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Old 16th March 2010, 22:10   #61
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@Amit and Samsag12 Amazing work. Flawless execution. Reminds me of my junior school days. Was the class's paper artist back then.
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Old 17th March 2010, 10:55   #62
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Dear Mod's
May I request you to rename this thread as "DIY-Creating Paper Scale Models" instead of " Aeroamit's DIY - Creating your own Scale Models " .This will help members to post and view all Paper Scale models at one place.

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Old 17th March 2010, 13:15   #63
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OK here goes the pic of the latest assembly A jeep wrangler. Its the same as aeroamit's albeit from a different assembler.
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Nice one there Sagar? What is the jeep made up of? Did you make it yourself?
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Yes i made that jeep from paper. A normal punch paper sheet the design on which had been printed with a printer.
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hey nice to see this thread, i also did this kind of works when i was kid, i have done 2years back one scale model, which is unfinished. will post the pic soon
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Old 17th March 2010, 17:48   #67
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i also did hydraulic suspensions for this car using plastic cover. i didnt find that.
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i also did hydraulic suspensions for this car using plastic cover. i didnt find that.
Nice work Karthik. How come you never told us about all these since a year?
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i also did hydraulic suspensions for this car using plastic cover. i didnt find that.
Wow! You are good in this also.!
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Here is another model for which I already put its cutouts.
This is 1:100 scale model of F-14 fighter aircraft.
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The thread has still not been renamed as DIY-Creating Paper Scale Models. Mods please rename this thread.
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Old 29th August 2011, 03:03   #72
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Dude! Here is a standing owation! Awesome stuff man awesome! I just loved the WRC truck. Like W-H-O-W!
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