Glide into this Japanese artist's gallery of fantastic papercraft sci-fi spaceships

Keep reminding yourself that you're looking at a paper product when you inspect this phenomenal fleet of famous spaceships from Star Wars, U.F.O., Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Interstellar, Apollo moon missions and more.  Manifested by Japanese master craftsman uhu02, these precision papercraft models are not only filled with film-accurate exterior detail, but also contain fully realized interior treatments as well!   Barely able to fold a paper airplane capable of gliding over to the couch, I am stunned at the level of intricacy involved in these iconic replicas.

From the sleek T-65 X-Wing and TIE Interceptor of Star Wars, the Aries Earth-Moon shuttle, the Orion space plane and Discovery from 2001 to a mind-blowing Battlestar Galactica Colonial Viper, Interstellar's Endurance and the never-deployed Aquarius moon lander of the ill-fated Apollo 13 mission, this is an astonishingly adept display of skill, patience and full-on sci-fi love.

Considered a divine force in the papercraft hobby universe, Uhu has a cult of followers that is expanding exponentially.  Soar through this artist's amazing armada and tell us if you agree!

(Via Sploid)

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