Here are a few links to card modeling sites and related utility programs. Links to historical information about specific models can be found on the individual model pages.

Card modeling sites

Steve Brown's Card Modeling FAQ - Though no longer updated this is still a good source of information about the hobby.

Google Paper Models Group - A lively online forum for card modelers worldwide.

Card Models Design and Build on Facebook - A group for modelers and designers to display their work. The photos on display show the great diversity and excellent quality that can be achieved with card models.

World of Micromodels - A history of 'Micromodels' and successor companies from the mid-20th century onward. Features a good selection of links to other card model sites. - Discussion forums and galleries covering all aspects of card modeling. Primarily German language, though there is some English content (many of the members are excellent English speakers) and the photos alone make it worth a visit. Registration is required to view the photos.

Aries Paper Models - Erik te Groen's large collection of free card models, mostly related to space exploration.

Lower Hudson Valley Paper Model Giftshop - Downloads are free, but a voluntary donation is encouraged. Primarily spacecraft (real and fictional) but lots of other goodies as well.

Fiddler's Green (Commercial site) - Great kits for beginners, at a very low price.

Saul Jacobs' Paper/Card Model Page - (No longer updated) Home of the CardModeler's mailing list and the Card Modelers Online electronic magazine.

Utility programs

My model files are in PDF format. If you don't already have a PDF reader you'll need one of these programs (free) to display and print them.

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Foxit Reader