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Millennium Falcon Build Journal No. 18: Issues 65-68

Trader Sam

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The metal framework for the upper hull is finally complete, along with the machinery recesses.

I was hoping that the Japan parts would arrive in time so that I could finally crew down the starboard-side hull panels, but they’re going to take a few a few more weeks to arrive. Bummer!

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Papercraft Tips: Gluing

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Glue keeps your paper models and crafts together. Without them, they’d sag and fall apart.

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Crafting with Donald Duck

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Donald Duck Flip Book

Let’s have some fun with Donald Duck today! Thanks to Page 42, we can assemble old Disney papercrafts from a German magazine.

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How I Fell in Love With Model Kits: Part 1

Trader Sam

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It wasn’t intentional. I didn’t even realize that it had happened. But, somewhere along the way, I fell in love with model kits. Not just the common plastic kits that can be found in many stores, but metal kits, and paper kits, too.

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Fan Board and More

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Fan Board

We’ve got a couple of goodies for you today: another Fan Board submission, and a poseable paper doll restoration.

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3 Marvel-ous Models

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S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier Paper Model

Okay, you have got to check out this S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier paper model. It’s detailed enough to have mini jets and vehicles.

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Papercraft Tips: Cutting

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Cutting is important for any paper model or craft. Good cuts make parts fit together better, and make the final craft look good.

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Papercraft Tips: Printing

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Proper paper and printing options are important for a good-looking paper model or craft.

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Seeing Red . . . Papercrafts

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Today, we’re seeing red . . . papercrafts, that is. Enjoy these two paper models, designed by Julius Perdana and Rafael Cunha, from Disney’s “Planes: Fire and Rescue,” and Marvel’s “Captain America.”

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