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VF-1S Strike Valkyrie Papercraft by airasumi VF-1S Strike Valkyrie Papercraft by airasumi
I built this model around May, 2010; almost two years ago.

The picture is from that time, in which I had two different light sources, as you can see from the bluish/redish lights in the background.

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jepi12 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
awsome job! .... makes me wanna build some mecha papercraft, inspiring man... great work!
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airasumi Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2012
Thank you ^^, I'm glad you liked it.
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wulongti Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
fantastic job mate, I assume this is non articulated?
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airasumi Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012
Thank you!
You assume right, it is non articulated.
I *guess* you could try to force a bit the leg's position, and perhaps a bit the arms, but that's all; the model is "deformed" to look nice in this pose, so changing it could make some parts look a bit odd.
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wulongti Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's strange, I find always find myself far more interested in doing a fully articulated "action figure" than a statue... even though I know it's going to be a lot more work and likely not look as good when displayed... :/
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airasumi Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012
I've but a few articulated models built, usually models come in a fixed pose and that's it. As far as I remember at the time I built this one, it was one of the most detailed and nicely designed that I could find (for Valkyries that's it).

There are some nice models which are "posable" at build time, but they're not articulated; although they're bigger than I want them to be (I've not enough room to store big models). Then you've Gundams, which are amazing and many of them are articulated.
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wulongti Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
tell me about it lol, I've been on-again/off-again building the Gundam Unicorn by Julius from Paper-replica.com for like 2 years now.. :(

I've got so many gundam (and other giant mecha) models sitting in my papercraft folder that I will likely never build :/ If only there was a way to find the time to do this stuff while on the clock :D
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airasumi Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012
I so understand you... I know I've more models that I'd like to build than the ones I'll be able to do in my lifetime. Good luck with the Unicorn ;)
Julius models are excellent (I want to start building the ED-209, not to mention the war machine he is designing now) *sigh* I'm depressed now =P
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enc86 Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012
man that's some intense papercraft. awesome work!
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airasumi Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2012
Hey, thanks man ^^ , that was a quick answer. I'm glad you liked it ;)
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