infinity papermodels

Discussion in 'Gaming & Toys' started by aleks, Jul 28, 2011.

  1. aleks

    aleks Member

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    hi,
    my first contribution to Zealot was a link.

    http://www.toposolitario.com

    This spanish guy has developed a lot of nice models that fit well with Infinity and other sci-fi themed wargames.

    I've build a Chickenhawk, a Chiharra and now I'm building a Samsara...

    I try to post some photos when I can.
  2. Zathros

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    Yes!! Please do post some pics and Thanks for the link!:thumb:
  3. Vermin_King

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    Topo has some excellent models. It's been a while since he posted a new paper model, but the designs have just the right mix of complexity and build-ability. And the number of textures available is astounding
  4. aleks

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    some pics of mi first topo models...
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  5. aleks

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    ...think something going wrong while posting...
    I try again
    Sorry , not a clean build and poor pics, but you can get a hint of the models

    LEt me introduce you to

    Chichenhawk

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    and Chiharra

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  6. aleks

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    Hi,
    I've tried two times to post some photos, I's there something wrong with my posts?

    P.S.

    this message was posted right, I try again to post som,e photos...

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    deleted images...
  7. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Hey Aleks, You should be all ready to go uploading pictures. I missed the post and did not see the pics weren't going through.
  8. Sanginus

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    nice models, build looks well, one look like an insect,
    I would hope,maybe next time to see some pictures
    from the bottom of models
  9. Vermin_King

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    Yes, great builds. If you ask him nice he might even send you his Christmas version of the Chiharra (named after an insect similar to a cicada). The Christmas version has skids instead of legs.

    I noticed your Chiharra legs are holding up well. Did you laminate in an extra layer of card?
  10. aleks

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    thanks!

    the legs of chiharra are made out of a folded sheet of cardboard, as instructions say...
    I put the model on that expanded polistyrene container that is rough enough to hold the feet in place. In fact, legs tend to bend and slip.
    If I try to make another, I'll put a toothpick inside or a supplemetary sheet of cardboard.
  11. aleks

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    by request, a pics of the bottom of chickenhawk
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    and a new build: the samsara
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    enjoy!
  12. aleks

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    edited...

    triplicated message, due to some mistake. SORRY!
  13. Zathros

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    Everything should be all set Aleks, thanks you your patience!:thumb:
  14. Sanginus

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    big

    hi, thanks for the pictures,

    I did not think that the models are so big, :eek:


    they looks great, even upside down, very nice work :thumb:
  15. aleks

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    Thanks! All credits go to toposolitario, he made really cool models.

    They are designed to fit the Infinity game scale (30 mm), but I think they can be builded in half size whitout any problem.