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Paper SSV Normandy SR1 by DaiShiHUN Paper SSV Normandy SR1 by DaiShiHUN
The SSV Normandy SR1 from Mass Effect.

This the most gorgeous spacecraft I've ever seen. So i had to make it from paper. I've used some wire to stabilize the engine pods, just under the nozzle joints and trough the main body.

Download [HERE]

Original texture and model belongs to Bioware
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:iconwesker86:
Wesker86 Sep 29, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
So very awesome!
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:iconpockynightmare:
how's the difficulty? i'm kinda gifting in things of crafting but i've never tried a paper craft...
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:icondaishihun:
I wouldnt advise starting with this template if this is your first try. but other than that id give it a medium/hard difficulity.
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:iconpockynightmare:
okay thank you :D i'll start with something more simple then :3
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:iconnytonial:
the frame seems far too big for the outer part....
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:icondaishihun:
I didn't have any problem building it (I have like 3 other models unfolded but i wont upload them till i have built them to make sure they're ok). So if its printed right there shouldn't be a problem, ofc if you make it from really thick paper you probably have to compensate for the paper thickness.
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:iconbhaad:
thank you for the model!
i made it [link]
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:iconbasestar8002:
Just two questions:
Was this done with regular A4 printer paper?
What are the dimensions?

Otherwise, this is just downright amazing!
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:icondaishihun:
No i use thicker paper, cant say exactly because its not printed on the package,but its about 160-180 gr paper as far as I can tell.
Other than that its A4 sheets and printed with a regular inkjet printer (the paint cracked up on laser printed templates for me)

Can't say for sure now (Im at work), but i think its about 50-53 cm long.

Thx!
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:iconkylleblack:
really awesome job.

I started assembling and have a doubt: the wire parts is fixed inside with glue?
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