Saturday, June 1, 2019

The Ephemeral Museum - The Ancient Temple Paper Model
Assembled by Peana Di Piombo


The above model was assembled by modeler and Italian Wargames enthusiast Peana Di Piombo. I found the photo by chance while doing random searches for the blog on Google. If you want to build your own Ancient Temple, the link to download the templates is right below, as always. If you are interested in Wargames, I think you will like Peana's website (link below too).


O modelo acima foi montado pelo modelista e entusiásta de Wargames italiano Peana Di Piombo. Eu achei a foto por acaso, enquanto fazia buscas aleatórias para o blog no Google. Se você quiser montar seu próprio Templo Antigo, o link para baixar os templates está logo abaixo, com sempre. Se você se interessa por Wargames, eu creio que irá gostar do site de Peana (link abaixo também).


Link to download the model: The Ancient Temple Paper Model - by Papermau - Download Now!

Link to Peana`s website: Peana Di Piombo - Passion For Ancient Wargaming Website

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About the Ephemeral Museum:

I "am in the paper modeling" since 2005, although I've had contact with paper models from my childhood in the 1970s, via magazines that were sold sporadically in newsagents. I remember magazines with houses to build and dioramas/playsets of airports, western forts, nativity scenes and the like. With the advent of the internet what happened was simply a revival of the papercraft hobby for me and many other people of my generation. The Ephemeral Museum is a place where I will show some of the models that I built all these years. I would also like this to be a space where all modelers friends could show their work, so if anyone wants to participate in this "museum", just send photos of your work and a few words, if you want, to the e-mail:

mautherous@gmail.com

All who submit their work will be published, without exceptions.


Eu "estou no papelmodelismo" desde 2005, embora eu já tivesse contato com modelos de papel desde minha infância, nos anos 1970, via revistas que eram vendidas esporadicamente em bancas de jornal. Lembro que haviam revistas com casas para montar e dioramas/playsets de aeroportos, fortes-apache, presépios e coisas do tipo. Com o advento da internet o que houve foi simplesmente um renascimento do hobby do papelmodelismo para mim e muitas outras pessoas de minha geração. O Ephemeral Museum é um lugar aonde irei mostrar alguns dos modelos que eu construí em todos estes anos. Também gostaria que esse fosse um espaço aonde todos os amigos modelistas pudessem mostrar seus trabalhos, sendo assim, se alguém quiser participar deste "museu", basta mandar fotos de seu trabalho e algumas palavras para o e-mail abaixo:

mautherous@gmail.com

Todos que enviarem seus trabalhos serão publicados, sem exceções.


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Miniature Japanese Dental Clinic Paper Model - by Otomo Sika



Occupying four sheets of paper, this Japanese Dental Clinic is in a scale approximate to 1/64. A nice model for Dioramas, RPG and Wargames.



Ocupando quatro folhas de papel, esta Clínica Dentária Japonesa está em uma escala aproximada de 1/64. Um bom modelo para Dioramas, RPG e Wargames.




Link: Miniature.Japanese.Dental.Clinic.Paper.Model.by.Otomo.Sika


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Hamasana & Iwasegawa Japanese Power Stations Paper Models
by Miyazaki Prefecture


Here are two Japanese Power Stations offered by Miyazaki Prefecture website that are perfect for Dioramas and School Works. You will find a color version that occupies two sheets of paper and a blank version, in three sheets.


Aqui estão duas centrais elétricas japonesas oferecidas pelo site da Prefeitura de Miyazaki que são perfeitas para Dioramas e Trabalhos Escolares. Você encontrará uma versão colorida que ocupa duas folhas de papel e uma versão em branco, em três folhas.



Link: Hamasana.&.Iwasegawa.Japanese.Power.Stations.Paper.Models.by.Miyazaki.Prefecture


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Cardboard Medieval Style House - A Tutorial With Templates
by Papermau - Part 01


Today I start to post a tutorial with templates of a medieval style house, all made of cardboard.The parts are numbered, so just glue equal numbers with equal numbers and I advise you to use cardboard about 5 mm thick. I used a hot glue gun to glue most of the pieces because the adhesion is virtually instantaneous and I do not need to stand holding the parts until the glue dries. I used 10 mm (1 centimeter) cardboard and I had a lot of work to cut the pieces. to make the reliefs of the roofs, the chimney bricks and other details, I used 3mm cardboard paper. Today I leave here the templates and some photos of what I have done so far. More soon. A good weekend for everyone.

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Hoje eu começo a postar um tutorial com templates de uma casa em estilo medieval, toda feita de papelão. As partes estão numeradas, então é só colar números iguais com números iguais e eu aconselho que você use papelão de mais ou menos 5 mm de espessura. Eu usei uma pistola de cola quente para colar a maioria das peças porque a adesão é praticamente instantânea e eu não preciso ficar segurando as partes até que a cola seque. Usei papelão de 10 mm (1 centímetro) e tive um bocado de trabalho para cortar as peças. para fazer os relevos dos telhados, dos tijolos da chaminé e outros detalhes, eu usei papel cartão de 3 mm. Hoje deixo aqui os templates e algumas fotos do que eu já fiz até agora. Mais em breve. Bom final de semana para todos.


Download templates here: Cardboard.Medieval.Style.House.Templates.by.Papermau.Download.Now!




Download templates here: Cardboard.Medieval.Style.House.Templates.by.Papermau.Download.Now!


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Friday, May 31, 2019

WWI`s Albatross D.V German Aircraft Paper Model In SD Style
by Paper Factory


The Japanese designer Taki, from Paper Factory website, created this beautiful paper model in SD style (super deformed style) of the German fighter Albatros D.V. The Albatros D.V was a fighter aircraft built by the Albatros Flugzeugwerke and used by the Luftstreitkräfte (Imperial German Air Service) during World War I. The D.V was the final development of the Albatros D.I family and the last Albatros fighter to see operational service. Despite its well-known shortcomings and general obsolescence, approximately 900 D.V and 1,612 D.Va aircraft were built before production halted in early 1918. The D.Va continued in operational service until the end of the war.


O designer japonês Taki, do site Paper Factory, criou este belo modelo de papel em estilo SD (estilo super deformado) do caça alemão Albatros D.V. O Albatros D.V foi um avião de caça e de reconhecimento armado monoposto alemão utilizado pela Luftstreitkräfte, durante a Primeira Guerra Mundial. O D.V foi o desenvolvimento final da família Albatros D.I, e o último caça Albatros em serviço operacional. Apesar de suas conhecidas deficiências e obsolescência geral, cerca de 900 aeronaves D.V e 1 612 D.Va foram construídas antes que a produção ser interrompida no início de 1918. O D.Va continuou em serviço operacional até o final da guerra.



Link: WWI`s.Albatross.D.V.Aircraft.Paper.Model.by.Paper.Factory


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Kawagoe Bell Of Time Clock Tower Paper Model - by Shukuka1014



Occupying only one printed sheet, this is the paper model of the Kawagoe Bell Of Time Clock Tower, created by Japanese designer and modeler Shukuka1014. 400 years have passed since the construction of the "Bell of Time" clock tower in "Little Edo", Kawagoe, Japan. In the old days, the bell was manually rung at specific times, but it now rings to tell the time mechanically, four times a day (6:00, 12:00, 15:00, 18:00). It's also locally known as Kanetsukidō (Bell Tower in Japanese).



Ocupando apenas uma folha impressa, este é o modelo de papel da Torre do Sino do Tempo, criado pelo designer e modelista japonês Shukuka1014. 400 anos se passaram desde a construção da torre do relógio "Sino do Tempo", localizado na Pequena Edo, Kawagoe, Japão. Antigamente, o sino tocava manualmente em horários específicos, mas agora tem mecanismo automático que toca quatro vezes por dia (6:00, 12:00, 15:00, 18:00). Também é conhecido localmente como Kanetsukidō (Torre do Sino em japonês).




Link: Kawagoe.Bell.Of.Time.Clock.Tower.Paper.Model.by.Shukuka1014


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Yoshi's Crafted World - Easy-To-Build Decorative Diorama For Kids
by Play Nintendo


A miniature handcrafted world made by you! For this artsty-craftsy activity you can create an amazing diorama like one you might find in the Yoshi’s Crafted World videogame. You can even design the Flip-Side of the diorama to show what’s going on behind the scenes! - Play Nintendo


Um mundo artesanal em miniatura feito por você! Para esta atividade manual você pode criar um incrível diorama como o que você vê no videogame Yoshi's Crafted World. Você pode até criar o lado inverso do diorama para mostrar o que está acontecendo nos bastidores! - Play Nintendo



Link: Yoshi's.Crafted.World.Easy.To.Build.Decorative.Diorama.For.Kids.by.Play.Nintendo


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Thursday, May 30, 2019

Japanese Aircraft Carrier Akitsu Maru Paper Model In 1/350 Scale
by Paper Model Studio


The Real Thing
Akitsu Maru was a Japanese landing craft depot ship and escort aircraft carrier operated by the Imperial Japanese Army. In some sources Akitsu Maru and her sister ship Nigitsu Maru are also considered to be the first amphibious assault ships. Akitsu Maru was a passenger liner taken over before completion by the Imperial Japanese Army. The ship was fitted with a flight deck above the hull, but had no hangar so the aircraft were stored below the flight deck on the original main deck. Conventional aircraft were able to fly off from her deck but could not land aboard due to the short deck length and lack of landing mechanisms, although in July 1944 KX arresting gear was fitted on the flight deck. On Thursday 18 November 1943 Akitsu Maru, while in company with the torpedo boat Tomozuru, was torpedoed off the entrance to Manila Bay by the United States submarine Crevalle. Crevalle incorrectly reported Akitsu Maru as sunk. Akitsu Maru was sunk by the United States submarine Queenfish on 15 November 1944. There were 2,046 men, mainly of the IJA's 64th Infantry Regiment, who were killed. Her sister ship Nigitsu Maru was sunk by the submarine Hake on 12 January 1944, with the loss of 574 men.


Akitsu Maru era um porta-aviões japonês de desembarque e escolta operado pelo Exército Imperial Japonês. Em algumas fontes, Akitsu Maru e seu navio irmão Nigitsu Maru também são considerados os primeiros navios de assalto anfíbio. Akitsu Maru era um navio de passageiros antes de ser confiscado pelo Exército Imperial Japonês. O navio foi equipado com um convés de vôo acima do casco, mas não tinha hangar para que a aeronave fosse armazenada abaixo do convés. As aeronaves convencionais conseguiam voar do seu convés, mas não podiam pousar a bordo devido ao comprimento curto do convés e à falta de mecanismos de aterrissagem. Numa quinta-feira, 18 de novembro de 1943, o Akitsu Maru, na companhia do torpedeiro Tomozuru, foi torpedeado na entrada da Baía de Manila pelo submarino americano Crevalle. Crevalle informou incorretamente que o Akitsu Maru havia afundado. Ele foi realmente afundado pelo submarino Queenfish dos Estados Unidos em 15 de novembro de 1944. Haviam 2.046 homens, principalmente do 64º Regimento de Infantaria da IJA, que foram mortos. Sua nau irmã Nigitsu Maru foi afundada pelo submarino Hake em 12 de janeiro de 1944, com a perda de 574 homens.



Link: WW2`s.Japanese.Aircraft.Carrier.Akitsu.Maru.Paper.Model.by.Paper.Model.Studio


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Vintage Mexican Dress Up Paper Dolls With Typical Costumes
by Midory Snider


These beautiful Vintage Mexican Dress Up Paper Dolls with Typical Costumes were preserved and are now shared by Midory Snider, from In The Labyrinth website.


Estas belas bonecas de Papel Mexicanas em Estilo Dress Up com Trajes Típicos foram preservadas e são agora compartilhadas por Midory Snider, do site In The Labyrinth.



Link: Vintage.Mexican.Dress.Up.Paper.Dolls.With.Typical.Costumes.by.Midory.Snider


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An Easy-To-Build Mini City Playset Papercraft For Kids - by Brother



Offered by Brother Japan website, here is a complete and easy-to-build Mini City playset papercraft, that is perfect for little kids. You will find shops, houses, hospital, police headquarter and fire brigade, trees, cars, trucks, and a lot of characters to make a complete and full of life city at your room. Take children away from video games and cell phones and let them use their imagination and hands for something more productive than pressing button sequences that can cause even injuries, such as tendonitis. I speak from experience: life goes by flying, children grow up fast and all the time you spend together will make a beneficial difference in the formation and future of them. Believe me.


Oferecido pelo site da Brother Japan, aqui está uma Mini Cidade completa e bem fácil de montar, que é perfeita para crianças pequenas. Você vai encontrar lojas, casas, hospitais, delegacia de polícia e quartel de bombeiros, árvores, carros, caminhões e um monte de personagens para fazer uma cidade completa e cheia de vida em sua sala. Tire as crianças da frente dos videogames e dos celulares e deixe que elas usem a imaginação e as mãos para algo mais produtivo que apertar sequências de botões que podem causar até mesmo lesões, tais como tendinites. Eu falo por experiência própria: a vida passa voando, as crianças crescem rápido e todo o tempo que vocês passarem juntos vai fazer uma diferença benéfica na formação e no futuro delas. Acredite em mim.



Link: An.Easy.To.Build.Mini.City.Playset.Papercraft.For.Kids.by.Brother


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Benzai-Kan - An Ancient Japanese Merchant Ship Paper Model
by Shukuka1014


Occupying two printed sheets, this is the paper model of an old merchant ship from Japan, created by Japanese designer and modeler Shukuka1014. Benzai-kan, or Sengoku-sen was a Japanese ship that was said to be able to transport the load of rice of thousand ships. In his glorious days, it made the Kitamae route.


Ocupando duas folhas impressa, este é o modelo de papel de um antigo navio mercante do Japão, criado pelo designer e modelista japonês Shukuka1014. Benzai-kan, ou Sengoku-sen era um navio japonês que se dizia poder transportar a carga de arroz de mil barcos. Em seus gloriosos dias, ele fazia a rota Kitamae.


Link: Benzai.Kan.An.Ancient.Japanese.Merchant.Ship.Paper.Model.by.Shukuka1014


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