Welcome to my page and be prepared to see some excellent work of post-modern military and science fiction. Donít forget to keep an eye on my recents and most popular but feel free to dive into any of my works, new and old, and see from where I came.
A few acknowledgements: Matthew Sylvan.
Sylvan has been a good friend and a good help in learning all my skills in modern military. He has been a friend and a teacher. He and I actively play in Divide & Conquer II, one of the best mocpages war games that has been running for almost 9 long months now. Sylvan has helped with some of my works in the past and you can certainly expect to see techniques I he taught me in some of my upcoming work. Matthew is where I learned the rotary bomb bay technique that I use and is so sought after. Achintya Prasad.
Yet another good friend of mine here on the pages. He and I met only recently but we have been good friends since. We both share a mutual respect and admiration for each other. Donít forget to check out his USS Enterprise CVN 80 1/350th scale carrier. He has certainly been another inspiration to help keep me building. Rafael Acevedo.
I cannot say enough good things about Rafael. When I first joined, I looked to him as a mentor. I learned my technique for building jet fighters by studying his. He and I have come to have a mutual admiration and respect for one another beyond that of anyone else I know.
ďAs usual you can use my design or any of its elements without credit. (You are the only one beside my son so privileged ;).Ē
None of my amazing aircraft would have been possible without him. Rafael, thank you so much for your dedication, help, and support. Matthew McCall.
You canít browse modern military on mocpages and not know who Matthew McCall is. McCall can be sharp, to the point, blunt, even harsh. But without good constructive criticism, we never learn. Christian Bish.
One of the people I know quite well outside of mocpages. He and I often speak over skype to discuss anything. We met and were for quite a while, a powerhouse alliance within D&CII.
My stuff is broken into a bunch of categories, ranging from the seemingly random, to an old mars based space theme I worked on. All my military stuff is under my NCA folder (my D&CII nation). That name, and the paint scheme, is about to change with a bunch of reworks in progress under new building standards and nation of origin. Some of these are already available to view on my flickr, which can be found here.
As always, thanks for viewing and I hope you see something you like.
I try to make my instructions available to everyone but sometimes that is not doable given it is a compound pack. In this case, the files are usually available by request in the form of an email, which should be directed to Zmackme14@yahoo.com. I am more than happy to help out a young builder who is just getting started. I have been on the pages for at least 3 years now and look how far I came.