Science Fiction, Baby!
Drawings, sketches, and models by Nils M Holm. More to come.
inspired by the
Starship ORION from the science fiction mini series
(Germany, 1966). Made from polystyrene sheets, acrylic glass, and scrap
1:24 model of Cliffs Karmann Ghia from the movie "Once Upon a Time ...
in Hollywood". Filed under SF, because the movie depicts alternative history.
Diskhound space fighter, 1:144 scale. Built from parts of the
Crusher Joe Diskhound/Locust kit, but otherwise unrelated.
Three-Seated Destroyer ("Drei-Mann-Zerstörer") inspired by the
Cover art and interior art for the science fiction novel
1987, finished in 2011. Don't read it — it's really trashy!
1:9 model of a 1942 WL750-based chopper. Filed under SF, because I
will never have one.
A quick & dirty build of the Starship ORION from the science
fiction mini series
(Germany, 1966). Entirely made from polystrene sheets and scrap material,
Sketch for the cover art of the science fiction novel
STATE class light cruiser
from the Perry
universe (de). Submitted to the magazine in 1986, but never
Motorbike, 1:16, 1987, from scratch (PS sheets) and left-over parts.
, but never appears in the novel.
Insectoid robot, 1986, pencil on fanfold paper, currently framed and
decorating a friend's home.
docked in a ground station, from the
1:750 model, 1980's, built from left-over parts.
The Stuff of Nightmares
, 1980's. Later adorned the cover of the
2nd and 3rd edition of the Scheme 9
, 2011. Unfinished cover art for an unpublished novel.