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Dave Winfield

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Holiday Paper Models...
« on: January 06, 2012, 11:44:35 AM »
Just before Xmas, I was helping out my Daughter with Gift ideas for her Sister.
Her Sis is into Birds and butterflies, so I printed out the Canon Swallowtail kit for her to assemble and give as a Gift.
I helped of course, but she still did all the cutting, folding, creasing, forming and edge colouring.
I think she did a good job!



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Myself, I had an idea back in November for a Card Model I was going to give as a Gift to my Daughter.
Starting with the paper-replika models of Jessie and Bullseye (from Disney's Toy Story)...

I recoloured Jessie into a blond (like my Daughter)
I also changed her eye colour, and the colours on her Clothing.
My Daughter loves everything in bright lime green!

I also shortened Jessie's legs, a lot!...to make her scale better with the Horse.

The Horse I recoloured to match my daughter's Horse DW.
I even added a bright green Saddle Blanket!

She does Barrel Racing, so I designed a competition Barrel for the display too.



The whole sculpture is on a custom made based
which was designed to fit into a clear acrylic display case I had laying around.
(The case has been removed for the photos)

Whole model is about 6" tall, 8" in the case.

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What about you? Did you make and give any Paper Models for Xmas?


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Re: Holiday Paper Models...
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2012, 12:46:22 PM »
That is really cool Dave!  My mom came to visit the grandsons for Christmas,
and she wanted a couple of planes to put on her shelf back at her apartment,
so I gave her a GeeBee Z and a Moska bis I had built. 
Ray

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Re: Holiday Paper Models...
« Reply #2 on: January 06, 2012, 01:51:26 PM »
My son is a Family Guy fan, so I made him a model of Stewie.  My grandmother is in a nursing home and has little room for models.  They have a rather large aviary in the day room, so I made her a Java sparrow to sit on her own tv and she likes plants, but one of them looks like an aquarium plant, so I made the black goldfish from Epson and ran some piano wire into it for a stand.  Now she has a goldfish swimming past her plant.  Sorry, but no pics.  Actually no pics that are usable...
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