AV-98 Ingram Patrol Labor - paper-replika.com

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  1. julescrafter

    julescrafter Member

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    Paper-replika.com very proudly to presents AV-98 Ingram. This model is very special to me. I have plan to do this model since 10 years ago when I was a college student, but never comes to reality until now. It is one of the most detailed models that I ever design. Patlabor especially "Alphonse" Av-98 Ingram is the only Japan Mecha which I like very much, realistic. Midnight Blue!! (lol) back to the good old days..

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    more than 120 parts, 17 pages (letter)
    size 7MB

    Jules - http://paper-replika.com
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    Jules, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, TAHNK YOU!!!!!!!!!! :thumb::thumb::thumb: You have made my day! My month for that matter! I have already downloaded it and getting ready to print!
  3. tazman3

    tazman3 Model Designer Wannabe

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    Wow, Jules, that is very generous of you. This model is outstanding...many thanks.
  4. julescrafter

    julescrafter Member

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    Thanks guys :)
    I can't sell it, you know... It is originally someone's design, I just modify it to a paper form, and I enjoy design them.

  5. mauther

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    Genial, Jules!!!
  6. sr5nm

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    Looks great. Thank you yet again. You seem to design them faster than I can print them.
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    oh SNAP!?!
  8. ARMORMAN

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    I've wanted this one fro some time....nice job!
  9. CK Styles

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    Stellar, Jules! Impressive, most impressive!
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    wow,it's beautyful
  11. greenelf1967

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    Thankyou Jules looks like this might be my next project after the warhammer 40k dreadnaught!! cheers :)
  12. jeanma

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    Thank you Jules, since your wall E :wave:, i follow your site. :thumb:
    Really, this is a wonderfull model.
    Just a question : is it possible to make a patlabor open in is dock ? Like you make the base :confused:
    i think about it because in the french site we have this picture of a scratch build : http://www.maquettes-papier.net/galerieenpapier/displayimage.php?pid=94&fullsize=1
    before this time, it was impossible to make something like that, but you realise this patlabor model... :oops:
  13. julescrafter

    julescrafter Member

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    I found this picture
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    would be another project for ingram

    jules

  14. jeanma

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    it's really wonderfull !!!
    exactly what i though when i said that.
    :thumb:
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    julescrafter Member

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    Designing Patlabor Maintenance Facility

    Paper-replika model work on progress...
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    jules,
  16. tazman3

    tazman3 Model Designer Wannabe

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    Hey! How cool Jules...I'll build that when I build #2...I hope you know how much we appreciate your work around here. I'm still working on #1...stilll a bit of a learning curve for me, but I'm understand more and more as I build. Looking forward to #2! And the "cage"!!

    A tip that I've heard as it pertains to mountain biking applies to paper modeling as well...the more you do it, the better you get.

    Thanks again Jules!!
  17. jeanma

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    it's exactly what i said...
    so wonderfull !!!! :thumb:
    i must stay concentrated, i must finish my spitfire before ...
    :mrgreen: its so nice !! :thumb::thumb::thumb:
  18. julescrafter

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    The model is ready for download, no instructions yet. I still work on it

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    download at http://paper-replika.com it is free.

    Enjoy :)
    Jules
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    Hi Jules,

    Thanks for the link. Great looking models. I know it's not paper but I Thought you'de appreciate these pics.

    How about a LEGO patlabor?

    A friend sent me the pics not my build :oops:

    Dunk

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  20. Tirick

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    Hi Jules,

    I've long admired your models, and am just now in the process of assembling a different model of yours (ARC-170). I have to wonder, what scale have you made the Patlabour to? I can infer from the size of the minifig in #1 that it is close to 1:35 or 1:40 or so, but you've not stated on your site the scale or the assembly height (that I can find). I would like to adjust to match to as close to 1:50 as possible (I like all of my figures in the general gaming '35mm' scale).

    Thank you, and let me say: Wow! You have considerable talent.

    Tirick