Project Paper Viper (BSG)

Chanur

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Hello all :)
About a year ago I found a box on my uncles attic, with some paper Vipers I built 40 years ago. I recently posted a picture of them on a BSG group on FB and someone wrote, that he'd like to see, how I made them. "yeah, me too" I thought and so I started to recreate the process. This is the actual status of the new viper. Let's see, how far I will get with this.
 

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ennder

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This is great, isn't it wonderful what can be done with a little bit o' paper, some colored markers or crayons or colored pencils, and a lot of imagination.

By the way, welcome to the forum. Those are nice models.
 

Rhaven Blaack

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Those Vipers look really good!
I remember when I was 13 yo, I started scratch building paper/cardstock models. The very first one that I built was a Viper. I used old cigarette cartons. I have to say that the ones that you made look far better than the ones that I first mad so long ago.
 

Revell-Fan

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This looks like it could be a 2-seater. If you prolong the wings and leave them straight you will be one step closer to make your version of the Model T Viper. They attach directly onto the bottom fuselage on that one. ;)
 

zathros

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Doubling up on wings and rudders always improves a model. ;)
 
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