https://mega.nz/folder/5wx3RYYC#0OQerQXFeFQzbRJDtmJBeACrossboarding as I'm a long-term fan of papercraft accessories, and have a mega archive of various models, mostly simple stuff, that I'd like to share with /po/ and /toy/, as well as gather up any I'm not aware of that folks wanna share in the thread. I'll be posting various models from the archive to keep the thread alive, starting with the 'rewards' section.
>>>/toy/9714143Current diorama thread for /po/ folk who wanna see more stuff.
Switching up now, but I'll post more another day from the Rewards section. Posting three versions of simple Taito arcade rooms
Taito Station version
West Ikebukuro Taito Station
>>605122Dude! This is f'n awesome! Love these mini models and am very thankful for your collection
>>605122NIce threadJust to add, for the folder of figma dioramas/downloads Max Factory released recently a papercraft for ifgma Ange & Lanna for their plamo boxes, pdf relatedAlso, I think from that folder I think you're missing some of the papercraft that they share in that site>ttps://www.maxfactory.jp/ja/mxf-downloads
>>605194Thanks for pointing them out, downloaded everything and will get them cataloged into the Mega tonight.
I made doll sized copies of the Asterix bédé for my daughter.
>>605580I also have doll sized Tintins.
>>605582Or maybe your doll reads pulp.
Stupid question: how do I make sure the scale is right? Is it like for train people, do you have named scales, H, N, Z etc.? Or do you just play it by ear?(I've never done this but I'm gonna need to build something for work)
>>605580>>605617Fantastic, I'll make sure they get put in!>>605602So I can't really speak to the scale on these, it's been forever since I've tried printing any of them. Best I can say is play it by ear, you can fudge it some using Word with the margins off to get a rough idea of the size the jpgs are printed at, and I know there's other ways but can't remember how they work offhand.GI Joe is 1/18, but that can be anything from 3.75"-4" figures, 1/12 is fairly popular at the moment for 6" figures.
>>605618Thanks mate.I have a shop showcase (however you call it) to make, and paper might be the way.
>>605582I make a 3th Set