Another recolor version, this time is P-51D Mustang. It's from Korean War era (1950-1953). P-51D Mustang was still use by US Air Force in the Korean war as a close air support, with bombs and rockets. This war-horse FF-943 "Was That Too Fast" was stationed at Chinhae Airfield from 1951, it was one of 18th Fighter Bomber Group. In 90s I remember playing a aircraft simulator PC game, titled "Chuck Yeager - Air Combat" and I was playing in the Korean theater using P-51D Mustang against Mig-15 jet fighter, then P-51D was replaced with F-86 Sabre in the next missions. I added additional patterns on the page 6, those are patterns for bombs and rockets.
Homemade Google Glass from Paper
This template is not actually for making a complete Google Glass, this only to make an accessories from paper for your existing pair of glasses to make it looks like a Google Glass. In the photo above I use a cheap glass that I bought for about a dollar. Your friend wont recognize if it is a fake one from a distance, when you wear it while driving a car or cycling :p. They will assume you have bought this cool stuff for $1500, for a moment. I made 6 colors for you to match your glasses, there are white, yellow, orange, red, light blue and light green. You only need 1 sheet of paper for making a set of Goggle Glass.
AV-98 Ingram 3 Papercraft
Now Division 2 police labor is complete. Each ingram has different head and shoulder include this AV-98 Ingram 3. Patlabor (a portmanteau of "patrol" and "labor") refers to Mobile Police Patlabor, a manga franchise created by Headgear, a group consisting of director Mamoru Oshii, writer Kazunori Ito, mecha designer Yutaka Izubuchi, character designer Akemi Takada, and manga artist Masami Yūki. The manga received the 36th Shogakukan Manga Award for shōnen in 1991.
Lika : Gubee Flyer
This papercraft is the second of Lika series. She has her own ultralight now, that she called Gubee Flyer. I also plan to make Lika other adventure series, with more vehicles or boats and hopefully her friends. This papertoy is relatively easy to build, it has only 2 sheets.
South Sudanese Banknotes Papercraft
I said before on Paper Replika facebook page and on twitter about waiting the new banknotes from the youngest new born country in the world, so here it is the banknotes of The Republic of South Sudan. South Sudan declared as an independent country on 9 July 2011, and The Bank of South Sudan introduced their new currency, South Sudanese Pounds on 19 July 2011. This release added Paper Replika mini money collections.
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