General information about card modeling is found at www.cardfaq.org/faq/
www.dlburgess.com This site features natural wood finished earth moving equipment.
http://saiunkai.server.ne.jp/index-e.html This site is in Japanese, but all the models are solid wood and are state of the art. The naturally finished wood "mosaic" models are beautiful. There are three illustrated how-to sections. Once in the site, go to "the page of a link," then to "Nishino’s Saiun." Alternatively, the site can be found in the International list of Scale Model Related Web Sites at www.scalemodel.net and use the search engine for "solid models." Click on the "Colorful Cloud Club."
An American solid modeling site: www.solidmodelmemories.bravepages.com
Harry Woodman’s book, Scale Model Aircraft in Plastic Card, is available on this web site: www.wwimodeler.com/harry/woodman.html
Steve Remington’s site has features and photos of aviation, models, painting, prints and a museum of recognition aids. A very interesting site for historical models: http://www.commercemarketplace.com/home/CollectAir/
Old model magazines with features including articles and plans on building solid models from the Thirties and Forties. www.ualberta.ca/~khorne/homepage.html
Site listing many aviation subjects: http://www.thirtythousandfeet.com/models
Rojas Bazan for years has built incredibly detailed aluminum models which can be seen on his web site: www.rojasbazan.com
Bel-Air models of Belgium offers finely carved solid plexiglass Golden Age models. www.bel-air-models.com
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