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Old 12-21-2018, 10:22 AM
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These are fantastic. Thank you for sharing.

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Man these are miles away from the Canon Craft Town, Bandai VooV or even the Paperm.jp street tiles! Really cries out for the realistic Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan or Toyota cars to fill up the parking spots.

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Roadside attractions from Brother>
These are models that promote the happyexperience of toll highway travel in central Japan,
Next to the development content of the download contents, NEXCO Central Japan has prepared a travel knowledge corner of highway and related facilities. You can understand about expressway while making paper craft happily with parents and children.
https://www.brother.co.jp/news/2018/nexco/index.aspx
or a more direct link
https://online.brother.co.jp/ot/dl/p...i/highway-kit/
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Old 01-02-2019, 10:28 PM
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Technical aspects of TATEBANKO design and assembly

A fascinating, and possibly the definitive English language discussion of Japanese tatebanko.


Optical Illusion in Old Japanese Kabuki Dioramas, by Tony Cole and Robert Tauxe, in the Painter's Journal, Fall 2009 (p. 4-11)


There is important information about how to assemble, mount and display tatebanko (hint: the sight lines need to be aligned and the base angled up towards the back).
The original tatebanko where surprisingly large, the example in the article is 90 cm (1 yard or 36 inches) in width so our versions printed on letter or A4 paper are extreme miniatures of what the designer originally intended.

The link to the site entry page
http://www.aphelpsdesign.com/
Link to all the uploaded issues of "Painter's Journal" (Download the Fall 2009 issue)
http://www.aphelpsdesign.com/the-painters-journal/
or use the direct link which opens the PDF in your browser
http://www.aphelpsdesign.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/Painters-Journal-Fall-2009-Electronic.pdf

( ! The authors are members of papermodelers.com ! )




While the "Painter's Journal" was aimed at theatre set designers the journal contains a lot of material that is useful to model makers and diorama builders and model railway enthusiasts.



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( Bonus download:

a modern educational tatebanko to download, colour, cut out and assemble
http://www.elvirethouvenot.com/tatebanko/ )

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Old 01-02-2019, 11:18 PM
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Fish Decoys from Japan

I think this site I have posted before as containing many examples of wonderful unobtainables of cars and other desirable objects.
Mikio Kajiwara is one of the artists featured on Canon Creative Park.
I stumbled across his site again and noticed the fish decoys, which I do not, from my last visit, remember.
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or for the direct link to the fish
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The entire web site of Kajiwara san is worth exploring to see his paper model designs and all the other things that he does. He has blog about paper models hosted on a different site
https://ameblo.jp/kgblog001/theme-10039809129.html
His physical gallery of paper models has its own web page

C-クリエイティブパーク掲載ペーパー ラフト 紹介
and is viewable from above
https://www.google.com/maps/place/3+...55769?hl=en-US


More paper fish from Japan by a trout otaku
http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/543338-post132.html
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Old 01-07-2019, 12:04 PM
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There are a lot of recent posts on Mauther's blog, PAPERMAU , about the "hidden", or Japanese language only paper models, on the Canon Creative Park site.

He has hunted down these "secret" models and made the links available to all of us who are unable to read Kanji.
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