Paper Aicraft Models

Discussion in 'Your Completed Kits' started by paperjerry, Jan 22, 2007.

  1. paperjerry

    paperjerry New Member

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    Hello Friends.

    I want to share with you another scale model made of paper. This time, it's a Hawker Sea Fury and a P-51C III Mustang.

    The Mustang depicts June-July 1944 livery. Anyone recognizes the Sea Fury paint?

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    Paper: cardstock 125 gr
    Printer: HP 5600
    Glue: UHU clear
    Mustang scale: 1/50
    Sea Fury scale: 1/48
    Mustang available here:cardmodel
    The Sea Fury is not available anymore on this model, but more can be found here: THAIPAPERWORK Easy But Beautiful

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    I cannot see the pic.That's a pity.What is going on?
     
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    Hey, they aren't bad well done, with the black and white stripes it would be Korean war vintage or there abouts? I have a vacform seafury painted pretty much the same and it was definitely Korean war period as the pilot shot down a Mig.
     
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    I'm still not seeing the pics.Does anybody have the same problem?
     
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    Sorry, I had to change photo server. Here they are.


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    I don't have the information for the Hawker Sea Fury.

    But for the P-51, the designer wrote this: "NA P-51C, Mustang III, 315 Squadron PSP, Captain E. Horbaczewski, June-July 1944."
     
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    Now I can see them.Excellent work Paperjerry. :thumbleft: I like them both but the Mustang the most.The info on this Mustang is correct.I'm also working on the same Mustang model but it is in 1:33 scale.There are somewhere some pics of my model in the forum.
     
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    Great Wurger!
    I haven't cross the 1/50 barrier. But I have 3 projects on the to-do list now.
    Glad you liked them.

    More to come!
     
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    I'll be waiting for these mate.
     
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    Looks like good paper models.
     
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    An update on this thread.

    Here's the pre-Mustang era, North American A-36 Apache. This model I printed on cardstock 125 gr.

    But this particular model does not have fairings on the wing roots. It's however, a good looking model for someone who wants to make an easy model out of paper.

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    Model found here: THAIPAPERWORK Easy But Beautiful
     
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    Looking nice. :)
     
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    Thanks. It's a real simple plane, but a good one though.

    More to come.
     
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    Wow, those are very detailed for paper models! Nice work.
     
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    Thank you Velius. Your models are really amazing too, and gliders nevertheless!

    Here's another paper model. P-40 Warhawk. The model is from ModelArt, designed by Dr. Emil Zarkov, from Bulgaria. Scale 1/33.

    Link to the Construction Report Step by Step
     

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    Really cool stuff PaperJerry. :D
    Well done mate.
     
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    wow very cool! :D
     
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    I'm more a plastic/ scratchbuild man myself, Jerry, but those are some great looking aircraft you've got there!
    The Mig 3 and P-40 are especially effective!
     
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