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Astronaut Papercraft (Final Patterns)

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It took 2 days to assembly this astronaut papercraft. As I expected wrinkle effect on paper, work perfectly, I will apply this method to other papercraft. This is also a try out for simulate cloth in papercraft, a preparation for 1/6 Ghost (COD MW2) papercraft figurine ;). The USA flag is included on the patterns as well as Indonesian flag, Banner flag and left shoulder flag-badge. His visor comes with 2 (two) option, with lunar surface reflection and mars surface reflection. I add tutorial on how to wrinkle the pattern below. I really love this model, I put in in my car dashboard ^ ^.

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Astronaut Papercraft (Final Patterns)

Astronaut Papercraft (Final Patterns)
Comments (24)
  • Stefano Lanzi
    :D :D :D :D Very very nice. Ciao
  • Julius Perdana
    gracias ! :lol:
  • Nando  - Last Man on the Moon
    Fantastic model Julius! I did It, with some detail added ;) Take a look at the final version on my album [url]http://picasaweb.google.it/Ferdinando.Santandrea/Cernan?feat=directlink[/url]. Thanks for the wonderful models that You give us. Nando
  • Julius Perdana
    You are welcome Nando :) , nice details you have there. Can I use them for my PR gallery? thanks before
  • Nando
    Absolutely, I will be proud if my work will be published in your gallery! Thanks, Nando
  • Julius Perdana
    Thanks Nando, I like to ask you a few questions 1. what paper did you use 2. what material did you use for visor and cable hoses 3. how long it takes until it finish 4. do you have patterns for the camera, want to share? thanks again
  • Nando
    My answers below: 1. what paper did you use -> I used an A4 160 g/m2 for the model and paper tissue to envelope the electric wires 2. what material did you use for visor and cable hoses -> a piece of a trasparent envelope of a magazine that i molded on a gypsum form 3. how long it takes until it finish -> one week very discontinuously 4. do you have patterns for the camera, want to share? -> yes i have and no problem to share but how? I uploaded an image of the pattern on my album, but you have to select "fit to page" option if you want to print on A4 sheet. I can send to you the PDF file if you give me an email address. By the way, i uploaded a picture about the materials i used. In particular You can see: 1. a small sheet of paper tissue wrinkled 2. the small sheet wrapped around a spindle and then on a piece of electric wire 3. the gypsum form that i used to mold a piece of trasparency and a sample test of the sun visor that i colored using a gold marking pen
  • Julius Perdana
    please email to admin@paper-replika.com , thanks Nando :cheer:
  • Nando
    I emailed the pdf, but it is very basic.
  • Nando
    Thanks Julius. I'm very proud I'd like to inform You that i'm showing the build process of my model at the papermodelers.com forum at this link http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/pasa-paper-aeronautical-space-administration/10562-last-man-te-moon.html Thanks again Nando
  • Lillo  - re: Ridurre
    Ciao. Non so in che scala è l'astronauta ma vorrei sapere come ridurlo alla scala 1/48. Grazie [quote=Anonymous][/quote]
  • albert
    ¿Como se unen las piernas con el cuerpo? No le encuentro el modo. Gracias por responder
  • Mike Hungerford  - Can't download?
    "The document is being edited/updated by a User and is unavailable at this moment." I've been getting that message for several days, alas.
  • Julius Perdana  - thanks
    Mike please try again, I already fix it. Thanks for the complain :)
  • Mike Hungerford  - Got it!
    Thank you. :-) By the way, what's the scale for this little astronaut? Looks like about 1:12 so far with just the helmet and backpack done.
  • Mike Hungerford  - Assembly sequence
    I'd like to offer the following order of assembly, based on all the hair I pulled getting this model together. :-) Assemble parts 2, 10, 11, and 12 (torso) Assemble parts 14 and 15 (upper right leg) to torso. Assemble parts 29 and 16 (lower right leg), then assemble lower right leg to upper right leg. Assemble parts 17 and 18 (upper left leg) to torso. Assemble parts 30 and 19 (lower left leg), then assemble lower left leg to upper left leg. Assemble parts 20, 21, and 22 (right arm), then assemble right arm to torso. Form part 23 (right cuff), then place over end of right arm without glue. Assemble parts 37 (right glove and thumb), then glue to end of right arm. Slide right cuff down over right glove and glue. Assemble parts 24, 25, and 26 (left arm), then assemble left arm to torso. Form part 27 (left cuff), then place over end of left arm without glue. Assemble parts 37 (left glove and thumb), then glue to end of left arm. Slide left cuff down over left glove and glue. Assemble parts 35, 31, and 36 (helmet), then glue helmet to top of torso, leaving clearance for backpack. Assemble and install parts 40, 1, 8, 9, 28, 38, 39, 41, 42, 44, 45, and 46, in that order, to torso, arms, and legs. Assemble pouches parts 4 and 3, and parts 5 and 3, then glue to left and right legs, respectively. Assemble part 13, then glue to front of torso. Assemble backpack parts 33, 34, 6, 7, and 43, in that order, and glue to back of torso.
  • Mike Hungerford  - (more)
    Assemble parts 35, 31, and 36 (helmet), then glue helmet to top of torso, leaving clearance for backpack. Assemble and install parts 40, 1, 8, 9, 28, 38, 39, 41, 42, 44, 45, and 46, in that order, to torso, arms, and legs. Assemble pouches parts 4 and 3, and parts 5 and 3, then glue to left and right legs, respectively. Assemble part 13, then glue to front of torso. Assemble backpack parts 33, 34, 6, 7, and 43, in that order, and glue to back of torso. Parts 42 are much too short for their intended locations ...
  • Anonymous  - Where's the link?
    Where's the link in this page? I can't find it anywhere. I tried clicking an orange link that says 'download', but instead it transported me to some useless page on bing.com and said, "Search results for 'downloading'." Can anyone help me? How were any of you able to find the link?
  • Anonymous  - you suck
    you suck. why didnt you put the template design thingy so we could make our own, like for my science project :angry: why foo y
  • yousuck  - you suck
    you suck. y didnt u put the template design thingy, so we could make our own, like for my science project :angry: u suck :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry: :angry:
  • capaso  - Pictures
    Some pictures of the astronaut: [url]http://capasoblog.blogspot.com/2011/09/paper-model-astronauta.html[/url] bye bye from italy!
  • Anonymous
    Mengapa tidak bisa download? Linknya 'rusak'! Linknya pergi ke 'infolinks'!
  • Julius Perdana
    link download itu ada di paling bawah : Astronaut Papercraft (Final Patterns) : http://paper-replika.com/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=309&Itemid=200093
  • Johan  - A question
    Can you tell me how tall is the final model (top of head - ground, without flag). Thank you.
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