HELLBOY GUN PAPERCRAFT PDF
This paper model is Samaritan Revolver, Hellboy’s weapon, based on the Hellboy comic and film, the papercraft is created by UHU You can download this. This is the Samaritan gun, the big-barreled shooter that Hellboy uses only after muttering Samaritan Gun Papercraft [Way Nifty via ToyCyte]. We thought HAL was pretty cool, but this papercraft model of Hellboy’s Good Samaritan is ridiculously detailed, down to the hammer, cylinder and.
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While I’m waiting for the cylinder to set up, I’ve started on the frame. I have used superglue to strengthen small hllboy hulls but never saw it used to the level of expertise you have shown.
Actually, this model is very well suited to this building approach, with all its flat sides and sharp angles, and simple colouring.
I think I’ve made this more complicated than nessesary, by asuming that I could build it better than designed, without actually testing to see how the design worked in the first place. I use a auto primer matt black which dries satin, for some odd reason because it dries much tougher and more durable than a cheap generic spraycan.
Find all posts by Plastic Bonsai. I remember laughing at afternoon cartoons whenever papercragt cartoon bomb would blow up in an animated characters face…. The BPRD logos were picked out in papercrafh dirty silver colour ; and highlighted and shaded a bit for a bit extra life ; The archway paprcraft which this was glues was skinned over completly with two layers of well glued card to give a secure anchorage. A superglue accelerator is also usful, but not hugely important.
I was never really great at papercrafts.
UHU02’s Hellboy Samaritan build –
One of the simplest improvement to the basic kit is to cut out the slots on the side of the top strap. I’ve gone the extra and moved up to spray putty a type of thick, heavy build body spray, available from auto parts suppliers for the main sections, as there’s no detail to obscure yet, and it will hopefully make the job quicker. The techniques used in this thread ore not traditional card modelling techniques, but rather show how I build a card model using the design as basis for a much stronger and hopefully more realistic version.
The Round ‘Recoil damper” is done just like the ring earlier, only longer. So I’ve added extra rings in the middle, and gone with simple tubes at the front, and horseshoe shapes in the top, but this leaves me with a seam accross the middle of the chambers that the “proper” design wouldn’t.
Bullets And Paper Cuts: Hellboy’s Samaritan – Geekologie
If you ever leave the house with it, make sure it’s in a case. I made this as a full tube and cut it to fit. The whole lower section of the frame right to the back near the handle is pretty much solid laminated cardboard. The trigger guard has also been roughed out.
Samaritan-Gun Hellboy Revolver Papercraft
UHU02’s Hellboy Samaritan build. I noticed watching the movie the other night that there’s a large screw there, so I’ll be going down that route. Find all posts by ThunderChild. Firstly, papercrafft major parts, all undecoated black.
The swivelling arm at the back of the weapon that swings upwards to open the cylinder break is incorrect. The barrel clamp was laminated up to 5mm thick, and fixed paperrcaft place. These last layers were applied with more of a scrubbing motion and very little paint on the brush.
Second, a bit of a bulge at the rear of the recoil compensator tube. Check out the video after the jump….
I’ve carved the grips from balsa again, as I did with the Colt Navy, and as you can see from the pictures, I made a bit of a mistake and had to add a bit of extra material to the front ‘cos I took a bit too much gub. BB code is On. What I hope to do is take a well designed model, which if made “straight from the printer’ will look something like this: This method gives an amazingly strong component, much stronger papercrzft an equivelent plastic part.
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The rest of the build has gone relatively smoothly so far, don’t forget to hlelboy the edges of the outer barrel pices so they fit nice and tight together. It’s puts me in mind of 12 guage shotgun sort of size.