About The Author
Ken has been building models all his life. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that his Dad opened a hobby shop in 1966, when he was 6 years old. While studying in the Theatre Department at The University at Buffalo, Ken worked on a great number of on- and off-campus productions designing and building props and sets, lighting, sound (and a bit of acting). In the 1980's Ken had the opportunity to turn his passion into a job. He was hired to build architectural subjects at Carolina Architectural Models in Raleigh, NC, later known as Scale Model and Display Studios. Some years later, while working for Tri-Star Design Group, he did plastics fabrication and design, leading to some of the most challenging subjects of his career, including props and scenery for the motion picture industry.
Replacing and Detailing the Aft Panel
December 11, 2012
Wings, Marker Lights and Guns
January 29, 2014
Moebius Battlestar Galactica Viper Mk II
October 18, 2012
Coming down to the wir(ing)
October 13, 2014
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following your build with interest(please hurry up with the next instalment !!!) -could I ask you to put more comments against the (very useful) photos – interested in the light fixings for your cockpit and will be very interested in how you deal with putting the jigsaw-like body together !!!
Jeff, sorry it’s taken so long to update my progress – I’ve worked on the Viper, just haven’t got round to working on the site. I’ll be posting more soon. Thanks for your interest!