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EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
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KODAK EASYSHARE C713 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
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hand drawn papercraft TIE-fighter WIP 11 by ninjatoespapercraft hand drawn papercraft TIE-fighter WIP 11 by ninjatoespapercraft
I only test built one of the wings and wing support pylons (the right one in this picture) the other one is from the scratch build (I recycled it so it's easier to imagine the completed TIE-fighter ;o)

In this picture, you can really see that the hatch is a bit too flat; I accidentally used the old one for the test build, but I already have a new one. ;o)

Stay tuned!
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:iconninjatoespapercraft:

I'm afraid I don't really know what you mean by that...?

 

If you're looking for the parts and instructions to build the finished version of my papercraft TIE-fighter (this is only a test build to see if all the parts fit together properly) you can download them from the Star Wars section on my papercraft webpage: ninjatoes.wordpress.com/catego…

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:iconninjatoespapercraft:
Thanks, making paper models by hand like this is a lot of fun for me! ;o)
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:iconlegendarydragonstar:
yeah i have wanted to make my own papercrafts but i don't have the skills to draw them out and use pepakura to help me unfold it and all, but yeah it is awesome to make ur own papercrafts
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:icondidier6969:
Marvelous, you made a very very excellent job !
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:iconninjatoespapercraft:
Thanks, I'm quite happy with it myself too! ;o)
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:iconx-sammylover-x:
X-SammyLover-X Jul 5, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
i am aww struck, how does one do this by hand drawing O_o this is so awesome!!!
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:iconninjatoespapercraft:
It's really not that difficult actually: it's just a matter of scratchbuilding the parts as you go along, keep adjusting the parts until they fit. It's actually easier than trying to make sure everything fits beforehand I think. ;o)
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