Here, I'd like to share some of my work with you.
I've been building models of real spacecraft since I was in junior high school. My first scratchbuild project was back in 1967 (or '68 maybe) when I built a Surveyor out of wooden swizzle sticks, cardboard, and various parts from car model kits (like hub cab landing pads and such). I have posted some pictures of that and many more projects I've completed over the years. Occasionally, I have done some models of satellites or design studies for my employer.
I also have a
rendition of the International Space Station in
the configuration from 2004-2006. I used the Start kit and
Here is a photo weblog of my 1/144 Mir build. There is also a detailed in-process article of detailing the Revell 1/48 Mercury capsule.
The links at left take you to the
photos and articles.
I also enjoy building aircraft
models (of course). I mostly do prototypes, experimental
vehicles, and '50s jets. I have photos of some X-planes posted here. Since I worked at McDonnell Douglas in
St. Louis for 15 years, I also have a collection of MCAIR
products. Some of my recent aircraft models can be seen here, even a change-of-pace car