What kinds of models would you like to see designed?

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by cgutzmer, Sep 1, 2008.


What would you like to see designed

  1. Military general (please specify)

    46 vote(s)
  2. Civilian general (please specify)

    25 vote(s)
  3. Sci-Fi

    134 vote(s)
  4. Real Space

    35 vote(s)
  5. Cars

    29 vote(s)
  6. Tanks

    34 vote(s)
  7. Planes - Civil

    32 vote(s)
  8. Planes WWI

    28 vote(s)
  9. Planes WWII

    38 vote(s)
  10. Planes Post WWII

    44 vote(s)
  11. Animals

    11 vote(s)
  12. Other (please specify)

    64 vote(s)
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  1. named50

    named50 New Member

    kinds of models I like to see designed, perhaps, NASA things (spacecrafts & the like), guns (revolver), and trains (steam locomotive) :D
  2. irjvik

    irjvik New Member

    Sci-Fi new models, as they are easy to create with a bit of imagination and have no copyrights problems.
  3. cgutzmer

    cgutzmer Active Member

    if anyone is into designing some original sci-fi models, I have the need for MANY :) for an original paper sci-fi game :)
  4. Vortex_4200

    Vortex_4200 Member

    That and the space ship from Boston album covers
  5. smelter273

    smelter273 New Member

    I was hoping to see some more 1:1 scale guns used in the military.
  6. Vortex_4200

    Vortex_4200 Member

    The Munsters house would be cool especally with this time of year in mind.
  7. willis398

    willis398 willispsu

    Hello everyone,

    I would like to see some out of the ordinary civil and/or military aviation paper models created. The two that come to mind are the Sirkorski C-54 flying heavy lift crane and the lesser known Airbus 'Super Guppy' turbo-prop, as well as the Airbus Beluga a300-600st turbo-jet. I know very little about the planes or thier dates of service. I only have a very small # of pictures. The best picture is of a Beluga swollowing the mid fuselage of an Airbus A330. I do believe that the SuperGuppy was involved in transporting parts of the Saturn rocket program for NASA.

    any help or ideas on this would be much appreciated!
  8. Cybermac

    Cybermac Member

    Beluga and Sky Crane


    There is an easy to build Beluga on Bob's card model website, and Ericsson/Sikorsky Skycrane on FG.
  9. BobH

    BobH New Member

    I voted "other" even though the majority of what I build are rockets converted for flight. I must have a couple hundred sitting on my hard drive waiting to be printed and built so I'm not in any hurry for more.

    My secondary interest is airplanes but they are also well represented.

    There was no category for ships or buildings so they would be in other.

    I like the simple Fiddlers Green type buildings for a quick change of pace. They are not too difficult and most can be put together in an hour or two. I built the western town for my nephew quite a few year's back when the models came on CD-ROM (no DVD's). I had ordered the aircraft set and the western town came on the disc as a bonus. So something on that idea is what I'd like.
  10. greymalkin

    greymalkin New Member

    Re: What kind of models would you like to see designed?

    I understand that I am supposed to specify the type model I would like to see designed if it is "other". I do not find anyplace to write down that information. Could you please tell me where to write what the "other" types of models are? Thanks a lot.
  11. MTK

    MTK Active Member

    So far Sci-Fi is way ahead.... I'm building as many as I can, as fast as I can. :thumb:
  12. greymalkin

    greymalkin New Member

    I would like to see more figures/models of people to build. I especially like anime models but would also like to build people such as pilots, army men and women, businessmen, secretaries, waitresses, store clerks, and all kinds of people in every day life.
  13. Vortex_4200

    Vortex_4200 Member

    The one model I have yet to see in paper is a Marine from the Starcraft games
  14. willis398

    willis398 willispsu

    Hi there,

    I would like to see some snowmobiles in paper. Or perhaps some of the Artic Cat large snow machines that are often used in the Antartica.

    Another "way out there" machine I think would be interesting but possibly a pain to design is the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM). I know that it's basicly just a big long tube laid on it's side, but for those who are into detail work, this would be an interesting display with the mechanical interior, conveyor belt, etc. view.

    In general, more big scale construction equipment, backhoes, wheel loader, etc. I know that there's a few out there, I'm just thinking in larger scale/details than what's out there.

  15. Kashiwazaki

    Kashiwazaki KASHIWAZAKI SENA FAN!!

    My new statement of "What kind of models I would like to see designed" are WWII ships of the Nipo-American War.
    Ships like the New York, South Dakota, Mogami, Akagi, Fubuki, Yamato and other warship classes would be great!

    And even more, if they would be designed altogether, at same scale, in order to create diversified naval war scenarios of that time; one of those I'd like to see created in diorama is the Battle of Leyte Gulf! :mrgreen:
  16. ErnieBell

    ErnieBell New Member

    design choice

    I would be interested in railroad equipment and buildings. Also, any type of commerical, industrial or town structures. Interesting website. I am just beginning my wondering around all the great places and ideas at Zealot.
  17. ErnieBell

    ErnieBell New Member

    What a "challenging" project! Would be interested in hearing about your progress and seeing pictures.
  18. olantigh

    olantigh New Member

    What about building supplies- like prints of brick walls, concrete posts, iron bars with rust on them, logs, trunks of trees, roof tiles,paving slabs, railway sleepers, gutters, windows and doors, sand bags, trees and shrubs - individual things that could be added to a diorama? hey even picket fences? man made things found outside?
  19. Sanginus

    Sanginus Member

  20. Chris Knowlton

    Chris Knowlton New Member

    A 1/32 scale X-3 aircraft would be great.

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