Gaz 66 1:25 made by me

Discussion in 'Armory & Military' started by 101104, Jun 5, 2008.

  1. 101104

    101104 New Member

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    Hello everybody, i'm a vietnamese. Afer known about zealot i have a idea which post some modelling i was made in the past.
    I Hope everybody wellcome me to zealot forum :wave:
    in the past, after known about paper model from another sites. I desgined a model which is Gaz 66.
    Now I decribes some steps which i was desgined Gaz 66. I don't have kits of Gaz 66, i was designed by paint all parts of Gaz on paper and cut and paste with glue. I don'y use the PC's application to make the parts because i can't use the 3D max :mrgreen: or another applications
    make the carbin and some details

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    make the frame of Gaz 66
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    After i finished paint for all parts, i fixed the parts by glue but this steps i don't finish some details of Gaz as headlamp, petrol tank, v.v...
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    Finished my Gaz 66. I like the unpolished of the army vehicles sign1 [​IMG]
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    Because i haven't any special tools for make paper modelling so that my products isn't fine. But i like it because I was designed a modelling by my hand :mrgreen:
    My tools is :
    - pencil
    - knife
    - ruler
    - water-colours
    - compa
    - glue ( its name 502, vietnam's glue 0,5 USD)
    and my special tool : it is my hand hihihi :wave:
    Thank so much.
  2. exzealot

    exzealot Member

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    Welcome to Zealot!

    You designed this by hand? Very nice!

    There are several designers on Zealot - Your model looks so "production-like" that someone may be willing to transcribe your model into an electronic format - and computer color it for you. Perhaps make it available for public use??

    Thanks for sharing it with us. :thumb::thumb::thumb:

    Ken
  3. Art Decko

    Art Decko Member

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    Great job! Welcome to Zealot!
  4. logicman

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    Welcome to zealot, friend.

    Thank you for sharing these photos.

    You have put a lot of detail, and a lot of work, into a small model.
    That is a great acheivement.
    Well done.:thumb::thumb::thumb:

    :wave:
  5. 101104

    101104 New Member

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    oh i'm very funny if someone may be willing to transcribe my model . If my modell can public which is very good. sign1
    Thank u everybody so much
  6. chapuzas100

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    Perfec .............. cangratulations
  7. lriera

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    Very nice model. Great design.

    Greetings.
  8. KCStephens

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    Welcome to Zealot 101104!

    Great build! You have shown us what paper modeling is all about. You have created a very nice model from scratch using only a few simple materials and some basic tools. I agree with you, you're best "special" tool is your hands, it just shows what can be achieved when you put your mind to someting. Keep up the good work!:thumb:

    I look forward to seeing more of your work here in the future.

    Regards,
    Kevin
  9. 101104

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    Thank u kevin and everybody, your encouragement is promote me try in the future with paper modelling.:thumb:
  10. pouncing_tiger

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    Excellent job! I especially like how you did the tread on the tires. I'm going to have to try this. =)
  11. dkaniel

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    Don't apologize for designing the model without the aid of computer. I like the fact that you did an excellent job of designing and building the model by hand. That is the mark of a true craftsman and hobbyist!! Keep on designing other models and please continue to share them.
  12. 101104

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    Thank u so muchsign1