SU-47,EF Typhoon,F6f,F-22,F-35 Of Mr. Ojimak

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  1. walid009

    walid009 Member

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    Here is 5 planes that i made for my brother.Designed by the great Ojimak.I guess they need a airport.Soon gonna start building a airport...soon :p

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  2. shika

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    great work
  3. MilanX3

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    Lucky brother!!
  4. walid009

    walid009 Member

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    Thanks :)
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    walid009 Member

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    I am lucky too :D i use him as a shield sometimes to protect myself from my friends tease.They think i am too old to do this thing...lol
  6. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member

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    Whaaaaaat???

    My friends are always surprised with the models I build (and now design, too). And now they know they may get a beautiful paper model for their birthdays, one that they've always wanted but never could afford, or just find.
    Don't believe me? Try presenting one of you sci-fi fan friends with a paper model from a prop or even a ship from their beloved shows... I can imagine the scene: showing your friend the model as a gift and saying, right before passing it to his/her hands, that it's made of paper :jawdrop: :cool: :thumb:
    There are many great models out there, for fans of almost whatever movie or subject you can think about. Besides, you can always design your own models... So, stop using your brother as a shield and start using your TALENT as an EYE-OPENER!
    All the best,

    Rogério
  7. walid009

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    Thanks for you inspiration dear Rogerio.I will try to make some simple models of boats of my country.Hope i can get more time for paper modeling...as i am a final year student at my university its really hard for me.
    Walid
  8. Rogerio Silva

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    Walid

    As I always tell my kids: "Hard is not impossible"! That being said, another thing you need to know is how to prioritize your things, which means that, IMHO, graduating should be your top priority.
    All the best,

    Rogério
  9. shika

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    That's really nice Sergio,

    This is what I did too. I always gave a miniature paper model to former pilots, children and friends who really love aircraft/helicopter.
  10. SameeBD

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    oree nicely done vhai!! ...As i said ...its good to have another Bangladeshi modeller here :D!! ....and I guess crafting has no age...I'm a freshman but still enjoying making stuff :D ( actually been crafting since class 6-7) ...AND does that F35 have interior+transparent canopy??

    Cheers!!
  11. walid009

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    Thanks Samee ...you are right...crafting has no age..
    the f-36 has transparent canopy but i didnt make a interior because im not good at scratch building....your hand drawn planes are amazing...im proud of you brother.