In the interest of being open about the whole thing, I am posting his responses and mine from the Starship Modeler site.
Well,this guy has pretended to be about three people so far.
Me and called many people and said I did type stuff.
Then the editor of a magazine.
Then your brother.(andrew)
I introduced myself as William each time. I only ever mentioned Andrew as my brother. I am the editor of Monochrome Chameleon, a literary magazine that focuses on sci-fi writing and art. When I contacted Jay and told him that I was writing about the M579-D10 Razorback, I meant it. I was not forthright that the article was not my primary or even secondary reason for contacting him, and I have already apologized to Jay about that. I wasn't certain of his part in all of this, until after speaking with him. The write-up will appear in issue #6 of the Chameleon. It will contain nothing about BAMBAM or Mana Studios, but will talk about the work I did solely with my brother Andrew when interpreting Ron Cobb's design and other designs imagined by Cobb.
We did this kit from the ROB design. A guy of puled your brothers pick for advertising. Now you do not own the 3d art and models we did.We grew the kit in the shop and also did this on our dime and the original design.
I won't contest the fact that you have a working model of your own as a manipulable 3D image, and the detailing of the bottom of the vehicle is entirely Jay's. However, the point was always that the images he used, that were supplied by BAMBAM to Mana, came from Andrew's interpretation of Ron Cobbs original concept.
You have now threatened three websites two shops and myself.
I explained that the images they were using for advertising were used without permission and asked them to take them down.
I asked about 15 times in a conversation what would you like what would you want.
And I explained that I wanted to know what happened in the development process and asked to speak to the fellow that was supposed to get our permission. My interest was never financial. It was solely intellectual.
The reality is ,this is not your design or art even,the fact that you called me some many times and made bizarre threats is troubling we will make sure it does not have any of your BROTHER'S art.And your name I guess Razor bacK m5555 something but sir you have gone beyond something here ,you have made many threats, to a lot of people over soemthing that one you do not own.
The word 'threat' implies that I'm seeking some gain apart from credit where credit is due. I'm not. As I've said, I just wanted to know the who, what, where and why of what happened.
One thing you did not build,conceptualize and or trade mark.
You have claimed something that is not yours it was Robs.
The original concept for the early 'APC' is Ron Cobb's. James Cameron asked Ron to develop a kind of 'hot rod' APC, but once it was realized on paper, it was determined that such a vehicle would be impractical from a financial, filming and modeling aspect, so the studio went with the APC design as it appears in the movie.