Yamaha Mt-01

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

  1. pipy

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    rear arm

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    detail...
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    pipe/tube & wire

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    some of flaming/burned effect apply to exhaust
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    redo the cover of fuel-tank
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    the end...:-D


    here is a shot of Taihu Lake which i took last year, hope you will like it

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    THANKS FOR VIEWING
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    One question... what did you use besides paper to lose the folds and bring out the smooth realistic texture to it? And the treads on the tyres? Cos that looks impossible to do with paper alone. I would LOVE to try whatever you did on my next build cos what I see up there is simply stunning! Great job
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    Sorry if I'm asking a stupid question but I'm new to papercrafting....What did you use to get this much realistic detail after the base build? Like what materials you used and some specific technique???? Would really love to know!
  7. CK Styles

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    Pipy, Very nice mods on that model. You went above and beyond on that one. Nice job!!
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    Wow!

    Absolutely fantastic build Pipy!
    Very inspiring.

    Look forward to seeing more of your work.

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    Fantastic, thanks for sharing the detailed work. Its forum really rocks
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    Wow this is amazing!! I saw the first photo and thought it was the real bike with a build thread to follow. Then I realized it actually was paper. That is absolutely crazy good work! I love the leather, chrome, engine detailing, and tyres especially. Well, actually, the whole bike is good! Your work is an example of one of the finest builds I have ever seen. Thanks for posting!!:thumb: