Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by dnalor, Nov 11, 2011.
but for me Not bad..
I think the chair is to small but for now..
Actually the chair looks like the right size to my eye. Well done, dnalor! :thumb:
And it looks great in reallife.
Now up to the next part.
this was a difficult part for me because of the size.
up to the next one.
I waiting for the "full" photo, showing how big this model actually is!
the main hull.
Side detail (the first)
and the details (first 2) for in the 8 holes in the front upper and lower.
yes the build of the main hull has started at last.:mrgreen:
But now i have to figure out how to connect the both parts..
I have made some connection strips and at one part.
but when i sandwich them...how do i glue the other side?
That's the top.
you have a nice build goin on there sir!!
the fitting of the side details look great sign1
i used another falcon detail for it..
and it fits with some rescaling
But now i have to go all around with the details.:mrgreen:
Nice "fine" detailing. She is looking great!
Yes it starts..
First i thought it was to much..
but now it looks kind a cool.
Now detailing the side the falcon..
it's hard...i don't know how you guys do those little papercrafts...
or are my hands to large!?.
For the holidays i took the other side of the falcon (cockpit side) home.
But after 2 bad movies i build that allready..
Now eveything is drying...
Now i''m looking for some thick paper to build the engine flaps..
The idea of the engine comes from this site
It looks great.. maybe i can do that also
(the first 2 pictures are from kartonbau for the engine i want)
the other are mine.
Hello, I love this model. Yours is great. What scale is it about. Do you have strengthened the paper. What weight. Sorry for my bad english
I'm sorry, I did not notice the cardboard backing
Well for the big objects i use cardboard.
The parts are printed on normal paper 80grams.
and all the small parts are first glued on thick card-paper which is used for kellogs cerial boxes..etc.etc
then i fold it..and put in on a large part
And then i hope stays on.
the scale i really don't know.
it's around long 1.3m...
I built this model from the same site a while ago.
All the details that you added are outstanding.
Yes i hope they all fit..
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