Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Alien99, Feb 1, 2009.
Hmm. . . I wonder whether I have room for a 1:144 version to go with a Halcyon Dropship. :twisted:
structures under the antennas...:twisted:
and some front - bottom boxes:mrgreen:
different view.....with the coffee:java1:
and another one
is that coffee or tea? at any rate i bet it's cold! tnx for the update jan!
Oh my God, she is going to kill me for having to lose another room to my models...
It will end in Divorce
it´ s coffee with milk ,but u r right...it´s cold, because i have no time for drinking such a things:mrgreen:
I think "AWESOME" is the wrong word for this model :thumb: The texture looks more than great!
I saw in the czech forum, that you have a new testbuilder!? Or are somewhere the first parts available???
You'll probably need to double the dimensions for your house extension as the Halcyon Dropship was 1/72ish - I think that Fantastic Plastic did the 1/144 Dropship last year or the year before...
why would you want to ruin a perfectly good paper model with a piece of plastic?
He was talking about matching the Sulaco's scale to a plastic model of a Drop-ship he has in 1/144 scale...
Which would be awesome, btw!:thumb:
Which still goes back to my original question (especially when Jan has a perfectly good 1/144 paper dropship he could use).
Why do we need to bring the "P" word into such a great thread?
Lovely work Jan
My wife and I built a house last year. I told her I wanted 4 things:
Room for my gun safe
Room for my computer
The toilet as far from the bathroom door as possible (I'm tired of getting my knees smacked)
Room to put up my models (none of which are built yet)
She agreed, and then asked how big they were. She agreed to hang a few (like the Roger Young) from the ceiling.
Methinks she did not know what she was getting in to . . . .
hi...new pictures are here:thumb:
another group of boxes :mrgreen:
middle antenna section
and cover plates..:twisted:
the detail of that..
and one for D-WHALEsign1
AND.last-one...without flash...u can see the shadow and plasticity of the whole thing:thumb:
Looks great Jan!
Thanks Jan for that!
The size is UNBELIEVABLE
Thats for you :goldcup:
I think I'll just sit here and drool and slobber for a while. . . .
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