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Jaeger Striker Eureka Paper Craft Part 3 (Final)

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Finally the final part is released, this part is for Striker Eureka hips and both legs. This part also has the most pages compare to the previous parts, it has 29 pages. The segments are pretty big in size, almost without small segments. There are no joint here because it was planned as a paper statue. I have not tested to standing yet, but I have calculate that both legs will be able to support and will be quite balance. But if I am wrong you can add a square cardboard as its base and glue both feet on to it, it will support the whole body of this Australian Jaeger model.

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Captain America The Winter Soldier Paper Figurine

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We have a new papercraft of the upcoming movie, Captain America The Winter Soldier that will be released tomorrow, April 4th 2014 in United States. This model template was submitted and designed by Suraj S. Prakash. This midnight (GMT +7) he sent the files to be published in Paper Replika, so here it is. Wikipedia says the actor who roled as Steve Rogers is still Chris Evans, and we will still see the beauty Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow as well. The story centered on the new threat from a Soviet Agent called the Winter Soldier.

Can't wait to see it, but we will have to wait until 26th April for international release. Ok, back to the template. The template is in 7 pages PDF file, and with pdo file as an assembly instructions only. The scale is 1:6, the complete model will have 30 cm or 12 inches height.

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Jaeger Striker Eureka - Pacific Rim Paper Model Part 2

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The release date is a bit delayed from it should be. My son was hospitalized for 4 days last week because of dengue fever (mosquito caused-fever), I had to frequently commute from my home to hospital. Now he's already healed and play again. This part 2 consist of arm parts. I didn't add any articulation on this model for this time, I made it as a statue with fixed parts. The parts number are the same both left and right, so you better watch the label on top of the pattern's page and the assembly instructions are for the left arm. The next part or the final part will be its hip and legs.

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