Discussion in 'Zealot Archives' started by DN, Jun 13, 2004.

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  1. DN

    DN Member

    Hi all. :D
    My name is Roman and I'm the guilty party behind Digital Navy creations.
    Got invited by Barry, and could not refuse.
  2. bwallaw

    bwallaw Member

    It's great to have you on board Roman. Your designs are dicussed quite frequently in these forums. It will be excellent to get your input.
  3. Scorpio

    Scorpio Member

    Welcome Roman!,
    Your web page is more than professionally
    and here is the best forum of the world

    With the best greetings
  4. jrts

    jrts Active Member

    Hi Roman

    It's great to have you around, your designs are excellent and the input will be of great value to all here.



  5. wunwinglow

    wunwinglow Active Member

    Stand to attention, you scruffy lot!! Designer on the bridge!!

    Seriously, Roman it is great to have you on board. I know LOADS of people have started out in this hobby after trying your generous trial models. We owe you a great debt! I hope they all bought a full model from you as a result; I know I did! (P26 by the way..)

    Tim P
  6. Gil

    Gil Active Member

    Welcome Roman!

    Incredible but it appears that this site is becomng the Holy Grail of Card Modeling...,

    Best regards, Gil
  7. rkelterer

    rkelterer Member

    welcome roman !

    It is a pleasure for me :D to be a member of the a group with a talented designer (among all the other talented designers :oops: )

    cheers from austria
  8. Bikerpete

    Bikerpete Member

    Excellent! Welcome Roman. I've admired your designs for a while now. One day I hope to build one of your masterpeices.

  9. cardfan

    cardfan Member

    Hi Roman, glad to see you here! Love all of your designs! I will even have some questions for you if you don't mind.

  10. Jim Krauzlis

    Jim Krauzlis Active Member

    We are not worthy, we are not worthy... :D
    Welcome aboard, Roman!
    I have also admired your work for a while now, and plan on building one of your gems in the near future.
  11. Ron

    Ron Member

    I am truly humbled. Welcome to Cardmodels Roman!
    Now...down to the meat of it....when's your next aircraft coming out? (I have to ask, you understand :))

  12. DN

    DN Member

    Thanks guys for the warm welcome.
    I understand that this is my short "honeymoon" on the list and than you'll shred me to pieces - oh well, that's how it goes :lol:
    Ron - a new airplane, sometime, one day ... :oops:
  13. Corporal_Trim

    Corporal_Trim Member


    Great to have you here ! Your V-108 was my first real card model and was a fine introduction for me to this hobby. :)
  14. gwssms

    gwssms Member

    Welcome Roman! I have your Oregon and have been lusting for the Oslabya since it appeared recently. Just out of curiosity, which of the two of those ships would you say is the easier to construct, particularly the hull? I am somewhat of a neophyte with ships.
  15. DN

    DN Member

    The Oregon is simpler, I think. Especially above water -no casemates, no bulwarks, itd. But it is a small difference, both ships are buildable, I hope. :?
  16. Gil

    Gil Active Member


    I have a general question regarding resources. As a resource do you use "Anatomy of a ship" in the design of your ships? Also what software do you use to design your models. If you consider this confidential information don't answer....,

    Best regards, Gil
  17. Ajax

    Ajax Member

    Welcome to the board, Roman! :D

    I too am a great admirer of the models you have designed and am hoping to get started on one in the near future.

  18. JRSeese

    JRSeese Member

    Welcome aboard, Roman. You enjoy somewhat of a celebrity status here. To your credit, I often see references in forum posts to your willing personal assistance with builds of your exceptional models.
  19. DN

    DN Member

    Gil - All my Japanese ships were based on Skulski's books in the Anatomy series. The rest were based on various sources. As for the software, as a structural engineer I have access to AutoCad, and that's the design program I use. I use Photoshop to apply colors.
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