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Star Trek papercraft models

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Published: December 21, 2010
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Most of my Star Trek models are done by hand, except the Enterprise-D. ;o)

More pictures of my paper models:
shelves with most of them: [link]
King of Red Lions: [link]
Advance Wars models: [link]
models from others that I made: [link] [link]
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FeatherSpiral's avatar
FeatherSpiralHobbyist General Artist
I need me an Intrepid-class with a Delta flyer in the shuttlebay.
ninjatoespapercraft's avatar
Yeah, real ones! ;o)

(reading your comment and looking at the picture made me realize the scales aren't quite right, btw... ;o)
FeatherSpiral's avatar
FeatherSpiralHobbyist General Artist
If you mean the scales between each craft, then yeah. I thought that was a given, I mean... there's a runabout model that's bigger than the Galaxy-class cruiser. Ah well~
ninjatoespapercraft's avatar
Then again, in the Star Trek universe, I'm sure there are lots of space anomalies they could encounter that would make them shrink, expand, etc... ;o)
MRoth1138's avatar
I'm looking for a good model of the Enterprise-E, can anyone help me out please?
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Zhosho made a nice Sovereign-class starship (of the Enterprise-E's sistership, the Yamato) some years ago: www.geocities.jp/ikenohata2005…

Unfortunately, the download links seem to be gone, but near the bottom of this page: www.geocities.jp/ikenohata2005… you can find his e-mail adress (just replace the [at] part with @) so maybe you can ask him if he could send you the files?

But of course, maybe you can find a different papercraft Enterprise-E on other websites too?

I'm sorry I can't help you better than this...! :o(

MRoth1138's avatar
No worries, any info is better than none. Thanks
Steve7914's avatar
Awesome! !!!!! Where can I get the templates?
ninjatoespapercraft's avatar
I'm glad you like them! ;o) These are all my own work, and you can find them in the Star Trek section on my papercraft webpage: [link]

Most of them were drawn by hand, but there are a lot more papercrafters that also like Star Trek, like [link] or [link] or [link] or [link] to name but a few, and on this site: [link] you can find a lot of links, but there are *many* more! ;o)

Have fun!
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devastator006Hobbyist General Artist
I had fun making the voyager papercraft but I enlarged it so mine is 3 ft long.
ninjatoespapercraft's avatar
I had a look in your gallery, you built a lot of nice models! ;o)

The Voyager you made is from somebody else though, mine was drawn and painted by hand. But I think the Enterprise-D in your gallery is one of my models. It has a lot of thin parts, but you did a great job building it, it looks very good!
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devastator006Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks. Your models are pretty sweet too. I love the Enterprised D model. There arent enough papercrafts of it out there. I am currently learning the finer points of 3D modeling to make my own. Unfortunatly I am going to have to do some touch up on the model. The secondary hull has contorted a little and the nacelles arent alligned properly and it looks a little goofy though I'm not suprised with how much i ended up expanding it from its original size. But the nacelles are my favorite part because of their detail. Keep up the awesomeness!
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Yes, the Enterprise-D is such a Star Trek icon! The pylons need to be pre-shaped very thoroughly, because they have such a big curve and they're so thin, but the warp nacelles are my favourite part too, even though they can be quite challening to build. ;o)
ShadowBlade982's avatar
awesome! i downloaded a couple, but have only made Voyager....
ninjatoespapercraft's avatar
I hope you had fun building it! Most of my Star Trek models are done by hand, which was a lot of work, but it was a lot of fun doing so! ;o)
ShadowBlade982's avatar
thanks! it was fun! took me little over a day to finish it! great work done by hand!
poskas's avatar
work hard to get close to your level hahahaha
ninjatoespapercraft's avatar
Well, just one model at a time. ;o)
gpsc's avatar
gpscHobbyist Artisan Crafter
your star trek models look the best. too hard to model round surfaces in pepakaru.
ninjatoespapercraft's avatar
Haha yes, paper is so much easier to work with than a computer. ;o)
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gpscHobbyist Artisan Crafter
But how do you design by hand? I mean how do you know what you draw on a flat sheet will'n look right when it's folded?
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