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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Alien99, Feb 1, 2009.
Very cool!! Looks simply fantastic!
Great idea! I'm working on an Ebbles miniatures Jotun (a mecha) where I'm attaching the limbs with magnets so it can be semi-poseable, or suffer battle damage. I never thought to use them for support.
Definitely an idea to file away!
After long , long time the new group is online and ready for download.:thumb:...It´s group No. 25 - The Reactor....:twisted:
hope you enjoy it..
Very cool. It came just in time to answer some questions that raised during my beta build regarding some smaller parts at the heat exchanger.
amazing work... can't wait for you to finish the models so we can all build it...
after two months , the ENGINE SECTION group 26 is ready for download.:thumb:
I'm curious how many attempts I will need for the detail parts on the lower side of the engine... I see myself cutting through the tiny paper parts over and over again... :mrgreen:
Awesome. That's going to look nice on the model...
After really painfull work...next part is out
Group 22 - Ridge
Woo hoo! Thanks Jan, your hard work is appreciated. (and absolutely astounding!)
Thanks! This is like christmas in late November!!
Man....this project is HUGE!! Would take me ages to get this done
Don´t think so :mrgreen:
it´s an easy-build model in huge scale....nothing else
I wonder, would you be offended if I printed and built at 30% of your scale?
FINALLY, after 4 painfull years the U.S.S.SULACO papercraft in 1:430 scale is finished. The project is closing....Final parts has been released 8)
YOU CAN BUILD FOR YOURSELF THE STUDIO SCALE MODEL OF THIS AMAZING SHIP
..FOR FREE :lol::thumb:
Jan, thank you for such an amazing piece of paper-art!
I wish you a happy christmas!
WOW, Thank you for a fantastic project.:wave7:
This looks like it out of this world.:grin:
Now to download and print for a future build.
Merry Christmas to you.
excellent!that will collect in old age :mrgreen:
Brilliant work, Mr Rukr. Thanks for all your work in creating something WONDERFUL.
And Merry Christmas!