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The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Harmalarm » Sat Sep 13, 2008 10:43 am

Yes my fellow carma-freaks, your eyes do not deceive you... Grab your own copy of the fold able paper model of the Eagle 3 today, and exploit you creativity in the real world for a change! Just download it --> print it--> cut it--> fold it--> glue it--> and enjoy it!

the model features;

the Eagle 3 basic model

detachables such as; wheels, fenders, spoiler, doors and a REAL engine! :cool:

scale of the model

height 5.3 cm

width 8 cm

depth 16.8 cm

grab you copy of the file over here



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Good luck modeling!

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Razor » Sat Sep 13, 2008 2:06 pm

WOW!!! That is simply incredible, thanks alot. I'm gonna go print and make it
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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Razor » Sat Sep 13, 2008 5:46 pm

Didn't come out too well, i'll give it another go.

btw - how come yours has gone 'guide lines' on it? For folding.
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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Hairba11 » Sun Sep 14, 2008 2:01 am

waiting for the printer to warm up....

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Harmalarm » Sun Sep 14, 2008 4:51 am

@Razor; your file should also have those little guide lines for folding you know... At least, when I open the file they are there...

if you are having trouble finding out what the flaps are that you can use for the gluing, I have uploaded the same file with the white flaps. So you can compare them and determine the stuff that needs glue. :smile:

here's the one with the white flaps; white flaps

I can also do some of the other cars as well, if you guys like them. :smile: Currently working on the diablo. I also found out that for the bigdump you would need at least 2 A1 papers! :sad:

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Razor » Sun Sep 14, 2008 8:47 am

Maybe the Hawk Mk3 and Lamb O'Genie
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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by TTR » Sun Sep 14, 2008 8:52 am

He's doing the Diablo as he said... (Lamb O'Genie)

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Razor » Sun Sep 14, 2008 8:55 am

Yeah, i replied before the whole of the post loaded.

Oh well, I've made the Eagle and it looks great, the roof is sagging abit on mine but it looks nice.
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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Hairba11 » Sun Sep 14, 2008 9:02 am

this is cool, printed it out last night.

I'd love to see pitbull's towmeister

or the screwie lewie2

and otis p jivefunks fat cat caddy.

I think those were the cars I put the most miles in

of course most of them are splatpack/c1

thunderbucket

I drove the purple piledriver a lot because it actually handled fairly well.

and the don dumpster plow

other than that I really can't remember many of the c2 cars.

except that forking ada sucked.

Herb-E monster beetle was alright but a little bouncy.



with a little physics tweaking, the anthrax monster van is still one of the most entertaining to drive

the 63 mack thermodyne was fun too.

I still love the 67 chysler newport wagon. especially with mad power and hardness

I'm not trying to give you a lot of work, just remembering what I liked to drive.

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Harmalarm » Sun Sep 14, 2008 9:34 am

XD that's cool you guys!

I've uploaded the Diablo



diablo_colourflaps

diablo_whiteflaps

and the Porker 2

porker2_colourflaps

porker2_whiteflaps

I haven't made these myself yet btw... :lol:

ps: Oh, and carma1 cars are nicely lowpoly so that should work, but I just need to figure out how to get them to 3ds file with UVW info... so for now, I'll stick to c2 cars if you don't mind

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by coffeycup » Sun Sep 14, 2008 12:27 pm

These are great! But man, this is going ot take a while. I'm still assembling my first wheel on the Eagle. I think I need to get a new gluestick or something.

How are you doing this? Some software that unwraps a model?

I was just thinking though, while cutting out parts, what if you printed it out at 150-200% and spray-glued the printouts onto sheet copper. Then use tin snips to cut it out. Scribe the folds, peel off the paper and solder it together. Wouldn't that look cool on a desk, mantle, weathervane, lawn ornament kinda thing?

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Harmalarm » Sun Sep 14, 2008 2:49 pm

Haha, yeah that would be great! But working metal like that in that detail is actually quite hard you know. I know from experience. I made a flower out of metal once, but it's a real time-consuming job. especially the welding or solding part... Would still be cool though! :cool:

For the models I use Pepakura, a program that can import 3ds files with texture information and can unfold it very precisely. Pritty cool actually! The only problem is that you have to manually reasign the textures, but that's about 5 min. of work. And the folding can be rearanged afterwards, like moving parts, reasigning cutting edges, stuff like that.

and yeah, it takes quite a while. My eagle took me I think 5 hours, when you do it precisely. :smile: I would save the work for a rainy day :grin:

currently working on the thunderbucket by the way. :lol:

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Harmalarm » Wed Sep 17, 2008 4:28 am

lol! the Max model is so great! :smile:

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The thunberbucket is also done now;

Thunderbucket colourlfaps

Thunderbucket White flaps

The models like i did them before are actually not really that optimized. It would be better to remove all unnecessary stuff, and to slim it down to only an outer shell with doors, wheels and maybe the hoods. But from now on, the fenders will be integrated in stead of being loose elements.

Also, I don't know if I'm gonna make a lot more you know, it was more for fun... :lol:

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by TTR » Wed Sep 17, 2008 1:28 pm

Lol cool.

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Razor » Wed Sep 17, 2008 3:49 pm

Yeah very!!

Just finished The Eagle (on my third attempt) and it finally looks great!!

Third times'a charm!
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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Harmalarm » Thu Sep 18, 2008 3:25 am

well, show us! post some images! :smile: I'm currently working on a bigger one, the dondump shovel thing!

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Post by Razor » Thu Sep 18, 2008 11:28 am

When i get credit on my phone i'll take some.
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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Harmalarm » Fri Sep 19, 2008 3:32 am

Pitbulls Towmeister;

Pitbull colourflaps

Volvo Truck;

Volvo colourflaps

Don Dumpster

Don Dumpster colourflaps

I didn't create any files with white flaps, because I was wondering if you guys even use them? Or are the coloured ones clear enough?

Anyway, damn Harm, you should get back to real-life work! :oops:

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Post by coffeycup » Fri Sep 19, 2008 7:46 am

Cool! I always loved the Pitbull. I am going to try again with that one...it looks like its easier than the Eagle somehow. I will post a pic when done.

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Hairba11 » Fri Sep 19, 2008 8:42 am

I liked the white flaps.

maybe others can visualize it better, but my first eagle was a disaster. I find it looks more confusing than it is not knowing what folds under, and what gets seen.

If i'm the only one, don't worry about it, I've barely had enough time to get one fender done anyway.

stupid work getting in the way of real life.

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Post by Razor » Fri Sep 19, 2008 11:42 am

Yeah, i prefered the white flaps but nevermind, still great work!
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Post by Harmalarm » Fri Sep 19, 2008 1:18 pm

okay, I will upload the white-flapped models too.

yeah, it's actually quite hard to figure out how the model fits together eh? I have the benefit of being able to see the models on my pc, so I can rotate them and see the difficult parts... but I don't think I can make it any easier...

anyway;

Pitbull whiteflaps

Volvo whiteflaps

Dondump whiteflaps

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Mad_Maxine » Sat Sep 20, 2008 2:23 pm

Damnit.. im gona have to borow someoens printer
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Post by Alex_Dynamite » Sun Sep 21, 2008 10:56 am

Heh, another good use for low polly models!

Those look cool! I should try it someday.

I also like how you used the actual game textures!

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Post by no_one » Mon Sep 22, 2008 4:32 pm

Neat!

Do you think you can make the first eagle too?

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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Harmalarm » Tue Sep 23, 2008 12:56 pm

You ask, I deliver;

eagle 1 whiteflaps

eagle 1 colourflaps

btw, I tried to do the Otis and the screwie lewie thing, but I couldn't get them in max yet. Cant figure out why not, some cars work, others dont. anyway, I allmost have my porker finished... :tongue:


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Post by Razor » Tue Sep 23, 2008 2:16 pm

Sweet Harm, thanks!
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Post by no_one » Tue Sep 23, 2008 2:22 pm

Awesome!

Thanks!

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Post by coffeycup » Tue Sep 23, 2008 10:42 pm

My Pitbull is almost done.

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Glueing on the wheels now. Finish the last bits tomorrow.

At the beginning, I was wondering what I had gotten myself into.

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Once I got past the front fenders the rest went smoothly

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Post by Razor » Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:36 am

Nice one Coffey, i gave up on the Two Meister, I kept screwing it up :P

I'll have to give it another go (need to buy more paper first).
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Re: The Eagle-3 Paper Model is here!!!

Post by Harmalarm » Wed Sep 24, 2008 4:22 am

Hey sweet! good to see someone actually working on these models :lol:. I realize now, that putting them together is quite the puzzel, when you don't have the computer model in front of you on screen... What I can do is post some screens, or I could upload the pepakura models so you can look at them in the program itself if you like...

anyway, I'll upload my porkerII pictures later today! :tongue:

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Post by Harmalarm » Wed Sep 24, 2008 8:34 am

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here's my porker, and the other two. Turning out as quite a collection... :smile:

I'l have a look at those textures tosh, kinda forgot about the high res textures :lol:

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Post by coffeycup » Wed Sep 24, 2008 8:46 am

Heh, thats a cool collection. I think I need to do the Eagle 1 next!

I did end up opening the Tow Meister in in PT2 so I could turn it around and look at it and try and try and match up where a fold would be and where its tab should be glued. Like I said before, the beginning is hard - trying to find the best place to begin, but once you have a few of the tabs glued in the right place it starts to get easier :wink: A few times I glued a tab where I shouln't have and had to peel it apart

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