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Micro Trek Collection by ThunderChildFTC Micro Trek Collection by ThunderChildFTC
I like small models, easier to find space for them on the shelf!
Each square on the cube is 1cmX1cm
Here's the Enterprise Collection so far
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missproblemchild Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2012  Student Photographer
do you plan on releasing any models for these?
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ThunderChildFTC Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Nope, these models are already available on the net. They were designed by others, I just scaled them down... :)
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missproblemchild Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2012  Student Photographer
aahh I see. Do you plan on making any more models in the future? I'm making the Normandy for a friend for his birthday, and it's absolutely fantastic :)
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ThunderChildFTC Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Hehe, I'm sure your friend will love it! Which Normandy are you making? Don't forget to post pics of it! Always nice to see. :D
I'm currently test building the Alliance colors Kodiak-A shuttle, and I'm planning on an Alliance cruiser, Turian,Cerberus and Alliance fighters among others, and at some point I want to do Harbinger or Sovereign...
That's just the Mass Effect models on my to-do list... :O
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missproblemchild Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2012  Student Photographer
the alliance one. and yeah I always make my friends paper crafts for holidays and their birthdays, I've never played mass effect myself x) but I love your model for the ship, extremely simple and very professional looking. Sometimes I find these models and it's like what were you even thinking this clearly isn's stable. Please make more! O:
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ThunderChildFTC Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2012  Professional Filmographer
Hahaha, that's true about some of the models out there. Mostly those problems come from the models being game-ripped or found off the net and someone just dropped it into an unfolding program and think it's buildable.
If you haven't already, check out and join the two biggest papermodeling communities: www.papermodelers.com and www.zealot.com. Some awesome stuff being offered, built by others and lots of people giving advice etc.
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missproblemchild Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2012  Student Photographer
yeah, personally I find unfolding programs a little sickening. I understand their use, but it takes the craft out of it I think. I'm probably not even right to be saying that, but I've made 2 models from hand and I did it the old fashioned way. They came out great I think :) And I'll take a look at those! I check paperkraft.net daily, and that seems to be the most recent/popular collection. I tend to lean towards tiny models rather than larger ones. I'm a die hard ink/paper saver, so I love when I can make something fantastic with one sheet.
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