These views are rendered from my Rhino 3D LUT model and should give you a good reference for the overall resemblance of LUT 1
I'm often asked, what references I use for the LUT model, and where do I get them. As always, the answer is complicated.
These files are part of the building instructions of my 1/96 LUT paper model. Although they reflect the model and not the real thing, they should be accurate enough to help you on your own LUT project
Above you see the finished model of the Service Arm 9 in 1/96 scale. I’ve decided to offer it as free download for two reasons
Yo, the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing has passed, and I wasn't even there - neither in Titusville nor here in the blog.
The last act has begun. Since one week I transfer the parts into the flat - into CorelDRAW, to be exact. But first a look at the grand finale:
Yes I know - the last entry in this blog was more than 422 days ago. Mea culpa. But it is not outdated, at best a little *cough* dusty.
I hereby announce that the construction of the LUT is now complete.
Before I retire for the next two weeks at the Cote Azure and the Provence for a well-deserved vacation, here is a short update to the probably oldest still active blog.
The light at the end of the tunnel is getting more and more powerful - we are now at Level 60, Level 30 and Level 0 still need some attention.
Yes, the LUT becomes more and more similar to the original, here together with the real thing - the perspective is not quite right, but it is sufficient for a rough comparison.
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