Yamaha DragStar Classic 11

Discussion in 'Commercial & Civilian Vehicles' started by atamjeet, Jun 19, 2008.

  1. atamjeet

    atamjeet Member

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    This is Yamaha DragStar Classic 11, a very beautiful free download. The first time I made it, I used Matt paper. This time I have tried using Glossy Paper. I like the results from the glossy paper. What do you think guys?

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  2. greenelf1967

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    very nice work there atamjeet ,i've built most of the bikes but always used matt card then used a gloss spray on the bit i want shiny, but hey well done
  3. logicman

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    Sweet !

    You've done an excellent job of a very tricky model.

    Well done! :thumb::thumb::thumb:
  4. pahorace

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    This type of models, need glossy paper!
    Is a magnificent job, very attractive. :thumb:

    Orazio
  5. Tim Crowe

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    That's a great looking model - the paper really helps

    Well done!
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    Lovelly model,

    My father-in-law has a 1700 road star which is similar to this model. Really hope Yamaha release it as a model to complement the dragstar.

    Great work atamjeet and the glossy paper really shows off the detail.

    Well done!
  7. atamjeet

    atamjeet Member

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    Thanks!

    Thanks. Yes, the glossy paper looks very attractive. Now I have started using glossy paper most of the times whenever I start to make a new model.

    I am desperately looking for some free (or price upto $10) steam rail engine paper model which should be well detailed. Can anyone suggest me any link from where I can download dat :)
  8. Tim Crowe

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    Canon have a steam engine for download

    And there was a lovely little polish diesel loco that was featured in a very recent building thread.

    PM me if you can't find it

    Tim
  9. pahorace

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    Nice, How about using matt paper for the tyres and gloss paper for the rest? Just for contrast.
  11. atamjeet

    atamjeet Member

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    I agree. I am going to use this suggestion for my upcoming model Yamaha VMAX