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Thread: Cardboard GAZ Volga M-21 models.

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    Sammy, there is no such thing as a bad model. If you worked hard on it, be proud of it. Each model you build will be better than the one before it. Please post pictures of it.

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    Sammy,

    Where did you go? I wanted to find out if you were making progress with your model.

    Mark

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    I built another simple paper model of a Volga GAZ M-21. I used cardstock, a thick paper. Crayons were used to apply colors (periwinkle blue and wedgewood blue). The structure is of the simple one-box type. Completed 9-23-09.

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    One more photo.
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    Looks like I need to do a better job on this one to do it justice, since the Volga M-21 is my favorite Russian car. For one thing, the crayon coloring just doesn't get it, although crayons do make it easier to apply multiple colors. I should use colored paper next time.

    Secondly, on the above model I made the hood too short, and the rear overhang a bit too long.

    I have three Studebaker Avanti's to build for someone, but when those are done, I want to make another effort at the M-21.

    Mark

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    This looks like a nice hobby to make a car out of cardboard. I would love to learn the art of making cars out of cardboard. It would be nice if someone would be kind enough to show me, step by step. Thanks! BTW, I'm Adrian, from Trinidad and Tobago and I love all those Russian cars I've seen here on this site.

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    I'll try to start another Volga M-21 soon, and post photos of the process.

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    Thanks. That will be great!:)

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    First, start with pictures of the real car, for reference.
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    The above pictures were downloded from a website. I can't remember which one, but it might have been Flickr.

    Next, draw plans, using your reference pictures as a guide. I draw my plans approximately to the scale of 1/2 inch to the foot. These plans are not yet complete.
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