04/28/04 - The secure on-line shopping cart is under construction
at this moment for the purchase and immediate download of your
selections. In the meantime, you can still purchase any
of the models below by sending me an email listing the models
you want by name. Please be specific. At this point, all
payments are to made through PayPal. Just click on the PayPal
link on the right, list the items you want, and make payment.
When your payment has been made and verified, the models will
be emailed to you in .zip format. If any textures and bumps
accompany the model(s), they will be included in the archive.
The archives were created using WinRAR Archiver. I check my email
and PayPal several times every day so you will never have to wait
more than 24 hours to get your order filled.
for your business and your patience.. Ian
from photos found on the web, this 1852 mantel clock is 95%
accurate. The real one can be had for a mere sum of $7331.34.
You can buy this one for a lot less.
digital reproduction of a Victorian Rococo chair that I have in
my parlor. I had a lot of fun making this model. It
doesn't have any nicks or scratches like the real one.
combined the features of three Victorian chandeliers I have in my
home to create this model. Don't forget to download a ceiling
medallion for it from the Free Models section.
model is a 95% accurate representation of a fireplace mantel and
over mantel crafted from drawings found in the 1881 edition of Modern
Designs and Details published by William T. Comstock, Architectural
Publisher, New York. Consisting of two separate files, the
mantel and over-mantel have a combined polygon count of 74,843 polygons.
from photos seen on the Colt's Manufacturing Company web site, this
model is as accurate as you can get. The barrel on this one
is chambered for the 7.62 mm NATO cartridge.
.44 Magnum". Undeniably the most famous handgun in the
world, this model is accurate right down to its .400" target
trigger and hammer. I've had a great fascination with this
firearm since I first saw it in the Dirty Harry films.