Discussion in 'Space & Aeronautics' started by Hans Christian, Feb 12, 2008.
Excellent work Hans
Um, this model is not mine though sir... hehe :-D
But I'll be posting my own soon :twisted:
Another update!!! bounce7
The US Lab is finally online!!! Sir Alfonso has finally completed the US core of the ISS!!! bounce7
It also has important details that are missing in the MARSCenter US Lab, like the SASA antenna :-D
NYC Irish, I have built Dr. Fortezza's ISS model completely and it looks great. I'd be happy to post pictures...um...if only I knew how to post them on this website. Can someone help please?
Sir, you can either register to a photo hosting site i.e. Image hosting, free photo sharing & video sharing at Photobucket and upload your pics there then use the image code -
or attach them in your post :-D
Anyway, we really like to see your model here sir!!! I also am finishing the MARSCenter ISS before tackling sir Alfonso's kit, then expanding the entire thing using the modules and other parts that are currently missing or have not yet developed by Dr. Fortezza, that way I can have a 1/100 and 1/144 scale models of the entire space station bounce7
Sir Alfonso's done it again, as he brings us the STS-123 package!!! The first part of Kibo and Dextre! bounce7
here are a few pictures of my Marscenter ISS.
Now I am TRYING to design my own pieces to bring it up to date but that is turning out to be a challenge (if anyone wants to help feel free to embark on this Endeavour (lol)).. enjoy the pictures everyone.
(Quest has been built but I have not yet taken a picture but I'll try to get one soon..I am working on making Soyuz and Progress)
well done great build
This looks really nice. Last photo looks excellent. I like how you have kept the solar panel straight, extra wire and hooks.
One of the best builds of the MARSCenter ISS out there, hands down, very crisp and clean... :-D
Thanks you Hans. It is really fun to build and really blew me away...I think it is really cool to see now how the astronauts work their way around. Having the 3d model helps locate bits and pieces so now I can almost pinpoint where the astronauts are when they are on a walk. I have this model hanging over my bed and it fun to imagine the astronauts out on their 'walk' and it feels like it is really flying...anyways..thanks for the comments and I'll try to get a picture of the model with Quest really soon.
Welcome! I'm also doing mine here, but in a very slow pace... have other models to build and our camera is in my younger sister's apartment... so I can't take pics for now...
excellent clean build, looks really nice. Congratulations and thank you for sharing the photos. :thumb::thumb::thumb:
I just recieved an email from Mr. Fortezza telling me he recieved the donation I sent him a time ago. he said that he is currently abroad. So I guess when he is finished with that trip he'll be along with the model again. Don't worry.
Oh I see... that's great news... bounce7
Getcha' hot PAYLOADS!!! :-D
sir Alfonso releases the Z-1 Truss and PMA 3!!!
Hi to all,
I am attaching photos of the last 3 releases from my website. The photos cover the assembly steps for missions STS-92, STS-97 and STS-98. The russian segment of the ISS has not been done yet and it will be released at a later date.
I want to thank everybody for visiting this thread and showing a lot of patience. It does take a lot of time for me for doing these models which I really enjoy building. I am very pleased with the results so far. I think my advantage is having all technical and robotic stuff that is helping me to make these models as accurate as possible considering the scale.
It's a long way for me to finish this ISS but I'd rather go slow so you guys can have a decent ISS papermodel.
Looking good. Going to get back on with my builds in about a weeks time.
Extree!!! Extree!!! (trying to sound like a paperboy... bounce7 )
sir Alfonso's P-6 truss is finally on-orbit!... I mean online!!! :-D
This model will be a hit to any science/space museum!!! :-D
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