Stealth Talon WIP

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  1. ARMORMAN

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  2. Master-Bruce

    Master-Bruce Active Member

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    I've just relied to this at PapermodelsII, but I'lldo it again because I love this!(Talon)! Are there plans for the other jet from the movie?
  3. ARMORMAN

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    There was a paper model of the other jet released at the Japanese Stealth site.
  4. Master-Bruce

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    I had no idea, do you have the link?? If it's still available. If not would it be possible to obtain it from someone??
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    I did a little hunting (filtering a Google search for "Stealth" to only include Japanese results helped), and found the site:

    ƒXƒeƒ‹ƒX

    Click Downloads | Papercraft to get to the drone fighter.

    I never saw the movie, but the fighters look great. Can't wait until you finish the model! I hope the switchblade wings will work too.
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    Planning on it. As well as the variable tailfins.
  7. Paladin

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    I have built that paper model of the EDI stealth jet. It really doesn't look like the one from the movie. I don't understand why the creator didn't make the cockpit area more like the movie prop.
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    Thanks for the link. :) I'll take a look.
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    Paladin,

    Your Thunderbolt Avatar looks familiar....
  10. Nothing

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    if thats a paper model is it available on the web?
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    I think it's Diego Cortez's model. He did do the Thunderbolt, right?

    I'm not getting the link for the EDI model to work.
  12. Paladin

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    Thunderbolt III Starfury

    I purchased the model from a Mr. Bill Perry. I think you can still contact him at this email address: perry@crown.net

    He used to have it available as an electronic download from eBay, but I believe it is no longer there. I paid less going directly to him anyway. It is a terrific model with a good amount of detail, but not too overwhelming.
    I cannot remember the exact amount I paid, but it was around $10.00 (maybe), I believe it was selling on eBay for @$15.00.
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    Very nice. Good size too by the look of it.
  14. Paladin

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    Yes it is, its wingspan is nearly 12" (with the atmospheric wings open) printed full size.
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    You did a good job!

    How did you like the instructions?

    For the record, I'm Bill :)
  16. Nothing

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    hey armorman is this fury still available? this is my favorite fighter from B-5.
  17. Paladin

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    Oh wow, that is amazing. Nice to hear from you again. The instructions, and the model are great. By the way, when I got that model from you, I was in Iraq. I work for Civil Affairs under the Special Ops command, so I had access to the internet, and a pretty decent printer. I had my wife send me some cardstock to make some paper models. and yours was one of them. I also made a few of Jaybats models, and a couple of planes from Fiddlers Green.
    I was very fortunate to have most evenings free, and at least one day a week off. Since then, I can't seem to get enough of building these models. I used to build plastic models on occasion, but I haven't built one of them in over 3 years.
  18. ARMORMAN

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    Yep, I still sell them.

    BTW, What I sell on Ebay are printed versions of the kit (cheaper and better to buy the PDF from me).

    ;)
  19. ARMORMAN

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    Paladin,

    Thanks for your service. How would you rate the model and instructions?

    b
  20. Paladin

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    The instructions are really some of the easiest I have seen, and the model turn out better than I had expected. It is excellent.

    By the way, what other models have you done?