Yamaha Mt-01

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

  1. Werner Smuts

    Werner Smuts Member

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    WOOOOW!!!!!!!! At first when i opened the forum i thought that you were on the wrong web site showing of your plastic model! I was amazed to see it's the exact same paper model i've downloaded. Is this really posible.... YES!
    i was dumb struck.... what more can be possible with paper! Still a BE-A-U-TI-FULL!!!!! model.....
    MASTER!!!!! TEACH ME!!!!!!

    Thanks for sharing pipy!!
    Now i have to re-think the way i build paper models!
  2. pipy

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    dear Werner Smuts,
    thanks for your reply and your support! i am not really master, i just bold enough to modify the model~ maybe because this model is free download:grin:


    about leather seats i wanna say sth, cause in this part i make a big alteration

    at very first time i have formulate in the mind: i can use dermoid paper(i'm not sure if this name exactly, what i mean is one kind of paper have dermoid veins, it was usually used on head page...) to make the seats. but i havent found the exactly paper what i want, the veins' size not fit the seats~the veins is too huge:(

    then i try to use craft paper(brown paper), still didn't work...

    when i was looking for the paper, especially attention to the books' head page, i lost the only material...the cover! i found my note book's cover is a kind of pvc...that is what i looking for! i think there is no other stuff be better than it except real leather:oops:

    here is how i made the leather seat...

    used the kit to built a frame

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    figured the outline of each piece of leather on the frame

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  3. pipy

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    in this pic you can find the stitches, they were sewed stitch by stitch...this is really huge project:idea:

    used comb dip a little water-solubility color and plastered to hem
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    prick each of marking
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    sewed...:razz:
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    come to the "MT" logo
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    i used the way "seal cutting" to made a "MT" mark on the stone
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    branded it into pvc
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  4. Clashster

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    Amazing, Pipy! The detail you have put into this is incredible! Just your cutting out of the logo alone astounds me! What a beautiful project and you have made this model truly "Ultra realistic"! Thanks for the pics of your building methods!

    Chris
  5. Billy Leliveld

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    Most excellent way to introduce yourself... welcome here and don't bother about your English, a picture tells a 1000 words..
    But maybe next time you can post some pictures of the cardboard model, instead of the real one....:twisted:
    Cheers, Billy
  6. dansls1

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    That is an incredible model - in any medium. Great job!
  7. paulhbell

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    Well, this bike was on my build list, but I can't beat your quality. So I think it's coming off the build list and I will try in a few years.

    EXCELLENT.

    Have you any other models building at the moment.


    When I see models as good as this bike and the other builds that are going on at the moment on this site, makes me think about giving up modeling. But I won't give up just yet.
  8. dansls1

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    Meh - modelling is a hobby - not a competition. When you build a model you build it for yourself. You test your abilities and should only compare it to your best abilities and your last model. If you've enjoyed yourself - that's priority #1. If you've had fun AND improved your skill - what more can you really ask for?
  9. Billy Leliveld

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    It realy doesn't matter if you do FG or Halinski models, we're a chip of the same block..
    Cheers, Billy
  10. Crazy Potashman

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    If one of these pics doesn't make POTW, something is wrong. WOW!!

    What is the material used to make the headlight assembly? There's even a bulb inside!! This is crazy awesome! I'm drooling!

    _CPM
  11. pipy

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    Chris, Billy, Dansls1, Paulhbell, CPM...
    Thanks for all the praise and honor guys, you allow me so much latitude in medium of modify, this is the most important affirmative.

    dear Paulhbell, please enjoy yourself, enjoy your models' building process.

    we heve a proverb in China...there always has a mountain higher. or maybe can trans it like...there is no mountain can be the highest. (in fact part of Everest in China...-____-")

    the proverb wanna tell people, you can't be the best... even you are now, can't be always...
    yep, maybe we can't be best, but we can be better! better than ourselves, better than hesternal. once you find the improvement on yourself, that will be great encourage.

    _hope we can got mutual encouragement


    dear CPM, the headlight was made by pvc, the indicator blinker & taillight were made by my toothbrush~lol, the lampchimney were made by paper and butty, i'll post pics later ^_^
  12. pipy

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    light assembly...

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    in this pic there are two kind of the blinker, i used capsule casing made it first, but i don't like compressed blinker...so i try to find another material ~as i mentioned before, it is my toothbrush, i will show it later in taillight building:twisted:
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    look the taillight...can't see the true face...hold on, coming soon
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    here it is:grin:
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  14. Stev0

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    LIES!!!! THIS IS A PLASTIC MODEL!!!!

    :p ;) :D

    j/k

    WaawaaWEEwaaah!!! Looks incredible.
  15. pipy

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    this is full process of taillight building...

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  16. pipy

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    keep the secret...:rofl: :rofl:
  17. Amazyah

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    Thats very ingenious work, Pipy!
    Beautiful and creative!
    An extremely impressive model! WOW!

    Russell
  18. Lex

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    Another modeller from China!!!!!!!!! I'm impressed with the build...... Can I just ask, how did you create those transparent lights?
  19. Bengt F

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    Yamaha MT-01 Motorcycle Model

    pipy,

    This is the most impressive cross-over-material card model I have seen to date. The silver metallic paper really enhances this kind of model.

    I love your work on the tires, the seat, the handle bars and the shiny tank.

    What a model - this is creative art at it´s very finest.

    All the best,
    Bengt :smile:
  20. pipy

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    Russell, Nezard, Bengt, dear friends, thanks for your encouragement!

    Nezard,
    i browsed your homepage, i am so glad can catch compatriot in this forum... you are studying in Oxford? where is your hometown, can we chat in Chinese? about your question, did you mean the headlight? it is pvc, i'm use to collect plastic casing, such as pvc, pe, acryl... i suppose to use putty modeling a headlight and lay the pvc to it, then use the way melt-extend to rebuild the plastic... and fortunately, i found a casing is already fit for the shell, so what i can do is explain by words now@_@"