April 26th, 2007
April 19th, 2007
The initial build is finished, seeing that parts fit right. A lot of graphics are still missing, and I didn’t need to put everything together. The opposite side of the boat is completely open, devoid of stairs, railings, supports, etcetera.
There are a lot of parts in this model that are either dainty or really, really small, so I highly recommend investing in some tweezers. And there is going to be a lot of cutting . . . small cutting. It’s definitely going to be a much longer build than the rest of my models.
Now I can start working on the final graphics, and eventually the final build, which will look far nicer than the photo above.
April 9th, 2007
With any paper model CD purchase, you will now receive a free Tomorrowland Flying Saucer mini paper model.
Some Jack Sparrow onyx flower rings are still available, and can be substituted for the Flying Saucer upon request.
April 5th, 2007
The Mark Twain prototype has finally been printed, and is ready for building. So far, the parts come to 33 pages, and the model should be around 20 inches long.
The Mark Twain is so detailed, it was hard to decide what to simplify. One of the hardest parts was deciding whether to make the spaces between the railings required cut-outs or fill them in with solid color (cut-outs optional). Seeing how small the spaces are after printing, I’m glad I decided to fill them in with a dark gray. Although, it would be interesting to see all of the railings cut out.
I’ve added the 2004 Flash edition of the Haunted Experience to my Roxie Art site (see the Web Design section). You can take a trip to the past, but most links are either disabled, or they return a ’404′ error. Have fun.