I found someone that is willing to do the Zep & Bomber minis

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I found someone that is willing to do the Zep & Bomber minis

Postby Cyagen » Sun May 12, 2013 9:46 am

Hi,

I had a chat with a guy on Shapeways that would be interested in making some of the planes that are in Zep & Bombers.

However, he wants to get the permission of the designer of the planes to do it. (A very wise decision IMO)

So may question is: Who designed the planes in Z&B? I am talking not just the stats but also the look.

Is that Patrick and FoxMalcom?

Could the guys that did it please identify themselves, either on this tread or in a PM to me?

My main interest is to get a mini of the Heron and a couple of Badgers, but once this takes off, maybe we could get all of them available (except the Bloodhawk E since it is basically a MS design).

Thanks in advance
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Re: I found someone that is willing to do the Zep & Bomber minis

Postby foxmalcolm » Mon May 13, 2013 12:47 am

I was commissioned to make 3D models of the planes from patrick's 2d views.
For most of them I only had a top down view.
Unfortunately I only made the badger, confederate bomber, louisiana bomber, nakajima & the F37 special.
Copyright of these are Patrick's

* * note * *
my files still use Patrick's original plane names, so sorry for the confusion.
Confederation Bomber = B1 Gladius
Louisiana Bomber = Somerset Bomber
Nakajima Bomber = Heinkel HE-101

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Re: I found someone that is willing to do the Zep & Bomber minis

Postby Cyagen » Fri May 17, 2013 2:05 pm

Thanks Fox.

I'll PM Patrick
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