Dani (RZP papercrafter) created this traditional wearable mask. The mask is depicted one of Punakawan on Sundanese rod puppets character which name is Cepot or Astrajingga. In Javanese puppets Cepot also called Bagong but with different background and description, cepot is the first born son in his family while Bagong is the last born son, but both came from the same root as one person / character. Cepot likes joking and humorous his face is red-orange, Cepot other name is Astrajingga, jingga is orange in javanese language. Other Cepot / Bagong siblings are Dawala / Petruk and Gareng and they all called Punakawan. Punakawan are the sons of Semar, they are believe as supranatural entities, the guardians of Java island.
Beechcraft T-34C Mentor Paper Model (Aircraft)
Latest release from Rizky (Paperhobby), a trainer aircraft Beechcraft T-34C Mentor. He made this aircraft paper model in 1/48 scale. This model is quite detail, cockpit interior can be seen from outside the canopy, landing gears and landing gear wells are present. It use Indonesian Air Force livery.
Dragstrip Diorama Paper Model for Diecast Cars
Jodi has a new diorama paper model kit template for his diecast cars. He created a dragstrip diorama complete with concrete road divider, audience tent and the audiences themselves which are cutouts scale of human figures. I love the details, by adding some vegetation and tree is perfect.
Built US Coast Guard Response Boat Small Paper Model Photos
The day after the US Coast Guard small boat paper model kit was released, I was tagged by Rew Papercrafters on his Facebook photo of his built USCG boat. He was the first who tag me, then Andi Aki Kurniawan and Martyn Situmorang came along also with their USCG boat. The last was Ki Kie, he gave the link of his Facebook album that contains 10 photos of the same boat. Ki Kie was using Inkjet Paper 120 gsm, UHU glue and took 3 days in his spare time to finish the boat.
GoShogun Giant Robot Paper Model
This is GoShogun paper model template designed by Wong Hidayat (Daywong). GoShogun is a vintage super giant robot that I never watched when I was a kid, it's not because it's bad but because I didn't have a chance, I couldn't clearly remember, maybe it's because our Sony Betamax player was broken and never get fixed ever since when that Go Shogun videos arrive in Indonesia around in middle 80's . I only saw it in book cover, school bags, lunch boxes or pencil boxes, that's all the memory relating to this Japanese robot. Beside GoShogun, Go Zigma is also little to know to me.
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