Yamaha Mt-01

Discussion in 'Commercial & Civilian Vehicles' started by pipy, Jun 10, 2007.

  1. pipy

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    Ciao~everyone:grin:

    try to post some pics of my job, hope u guys will like it

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    continue...

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    rlc321 Gundam designer wannabe

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    wow pippy that is very impressive i love the repaint too. and welcome to the forum. i look forward to more of your work.
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  4. pipy

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  5. pipy

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    :twisted: ...over

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  6. pipy

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    thanks for ur friendly & quickly reply~ :wink:
    actually, i start it since feb. ...as u know yamaha released this model part by part, when i come to part3 i found some parts' colour is different from the sample, so i think about repaint it, then i got chance to modify all of parts...

    i am sorry about my poor Eng. ~ hope u don't mind:oops:
  7. alang

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    That is a stunning model, Pipy. It is a lesson for all of us on what can be achieved in this medium. Thank you for showing it to us.

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    dear Alan, i really wanna thanks for ur commend~
    not only read ur threads when i was a visitor in here, but also after i browsed ur motorcycle papermodel homepage, ur amazing job are strongly impressed on my memory, if someone can give a class in how to build cycle model, there is no doubt it's u~
  9. paulhbell

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    Excellent build. Lovely looking tyres, always my hardest part. How did you get the leather look on the seats. And once again excellent build.
  10. hpept

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    At firsti, when I saw the pictures I thought "Maybe this new user didn't understand that this is a forum about card modeling..." as I was sure the model was not made of paper. Well, you got me!
    Superb model, great craftmanship. Hat off to you. And welcome to the forum, by the way.
  11. pipy

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    re Paulhbell,
    i will try to post some pics of building later, especially the way to modify parts ´Ż×like the seats & the tyres ^_^

    re Hpept,
    thanks for your high compliment! some of my friends do not accept of the papermodel validity because of i used putty and some of nonpaper material to modify the model...lol
  12. lolson

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    in all honesty I actually thought you were showing off a real motorcycle
  13. alaimo@jcu.edu

    alaimo@jcu.edu I need a Pin up girl. . .

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    That isn't paper thats a pic of his REAL bike...:) err i guess i was wrong...:)
    FANTASTIC WORK!
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    Excellent build! Truly excellent!:grin:
  15. pipy

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    dear friends, thanks for your kindly words, i'd like to post some pics of building process when i get freetime, but since my Eng. is such poor i can only try my best to say what i wanna say, please forgive my nonstandard usage or grammatical construction. you guys just feel free to ask or discuss critically:grin:

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    body before paint~cylinder head and valve lifters cover already be painted, cause i wanna make the chromium-plated look on them,

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    the main body be painted to aluminum's colour, so they look like have differences when compared.

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    also make the chromium-plated on crankshaft cover and the gear box cover

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    meanwhile, paint the fuel inject sys cover, intake sys cover...and the sump

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    fuel tank

    i used the way "re-cover" to stick another smaller figure on tank body, at afterbody of this part, i gave up original design, i try to cut the figure close to antetype. and i cut off fuel cover, stick a ring over it.
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    after assembled i used putty to make joint smooth, so now you know why i re-cover the smaller figure on body:-D ...and u can see i cut an arc at the bottom of Yamaha circle logo

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    after burnished...paint

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    this is process of made logo...

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    fuel cover...

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    i'm not satisfied with it, so...redo 8) ...

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  17. pipy

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    more pics, less talks8)

    steering & handleset

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    stepset...

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    front arm & fender

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    brake sys...

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