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In this post I share with you series of photo documentation taken by Gu Feng from Zhengzhou, Henan Chinan when he was building Optimus Prime paper model from Paper Replika. He fitted and printed all 260 pages of Optimus templates in A4 by using 160 gram plain paper. He added his own 1 mm card board constructions to support the model. Actually his photos are more that these but I only pick 40 of them, devided into 4 pages. He complete the model in 1 year, he worked on this  in his spare time.



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