Thanks for the tip!You can try to use inkscape to colour the template. I did that with the royal guard tie interceptor.
When I was browsing the internet I found this beauty. The royal guard TIE interceptor. Is it possible to change the colours from the pdf files of UHU's Tie interceptor? This will become the first papercraft royal guard Tie interceptorwww.zealot.com
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Thank you for the tips!For painting paper, your best bet would be water colors, but they will never be opaque. Acrylics will be opaque, but may cause warpage of the paper if applied to "wet" I use AV Vallejo, and The Army Painter acrylics, but I coat my models with a clear spray can acrylic first. The clear spray can acrylic, once dry, "waterproofs" the paper. Some hobbyists have good luck using craft store acrylics, like Apple Barrel from Walmart and such. Vallejo and TAP can be found online, and at Local Hobby Shops.
Any other questions about paints, let me know.