Greetings from Texas. This is my first build thread and I hope it is useful to someone. Being a newbie is tough on here - not much I can offer as far as expertise considering all the great talent on this site. But you can't use that as an excuse not to contribute - so here goes... This build is as I do it in sections so corrections will be at the bottom - so best to read all the posts to make sure there were no changes or after thought suggestions. Project: Turkey! (ok Roast Chicken) Why: November? (Just saw Free Birds with my son...) Looks easy - I like easy. Changes: Supersized (wanted a Turkey - not a small chicken) Materials Elmer's CraftBond Paper Craft Glue Gel Kodak Photo Paper (kinda glossy - the cheap thin one - good for buttons) Scissors and an X-acto if needed. Super sizing - The model was in a PDF. Using Reader version 11, in the print menu, select "Poster" and set the percentage to 212: The original model takes 5 pages, this change grows it to 6 pages per original page for a total of 30 pages. That's an expensive turkey to me paper wise - hope it can hold its own weight - we'll see: To give an idea of the size, here is a side by side comparison (printed the pan at normal size in draft mode so it could be seen - that's it on the normal 8.5 x 11 letter sized paper on the right): The poster (tiling) setting will chop up the model so not all the parts will be contiguous - they will have to be assembled to become one large part - there will be no tabs but there will be a small margin that can be used as a tab - or you could use a strip of paper behind both pages for the best look. (Learned that here by the way :thumb Sample of a part crossing over two pages: We'll start with the pan as it should be simple to do. Here is the top of the pan cut out: Here is the top of the pan "merged" into one piece. I just trimmed the margin off of one side and glued it on top of the margin on the other side: Here is the completed pan print side up and the original size pan for comparison: Here is the completed pan back side up and the original pan for comparison: According to the fold lines (if I read them right) this pan could either be print side up and used as a display stand or print side down and used as an actual pan - which would leave the blank paper back showing. Guess we'll see what looks best when the turkey is finished - I suppose foil paper could be used to hide the exposed paper backing. Putting the pieces together is a challenge since the translation from Japanese is hilarious: Nothing like a good puzzle... Well that's it for now, more to follow- the plan is to finish well before the 24th of this month! Thanks.