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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Alien99, Feb 1, 2009.
new wives FTW!
this is one of those projects that make you say "plastic? who needs plastic? i have paper."
would this be as impressive if it were made from ummmm . . . errrr . . . dare i say . . . plastic. i think not. think of the comments when you tell your friends . . . "it's paper".
is beautiful! How soon you think to finish the project? I love alien, and your projects are wonderful, make available to everyone even the Sulaco?
Can´t wait until this is released :thumb::thumb: A little off-topic question, Jan ( but in Aliens-range ). I sas visiting your homepage a little while a go and took a look at your "garbaged" projects. :mrgreen: Have you any plans to re-open your project with the dropship in scale 1:25 ( ? ), the one that is matching your APC? It would be a blast if you did....
Thanks for all the beautiful models that you have made :thumb::thumb: I love your work
Definitely stockpiling ink and paper for this project, just gotta find a place to hang it thats far enough outta reach from the kiddos. Thanks for yet another amazing build Mr. Rukr
I'm thinking that at this level it might be a good idea to use a professional printing service. I'm not sure I'd trust my hardware to give the quality that this deserves. I think the money would be well spent.
Not a bad idea! also the toner printers like at Office Max etc... give a nice glossy shine
fiuhh..lots of reactions here
Finally...I´ve gued together the top railgun - probably the hardest part of the sulaco
Oh my god - a complete model on its own, so to speak...
maybe he'll let us build the gun as a teaser? sorry . . just wishful thinking
That is brilliant; especially neat to see the dropship in comparison!
Marco took the words out of my mouth..... OMG!!!! :-o FANTASTIC WORK!!!!!
That is some fine work! I especially like the fan detail. been a big fan of your work for a long time.
we beg you, release a part to your unworthy followers
Once a person can complete the holy turret, then ready are ready for rest!
Again you astound us with this beast of a model
Holy crap, some small pieces there, Jan. Good work.
amen . .
All hail the Holy turret!
wow.. you can do that with paper? hot stuff!