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About billy.leliveld

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  • Birthday 11/18/1955

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  1. It's available now; http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/downloads.php?do=file&id=1080 I think you have to register and say hello, to prove you're not a spam-bot, but it's worth it, a 308 pages, 11 liveries , and IMHO one of the best free models around
  2. Hello Tomek, You are right about that, it still has this 'hand drawn feel', but as this was a super model 30 years ago, I think it still is, I found some minor fitting problems, but if this is not your first paper model anyone should be able to solve those with some common sense, actually the original instructions are clear, in some cases Peter Zorn is telling to dry- fit and trim parts if necessary, when you stick to those you'll end up fine
  3. It's 1:33, but the templates are made for printing on US letter/A4, if you print those on A3, you have a 1:20 scale model, the artwork is good enough for that. I'll post a link as soon it comes available
  4. Bit clumsy,I posted twice, maybe a moderator can delete one
  5. I have finished this test build of the paper Ford Tri-motor It's a digitally redrawn of the 1980ties original by Peter Zorn It has been quite interesting how this kit was born (again) Somebody over at Papermodellers.com was building it and it draw the attention of Peter Zorn,the original designer, who gave permission to scan the original kit and make it available for the forum members, So I scanned it, put it on my server, and then Ruben Andres from Colombia stepped in, he did the enormous job of not only digitally redraw the complete kit, but he added all kind of liveries , 11 in total, at
  6. Hey Billy, so nice to see you here. So very nice!!

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