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!
Glue keeps your paper models and crafts together. Without them, they’d sag and fall apart.
Let’s have some fun with Donald Duck today! Thanks to Page 42, we can assemble old Disney papercrafts from a German magazine.
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.
We’ve got a couple of goodies for you today: another Fan Board submission, and a poseable paper doll restoration.
Folds give paper models and crafts their form. They can transform flat shapes into cubes, cones, and spheres.
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.
Cutting is important for any paper model or craft. Good cuts make parts fit together better, and make the final craft look good.
Proper paper and printing options are important for a good-looking paper model or craft.
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.”