Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by loenf, Oct 3, 2009.

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  1. loenf

    loenf Member

    holiday is over, the nights are getting longer, autum is coming; its time for another Papermodel!!!:mrgreen:
    Here is my 300mm Predator from [FONT=&quot]Action Papercrafts . I scaled it, [/FONT]because 680mm is in my opinion a little bit to large. By the way, you can only build the model with the Pepakura-Viewer, there is no instruction available. Most parts fits perfect together, except the right shoulder and the ankles(that was a little bit tricky!)
    regards Loenf

    Here are some Photos:

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  2. stephen.irl

    stephen.irl Member

    Wow. Looks brilliant. Doesn't even look like paper. Great job :thumb:
  3. loenf

    loenf Member


    here is a little update of my predator model. I thought the best way to protect the model from dust, is building a diorama. Here are further pictures of the (jungle-with-temple-ruin) diorama.

    Regards Loenf

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  4. Millenniumfalsehood

    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

    Dude . . . *please* tell me this is available somewhere!

    EDIT: Okay, I apparently need to learn to read . . .:oops:
  5. CrimosnBronxs

    CrimosnBronxs Member

  6. dredd

    dredd New Member

    Very cool,has anyone thought about doing this 1.1 scale,if you blow it up 3x it should come out about 6'9 tall,i may give it a go sometime
  7. tata

    tata New Member

    sign1 uaaau
  8. loenf

    loenf Member

    I think you will need huge amount of thick cardstock or something like plywood to reach a higher stability of the model. I'm looking forward to see such a big model!

    regards Loenf
  9. tnbrad

    tnbrad New Member

    this looks really cool
  10. Neo1975

    Neo1975 New Member

    Awesome !!!, Well Done
  11. marciu11

    marciu11 Member

  12. devox

    devox New Member

    this is awesome on so many levels
  13. Sackfalte

    Sackfalte New Member

    Great Job. Looks soo cool!
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