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Posted By: sakrison

Posted On: May 25, 2011
Views: 1077
Unfinished builds

I've thrown away a few that had serious fit problems or other design issues. I've set aside a few that had inadequate instructions, hoping other modelers might fill the gaps. And I've had a few (armor comes to mind) that just got too tedious to hold my interest.

Posted By: clevermod01

Posted On: May 25, 2011
Views: 1079
unfinished models

I have created designs that upon test building were abandoned and redesigned. back to the drawing board.

Posted By: wildman

Posted On: May 24, 2011
Views: 1099
not finish a model

I have half a dozen models which are not complete.
But somw day they probably will be.
I doubt there is such a thing as a model that can't be finished.
Just some that are not done yet!


Posted By: Seb

Posted On: May 21, 2011
Views: 363
I had 2

I had 2 in fact, I kept the pieces and still do, but NEVER bothered retrying :P I stuffed them anyway lol.

Posted By: origamifolder

Posted On: May 21, 2011
Views: 387

I have not found any I could not complete except a few that were so poorly designed in the first place that I could not make them work.

Posted By: ninjatoes

Posted On: May 21, 2011
Views: 392
You don't *have* finish a model in one go...! ;o)

Many people get into papercraft after seeing a paper model of their favourite videogame/movie hero, and they want to try and make one too.

Most of the times, they end up being surprised of how much patience and determination they have to finish it (papercraft is a very timeconsuming hobby after all... ;o) but sometimes, the model really ends up being *too* timeconsuming or just too difficult for them...

But the fun part of papercraft is, that you can just save the parts somewhere, and try again later when you feel like it! ;o)