Discussion in 'Everything else' started by bill516, Feb 16, 2008.

  1. bill516

    bill516 Member

    My first build of this year (yeah I'm really quick these days). Anyways its Pegasus from Canon 3D Papercraft - Seasons & Holidays. Made in 90gsm paper and 50% reduction, although Adobe said 68% as I was printing it out. The paper was half the original size so its 50%.

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    I think the re-scaling might have upset something as the saddle that covers the wing joint is not a very good fit but as it is hidden in normal view I can live with it.

  2. cgutzmer

    cgutzmer Guest

    wow! very nice :) my kids are looking over my shoulder and are asking me to make one ;)
  3. exzealot

    exzealot Member


    Very nice!

  4. Kezn

    Kezn pwned in the dawn

    you built a very nice model.
    I planned to design a pegasus model, in similar pose in futur, but animals are difficult to draw.. this creature is really magnifical!

  5. nibel

    nibel Member

    OMG this msut add into my "to do" list!
  6. bill516

    bill516 Member

    Thanks for all the nice words all. I'm as quick at responding as I am at building.

  7. elf

    elf Member

    i noticed that model when it was first posted on the site and its impressive ....its also on my to do list
  8. widget

    widget Member

    Nice build. Did you use cream colored stock or is it printed that color.?
  9. bill516

    bill516 Member

    I just used ordinary copy paper, I think it prints out with a creamy tinge to it can't remember now. Looking at my model I can still see some of the outline edges and they are an orangey pinky colour with some of that colour in the ribs of the primary feathers on the wings.

  10. vicente777

    vicente777 New Member

    Hi Bill,
    I'm planning to build a pegasus and thinking about scaling it down too. You said you reduced it by 50%, would you tell me how tall is it? Thanks and you did a wonderfull work.
    Happy new year to all of you.
  11. bill516

    bill516 Member

    Built size is about 6 inches tall with a 10 inch wing span. I have since found out that it is not 50% reduction but is about 80% so a true 50% will be a bit smaller.

    Thanks for the nice comments and a happy new year to you and yours.

    Dito to all paper modellers of this group.

  12. vicente777

    vicente777 New Member

    Thank you very much, Bill and I will print it 80% right now.
  13. saiedabdo

    saiedabdo New Member

    v good man

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