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i dunno why i did this. its really late (early?) and i alway wanted paper dolls.
scaled to aprrox height, glued on cellfoam88 and cut out with xacto blade.

maybe next ill do a girls und panzer completed with a scale panzer IV auf F2.

scale is about 1foot = 1 inch. fabolia and tina are both 4.5 inch tall. ikaros tops in at 5.8 (platform shoes) and Ryuko comes in at just about 5 inch/feet. or, and tusbaki is 5.8, cus the hair.

still need kaname chidori, and mao. gotta have mao. still trying to track down a decent image of roberta cisneros, as well as astrea, and nymph.

need a chika, and a red chaika, too. probly throw in maka as well.
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Hey, these are pretty cool. :D.. Good work.
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Nice work, but too simple for my tastes.
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That's an odd place to keep baking soda. Anyway, good job. I haven't done anything like that since I was a kid, because how how much of a pain it is to keep up with them. Do you have anything in mind to help prevent damage to the pictures?
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not really. i figure some laqure might help. photo paper would be an improvement. maybe some balsa wood and a PCB endmill to cut them out next time. has to be matte paper tho.

think i found a new hobby.

edit: its washing soda. use it for devloping 35mm black and white film. i dunno what its supposed to be used for, lol.
Posted 11/13/14
I think they are really neat, lol. Please be sure to keep them safe.
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aeb0717 wrote:

That's an odd place to keep baking soda.


pffft i didn't even notice it

idk i think they're cool, may do some myself cuz i can't afford figures lol
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Posted 11/13/14

Sogno- wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

That's an odd place to keep baking soda.


pffft i didn't even notice it

idk i think they're cool, may do some myself cuz i can't afford figures lol



same. i keep wanting a ryuko matoi action figure. just can bring myself to blow 50 usd.

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So I guess its okay to still want paper dolls as an adult.

We use to make our own paper dolls designed from scratch when I was a child. I've even make the clothes with backs and fronts. Pleats weren't drawn they were fold I supposed origami style. We never used figures from any shows, books, cartoons etc. It was great fun. If the paper doll got old and bendy we'd say they have a broken foot and make leg braces or casts to straighten the leg out, same thing with arms. When the neck got too floppy it was time to make a new doll.

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i do love that it has a very old school feel to it. i still use film cameras, and drive a 86 suzuki i love. i guess it fits, lol.
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Posted 11/13/14

nemoskull wrote:

not really. i figure some laqure might help. photo paper would be an improvement. maybe some balsa wood and a PCB endmill to cut them out next time. has to be matte paper tho.

think i found a new hobby.

edit: its washing soda. use it for devloping 35mm black and white film. i dunno what its supposed to be used for, lol.


Washing soda is used for, well, washing. It's commonly used as an ingredient in homemade detergent.

I used to get a kick out of setting up paper doll scenery in fourth and fifth grade. I'd spend classes drawing, cutting them out, and taping them to my desk. I liked to set up miniature nature and monster scenes. I would include dead animals, and even some visibly rotting or being eaten by whatever caught them. I was/am a little morbid, but I was really into making the scenes semi-realistic with predation.
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Sir_jamesalot wrote:

Nice work, but too simple for my tastes.


I have to agree.
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Posted 11/14/14

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Posted 11/14/14
Love the Fabiola one. She is awesome.
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Posted 11/14/14
wait these came out of a regular printer? like that's paper i'm looking at O_O
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