No Frontiers Space Models
I will build your custom scratch model, unlike anything you have ever seen outside of a movie studio.
Every single part of these art pieces is custom-made in thousands of hours of meticulous designing, engineering, and assembling.
I can recreate any machine imaginable, but what fascinates me personally are the iconic vessels from our best-loved Sci-Fi universes as well as humankind’s exploration vehicles. If you want to pay homage to your favorite ship, space mission or even movie scene, I will re-create it with you in the exact way you desire.
Do you want to know more about building your own custom model from scratch? Got a question about one of my builds or modelling techniques? Write me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll get back to you asap!
After constructing your model, it’s time to bring it to you. For every model that leaves my workshop, I oversee every stage of crating and only work with the finest carriers of high-end goods to ensure complete safety during transport.
Once arrived, I will personally add the finishing touches if necessary and assemble on-site, no matter where in the world. I guarantee its safety until we are both completely satisfied with the result and the piece is finalized at its destination.
One-of-a-kind models require one-of-a-kind service! You can get in touch any time and I can procure materials or re-model parts. All models come with a 24-month warranty, and even beyond that I will be your first point of contact to fix any damages that might occur on site due to accidents – even in person if required.
I’m headed to the Masters Expo in Amsterdam in November ‘21 where I will present my most recent models alongside some of the latest inventions in luxury tech and design. We’ll have a chance to meet, talk spaceships, and I’ll be happy to demonstrate my models up close. Why don’t you stop by? I’ll be at hall 10 from 18th-22nd of November, Tickets available here
Scale: 1:300 • 240cm total length • 10,000 parts • 2,100 hours
Warp drive, hull and phaser array lit by 300 LEDs, connected via 200m of cable
Exhibited at Quark’s Bar, Star Trek Convention 2019, Las Vegas, NV
Scale 1:1 • More than 120kg • Fully rotating camera mast • 700 hours
Modelled at the end of its 15-year mission and 45.16km journey in 2018
Scale: 1:300 • Length 120cm • Width 90cm • Built almost entirely from structural paper • 1,600 hours
Pictured after her 2093 landing on LV-223 as part of archaeological expedition funded by Weyland Inc.
Scale 1:5000 • 8,000 parts • More than 3km of tubes built-in • 1,800 hours
Inspired by the Battle of Wolf 359 during the Borg invasion of Starfleet territory in TNG’s “The Best of Both Worlds”