Okay, this might make a great New Year’s Day project while trying to avoid the in-laws, but my track record for complex models is dismal. Anyway, when checking up on the Canon Papercraft site, I noticed a new 747 kit in British Airways livery.
With 14 pages of parts and some rather intricate cuts, this is definitely not a beginner kit. At the same site are links to their other “heavy metal” papercraft including an Airbus A320 and a Airbus A340.
Looking to give your eyes a break from the monitor on a long virtual flight? Tired of flying planes that don’t really exist in the material world? Not a flightsim fan, but looking for a new papermodel project? Well, PaperInside.com has the papermodel (cardmodel for those card people) for you. Recently released is the Embraer Phenom 100 model consisting of three pages of parts and three pages of instructions. The model comes with a stand, so if your good, you can show it off. This one looks pretty simple (compared to Canon’s Starflyer A320 model) and should look good on anyone’s bookshelf. Head on over and check it out. If you like it, please leave a donation to make sure future become availalble.
If you are not into business jets, they also have an Embraer Super Tucano complete with missiles! It is definitely not for the novice!