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Old 04-12-2016, 03:25 PM
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http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/533605-post106.html

It is a pity that sometimes the only sites that preserve models that would otherwise be lost are the pirate sites. At least in this case the ship models were posted on a individual's web site, so that they could be preserved by the Internet Archive.
These are actually very nice water line models, and a couple of them are on my never to be completed , every growing to build list. The fact they have only part numbers, no instructions, makes them a bit of a puzzle.
I explored the site in the original post and found these links:

Pictures of assembled paper models
https://web.archive.org/web/20100309...sato/index.htm
checked the russian site, found out that the Argentina Maru, Mishima Maru and Ussuri Maru have been posted.
these are the pics that were added by the uploader....

some info about ships i was able to find:
Argentina Maru (built 1958):
Mitsui-OSK Lines - Argentina Maru - Brazil Maru - Sakura Maru
Argentina Maru & Brasil Maru (built 1939):
Japanese Auxiliary Transports
Japanese Transports
Ussuri Maru:
Japanese Army Transports, Bob Hackett
http://www.combinedfleet.com/Ussuri_c.htm
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Old 04-13-2016, 07:14 AM
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some more links

in these threads i posted a zipfile containing a xls sheet with links to freeware japanese paper models (i started with japanese fire department models, later on i also added jmsdf, coastguard on other freeware models)
i've kept on working on the list for a while, but unfortunately my system crashed (and was replaced) and i still need to retrieve the data from the hd.

Working on a list of freeware Japanese models: Fire Department Sections

browsing japanese websites for paper models (and a xls sheet with links)

some jmsdf pages: (also thanks to herky):

?????:??????????????? (various types of "destroyers"*, escorts, minesweepers and helicopters)
???????? (various minesweepers)
archived version of the same website, with models of shiptypes withdrawn from active service:
https://web.archive.org/web/20130719...aft/paper.html

other jmsdf models:
Kongo Class DDH:
DDH-173: http://papermodel.jp/kongo.html (found 2 version on the internet, one is in 1-268 scale, the other in 1-270)
DDH-174: http://papermodel.jp/kirishima-index.html 1-200, still waiting for the final templates
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Old 04-16-2016, 03:37 PM
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in these threads i posted a zipfile containing a xls sheet with links to freeware japanese paper models (i started with japanese fire department models, later on i also added jmsdf, coastguard on other freeware models)
i've kept on working on the list for a while, but unfortunately my system crashed (and was replaced) and i still need to retrieve the data from the hd.

Working on a list of freeware Japanese models: Fire Department Sections

browsing japanese websites for paper models (and a xls sheet with links)

some jmsdf pages: (also thanks to herky):

?????:??????????????? (various types of "destroyers"*, escorts, minesweepers and helicopters)
???????? (various minesweepers)
archived version of the same website, with models of shiptypes withdrawn from active service:
https://web.archive.org/web/20130719...aft/paper.html

other jmsdf models:
Kongo Class DDH:
DDH-173: http://papermodel.jp/kongo.html (found 2 version on the internet, one is in 1-268 scale, the other in 1-270)
DDH-174: http://papermodel.jp/kirishima-index.html 1-200, still waiting for the final templates
kirishima is a great model so far but dont hold your breath waiting for more parts.its a long term project fitted around his commercial needs
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Old 04-17-2016, 10:07 AM
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A blog about paper castles and diorams

No models to download, but lots of pictures and how to information about building model castles and dioramas. The blog showcases Facet paper-models.

http://blog.livedoor.jp/techas296094/

A lot of the build sequences are like UHU02's, yes I see the progression from step to step, but there must be some secret magic, because there is no way I could ever duplicate what the blog pictures illustrate.

The blog also features the usual large number of unobtainables.
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Old 04-22-2016, 05:52 AM
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Arc de Triomphe. One Page

A new paper model of the ARC DE TRIOMPHE 凱旋門 based on the one in France is available on the Japanese Canon Creative Park Page.
http://cp.c-ij.com/jp/categories/CAT-ST01-0099/index.html
Look for "NEW" in Romaji.
There are 22 older models in the European building category on this page. Build them all, see how small you can shrink them down and still have them build-able with all of the original parts.
(As a reminder the master index for all the Canon Japanese language paper model posts is: http://cp.c-ij.com/jp/categories/CAT-ST01-0071/top.html
If you explore the site you will find another new model of a Japanese building that was recently severely damaged.)
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Old 04-22-2016, 01:31 PM
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Britrex

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Hello fellow modelers!
In these few lines we would like to introduce you to our completely new project in a world of paper modelling. We differ from the other webpages because of making a high number of details to create our models more similar to the reality. Every single model is proposed and processed by us. We are getting inspired in various range of interests, as you can convince themselves.
We have created the webpage, where could be found paper models of army vehicles (Humvee, Marder 38(t), M113 ACAV, Matilda Mk.2) or models of architecture in famous game DayZ of BI Studio. Fans of Japanese culture will appreciate the models decorated in the traditional Eastern culture.
All the models are available for free or for voluntary contribution in electronic version with blueprints on our web. Scale of models is various.
For more information, contact us on email britrex@britrex.com, we are looking forward to see your response!
Greetings
Your Britrex team
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Old 04-24-2016, 02:38 PM
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Vintage Eiffel Tower on Japanese Web Page

A post abut towers has a tower for downloading, a vintage Epinal model for the 1889 Paris Exposition.
http://taizo3.net/hietaro/2012/06/post-760.php
or directly download from here
http://taizo3.net/hietaro/archives/images/eiffel_01.jpg
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Old 05-18-2016, 09:31 AM
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Epson Formula One Cars_A new page

The Models
MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team - Epson

The release notes
Epson to Offer Papercraft Models of MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One™ Racing Cars (September 24, 2015) - Newsroom - Epson
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Neat. You could make a nice Spanish Grand Prix diorama with those two cars.
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Old 06-03-2016, 01:57 PM
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9taro

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The download buttons for a papercraft 9taro are about 1/2 way down the web page.
This is what the papercraft represents:
"9 tallow is an image-character who was born in order to save the "Mobile Constitution" not Moriagara easily. Subjected to "9" of the Article 9 of the Constitution, myna bird was selected as motif. Myna bird has been designed by rotating Figure 90 degrees that are perched on the branches of a tree. Yellow pattern that is under the eyes is changed to "9" and "P" represents each of the "Peace" and "Article 9". "

Please make one, you will be only person in your neighborhood to have your very own 9taro.

9taro introduces himself (itself?)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mxsh...ature=youtu.be
and gives a speech here
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9O_jyZODJ8
it looks like Angry Birds only different with birds, militant crows, vampire bats, explosions, nuclear winter, Mozart, more birds, and Beethoven.

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