Your favorite genre

Discussion in 'General Card Modeling' started by cgutzmer, Aug 31, 2006.

  1. cgutzmer

    cgutzmer Guest

    What is your favorite thing(s) to model?
    Chris
  2. rickstef

    rickstef Guest

    Anything and everything that burns gas and goes fast

    and just looks cool

    Rick
  3. SCEtoAux

    SCEtoAux Member

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    Under Not Listed could be automata, polyhedra, cartoon characters, machines, robots, manga/anime characters, etc. All kinds of neat stuff. :grin:

    Good poll, though. Gives us an idea about the interests of the group.:)
  4. cgutzmer

    cgutzmer Guest

    Yeah there was a couple more categories like automata, robots and manga/anime but I was limited to 10 - darn! :) if you vote other please put what your "other" is in a post
    Chris
  5. Bowdenja

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    Planes.............helicopters...........spacecraft.............if it flys...........it's game!
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    I think if it's unusual then I'm game.

    Thinks from the Luft46' line and Manga Ships - Mecha.
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    Bring on the Warsaw Pact AFVs!

    We LOOOVE Soviet-Bloc late-model armor and support vehicles!

    Sergei & the TP Boyz
  8. Kaz

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    I voted planes, but I'm better at cars and robots.. :-/
  9. cgutzmer

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    You could vote for as many as you wanted too ;) heh heh
    Chris
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    ww2 planes - vitnam war
    ships
    tanks
  11. cygielski

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    Planes - up to WWII, though recently I've taken a liking to early jets, and SSI, which has the same pioneering quality IMO.
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    ...motorcycles!
    but since there are few kits available, racing cars and planes are next on my list.
  13. Regie

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    I second that! (I voted for "Real Spacecraft", 'cos that's how I discovered card modelling, but planes, airships, balloons and anytrhing else that flies works for me!)
  14. ekuth

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    I'm a real spacecraft man myself... especially the Apollo and Mercury Projects.

    Those guys had guts.
  15. Regie

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    They certainly did. Some of the risks they took - especially with Apollo - make your hair stand on end. Simply wouldn't be allowed now.
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    I'm with you Real Space people.

    As for the risks, I don't think the public ever realized how "lucky" we were through the Saturn program. The complete dedication to quality of so many people is what made the programs so successful. The people involved knew the risks, and you can't help but admire what they accomplished. What an era. Wish I'd seen a Saturn V launch...160 Million Sustained Horsepower going straight up!

    I can only hope that the current "Constellation" program is as successful. I'd really love to see a Heavy Lifter launch in my life time.

    Steve Austin
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    I'm with you Real Space people.

    As for the risks, I don't think the public ever realized how "lucky" we were through the Saturn program. The complete dedication to quality of so many people is what made the programs so successful. The people involved knew the risks, and you can't help but admire what they accomplished. What an era. Wish I'd seen a Saturn V launch...160 Million Sustained Horsepower going straight up!

    I can only hope that the current "Constellation" program is as successful. I'd really love to see a Heavy Lifter launch in my life time.

    Steve Austin