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Very interesting, a work aquaintance's wife did her Master's Fine Art show in "molded and cast paper sculptures with watercolor". Oh, dioramas was my conclusion. Which was probably why I was a commercial art major and model builder. But I saw some techniques which could be useful. Glad to see somebody is doing something with these techniques since I never did get around to developing anything.
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Now I can make cartidge tips for my tank cannon ammo. Great tip!
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Great tutorial, this is one of those tips that no matter what you model, you can use. Watching to see what you do with the ships hull, all kind of ideas are firing thru my little skull. I will use this and just as Golden Bear said, that is if I can find again!Rick
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Ok - I have taken the liberty to convert this article to our 'Article' or wiki section here - The Art of Paper Casting - Articles. If somebody could please double check my copy / paste and change in formatting - but the information should all be there
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Ok - I have taken the liberty to convert this article to our 'Article' or wiki section here - The Art of Paper Casting - Articles. If somebody could please double check my copy / paste and change in formatting - but the information should all be there
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Paper Size Question

What is the sheet size of the cotton paper you used, Gil?
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Hi Jeremiah,

The paper size was 8.5 x 11 inch 100% cotton.

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Gil, thanks for this.

I have a couple of not-so-paper-modeling projects that I just might have to give a thought or two about applying this method.
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What an awesome tutorial! Thanks for making it, and thanks to the people who bring the thread back up
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Gil,
Many thanks for posting this tutorial. So many possibilities with this method.....
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