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Anyone built this before? There are no instructions for the head or extras, not in the file i have at least.
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>>564371
No get a job
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I also tried to set up this model, I searched all over the internet and did not find a complete manual ... a shame
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>>564442
Were you able to complete it? I just finished the backpack and as I analyse the templates I realize that the file is more incomplete than I thought, theres no templates for the damn rocket launcher
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Building the rest of it blind was pretty annoying but it worked out in the end. Too bad the rocket launcher wasn't included i was looking forward to having a pimped out gundam
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>>564371
Is that from transformers?
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This is Turbolabo's Gundam I believe. There used to be instructions on his blog, but they're easy enough to build without them.
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>>564583
>"nailed it" meme
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>>564371
Currently working on it. I printed out everything except キ and ク as I don't know if they are white or grey
>>564528
What a shame
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>>565201
Nevermind, found out they were grey, and one's for the backpack
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>>564371
Already did the face and helmet, what is supposed to hold them together and to the main body?
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>>565708
This grey piece holds the head. The slope tilts it forward
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>>565761
sorry, if it's a really rookie thing to ask, but
did you use cardboard, or somehow enchanced paper for this one?
cuz it's looking pretty neat and i want to know what it exactly is
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>>565771
just some paper i ordered online. Nothing special except its a little thicker than printer paper
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>>564371
no, looks too difficult.
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I've built all of Turbolabo's Gundams, years ago. Built them at double scale, and most turned out about a foot tall.

Construction was done originally with regular 20lb paper. Too weak. Later I built them with a combination of 100lb card stock, and 66lb paper stock, and they've held up better.
Still have these built and stored somewhere in a box.

There were also 2 other guys who picked up this style of paper Gundam, and released some models. I did most of theirs too.





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