After almost a month I was not update this site, I think I must post a few quick update. After that Stearman Biplane I think simple animal template will be a refreshing. Actually guinea pig is requested a long time ago when I finished completing puppies model paper craft template which also simple model. You can make your own cute guinea pig, all 5 of them without to worry to provide them food. There are 5 pages and a guinea pig with different color in each page.
Stearman Biplane N63495 and Navy Paper Model
We now have an additional 2 new patterns of papercraft Stearman biplane. Sergey Timinsky has kindly share templates of Stearman, which he had re-paint. The first one is using the color pattern of US Navy, it mostly yellow with green strips, with registration number G-Obee. The second template is made by using color of privately owned Stearman that is also yellow with white strips, with registration number N63495. Sergey shared the patterns in the form of a PDF file, so I can edit them more easily. Please use the instructions from the previous Stearman model
F4U Corsair Aircraft Paper Model
This F4U Corsair paper model template is one of my design that was derived from my foam RC plane plans. I made a 1:8 scale model of this aircraft that can really fly made out of depron foam. Many friends wanted a paper model version of it so I made this. Designing paper model template is pretty similar with designing plans for my RC plane, but making paper model template is a lot harder. In paper model you still need to add color while in RC plane you can apply color with paint. The scale of this template is 1:33, the same scale as my previous P51D Mustang. The reason I make this template is Corsair is a beautiful and unique plane. I already fan this plane since I was a kid, there was a TV series titled "Black Sheep Squadron" back in 80s. I love watching that show on every Sunday at noon. The show was made from the real history. That squadron is lead by Major Pappy Boyington and based on an airstrip in one of the pacific island. While the livery I choose for this paper model is based on carrier and one of the "Jolly Rogers Squadron". You may look it familiar, the look is pretty similar to "Skipper", a character from Disney Planes animated movie, it's because Skipper and his Squadron, the Jolly Wrenches is a parody from the real Jolly Rogers Squadron. Number 29 is piloted by Lt. Ira Cassius "Ike" Kepford, an ace pilot with 16 confirmed kills on Japanese aircraft.
Hulkbuster Paper Model - Arm (Final)
I am sorry for late release of this final part, I've done my best. It is ready for download, the template contains 23 pages of patterns. The blank template will followed soon after this. Like the previous part, the arm part still needs 2 type of material beside ordinary plain paper, you will need 2-3 mm thick cardboard. The fingers are fixed, but perhaps if I still in the mood after this, I'll make extended part for articulated fingers. Some of Paper Replika Friends already finished building the leg part, it stands almost 70 cm, so it's exceeded the height from the original plan and also taller from the actual Hulkbuster height in 1:6 scale. Both arms can be posed but with limitation, it can't fully bend the elbow. Enjoy the model and happy building it, don't forget to post the built photos on Paper Replika's Facebook page wall.
KLM MD-11 Papercraft
A new line for airliner category has been added, it is a McDonnell Douglas MD-11 model. It was designed and built based on DC-10 with three engines configuration, and was manufactured by McDonnell Douglas and continued by Boeing. I choose a KLM livery for the first papermodel release because KLM was the last airlines that ever used MD-11 as a passenger planes. All passenger MD-11 now already grounded, the last one was PH-KCE and also named as "Audrey Hepburn".You can see the name Audrey written just below the cockpit window. PH-KCE last flight was on November 11, 2014 after 21 years in service. The papercraft template consist of 10 pages, when it built it will have 51 cm or 19.7 inches length wingspan. The scale is 1:100.
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