- Patterns (10 png files)
- Instructions & Photos (24 jpg files)
As with all my models, it's intended for around 90lb/185g paper, sized letter or A4.
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Why doesn't it resemble the anime version? Because this is the OVA version.
Why is the barrel gold-colored? Because it has a titanium nitride finish.
hi i love your job
question, how do I have to fold the lines on the model? It happens that I get confused if I have to fold them in the middle of the line, above, below and everything ends up being misaligned
what appeared to be a rectangle turns out to be a twisted spiral
Hey, sorry for the late reply! I've been away for a while. The best way to get the folds right is to first score the lines using the blunt side of a pair of scissors (before cutting out the pieces), enough to dent the paper without puncturing it. This way, when you try to fold it, it will naturally fold along the scored line. Use a ruler while scoring it to ensure it's straight.
I began to craft casull and confused with rails cross-section shape. I afraid to spoil the model. Could you please share the shape of rails cross-section?
Also I got couple of questions... Do you planning to make Desert Eagle template?
And how you make your guns templates? Where I can learn how to create template as incredible as yours?
Thank you and kind wishes 🌞🌞🌞
Thanks for the kind words. The rails are basically a box with an extra wide top face that forms a "shelf" and an extra fifth face that forms the bottom of the shelf.
The picture here is from the M1911, which is why it has a cutout, but aside form that it's the same concept.
1. The wide, hexagonal face (red) is the top.
2. The rectangular face next to it, with rectangular pieces on the ends (yellow) is the side face (and, when installed, will face inward in the model).
3. The other face next to the hexagonal one is a trapezoid (purple) , because it's half of the hexagonal one. This is the underside of the shelf. Nowadays I'd mark the line between it and the blue face with a semi-dashed line to show the valley fold, but on this old model I hadn't gotten into the habit of doing that yet.
I haven't thought about the Desert Eagle yet. When I get back into pistols I'm thinking of getting a Glock of Beretta out of the way first.
The process for explaining them is pretty basic but tedious. I'll explain it in dm to save space in this post.
The "Barrel Face (Front)" is supposed to be aligned with the muzzle, and it's true that it doesn't go all the way to the back.
This is because, after the "Barrel Bottom" is attached to the back, the "Barrel Face (Rear)" is glued over the uncovered portion.