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Old 04-26-2012, 08:40 PM
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MegaMoonLiner Studio is in!

I guess I don't need to present much about me, as I am in between the most well-known paper model designers.

You may want to check my website, if you want to know more about me.

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Old 04-27-2012, 11:07 AM
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I see you've done some redesigning all right. It looks nice. I like your buses and boats. You've made a great variety of are city or commercial style buses. In America there are a lot of interesting private buses painted with the names of bands and music stars. I wonder if you might consider doing one like that sometime? Wade
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Old 04-27-2012, 11:28 AM
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Welcome to the site!

Checked out you webpages, is the R/C stuff constructed from paper or other material?

The Airbus looks cool.

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Old 04-27-2012, 12:41 PM
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Welcome! Have a few bus models. Am a transit driver for Valley Metro here in Phoenix area. Mainly NABI low floor 40 footer althought last night I was wheeling a New Flyer 65 foot articulated. We also run New Flyer 40 footers. When I have more time will need to go exploring on your site.
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Old 04-27-2012, 05:17 PM
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I guess I don't need to present much about me, as I am in between the most well-known paper model designers.

You may want to check my website, if you want to know more about me.

Home - MegaMoonLiner Paper Model Studio's Domain

Just a friendly suggestion, ditch the music. A lot of people like myself, listen to and/or watch things on their computer while surfing. Most web pages that play music rarely provide a way to adjust the volume or mute, and even when they do it's much faster to close the window.
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Old 04-28-2012, 05:54 AM
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I see you've done some redesigning all right. It looks nice. I like your buses and boats. You've made a great variety of are city or commercial style buses. In America there are a lot of interesting private buses painted with the names of bands and music stars. I wonder if you might consider doing one like that sometime? Wade
By redesigning, you mean my buses of the same model with different colors?

And yes, I know about those buses, and I have some private/motorhome buses pending.

One is already done and is called Mega Serenityliner.

If there is any bus like that you want, I can make it, but not right now, since my main client, Beulas Autocares, has asked me to build a big series of models that I designed for them.

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Welcome to the site!

Checked out you webpages, is the R/C stuff constructed from paper or other material?

The Airbus looks cool.

Mike
The RC stuff there is shared stuff, either from YouTube or from throughout the Web.

RC materials that come from me - or any member of my website - will appear in other specific thread.

But you may consider this 13,20m PostBus Van Hool T916 - whose paper model is already done - to be given life, using that method.

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Welcome! Have a few bus models. Am a transit driver for Valley Metro here in Phoenix area. Mainly NABI low floor 40 footer althought last night I was wheeling a New Flyer 65 foot articulated. We also run New Flyer 40 footers. When I have more time will need to go exploring on your site.
I am glad you like your job whulsey-san! :D

I ever wanted to drive a big touring bus, but having the license costs just too much for me... :(

So I limit myself in creating them in a smaller scale.

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Just a friendly suggestion, ditch the music. A lot of people like myself, listen to and/or watch things on their computer while surfing. Most web pages that play music rarely provide a way to adjust the volume or mute, and even when they do it's much faster to close the window.
I think I will disable it, then.

I did it, because I am not minimally affected for that; many sites I use also have background music, too.

Though, I did not thought in people like you, and for that I am really sorry.
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Old 04-28-2012, 07:30 AM
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Actually, I was referring to your redesigned website, which looks great. I'm impressed that you are designing models for commercial clients. I think it is great such businesses take an interest in paper modeling in you country.

Wade
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Old 04-29-2012, 01:39 AM
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Actually, I was referring to your redesigned website, which looks great. I'm impressed that you are designing models for commercial clients. I think it is great such businesses take an interest in paper modeling in you country.

Wade
That is the highest point in my career; I even had to recruit someone specialized in graphics to make it moving on, which is featured in the page "About Me" under the name Lora Bojilova.

It is a lucky business in a country where the scale modeling is king among hobbies!

I even just finished a meeting with my main client a few minutes ago!...
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Old 04-29-2012, 02:51 AM
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Hello fellow Tokyo paper model fan

Good luck

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Old 04-30-2012, 08:17 AM
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Hello fellow Tokyo paper model fan

Good luck

Isaac

close to Shibuya, Tokyo
I am not actually living in Tokyo; that on my profile is an antic that I have.

But on the other hand, arigatogozaimashita!
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