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  • "BeatClub35" is male
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Tuesday, October 5th 2010, 8:04pm

I Cardmodels Kiev Open Cup 1-3/10/10

Hello, colleagues!

October 2-3, 2010. Kiev (Ukraine) had hosted the "I Cardboard Models
Kiev Open Cup".

It was the first time that such event take place in Ukraine. So the
Kiev Open Cup had generated enormous interest among the participants
and spectators! The exhibition had gathered a great deal of
professionals and amateurs - the visitors could see cardboard modelers
from Ukraine, Russia, Lithuania, Belarus, Moldova and Kazakhstan!
Furthermore the publishing house "Orel" had taken part in the
Kiev Cup with the personal exposition of own models!

Also during Kiev Cup days the participants and spectators had
opportunity to know rich assortment of goods of such trade leaders as
Freetime (Ukraine, Denis Ubozhenko), WMC (Lithuania, Denis Sinelnikov) and Cardboard Master (Russia, Paul Tokmakov).

All winners and runners had been awarded with cups, medals and
certificates. Besides the publishers "Orel",WMC, "Dom Bumagi"
and "Tri Krapki" had given their cardboard models away as
additional prizes. Thanks for the special prize from Polish publishers Fly Model and KW Model!

The latest important news.
The representatives of six countries have signed the Memorandum of Approval of the International Day of Cardboard Modelling! The Memorandum decides on the Day of Cardboard Modelling as the first weekend of October each year!!!


Number of cardboard/paper models - 253
Number of participants - 55
The number of cities participating - 28
The number of nominations - 14

Video Review (Russian language):

Some Pictures:

People and models...

Whit the best regards, Roman Derevianko, owner a first gold medal in the class C7b NAVIGA World Cup 2010 (USS Oakland 1:200) and Zhirayr Gyurunyan, chief organizer and the ideological inspirer!

This post has been edited 3 times, last edit by "BeatClub35" (Oct 7th 2010, 4:11pm)

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Wednesday, October 6th 2010, 4:01pm

RE: I Cardmodels Kiev Open Cup 1-3/10/10

Hello Beatclub35,

thank you very much fpr your pictures!

An impressive display of Russian pre-dreadnoughts and cruiserd (the Askold is incredible, what a beautiful ship !!) ! The Japanese ships (first picture of a finished Yubari I have seen) look great too.

And finally Dom Bumagis "Helena" looks always great, one of the best new models from the last years !

Thanks again !




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Thursday, October 7th 2010, 11:05pm

A most impressive collection of card models!!!

What a show! Photos are great, thanks for sharing!!

I just can imagine a table full of brand new kits from Halinski, WAK, et al!
- Gerardo
Paper Modeling in Mexico
Visit my Blog and my Web Site on Paper Modeling



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Friday, October 8th 2010, 5:12am

Wish I could have been there! Thanks for the photos!
Chris Coyle
Mariposa, California



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Saturday, October 9th 2010, 8:45pm

Colleagues, this was something amazing!!!

More pictures can be seen here:
Thread about Cup at the WMC Forum (in russian only, sorry)
Photo album from one of the winners
Ships gallery at

Links for archives of photos to download:
Well, the files are big (180+ megabytes each) but i think it's worth to download & see them!

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