Honda S2000 1/18

Discussion in 'Commercial & Civilian Vehicles' started by Shelby, Feb 1, 2009.

  1. Shelby

    Shelby New Member

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    Hi everybody :wave:.
    I whant to show you my fourth paper model. It's Honda S2000 from Ukrainian magazine "Bumaznoe modelirovanie". I work with this model for about 3 month. So what do you think about my Honda? :mrgreen:
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    And some interior.
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    P.S. sorry for my bad English language.
  2. gilpna

    gilpna New Member

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    is there a download link somewhere, this would be a pretty good project
  3. tikitiki_m

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  4. gilpna

    gilpna New Member

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    i still dont get why people charge for paper models :confused:
  5. rangi01

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    Very nice. Love the interior, nice and detailed.
    If I may ask what sort of glue did you use to attach the clear parts.

    Shane
  6. oldguy

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    Because some people think that some paper models are worth paying for. As do you. Your printer ink is not free; it's not even cheap. (Unless you use the printer at the office.) Some people want to buy paper models, some people don't. And that could be said about anything.

    I don't get why people charge for motorcycles.
  7. Shelby

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  8. GT5500

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    Well do you go to work for free? no I doubt it so why would someone spend hours and hours designing models and then give them away for free. At the end of the day its a hobby for us and a business for others, just because you are not buying a physical item it doesn't mean it carries no value. What really baffles me is why some people think its ok to steal things if they are not a physical item.
  9. CK Styles

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    Bravo, very well done. Keep up the good work.