Want to know what a dentist do in his spare time? Patlabor vehicle papermodel created by Rino Liha, he designed it as a hobby in his spare time as a dentist. Unlike the command car from the original OVA series, these cars are built for mobility rather than to protect the "Forward". Still, they're pretty heavily protected. These card come with standard issue shotguns. They are used by Division two in all vesions of the anime except the original OVA series, and they made their debut in the first Patlabor movie.
Iranian Rial - Banknote Paper Craft
I watched a TV program about Tehran in BBC Knowledge channel yesterday and it gave me idea to make an Iranian banknote to be added to World Currency category on Paper Replika. That TV program was a re-re-run :) I already watch it several times but I never watch closely from the start to finish, although it was only the first part of the documentary. It covered about Iranian culture in a big city like Tehran, so many new understanding I got from watching that program. They are not so strict that I've imagine, for example in one Iranian shopping mall, youth hang out with western style clothing, inline skating in the street, wearing nose ring etc. Girls wear lose hijab, and they talk Parsi not Arabic as I thought before. Look like youth in Iran specially in Tehran not so different at all from some countries in the world, off course in some way.
Disney - Tinker Bell Figurine Paper Craft
I made this template for my daughter. In the beginning I thought it was an easy project, but apparently it was not that easy after all. It supposed to be a filler model between war machine part releases but it took quite a while to make this template. But I quite satisfy with the result, this Tink looks pretty and cute. I recommend to use about 100-120 gram of paper, the tricky parts are both arms because they are small cylinders and the right leg because it has a hole on the part so both leg can be cross closes together. You can use celluloid to make her wings, each wing is a set of overlapping base wing part and wing detail part. Glue the wing on her back with power glue.
Deepsea Challenger Sub Paper Model
I first saw this green sub in CNN website. It’s a news about James Cameron’s project on exploring the depth of the ocean. Then I Google it to find out more and found out the project is called Deepsea Challenge. The sub itself is named Deepsea Challenger or DVC-1. DVC-1 was developed secretly for 8 years in Australia. On 25 March 2012 it carried James Cameron to the bottom of the Challenger Deep, the floor of Mariana Trench, the deepest soil on earth known to man. There was no blueprint or technical drawing of this sub around the net, so I had to figure out myself the shape of the sub by using the known height which is 24 feet or 7.3 meters and photos I found on the net. I use 1:35 scale and resulted the model height is around 20 cm, not include its display stage. This sub is unique it is operating in vertical orientation, and that reminds me of a mothership in the famous game Homeworld which has very similar shape and also operate vertically. In this paper model I use 2 type of glue tabs, standard glue tabs and inner glue tabs for assembly the main body.
Leica M9-P Edition Hermès Camera Paper Model
This camera paper model was requested by a Paper Replika Friend in his email. It is not normal that I made a model from request almost immediately. I do read every emails, messages that I received but I always put it on my long waiting list, if I decide to consider it. But this Leica M9-P specially Edition Hermès is so cool and so stylish. Later I read it is worth $50,000 USD a piece! And this small digital camera were only made 20 pieces around the world. When I was gathering info and images for 3d modeling, I actually little bit confuse to choose which model I am going to make, Leica M7 or M9, because M7 is in my opinion is more stylish and has more details, but I turned out to choose the easier one, the M9-P.
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