Is it my imagination, Eric, or has Lars added a new model or two?Just had a fun Skype chat with one of my Danish Pals, Lars Folmann.
He's got his website up still... but at a new a nw addy form when I last logged on.
He's going to be doing some commercial works, but at only about $3-4 American...
Delta7 and Fiddler's Green are the only two (American) sites that I know of that charge for their card model designs. But they both appear to give you a lot for the money. And both also provide at least a couple of designs that can be downloaded for free. I'm sure that there are more sites that charge, but since I always searched for free designs, I never actively researched them. Judging from the number of websites that I found when I did my last search a few years ago, cardmodeling is really big in Europe (especially in the eastern portion) and in Japan!Also, there's a guy who goes by the name SURFDUKE. I remember his first name is Carl. I havn't talked to him awhile, but he did some really talented work with launch pads/platforms
I know they should be available on the Yahoo Space Paper Models Group.
I havn't seen anything from Carl since he made those, but they were so cool... I have a phrase... 'Spend it all on the muse!'
He spent almost every bit of love and talent he had creating them. So, even if they're in someone's opinion aren't perfect, they're a serious work of love and admiraion for the Space Program.
There's lots of artists out there, just like that.
Most, if not all of the stuff is availabe for free, so before you spend 3 bills on something that you don't/won't kow what to do with...
For the price of cardstock, and a cheap printer, start with a few freebies, which cost less than these, than move up to the pros!
Just my :2:, of course..
and of course, if 'I' had 3 bills to toss around, I'd be ordering these models in a heartbeat!
I will check it out and thanks again ericYou're welcome
...Not off the top of my head, but I'll look around. I haven't had an all night model collecting party in a while.
Depending on the layout, and resolution, one of the smaller ones may be able to be blown up some. Alot of artists, including me, like to use 300dpi, which can often be scaled up around 400%, and still look decent- if you can recalculate the parts layouts/pieces...