The Uhu02 appreciation thread

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by ThunderChild, May 8, 2010.

  1. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Silent Running is one of my all time favorites. I saw it when it came out, and it was one of those movies that I know helped form my opinions. It is still valid in it's premise, maybe even more so now!:thumb:

    I am happy you figured it out.:thumb:
  2. Tintellaar

    Tintellaar Member

    Ha! I am also working on the time machine :)
  3. Tintellaar

    Tintellaar Member

    Can I post my build of the VF here?
  4. Tintellaar

    Tintellaar Member

    Can I post my build of the VF here? I posted some pics on the site elswhere, but if this is where we want them?...
  5. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    No, Start a new thread, you and your model deserve that! :)
  6. jmc1765

    jmc1765 New Member

    Still looking

    I am still trying to work out a way to access Uhu02 library. I have read the posts that he wrote. I found the link but I haven't figured out the login and password.

    Hope I get it soon:confused:
  7. john wagenseil

    john wagenseil New Member

    I am sorry Uhu-san has announced the closed library, but understand his frustration at people who have abused his generosity.
    I look up to his creations as fantastic works of art, both in the unfinished and finished form and realize that there are only a couple of them that are realistically within my ability to build.
    That makes me appreciate his buildings skills even more.
    Thanks for everything and thanks in advance for any models that you do share with us in the future.
  8. davelant

    davelant Member

    Yeah, everyone should chill. This has happened before and will happen again. A treasure hunt goes better with a calm, attentive mind. Kick back with a good short story. I recommend Poe's "The Purloined Letter."
  9. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Please, no more comments, only gestures of appreciation. No Hints,. Ihave posted in a couple of forums. Read this thread. The logic of it will come to you. I am the Moderator here, some people may not like that some do. Any questions, feel free to send me a P.M.. I know who many of the regular folks who's presence in this community is established. I have turned no one away. :)

  10. jmc1765

    jmc1765 New Member


    I have been put in a state of amazement!

    I can't describe the the great craftsmanship that he has put in his models.

    I would like to offer my humble appreciation and respect to Uhu02.

    Truly a great master.

  11. DanBKing

    DanBKing Active Member

    I bow down to your designing superiority!

    UHU02 - The GRAND MASTER!!!!

    I have collected all your models available (that I can find) from 2001 A Space Odyssey.
    I have recently started the Discovery.....

    I stood open mouthed and slack jawed when I saw her.


    You have realized a long standing dream to own and build a model of the Discovery (and the rest!!!)

    How have you progressed with the model of Space Station V from 2001 ???
    Last I saw, you were still in the design stages.

    Again, my greatest respect to you, and please keep up the FANTASTIC work!!!! :thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb::wave::wave:
  12. Guzzi 850

    Guzzi 850 New Member

    UHU02 thank you for all your ideas and the plans to realise it

    I can take all the friends and admirers of Uhu02 only connect, he is a grandmaster in the construction of paper models. And I'm glad that I have some of its (simple) models on my chopping board. Thank you UHU02 ... - Text via Google translation
  13. Eric Ferguson

    Eric Ferguson Member

    THANKS again for what you provide to the community!!!! Still looking for the card stock that somehow has managed to dissappear. Found my el cheapo knives. (Now only to have some vision, patience, and learn cutting skills)
  14. xavs

    xavs Member

    Infinitamente agradecido

    Cuando una persona comparte algo de forma desinteresada hay que agradecerlo; pero cuando es tambien un trabajo de gran calidad, que requiere un tiempo y esfuerzo considerable simplemente uno queda en deuda.

  15. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    xavs stated, quite eloquently in Spanish which unfortunately does not sound as nice in English but the thought conveys well, the following;

    When a person shares something voluntarily, we are obliged to show our gratitude, but when it is also a high-quality work, which requires considerable time and great effort, we are simply indebted.

    This translation is not what Google Translate will give you but is what a Spanish speaking person would understood if they read it. IMHO :)

    Very well written. Thank You Xavs! :)
  16. uglyguy9

    uglyguy9 Member

    this thread started as a tribute to UHU...:thumb: its just turned into an easter egg hunt.:cry:
    c'mon now....there must be more build pics of his fantastic work!?!

    post them and show your appreciation....the greatest compliment you can give him is to build his work and post some lets get back on track

    now i have to go as i have just won the Nigerian lottery and need to give all my bank and personal details so i can access the money
  17. shig

    shig New Member

    All I can say is GENIUS!!!!!
    Thanks so much UHU!!
    I think some build pics are soon needed!!
    Thanks again UHU!!!!
    You inspire me to not only build great models, but design them too!!

    P.S. UHU, as a suggestion if at all possible, could you consider embedding Google Translate into your site? as after 'login', Google Translate won't work and it makes instructions for builds that little bit more difficult! :mrgreen:

    AGAIN, THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  18. tjbmurph

    tjbmurph Member

    I haven't been papercrafting for long, but I can't wait to try one of his models! They're fantastic! Uhu = genius
  19. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Free models, with pictures that suffice. Copy the pictures when you get the model. Words aren't necessary. It's the way it is. O.K.?
  20. I've had no difficulty using Google Translate to translate UHU's pages and doing a save "web page complete" in Firefox.

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