Thursday, April 19, 2012

Zombie In A Barrel - by Papermau - Download Now!


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Here is the Zombie In A Barrel papermodel. It is 11 cm tall, so it is a little paper model, ideal to decorate your shelf, with your Zombies and B Movies memorabilia.

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Eis aqui o Zumbí no Barril, ou Zombie In A Barrel. Ele mede apenas 11 cm de altura, então se vê que é do tamanho ideal para ser colocado em uma estante, junto com os colecionáveis de Zumbís e Filmes B.

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More Zombie In A Barrel related posts:

Zombie In A Barrel - by Papermau - Next Project

Zombie In A Barrel - by Papermau - The Assembly - Part I

Zombie In A Barrel - by Papermau - The Assembly - Part II

7 comments:

  1. Muito legal esse zumbizinho e eh meu viu?? vc prometeu kk

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  2. Very cool stuff. I see a couple of buildings I'd like to convert to "G" scale and make out of Styrene for a 1/25 scale model car I'm building. The car is from the 1967 book "Three-In-One Car" by Alice Sankey.
    Sorry that I won't be able to keep you up to date on my progress as my Gmail hasn't worked for a couple of years.

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    1. Hello, friend,

      Thanks for your words. I'm glad you found something you like here on the blog. This is the blog idea: to be a nice and useful place for modelers. I would love to see your work in styrene. I think it's a great idea to make models more resistant and durable. If you want to show your work, just write to: mautherous@gmail.com

      Thanks for the visit and greetings from Brazil!

      Mauther

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  3. Your models are awesome, thanks. I need a quick clarification though: the templates are BMP files, is there a preferred mode to print them so that they're the right size?

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    1. Hello, Jaime,

      Thanks for your nice words! :)

      The templates are im .bpm because the print quality is better than .jpg. Just open with your prefered image viewer (Windows Live Photo Gallry, etc) and when go to print, config to fit in the page. don`t print directly from MsPaint, because it will be out of size (bigger).

      Any doubt, just tell me, please.

      Greetings from Brazil!

      Mauther
      mautherous@gmail.com

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  4. A very great creative piece...!!! We posted a "Shout-Out" about This April post... I told them to visit "Papermau" for this great project....

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    1. Hello, Dr. Theda,

      Thanks again for the "Shot-Out". very kind of you!

      Greetings from Brazil!

      Mauther

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