Yes, yes. A no short tunnel, but the light is rigth there!!It's coming along nicely! Looks like some light at the end of the tunnel~!
p.s. How's the foot? Foot surgery can be very painful. I hope it is healing well.
Hi, my greek paper friend! It's so nice to meet you here. And thank you for your comments and suggestion. I saw the Reinhart Fabisch's work, and WHAT'S THAT? He's a professional! You can be surge that I'll take a look there always that I need.Hello Eneterpriser10,
very nice Build so far, waiting for You to continue
If you need some ideas for fixing problems, maybe this link can help You.
Its at kartonbau.de, a German Forum like this one. Renee does some explanation to what he does in German, but i think the many pictures he took are self explaining.
He did some nice additions too.
Just take a look.
And i wish to You and everybody else a happy new Year.
May it be healthy and productive.
Greetings from Greece
It's so nice, Greek. Who knows one day I'll be sitting on one chair like that. . .And this is something for Vespa Lovers
Here is the link to the original
Yes, nice tips, Zathros, thanks. And about the Paper-Replika model, I saw times ago. Maybe it's easier to assembly than Faro Basso, but isn't the same from the movie . . . But is a very nice model.He did a great job. Once you decide to paint or color it in though, I think some filler and sanding should be done to hide the lines forming the fenders and other parts. It came out really nice though. There is another model of the Vespa with a rider at Paper-Replika.com, I believe, and it too is FREE!!
Vespa 150 http://paper-replika.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=484:vespa-150-scooter-papercraft&catid=124:transportation&Itemid=200144
Girl Rider for Vespa: http://paper-replika.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=487:vespa-girl&catid=142:figurine