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Old 5th March 2010, 17:58   #31
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excellent work...all the best
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Old 5th March 2010, 18:16   #32
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Awesome work aeroamit. I love that truck.
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Old 5th March 2010, 18:29   #33
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Wow, this is something new.Paper model of a scale model of an automobile.Great execution nonetheless..
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Old 5th March 2010, 18:38   #34
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Great models there I had made similar ones some 5 years back when was not too busy with work... Had a Hummer, Harley and a London cab amongst a few I remember. Also remember making an F1 scale model which had almost 100 different parts. It had taken me and a friend almost weeks to get it completed. Will try to dig through old photos if I can find the pics of these.

I was downloading the print material from http://www.papertoys.com

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Hats off to you aeroamit. Very good work. Keep them coming.

You have given me inspiration to work on paper models which i planning to do a year back but couldn't due to time constraint. but let the summer come and i will surely try and execute some.

thanks and post some more pics of models.
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Here comes SUPER GT 2007 Series GT500 ( ARTA NSX)
The Hino Tractor Truck is for carrying these Super GT's to the race tracks for races.This model took 1 day for completion.


Thanks for viewing.
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@Chevelle
Nice to hear that you will try these things this summer.If you need any help for selecting material for the same,just ping me.

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And here's one clear shot of Super GT500 and Jeep Wrangler.



Next coming model is F-XX Series Aircraft.
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@ aeroamit, fabulous! I am going to try this with my 6 year old son, he is a car freak!
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Aeroamit, very very impressive work buddy.
How long does it take you an average to complete a model? How many have you made so far?
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@rg_chn
Completion time is based on complexity level of model.Basic model may take 1 day ,that includes cutting time of 3 hours (min) and then assembling time may take upto 4-5 hours (min). This work tests your patience level and rest onto your imagination.
As of now I have finished 12 models and started working on Subaru Impreza long back.But, due to busy schedule, lost the momentum. But now thinking of starting again. Will show the WIP stages of Subaru Impreza.

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Aeroamit, very very impressive work buddy.
How long does it take you an average to complete a model? How many have you made so far?
Actually its pretty easy. Have finished two models in 1 hour. Being my first attempts, they are no where close to Aeroamit's. Albeit good way to keep myself engaged than being a weekend couch potato. Thanks Aeroamit.

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Kudos man .Nice attempt .I am sure you must be feeling very possessive about your models as I do .Keep it up and build some more.
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@aeroamit: Hats off to you buddy.
Great work. By the way do you create your own designs too or you make the ones available on the net?
I feel since you have mastered the technique you should try and make some designs of your own and make them.

@MurtazaGhiya: Nice work. Would have been better if the cars were in color.

@vjoy3: Nice work. Is it the Nissan Teana?
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@SRK
Thanks a lot . I do have some models in 3D-CAD applicationon which I can work on ,but my work and some other stuff is keeping me out of it.But surely ,I do have plans to create my own model in paper.As of now all of them are taken from Net and worked upon.


After Super GT500 I took Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 2007 model in paper.
This is again 1:24 scale model and took 1 day to finish.

Have a look at these and a clear shot of the same is on its way in my next post.

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Excellent work. Btw, if you could post the link also in the thread for each model, it will help a lot for lazy guys like me
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