Download Paper-craft Cars

Discussion in 'Art & Photography' started by Castrol96, Mar 6, 2013.

  1. Monatsende

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    Hahaha - brother in action. Mine would look the same - even worse. (Sorry for telling the truth.) :lol:
     
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  3. MoLiEG

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    Will print some next week and take some pics! :)

    BTW... Anybody knows what kind of paper and glue is recomended to use for this???
     
  4. I go and buy some new ink cartridges... I'm feeling tight so I buy the cheaper own-brand ones... the packaging claims they're compatible with my printer...

    I get home... I put them in the printer... apparently one was out of ink and the other "was not recognised"...

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  5. Castrol96

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  6. ItsAllAboutWins

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    Wife just bought a new printer. Goin to have a try at this and see if it could be a new hobby. :)
     
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  7. OtakuTaikun

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  8. kennylmao

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    Very simple and looks good too. :tup:

    Like Gran Turismo 2 cars in real life. :drool:
     
  9. Made the Subaru rally car over the weekend, I'd recommend using something a bit more rigid than regular paper to help it hold its shape and to make sticking of peripherals e.g. mirrors, roof scoops easier. Also, try to go up a scale of paper if you can (I can't) as some parts are extremely small and fiddly - I gave up on the mirrors :indiff:

    But otherwise, I now own a cute little model that was quite satisfying to make :):tup:

    EDIT: Come to think of it I could've seperated the individual parts on the computer to seperate pieces of paper, so that they can be blown up in size.
     
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  10. MoLiEG

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    Checked that site... Absolutely loved it! :)

    Very helpful link, too! ;) I'm absolutely going to start with this as a hobby this weekend!!!
     
  11. Castrol96

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    More Subaru's!!!



    The Subaru rally WRC 2000(This is how it looks finished)

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    Part 1
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    The Subaru BZR(The size of this is huge when enlarged)

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    The 2012 Subaru WRX STI Sedan
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    WRC Subaru
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    2005 WRC Subaru(The quality of this is not the best, but it's the highest available)

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  12. Castrol96

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    Finally solved the pdo problem.
    (If this might seem unsafe to some of you guys just leave it out)

    To make pdo's work download:http://www.tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura-en/download/viewer.html
    (The most of the pdo paper-crafts are hard to make, you need to take your time and put in the effort)



    Now you can download amazing cars such as:
    • Nissan GT-R JGTC
      [*]The muira
      [*]The nissan R series
      [*]F50 GT
      [*]and many more

    Pictures of cars you can download

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    Rear
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    Download link:http://www.tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura/gallery/gallerydetails.php?id=585
     
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  13. Fazerfan

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    Castrol your images dont work.
     
  14. OtakuTaikun

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    [​IMG]

    Now to find the tape and stuff... and an hours worth of work will pay off!
     
  15. kennylmao

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    What in the world, GT-R Proto-van? :scared:
     
  16. PinkKitty13

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    New Armageddon Van!
     
  17. OtakuTaikun

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    I used paint to recreate the kids heart stagea, but as i thought i messed up the math so i need to redo it, the hood is too long and it doesnt fold correctly
     
  18. :lol:

    It's the Kids Heart Nissan Stagea GT-R R35 conversion ;) A Stagea with the face of an R35.

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  19. Castrol96

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    :lol:, looks like a real hybrided car.

    And here's a r34 with the stagea back.


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  20. Castrol96

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    Looks good:tup:, but you should extend the length of the car. :)
     
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  21. OtakuTaikun

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    I want to redo it, yea its tough to get everything perfect, the models off the art66 page seem to have similar dimensions; i was worried the gt-r base would be too wide
     
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    No worry's:cool:, i can edit the template if you can upload it. :)
     
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  23. weescotman

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    Any chance you could do a toyota curran?
     
  24. Castrol96

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    I'm afraid, the curren is quite a rear car to find :ouch:, but I can find a varity of other Toyota's if you like. :)
     
  25. OtakuTaikun

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    Here's what i worked on earlier, but i still need to make it work. :/ lol it's really shoddy
     
  26. Watt2159

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    I think that looks pretty good Otaku, I'd make it, as well as the 787B, but I have the craftsmanship of Tim Taylor when it comes to stuff like this, either way, it ends with me having a table glued to my head, or a nail in my foot....not sure how that last one works out.
     
  27. OtakuTaikun

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    lol it's ok, it took me 40 minutes to mold that out of the Art66 page, and two hours to mess it up, including botched scissor work. I honestly cannot work scissors i make cuts too deep or i can't make em straight enough, lol it probably works, but i'm as precise a five year old
     
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  29. OtakuTaikun

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    I used to do em on 120lb cardsrock but i think the trick is to have a larger scale, one sheet just wont cut it
     
  30. ItsAllAboutWins

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    Seems like I can't get down to my local hobby shop to buy a knife and I know I have the scissor skills of my 7 month old. Growing up, it was hard to keep myself occupied. Now I can't seem to find free time lol

    Btw Otaku, did I race with you last night or yesterday in a shuffle lobby with the .015 difference on Cote? If not, someone sure does have a name similar to yours.