Predator

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  1. loenf

    loenf Member

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    Hi,
    holiday is over, the nights are getting longer, autum is coming; its time for another Papermodel!!!:mrgreen:
    Here is my 300mm Predator from [FONT=&quot]Action Papercrafts . I scaled it, [/FONT]because 680mm is in my opinion a little bit to large. By the way, you can only build the model with the Pepakura-Viewer, there is no instruction available. Most parts fits perfect together, except the right shoulder and the ankles(that was a little bit tricky!)
    regards Loenf

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  2. stephen.irl

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    Wow. Looks brilliant. Doesn't even look like paper. Great job :thumb:
  3. loenf

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    Diorama

    Hi,
    here is a little update of my predator model. I thought the best way to protect the model from dust, is building a diorama. Here are further pictures of the (jungle-with-temple-ruin) diorama.

    Regards Loenf

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  4. Millenniumfalsehood

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    Dude . . . *please* tell me this is available somewhere!

    EDIT: Okay, I apparently need to learn to read . . .:oops:
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  6. dredd

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    Very cool,has anyone thought about doing this 1.1 scale,if you blow it up 3x it should come out about 6'9 tall,i may give it a go sometime
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    sign1 uaaau
  8. loenf

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    Hi,
    I think you will need huge amount of thick cardstock or something like plywood to reach a higher stability of the model. I'm looking forward to see such a big model!

    regards Loenf
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    this looks really cool
  10. Neo1975

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    Awesome !!!, Well Done
  11. marciu11

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    this is awesome on so many levels
  13. Sackfalte

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    Great Job. Looks soo cool!
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