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Topic review - Ship paper models
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  Post subject:  Re: Ship paper models  Reply with quote
Guest wrote:
I am a bit confused, are there any English instructions?

Are the plans purchased or printed?

I don't have general instructions for them, I'm sorry, but usually you see descriptions (like on the Stewart J. Cort's graphics) and/or illustrated instructions (like on the Burns Harbor's graphics).

They are patterns to print, cut out and assemble, all designed by me, all free to download.

Last model was an original supertanker class (Funabashi Maru and Hellespont Universe), and now the 1922 Japanese aircraft carrier Hōshō and the freighter Saginaw are currently being developed.

This is my current collection: http://www.majhost.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=216061

They are all easy to build, but if there is any need to see completed models, just tell me. :)
Post Posted: April 29, 2012, 4:11 pm
  Post subject:  Re: Ship paper models  Reply with quote
I am a bit confused, are there any English instructions?

Are the plans purchased or printed?
Post Posted: April 2, 2012, 9:21 pm
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I have, for now, two paper models of lakers.

May the 1000 footers "Burns Harbor" and "Stewart J. Cort" get in, then.

http://www.maquettes-papier.net/forumenpapier/topic7094.html

http://www.maquettes-papier.net/forumenpapier/topic7056.html

Also a kind of test done way before these large behemoths

http://www.maquettes-papier.net/forumenpapier/topic7028.html
Post Posted: January 28, 2012, 5:27 am

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