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Old 12th September 2008, 10:37   #16
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Go ahead and finish ti It's coming up nice!
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Old 12th September 2008, 10:56   #17
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Here you go. I downloaded and started doing DSC11, using normal bond paper. Man, you need hell lot of patience to do on normal paper. They recommend thinker paper, ofcourse.

But very interesting. Not sure when (if I will!!!) I can finish this guy.

Sorry for the dull pictures. It from mobile.
This is coming up good man !! Will definitely wait to see the end of this.

I started with the R1 yesterday and I got lost in the headlight console only (The very first part). I am not able to figure out what sticks to what. I think I will move on to other parts before coming back to the headlight console.
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Old 15th September 2008, 10:25   #18
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Sat & Sun was tight. It took the whole of Saturday to complete the Engine blocks. Man, it so precise and detailed (except for the piston I guess). Here are the pictures,
Yamaha Papercraft, DIY kit | Must read for Yamaha Lovers-img_3498.jpg
Yamaha Papercraft, DIY kit | Must read for Yamaha Lovers-img_3500.jpg
Yamaha Papercraft, DIY kit | Must read for Yamaha Lovers-img_3502.jpg
Yamaha Papercraft, DIY kit | Must read for Yamaha Lovers-img_3505.jpg
Yamaha Papercraft, DIY kit | Must read for Yamaha Lovers-img_3515.jpg
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Yamaha Papercraft, DIY kit | Must read for Yamaha Lovers-img_3518.jpg
Yamaha Papercraft, DIY kit | Must read for Yamaha Lovers-img_3519.jpg

Will keep the progress posted.
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Old 18th September 2008, 16:50   #19
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You are turning out to be the inspiration of the thread. It is coming up REALLY good. Waiting to see the finished product. Are you doing all this using the normal bond paper ?
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Old 22nd September 2008, 10:52   #20
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You are turning out to be the inspiration of the thread. It is coming up REALLY good. Waiting to see the finished product. Are you doing all this using the normal bond paper ?
Yes, the normal A4 sheets printed from the laser printer.

Btw, here goes the 99% completed one. The front wheel and indicators are to be done.

Yamaha Papercraft, DIY kit | Must read for Yamaha Lovers-img00189.jpg
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Yamaha Papercraft, DIY kit | Must read for Yamaha Lovers-img00194.jpg

Cheers.
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Old 22nd September 2008, 12:16   #21
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@mjothi, amazing patience and skill. Things would have been slightly easier if you were able to print in A3. This one is much tougher.
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Old 22nd September 2008, 16:37   #22
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@mjothi, amazing patience and skill. Things would have been slightly easier if you were able to print in A3. This one is much tougher.
Why not, will try the next one in that

Planning to take the R1 next. Lets see.
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Old 27th September 2008, 09:27   #24
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Yes, the normal A4 sheets printed from the laser printer.

Btw, here goes the 99% completed one. The front wheel and indicators are to be done.

Cheers.


I knew this would be good, but this one is really good. The amount of details in this is to be seen to believe. It's so hard to believe that you could do it on the A4 paper only but at the same time it is yet again a good inspiration that it can be done

Great going @mjothi
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Abhishek
Thanks for showing the link. But I think you should contribute in the travelogue section more. Not too many Indians are in Tanzania and you should take this opportunity to educate us about that country. I would love to know about the country and its natural beauty.
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Abhishek
Thanks for showing the link. But I think you should contribute in the travelogue section more. Not too many Indians are in Tanzania and you should take this opportunity to educate us about that country. I would love to know about the country and its natural beauty.
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I really do not want to take the essence out of this topic, hence an one liner, sircars.net | My Travel Log. I have just started putting this together and is not ready yet but I could not resist to show you the mini India in Tanzania.

We can talk about the details in some other thread
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Great going mjothi!!

It looks really good in the photos.

Glad to see someone on Team-BHP did actually do one of these.

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Anyone finished a model yet?
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Excellent work but where are the front wheels?
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yeppie..... I am ready to try my hands on this thing.
Currently the website seems to be blocked at my work place but sure to give it a hit at home.
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