Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Alien99, Feb 1, 2009.
Beautimus. Thank you. Looks like a fun build.:thumb:
Wow, this model is Mega detailed! and at 1.7 meters (WTF 5 feet!?) I would have to buy Multiple ink cartridges just to be able to print this sucker. And I thought the thirty (thirty five counting instructions) page M41-A Pulse rifle was excessive (I actually had to buy a new ink cartridge after that) WoW. You Are a GOD when it comes to papercrafting. I can't (But along with your fanbase I will have to) wait to see the Finished product
I made a miniature of that badboy out of styrene
Fantastic model. Keep up the good work.
This is an incredible build up! I must say Jan, your 1:24 APC stands alone as one of my favorite builds. It has influenced and encouraged me in all of my detailing and model designs. I can only aspire to on day make models to the degree you do. I'm keen to see further progress on this monster ship.
Awesome work mate!
Just found this and looks AWE INSPIRING!
I just found this, too. I am speechless.
Hello Jan - or maybe Sensei Jan
As a quite newcomer, I'v discovered this thead tday.
I knew your sit for some months, and found your work fantastic :thumb::thumb:
I was wondering when both the rest of Hadley's Hope and the Sulaco will come. I have the begining of the answer for the Sulaco.
What can I said that others have not before me?
Terrific, fantastic, awsome, breathtaking, that I have to register to the "Pampers User Club", etc... I cannot find my world, specially as English is not my birth language. Its GREAT, more than every body can say!!!:thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb:
The door to the hall of fame MUST me still open for you
Continue your GREAT work, Jan, I am sad of being helpless (or I don't know how I could help), but glad and proud to support you!!!!!!
Just one proposal: in your site, "behind" the Sulaco image, just put a link to this thread. Everybody will know that, even if Sulaco will come in monthes, it represent an amazing and awsome amont and quality of work!!!
And I am waiting to see what you can do (if you want, naturely) with the strange Giger-designed "Unknown Ship" and his fossilized giant alien pilot, and maybe with the Nostromo, the ship of the first Alien movie...
Many greetings from Bordeaux, South-West of France
he's pretty busy with real life stuff so stand by for updates
Jan! we miss you come back to us! I'm going into "No Sulaco" shock! :shock:
Maybe that some takes of "Gearz Nostromo + Refinery builing" (http://www.zealot.com/forum/showthread.php?t=156812)can help for your "No Sulaco" shock!:mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen::mrgreen:
As says the proverb "The longer (time, what are you thinking of mate?sign1), the better":mrgreen:
Hi all, and hi Jan.
I simply have NO words to describe this masterpeice work.
Any time long you'll take to finish it, I'll be there waiting for it.
Sorry guys for the long NO REPLY.
Ive finished my flat finally....
and my PC/BUILDER corner...with Sulaco torso
but the time is only comodit I dont have....I´ ve started cooperation with local magazine on the few commercial models.
But the building is still going on...I am as a part of the autumn museum exposition in 2010 in Prag (Sci-fi and real space in paper - exposition). So the sulaco must be finished to this therm: August 2010 :thumb:
WOW! Look at the size of that thing! It's rediculous!!! But totally awesome!!!
The display units look sweet too!!
Looking forward to updates Jan! Congrats on the magazine work!
Stunning, absolutely stunning. I cannot imagine the full length of it once done; I'll have to set aside some room in my office for that lovely model!
Dude... I just creamed myself looking at your flat. Nice, very nice.
And god almighty! I had no idea the Sulaco was THAT damn big! Nice to see another crazy person making models that are WAY too damn big.
Planning on lighting it? :mrgreen:
Hapy to see you back on this GREAT model! And beautiful living (guess it's paper, but wood :mrgreen! There had been some victims of "No Sulaco desease", but I think they will get better now!!:thumb:
But first, enjoy Christmas with your family and beloved, plus New year parties! You deserve it...
great to see the updates. fantastic looking. this is going to be well worth the wait!
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