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  • A Starfury for JMS

    Hi folks, I'm a Master Model Builder who loves the B5 universe created by JMS. I build, detail, paint, and lightup scale models, mostly sci-fi and many are B5 ships and creatures from the B5 Universe.

    I'd like to offer a little eye-candy to everyone here and especially JMS, if he's watching, in tribute and thanks.

    This is my SeaWitch Starfury Project, build from a Revelle 1:72 scale Starfury kit, that I added many aftermarket detail kits for and also invented a lighting kit for my little business, Madman Lighting.

    http://home.myfairpoint.net/johndavidcook/id3.html

    and also:
    http://www.starshipmodeler.com/conte...t15/kit_04.htm

    Here is my EAS Agamemnon, also in tribute to JMS. Its a from a company in the UK called Warp and is a combination of cast resin, metal, and oak.

    http://www.starshipmodeler.org/gallery9/jc_omega.htm

    and

    http://www.starshipmodeler.info/contest13/kit_14.htm

    Both have won numerous awards at model shows and given me and others great pleasure.

    Thanks Joe, for creating B5.

    -John C.

  • #2
    Originally posted by MadmanLighting View Post
    Hi folks, I'm a Master Model Builder who loves the B5 universe created by JMS. I build, detail, paint, and lightup scale models, mostly sci-fi and many are B5 ships and creatures from the B5 Universe. ...

    I'd like to offer a little eye-candy to everyone here and especially JMS, if he's watching, in tribute and thanks.

    Both have won numerous awards at model shows and given me and others great pleasure.

    Thanks Joe, for creating B5.

    -John C.
    Nice work! The awards are well deserved.

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    • #3
      Beautiful work, John C., thanks for sharing.

      As far as we know, JMS doesn't read the forums here. If I were you, I'd go over to the moderated newsgroup (rec.arts.sf.tv.babylon5.moderated) and post there for him to see your work.

      Thanks again,
      Jan
      "As empathy spreads, civilization spreads. As empathy contracts, civilization contracts...as we're seeing now.

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      • #4
        Good job! That's a lot of detail work, patience is certainly necessary
        Flying around the room under my own power.

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        • #5
          Very Nice. Congrats on the awards.
          "That was the law, as set down by Valen. Three castes: worker, religious, warrior."

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          • #6
            Originally posted by MadmanLighting View Post
            Hi folks, I'm a Master Model Builder who loves the B5 universe created by JMS. I build, detail, paint, and lightup scale models, mostly sci-fi and many are B5 ships and creatures from the B5 Universe.

            I'd like to offer a little eye-candy to everyone here and especially JMS, if he's watching, in tribute and thanks.

            This is my SeaWitch Starfury Project, build from a Revelle 1:72 scale Starfury kit, that I added many aftermarket detail kits for and also invented a lighting kit for my little business, Madman Lighting.

            http://home.myfairpoint.net/johndavidcook/id3.html

            and also:
            http://www.starshipmodeler.com/conte...t15/kit_04.htm

            Here is my EAS Agamemnon, also in tribute to JMS. Its a from a company in the UK called Warp and is a combination of cast resin, metal, and oak.

            http://www.starshipmodeler.org/gallery9/jc_omega.htm

            and

            http://www.starshipmodeler.info/contest13/kit_14.htm

            Both have won numerous awards at model shows and given me and others great pleasure.

            Thanks Joe, for creating B5.

            -John C.
            Hi,



            Steve Burg, Ron Thornton and Mark Kotchinski.
            (You just new I was going to say this รป seeing how no one else is going to)

            http://themadgoner.com/B5/B5Scrolls/...m#Screen2_01_8

            Gorgeous model, I reckon Ron in particular would appreciate the work that went into it.

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