I kitbash a half-dozen or so spaceships every year, displaying them sometimes at Supercon and either Scalefest or Wonderfest, and selling them in the Worldcon Science Fiction Convention Art Show, last year in Kansas City.
The Torcon3 fleet, on display in Toronto. To my fellow scratchbuilders: There's links to three places with vital supplies.
The Millennium Philcon - the 59th World Science Fiction Convention in Philadelphia. Like every Worldcon, it was lots of fun, what with visiting with SF authors, Regency Dancing, and sight-seeing.
The Chicon fleet of the last millennium. Includes an IPMS Nationals winner.
The 1999 Conucopia fleet contains several StarshipModeler.com and Wonderfest winners, particularly, the 'Winking Tree Frog'.
The 1998 Bucconeer fleet.
The 1997 Lone Star Con fleet.
Ships I built before 1997.
Things I'm working on, and might even finish. Someday. Maybe.
is Chris Lynch. He creates and sells resin-casts of some way-cool spaceships.
Ships named after spamfighters, who were a thing before we all got highspeed internet and let our ISPs filter-out the email crap (or not).
"The spam wars are about rendering email useless for unsolicited advertising before
unsolicited advertising renders email useless for communication."
Walter Dnes/Jeff Wynn
The pond. Mistakes. Successes.