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Plundered Treasure

Wicked Wench Paper Model

If you participated in the treasure hunt, searching for the hidden ‘X’, you’re too late; the treasure has been found! But fear not, there’s still plenty of it to spread around. The treasure has been dug up, and is available for all! To celebrate the re-opening of the enhanced Pirates of the Caribbean attraction at […]

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From Creepy Caverns to Haunted Hallways

Haunted Mansion Paper Model

It’s time to move (for a little while) from the haunted pirate caverns to the haunted hallways next door. At least we’re still in New Orleans Square. Ray Keim has finished the Disneyland Haunted Mansion paper model, now available from Haunted Dimensions. I’ve been looking forward to this model for some time, and it will […]

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Wicked Wench Update

Wicked Wench Paper Model

As you know, I recently finished the Wicked Wench paper model, and I started work on the instructions. The parts that I thought would be very difficult to draw were easier than anticipated. It’s one of those cases where it seems like it would be harder than it actually is. What I didn’t anticipate is […]

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Winners

Congratulations go to the winners of the Tomorrowland contest: 1st Place: Dannielle Guzman 2nd Place: Arthur Gavigan 3rd Place: Raymond Rios 4th Place: Leah Stewart 5th Place: Susan Brough 6th Place: Robert Westway

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Alms for the Poor

Piggy Bank Stock Image

It’s that time again. Pinch those pennies, and donate them to help pay for excess bandwidth. Fortunately, you’ve all been good enough in the past that the site’s been able to coast along on reserves for a while. I’ve taken serious consideration to rotating the paper models with each site update, which is now in […]

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A Screeching Halt: What & Why For

Those of you who are regular guests will notice that the retro Tomorrowland look has gone the way of the dodo. Why? The color scheme made me seasick; those yellows and greens were just too much—very retro, but too much for me to withstand. I also wasn’t completely happy with the design. I wanted to […]

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