I blame Fred Folger for this, I really do. Fred is the designer of the Country Bear Playhouse featured in the video. If I had to withstand the torture of listening to my nephews sing and play with it, you have to, too!
The bow has been modeled along with the doors. Work now focuses on the rear of the ship and the Captain’s cabin, which took nearly six hours to model.
Questions? Ask them in the comments, and I’ll try to answer them either in a future video or in the comments.
This is the first of many videos detailing the process of a paper model from start to finish. The series begins by gathering reference images from scans & online sources, and studying details.
Questions? Ask them in the comments section, and I’ll try to answer them either in a future video or in the comments.
Check out this fully-illuminated build of the Disneyland Paris Sleeping Beauty Castle paper model. The trees feature fiber optics, and the model was very well constructed.
Watch the whole short online at FilmoFilia.
Just when I thought that I had run out of Halloween goodies to post, this pops up: