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Discussion in 'Everything else' started by PaperAir, Oct 30, 2010.
Excellent! you bring that and ill bring this http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/armory/10759-cheytac-m200-intervention-build.html
we will rule all!
The stuff you guys do with the papercraft guns is amazing, keep the pics coming!
I,m sorry I can,t excess the picture.can you post it here.this is my next project.With my two and yours the world will be ours.LOLsign1
Made a ammo box for it today the sniper rifle fires a 14.5x 114 mm cartage.Had to modife the model though it was 1.5 inches short
Thank you very much I am glad you are enjoying it
Ok i made a photobucket album for ya, threw in a shot of the paper wall of awesomeness
http://s699.photobucket.com/albums/vv351/sidewinder81777/CheyTac Intervention Build/
Just frakking awesome.
Looking forward to seeing this resin coated. In the meantime...
Model Of The Week! :thumb:
Thank you again.
THEY ARE AWESOME:thumb::thumb:.My room is starting to look like an armory.I live in a low income sober house waiting for my section 8 to come through.That one gun is the one that we are waiting for on the down load right.
I love it! Will be interesting to see how the resin coating app turns out. How are you planning to apply the stuff? I'm guessing by brush and tres gently too?
Look forward to seeing this in all its glory. :thumb:
Thank you.I,m doing what they suggested at the 405th read,read and read more.quit a few have had great success with resin on paper.I,m going to read some more post this weekend and start the resin next week .I,ll post the process as I do it .starting armor too me and strawberry1963(my girlfriend )will be doing the paper form for the helmet over the weekend.
Is there any way this model can be textured so that it can be built for normal use instead of being fiberglassed for armor? I'm a member of the 405th and I've never understood why two versions aren't made-- normal papercraft weapons are pretty darn cool and I for one would love a Reach sniper rifle.
I can,t see why not.I my self do not have the skills to do it .But there are many people here that have the talent to acheave that.Some thing else that would have to be address is internal structure.You could put the internal structure in and just paint it too.I,m going to go with the resin method because I,m finding people love to handle them after they are built.I have one friend that handles my Thompson at lease 4 times a week.
That's cool! I wish I could find someone with the textures though
I would love textured versions of some of these weapons also. I do extensive internal reinforcement with 1mm card as i build anyway so all my models are quite handleable as long as you're not too rough with them
I am quit sure if you go over to the 405th and talk to the designers of the model you want textured.You could strike up a deal with them.
We had a personal tragedy in the family so it will be a few days before I get to work work on this again.After the holiday I will post again .I hope everyone has a safe and happy thanksgiving.