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  1. Thanks everyone for the kind comments! Very close now to completion of the Orion Pan Am space clipper from Atomic City. At 44 inches long it is a bit difficult to handle. Trying to find a place to display it will be interesting . . . . . . Bill
  2. Many thanks for having a look and commenting! This was a challenging build and I am glad it is over! Currently working on the final phase of the 44 inch Orion Pan Am space clipper from Atomic City. Bill
  3. Thanks Pete and TheBaron! This was perhaps the most challenging project I have attempted, certainly the largest resin kit in my experience. I am pleased with the outcome and just need to find a place big enough to display it properly! Cheers, Bill
  4. Many thanks everyone for the kind comments - pleased to know the images were well received! Coming soon is the 44 inch Orion Pan Am Space Clipper also from Atomic City Models which I managed to get on Ebay in 2016. Cheers, Bill
  5. Greetings! Many thanks to everyone for having a look and commenting. Images of the completed model now posted to the "Ready for Inspection" forum. Questions and comments are always welcome. Coming soon is the 44 inch Orion Pan Am Space Clipper . . . . Cheers, Bill
  6. The final batch of images all taken in very low light conditions - apologies for the quality . . . . .
  7. Passenger cabin and characters as never seen in the film . . . .
  8. The following images show the passenger cabin interior with figures of various individuals seen in the film. Dr. Heywood Floyd and the two Pan Am cabin staff came with the kit (along with the two pilots), The other individuals are generic 1/32 scale train passenger figures modified to depict characters seen in Space Station V scenes of the film, but not on the Aries - USAA attendant and Pan Am pilot in transit.
  9. Views of the cockpit and pilots. Apologies for image quality on some of these, they were taken in low light for the most part. My photographic talents are mediocre at times . . . .
  10. Next group of images with closer views of the exterior . . . .
  11. Greetings! Recently completed build of the Aries 1B in 1/32 scale. This is a large and heavy 15 inch resin kit from Scott Alexander (CaptCBoard)) at Atomic City Models with full interior, LED lighting, and custom built display base.. Details of the work in progress can be viewed here: https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235057170-aries-1b-2001-a-space-odyssey/ Questions and comments are always welcome. Many thanks for having a look. Cheers, Bill Images of the completed model begin here with views of the exterior:
  12. Thanks Thom! This build has truly been a resin odyssey! These will probably be the final work in progress images. The model is complete sitting on the landing pad display base and is very secure with the support dowels. Soon I will post more images of the completed model, including the passenger cabin. I struggled with how far to go with weathering and finally decided on a more subtle look compared to the film and studio model. More extensive weathering on this model, when viewed in person, just does not seem right to me. For now, here are a few images of the completed model . . . .
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