impresive work, I want to build it now!
impresive work, I want to build it now!
nice picture of the cannon, I didnt know it the bullets were made with depleted uranium.
wow fantastic model!!! I've enjoyed with this post, you know what people say about A-10...BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRP!!!
I wish some of my pilots will seat in it..
no pilots? heheheheh
wow that is fantastic, well done fantastic details on the model seams real, I like the ligth in the pictures.
congratulations!! well done, a great model.
Very impresive model! good job!
This is the end! the doors said, in this case the Han solo build.
The final part is for the laser gun and hands, working with good tweezers this iconic parts comes to real life, a dot of glue and voilà!! Hand Solo is ready to be show, adding the base make the figure a good liking.
Regards and thanks to all for follow the thread!
And a video of all the process:
Paperhuman Han Solo
yeah sometimes its hard to build small parts.
This is almost ending, adding the last part of the gun belt and something important in Han Solo, the hair, a few part to create the typical hairstyle.
Thanks for the coments, so, in this case we said... Han glue first?
well, this time is for the gun belt and accessories, they are very small parts, so if you sneeze a bit you will lost this parts!
As always, color borders, glue the big part first so the belt can fit perfectly on the body, test before glue.
Ok lets continue with the vest, that famous vest. This time its a bit "laborious" than other parts due to small vest pockets.
As the vest will not be glue to the body and for a loose effect I color the other side of the parts. Fold before mount will help to get the rigth position to the vest, also big pockets need to be bend to match the vest folding.
Boots are made for walking!... someone said..
boots are divided in 3 parts, almost like real ones, I use puzzle varnish to give a glossy finish to the boots.
@Renne - Vielen Dank für den Kommentar, ich mag auch, wie die neuen Figuren einen besseren Realismus haben, ich hoffe, eines Tages zu einer guten Qualitätszahl zu kommen!
For this time somethink easy, the belt, color borders and start from the Han solo left side and then glue arround.
Its time for the pants, that iconic blue with red stripes, as all the clothes parts, color borders first, start to glue from the back of the legs them roll arrount the leg.
At this point the figure seams a 17th century sailor, Lol!
well its time for the t-shirt, this is not the build that you might be acostumate to, with clothes parts you need to bend it to create the crease patern, with a litte of practice you can get good results.
I start with the sleeves, a good layer of glue on the part is need it so it can help to bend the part, test first before glue it, also you need to color borders to match the tshirt color. And we do the same for the other sleeve.
Back and front part of the T-shirt is easy to glue, in this case, I will bend the Tshirt neck to follow the real Han solo figure stile.
Start glue one side of the neck then the other.
Its time to head up! the hands I will let them to the end so they can fit perfectly.
I cut all the parts of the head except first, so glue each on the previous one and so on. Do the same for the other side, glue bouth side toguther and fit head to the body.
Ok lets continue with arms, once again I prefer to skin colour before glue the parts, as the arms are like a small "stick" they can be bend after assembly to fit position them are glue to the body follow the pose.
thanks for the comment!
Its time for the feet, as they will be part of the boots its betther to color in black or soles tipical colour.
To ensure a good standing of the figure glut the feet in a flat surface perfectly balanced the legs and feets, so when dry the figure can stand by itself.
Lets continue with legs, in the real pose he has the legs a bit bends so, before mounting I'll pre-bend parts again to follow the shape, and colour with the marker pen.
Hi friends, I want to present my last freebie Han Solo in 1:33 scale.
Lets build it together!
I will use a V2 Laser body pack in order to biuld it faster, first of all spray a matt varnish to protect the printetd ink. Followint the clasical pose of Han Solo I will start with the torso of the body, an alcohol based pen to color the parts before assembly is preferred for a good sking effect.
To match the pose I "pre-bend" the torso parts and glue them together.
great work with those miniatures, maybe you can use a sand paper to "smmoth" the transparent circle to give a movement rotor effect?
after this, is the real model working, fantastick job, it took a lot time with details but the finish are awsome
nice build, i can imagine how the diorama will look like, cant wait to see it finished, good job
this is no a paper work, this are master piece!!!
Great details, also the paint, I will follow this with special attencion
Great! the assembly is going so well, waiting to see progress!
in what scale did you design it?
great one! another project start! would love to see the progress
Fantastic model, very good job, I wonder which will be next
I am late to this post but I have your solution, PaperHuman are complete 3d figures with paper!
Also the pilot is missing!!