Maxim began test assembly of his Yak-130 model. There have been no messages from Maxim for a long time, and now there is a lot of news at once. Judging by the photo, work on the model is in full swing. The frame of the model, cockpits, engines are already ready. Fuselage skin patterns on […]
Let’s take a closer look at the shape of the nose of the aircraft. Let’s open the photo with the nose of the aircraft again. We see that the nose fairing has an elliptical shape. The transition of the vertical side of the fuselage to a fully elliptical shape is clearly visible. I need to […]
The next operation is to unfold the “planks” of the skin on a plane. By now, I have made many details. In order not to get confused by them, it is time to arrange the made parts in order on A4 sheets. The process is facilitated by the fact that for the opposite side of […]
This is Harry aka the Dane. I love to design paper models and then build them. This does not require expensive equipment and tools. Enough paper, a model rug, a ruler and a knife. And, of course imagination. I often have different ideas on how to make paper models more interesting and similar to objects.
In short, I invite everyone to model out of paper with me.
What will I do? Overview
Welcome to my website!
Here I talk you about my paper models, how I build them and what comes out of it. With the coming of computer programs for 3D modeling, as well as page maker programs, paper modeling has reached a completely new and very high level. Now anyone who wants can design a model, build it and publish a magazine to build a paper model.
My new understanding of the modeling process began from the moment when I first got acquainted with the 3D modeling program Blender. It was version 2.60. In Blender 2.79 I am working now.