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Old 12-30-2018, 06:29 AM
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Spiderman (PS4) by LED papercraft

Hello,
next my project is again from Marvel Universe , another spiderman from new game for PS4. I vely like his pose, because he is fixed to wall . So big thanks to guys from LED papercraft for nice model. Original model has 60cm, but I printed model to A5 format. Model has 10 pages. For this moment I want to try do it this model without folding lines, because I am very lazy . Will see, how the assembly will looks like.

I started as ususal from his head and some parts from his body, please check first photos
Spiderman (PS4) by LED papercraft-img_20181230_113938.jpg Spiderman (PS4) by LED papercraft-img_20181230_113954.jpg Spiderman (PS4) by LED papercraft-img_20181230_114011.jpg Spiderman (PS4) by LED papercraft-img_20181230_114034.jpg
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Old 01-02-2019, 02:18 PM
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another small progress, I finished his hands and joined to existing body

- hands
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- assembly
Spiderman (PS4) by LED papercraft-img_20190102_210001.jpg Spiderman (PS4) by LED papercraft-img_20190102_210020.jpg
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looking good sunto
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Old 01-03-2019, 05:55 AM
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thank you very much
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Old 01-06-2019, 10:03 AM
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hi ,
so during christmas vacation was some free time, so I finished his body and started with his legs which are almost done, please check latest photos

- body
Spiderman (PS4) by LED papercraft-img_20190103_202733.jpg Spiderman (PS4) by LED papercraft-img_20190103_202756.jpg

- legs WIP
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Old 01-06-2019, 01:13 PM
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Nice job. It is good to see that you resisted the urge to put creases in the model and made him smooth, much more natural.

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Looking good. One trick I use on models to cut down on the faceted appearance is to not cut each tab individually, but leave them initially as a single mass, then cut the tabs into many small slits, giving the edge more points to form a curve.
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Looking good. One trick I use on models to cut down on the faceted appearance is to not cut each tab individually, but leave them initially as a single mass, then cut the tabs into many small slits, giving the edge more points to form a curve.
Great tip!! Will have to have to give it a try..
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Old 01-08-2019, 03:40 AM
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thanks a lot guys
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Old 01-10-2019, 12:39 PM
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JOB DONE!!!!
so model of Spiderman is finished. I hope you enjoyed my progress. New resized model is 42cm high, original was 60cm. For this moment I have not correct place on wall, so in soon time will be added next photos. I am happy that I finished model without folding lines for first time. How were the experiences? Assembly of this model was faster, model is stronger when I compare it with models with folding lines. But I need to say folding lines are very helpful in some areas. Will see in the future if I will continue with models with folding lines or no.
Please check final photos.

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