Stargate Atlantis Puddle Jumper

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by scifimodelfan, Sep 16, 2013.

  1. scifimodelfan

    scifimodelfan Member

    Hi all just built this last night and thought I would show it. It was a lot of fun took about two hours to put together. Now all I need is a Stargate Gate in the same scale. This little guy is going on my desk at work.

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  2. scifimodelfan

    scifimodelfan Member

    Sorry but my iPad will not post multiple pics so I need to do them in seprate posts. Sorry

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  3. scifimodelfan

    scifimodelfan Member

    One last one

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  4. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member

    Pretty nice model, and quite a clean build. Well done!
    Would you mind giving us the link to download it?
  5. zathros

    zathros SENIOR Administrator

    You know, I have never seen one of these built, it came out great! It's begging for an interior. Great job Thanks!! :)
  6. scifimodelfan

    scifimodelfan Member

  7. zathros

    zathros SENIOR Administrator

    Please, always post the links, as long it is to a FREE site and not a scan. Thanks! :)
  8. ThunderChild

    ThunderChild Active Member

    Nice build man, congrats!
  9. silveroxide

    silveroxide Well-Known Member

    Somewhere I found the interior for the puddle jumper and I believe there is one in resin over at resinilluminati there is a build thread on the shuttle. I have been meaning to build this as well along with the interior but there are so many models out there and so little time. There is also a paper model of the stargate out there as well but I forgot where, I will try to find it for you if someone else has it they can pass the info or link to you as well. Thanks for sharing and see you around the forum.

    You can find the stargate here. You may have to adjust the scale for it but it will complement your Puddle Jumper in a diorama.
  10. mcusanelli

    mcusanelli Member

    Beautiful job! This was the model that got me into paper modeling! One of my favorite sci-fi ships! I did one in 1/48 scale, and I did a semi-accurate interior, mainly because I didn't want to go crazy considering it's only visible from the front viewport. If you like, I'll post some pics of what I did. The interior is a bit different from the one seen on SG1, when it was found as a time machine, I tried to get it to look like PJ1 that Shepard always uses. Let me know if this would help. If you guys want it as a seperate post, I'll do it that way, I don't want to be a hijacker!!!

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