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Diego 2012-07-11 06:09

Dino-Fly papercraft!
 
Hello everyone!

today was a rainy day here in Argentina, so I decided to do something that i saw in the forum a long time ago and I had never the posibility, THE DINOFLY!

the sheet with the model is in the download section here

http://www.magicball.net/downloads/d...olds_and_guide

I think that it would be nice to make twinsen, zoe, baldino and the other characters!

here is the photo!

http://s17.postimage.org/uowp2hzzz/2..._49_54_827.jpg

http://s14.postimage.org/8olej0iht/2..._47_53_866.jpg

see you later Twinsunians!

P/S : SORRY FOR MY BAD BAD BAD ENGLISH! jaja

Double-J 2012-07-11 16:08

Very, very cool! I'd love to do this on a rainy weekend as well. Is there any way to make them "permanent" (some sort of craft spray that would harden/glue the plastic without weighing it down)?

Horadrim 2012-07-11 20:58

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Originally Posted by Double-J (Post 416487)
Very, very cool! I'd love to do this on a rainy weekend as well. Is there any way to make them "permanent" (some sort of craft spray that would harden/glue the plastic without weighing it down)?

If you`re using a nice cardboard, then it should last for years. The Dino-Fly I made back then with the tutorial/unfolds still stands and looks OK. This is why I was recommending nice and hard paper /carton. Not only because it`ll last for very long time, but because the model itself will be easier to make, without rumples and distortions in the surface. It`s even easier to stick all parts together this way.

Double-J 2012-07-11 23:47

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Originally Posted by Horadrim (Post 416492)
If you`re using a nice cardboard, then it should last for years. The Dino-Fly I made back then with the tutorial/unfolds still stands and looks OK. This is why I was recommending nice and hard paper /carton. Not only because it`ll last for very long time, but because the model itself will be easier to make, without rumples and distortions in the surface. It`s even easier to stick all parts together this way.

Very nice!

Polaris 2012-07-12 01:49

I must do one of these one day...
Isn't the fact that the paper is harder makes it... harder to fold the parts ?

Horadrim 2012-07-12 02:04

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Originally Posted by Polaris (Post 416501)
Isn't the fact that the paper is harder makes it... harder to fold the parts ?

No, if you`re creasing it. In my case, I was creasing the carton with the dull side of the blade of my utility knife, which I was using to cut all pieces. It`s not hard to do and the cardboard becomes as easy to bend as normal paper, even easier some times (depends on the depth of cutting, while you crease it).

Diego 2012-07-12 05:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by Polaris (Post 416501)
I must do one of these one day...
Isn't the fact that the paper is harder makes it... harder to fold the parts ?

I made it with a regula A4 sheet of paper, it took me about 4 hours to finish it!

Necdilzor 2012-07-12 05:39

Really cool man! I never saw one done to the last part. I might try this one day O:

EDIT: That reminds me, there are some "oripuzzles" at Ludoïd that are LBA themed:

http://www.ludoid.fr/site/index.php/...-oripuzzle-lba

Diego 2012-07-12 05:50

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Originally Posted by Necdilzor (Post 416510)
Really cool man! I never saw one done to the last part. I might try this one day O:

EDIT: That reminds me, there are some "oripuzzles" at Ludoïd that are LBA themed:

http://www.ludoid.fr/site/index.php/...-oripuzzle-lba

thank you! i'll take a look at lodoid!


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