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Old 07-16-2017, 02:53 AM
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Question Need tutorial video

I think having some tips and trick in this forum is great but i think sometimes a tutorial video to make it way better

So anyone please share the link because i think it will help many newcomer to learn (including me)
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Old 07-16-2017, 10:27 AM
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What should the video cover?
Are you talking about a video that covers all the basics of building a paper model?
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Old 07-16-2017, 10:37 AM
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Check You Tube. They have videos for everything in the world there.
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Old 07-16-2017, 10:51 AM
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Our friends over at Yamaha Paper Craft have some videos on their site, which are very well produced.

These videos cover the basics as well as some practical techniques
https://global.yamaha-motor.com/show...ercraft/howto/

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I think having some tips and trick in this forum is great but i think sometimes a tutorial video to make it way better

So anyone please share the link because i think it will help many newcomer to learn (including me)

Tutorial of what? rolling? cutting? scoring? folding?
I think a lot of members have made good tutorials of the basics in papermodelling, included me.
Check this out and see if this is what you mean?
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Old 07-16-2017, 12:42 PM
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The tips and tricks section in this forum is filled with many good
advises from great modelers. They are really useful to solve most
of the problems a paper modeler encounters. And many of them
are very clear and easy to follow. Most of the times they save
headaches, and inspire to do things.

And other members above have shared very good links.

But is only your own practice what can teach you better, and what
can help you improve to make better models with time.


Experience has taught that most of the times a video is just
as useful as a graphic tutorial to get ideas and to clarify certain doubts.
But in many cases doesn't resolve all the questions.

And certainly doesn't make you a great modeller instantly.

You can watch 100 videos on how to make something.
But that will never replace the beast teacher of all: real practice.

It happened to me when I started building plastic models.
Before starting any model I Watched a lot of video tutorials on
how to airbrush, how to glue, how to weather, how to etc...
And despite having studied those videos carefully several times,
my first plastic model was substandard, and far from what they
showed in the videos.

Only with time and several more models in the table some of
my skills have improved.

You can ask for video tutorials on how to make paper models,
and there are several. Just go to Youtube, type "paper model tutorial"
and you'll get a lot of videos on different subjects and techniques.

But at the end it all comes down to the same basics:
  • Print.
  • Score.
  • Cut.
  • Fold.
  • Glue.
  • Assemble.
The more you do that, the better your models will be.

Just add care and patience, and that's the basic recipe.

No video or graphic tutorial can teach your hand what real practice can teach.

Kind regards,




* Please note: That I don't mean tutorials are useless, And don't want to diminish
the importance and valuable content of the tutorials that have been shared here and
in other places, as I myself have learned a lot from reading others' tricks and techniques.
I find them important to inspire and guide a novice modeler. But as in any kind of learning,
there will be a point where you have to leave the teacher behind, and start applying
what you have learned. And there's where your own personal experience will start
teaching you those small nuances no one else can teach.


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Old 07-16-2017, 11:11 PM
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I have to agree with Rubenandres. Practice and experience are the best teachers in the world. Video tutorials help but are still limited seeing is not the same as doing.
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Watch Chip's U Tube videos.
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Old 07-17-2017, 05:24 PM
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I watched a great tutorial video on how to unplug a toilet with a Sherman Tank.

Did you want the link?
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Old 07-17-2017, 05:28 PM
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Our friends over at Yamaha Paper Craft have some videos on their site, which are very well produced.

These videos cover the basics as well as some practical techniques
https://global.yamaha-motor.com/show...ercraft/howto/

Rick
LOL I just watched their first two instructional videos.
I recommend you do NOT do what either of them show.

I'm afraid to watch any more.


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