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Old 8th March 2010, 22:14   #46
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Getting inspired from Aeroamit, i also got hold of some stencils and started the work on this paper model. Its a 1:24 MG TC Miget. The work is still pending though some WIP pics are attached for reference. Once completed will post some clear pics. Comments most welcome.
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Excellent work keep it up. Please do not use Plastic scale for cutting as it may be dangerous (my own experience). Better keep this for folding purpose and use a metallic scale for cutting ,as cutting blades do not slip on the same.
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Thanks for the suggestion amit. You can see the steel scale behind in the pic. which i am using for cutting.
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Here comes a clear shot of Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 2007 and another one is with camera editing.

Next in line is Lancia Delta Integrale Rally car.

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Old 9th March 2010, 15:57   #50
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Great looking Evo amit. What ratio is it?
The final pics of MG TC Miget. Once again thanks to aeroamit for inspiring me to take up this kind of work. I hope i am not hacking your thread amit.
BTW next project a 1:43 dumper truck Make Komatsu HD 785-7.
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wow! impressive work there, @aeroamit !

Kudos to you... Do upload the WIP pics of Subaru.
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aero you have started the ball rolling. thanks. I just took a printout of the Swift and will try my luck. It is in BnW , lets see how well i can do it.

@sam very nice work.
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Hi guys,

I found a VW Bettle plan which I think I had downloaded a few months ago. I had planned to make it then lost interest.

Pdf file attached:
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Sorry for hacking your thread again amit but i couldn't find suitable thread to post. So posting here.
Just finished assembling the paper model. Its a CITROEN 2CV 1981 MODEL along with CITROEN 2CV AK400 TRAILER.
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Lovely thread, Amit. Five stars from me !
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@Samsag12
Lovely models. I am happy that there are many people here in India who also would like to do this kind of stuff. Really happy to see your models and hope to see more from others too.

Now comes Lancia Delta HF Integrale in 1:24 scale.
This model took 2 weekends (1 weekend = Sat + Sun) to finish.Even though this model consists of 2 pages to cut ,but in that it has got more than 120 parts tightly packed in 2 pages and which requires too much alertness to cut it out. Also ,in order to understand steps of construction ,I had to convert instructions from Czech to English using Google. It took 1 weekend to cut and then another for assembling it together. Its front axle is kind of real car, when you move left side wheel ,right side wheel will move with it as both of them are coupled. I am looking forward to develop the same thing for Hino truck. You will be amazed that I have used my discarded Credit cards for providing stiffness to the mechanism.

Enjoy.
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Thanks Amit for the appreciation. Congrats on your new build. BTW how did you managed to get the wheels to move. Also what print material are you using.(paper)
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Here,come a clear shot of Lancia Delta HF integrale 1:24 scale model.



@Samsag12

All of my models are in 300GSM Glossy paper printed at "PRINTO" in Bangalore.

Next post will be having interesting stuff .
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Thanks to you all for viewing my work. But ,I feel some of you might be interested in back-end work of these models. Hence, I would like to show, how I work on these models. Pictures attached shows how paper was cut for obtaining different parts.These Cutout sheets pictures are for Mitsubishi lancer Evo 2007.

Next cutout sheets snaps will be for F-14 fighter aircraft which I will be uploading later.
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Attached are the cutout sheets for F-14 fighter aircraft paper model. I will be posting F-14 fighter aircraft in my my next post here.
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