home of the skyscraper model.
March 31st, 2006
Some big announcements here. First, no, this site is not abandoned. In fact,
I’m planning for a huge revamp. That’s good and bad news for you
folks. The bad news is that this site will become more focused on my virtual 3D
Chicago model, which I’ve been pouring my last couple months into, and
will become my showplace for it as keeping it on Skyscraper Page isn’t
exactly professional. The good news is that I’ll keep the paper models
in the new site in its own section. I’ll also convert the 3D models
into paper models every so often. That’s great news for you Chicago folks, but don’t worry if you aren’t
from the Second
City. When I have the
time, I will post special buildings from around the world.
October 16th, 2005
Just to let y'all know, I haven't abandoned this site, but I've been quite
busy with school (among other things) as of late. That means little time for modeling,
but I welcome anyone to contribute their own creations. My next update will
be a basic tutorial on how to get started in modeling yourself.
September 12th, 2005
A link to an unbelievably good model of Chicago's
proposed Fordham Spire has been added to the main page. It's a real difficult
build, but the end result is fantastic.
September 1st, 2005
The visitor stats for September (and keep in mind this is only the last week
of September) are as follows:
2,535 page views, 361 new visitors, and 403 total viewers. 2.17 gigabytes of
bandwidth was used (this is for the entire months) and the most viewed model
was the new World
August 31st, 2005
A model of Tokyo's Sunshine 60 has been added,
not to mention, Shanghai's currently under
construction giant World
August 29th, 2005
Some major upgrades to most of the site have been completed. Instructions and
pictures for most of the models are now available. I've also added a stat
collector to record the number of visitors. A bunch of new FAQs have also
been added and some new models are on the way.
August 11th, 2005
and New York City's New
World Trade Center (including the Freedom Tower)
have been uploaded.
August 2nd, 2005
SkyscraperModels.us is online! Well, sort of. While all the patterns are
uploaded, I still have a bunch of photos I've got to upload and link in. So
take a look around and feel free to drop me an email to tell me what you think.