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Old 4th March 2010, 07:52   #16
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Now comes the completed model.

This has got a nice trailer but, that needs lot of time to work on.
But will surely work on it in future.

Next coming Model is SUZUKI SX4 WRC
@ aeroamit - nice work on trailer buddy,looks almost real as a scale model

can you post pics of your work on sx4

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@aeroamit: Great going and I love the effects on your scale creations.
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@aeroamit: Great going and I love the effects on your scale creations.
couldn't agree more! excellent work on the model mate!
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@Aeroamit, how do you manage the curvature for the depth of the wheel rims using paper? I'm curious.
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@Aeroamit, how do you manage the curvature for the depth of the wheel rims using paper? I'm curious.

As I mentioned in my previous posts that I always learnt new techniques after completing every model and also that gave idea on how to maintain nice finish on the completed part. You will be amazed to know that my shaping tools are mainly from caps from empty deodorant cans and others.


Actually ,I finished Hino Tractor truck after SUZUKI SX4 WRC model .So for you all now comes Suzuki SX4 WRC model in 1:24 scale.


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Superbly done buddy. My creations are limited to my dreams.


A very, very stupid question. How strong is it?
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Superbly done buddy. My creations are limited to my dreams.


A very, very stupid question. How strong is it?

Very appropriate query. My 5 year old niece loves playing with them and whenever she comes home ,she take out them and while going back she keeps them at their respective place without damage. Even if they get damaged I am there to repair ,but she is more than these things.

Now the completed Suzuki SX4 WRC model.
Thanks to you all for watching my models.

Next model is SUPER GT 2007 Series GT500 ( ARTA NSX)
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Great work aeroamit. Loved the jeep one.
BTW from where do you get these drawings of scale models.Do you sketch them or download them from somewhere.
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Here comes the completed SUZUKI SX4 WRC, I posted them earlier but seems it got lost in thread movement.

@ Cartman:-
Well its a good query . Whenever my 5 year old Niece comes home, She takes them out and play with them.Nothing happened till now ,but am very pleased to see her happy and even if something happens I can repair them.

@samsag :-
Well I do some sketch in CAD,but all of them are from various sites at Internet.


Next coming model is SUPER GT 2007 Series GT500 (ARTA NSX).
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Excellent work my friend and all the best for your next project.
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Love the models built. They are too good. Do you mind sharing the PDF files of these scale models. Want to tempt my son to explore the choices PLEASE !
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Love the models built. They are too good. Do you mind sharing the PDF files of these scale models. Want to tempt my son to explore the choices PLEASE !
Try the nissan models here 日産:ペーパークラフト
Got inspired by Aeroamit's DIY and found this link on googling.
Would be great if he can share more of em

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@ lambuhere1 & vjoy3

Thanks for appreciation.
In case any of you are interested in building these models ,Kindly PM me your mail ID ,I will forward files for trying it out.By googling you can find many stuff for working.

@lambuhere1
Kindly me know your son's age I will send model according to that.I am sure he enjoy it.

In my collection ,I have many models which we all love.


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Nice work man. I am inspired by your work. I have been planning since months to do a paperkraft like this, now I am all geared up to do this.
Planning for a Camaro Paperkraft model.
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Whats the mileage for these cars?

oh ok they are scale models.
Fabulous job.
Loved it.
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