Giant Hornet

Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by Mark Beech, Jul 10, 2007.

  1. Mark Beech

    Mark Beech New Member

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    I dont think this has been on here before and I dont think it is a pirate so I thought I would share it with you all
  2. Mark Beech

    Mark Beech New Member

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  3. MOS95B

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    That is COOL!! Gonna have to translate and download when I get home.

    Thanks for sharing!!
  4. BARX2

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  5. gnAsher

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    Somehow creepy! But look at the other stuff on his page, a pork chop (that we have seen before) complete with plate, cutlery, and carrots, but no spuds!and a roast chicken! Not your usual crop of paper model subjects!
  6. gnAsher

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    BARX2, you beat me to it by a minute.:mrgreen:
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    Honestly I find the steak and roast chicken models to be creepier than the hornet. Thanks for the cool model find though - it's one I'll probably save until my son is a bit older and build one for / with him ;)
  8. Bowdenja

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    Watched a show on TV about this things........... they are in Japan and are pretty mean and deadly..................some nucklehead hunted them and removed them from people's property. Guess everyone has to make a living, as mean as these things were I think I could find something else!:eek:
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    I saw that same show. Those are some nasty critters. It is neat the way the native bees take care of the scout hornets.
  10. Kaz

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    Great find, thanks!
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    I was expecting to see a Car ... 65' Dean Jeffries Imperial I believe.

    =O
  12. Mark Beech

    Mark Beech New Member

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    I tried to add a picture but it just wouldnt let me for some reason
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    I love the Hornet. It would be cool to recolor it green and make a 3D Green Hornet Poster. I wish someone would design the Green Hornets Black Beauty from the 1960s TV show as a paper model. I've got the download for the 1960s Batmobile but haven't had time to build it. Has anyone seen a large ant paper model like the hornet? I'd like to make one for an action figure base I'm working on for my Antman action figure.

    Clif
  15. Fozzy The Bear

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    As a model I guess it's interesting.... But I hate Wasps.... It creeps me out :eek: enough, not to want to have anything to do with building it.

    Thanks for sharing the link anyway.

    Best Regards,
    Julian (Fozzy The Bear)
  16. gnAsher

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    Someone put together a little clay figure and we could make a 1950's style B movie: "Attack of the 50 foot Japanese Killer Wasps"
  17. caiobr

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    Very nice, thanks for share.
    I´m learning the art of paper modeling and i´m collecting all the informations i see.
    Thanks again.