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Old 03-30-2019, 07:53 PM
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G.I. Joe Vehicles

Something that occurs to me the other day. the 80s GI Joe toy vehicles came with "blueprints" giving details of the vehicles. As these diplayed the vehicle top, front and side, these would be easy to convert into 3D models.

The YOJOE.com website has a number of scanned versions of them for those who might be interest,

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You’d need to modify them somewhat to avoid potential copyright issues. They’d make cool sci-fi models.

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You’d need to modify them somewhat to avoid potential copyright issues. They’d make cool sci-fi models.

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I was thinking more in terms of personal project rather than commercial ones but, yes, could serve as inspiration fodder for original designs.
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