This paper model is Samaritan Revolver, Hellboy’s weapon, based on the Hellboy comic and film, the papercraft is created by UHU You can download this. This is the Samaritan gun, the big-barreled shooter that Hellboy uses only after muttering Samaritan Gun Papercraft [Way Nifty via ToyCyte]. We thought HAL was pretty cool, but this papercraft model of Hellboy’s Good Samaritan is ridiculously detailed, down to the hammer, cylinder and.
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I’ve made up a ring of paper to the measurments of part 6, made by tightly winding strip of lightly glued paper around a suitably sized former in my case, a curtain roduntil it reached the required diameter, it then gn its ends well soaked with superglue and sanded flat, making a VERY tough ring that should handle fair bit of abuse.
I the painted most of it silver, as it would be difficult to reach with a brush later on. If you ever leave the house with it, make sure it’s in a case. The barrel with the rifling takes the cake! I’ve gone the extra and moved up to spray putty a type of thick, heavy build body spray, available from auto parts suppliers for the main sections, as there’s no detail to obscure yet, and it will hopefully make the job quicker.
The second layer fills in much of the area not coverd by the first. Check out the video after the jump…. The techniques used in this thread ore not vun card modelling techniques, but rather show how I build a card model using the design as basis for a much stronger and hopefully more realistic version.
Try doing that with your regular card model! Some blue Regal blue, in this case and a touch more black was added and the process repeated, a bit less intensly than the first two layers, but evening out the colour a bit more.
The archway in which this was glues was skinned over completly with two layers of well glued card to give a secure anchorage. The kit comes with a printed liner, but of course I wanted proper rifling, so I cut some thin card into strips an applied the to the printed part.
I really hope it fits past the catch thingy on the back I needed a redesign from the original, as the proper one has a different shape. Still, I can start laminating my Thompson. The time now is I noticed watching the movie the other night that there’s a large screw there, so I’ll be going down that route.
All parts have been given a thourough coating of superglue, before sanding, primering, supergluing a bit more in spots, sanding some more etc etc. What I hope to do is take a well designed model, which if made “straight from the printer’ will look something like this: Next picture shows a couple of additions to the basic model, that are aesy to add and easily visible in photo’s of the real one.
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You can download the pieces from the link. A trick for cutting such heavy laminations is to cut one layer at a time, stick it to the next layer and use it as a template to cut the next layer. Here’s a picture of the carnage so far: I’m about as far as Jellboy can go until the weather clears up a bit.
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This method gives an amazingly strong component, papercradt stronger than an equivelent plastic part. The huge size of this weapon is really becoming apparent now. Send a private message to mousemuffins. Okay, in the tradition of all things card modeling, I’m going to start a new project before I finish the last one see nothings colt navy build thread Send a private message to ThunderChild.
Great for tight rounded concave corners. So I’ve added extra rings in the middle, and papercraftt with simple tubes at the front, and horseshoe shapes in the top, but this leaves me with a seam accross the middle of the chambers that the “proper” design wouldn’t. Page 1 of 4. Not a fault of the model, per-se, just a personal choice. UHU02’s Hellboy Samaritan build Okay, in the tradition of all things card modeling, I’m going to start a new project before I finish the last one see nothings colt navy build thread I use a auto primer matt black which dries satin, for some odd reason because it dries much tougher and more durable than a cheap generic spraycan.
Smells a bit though. Send a private message to Plastic Bonsai.
UHU02’s Hellboy Samaritan build –
I have used a small quantity of plastic tubing for this job, as sometimes you just have to use the right material to make something work. These last layers were applied with more of a scrubbing motion and very little paint on the brush. Something the instructions would have you do is leave one side of the frame papervraft so you can fit a retaining pin inside and then close it up.
And here it all is againwhich essentially completes the barrel assembly with the exception of the sights and screw details. BB code is On. I don’t hellgoy I’ve ever seen a cardmodel turned into something so fantasticly detailed and so apparently real! It is really fantastic. This is the basic plan for all parts, but you will need to plan ahead, and subtract a bit from many parts to allow for the thickness of card on other edges.
I left it overnight. A superglue accelerator is also usful, but not hugely important. So the first thing to do is make it look horrible. Just a few more minor details to add, and of course I need to make up a handfull of shells to load it with. The thing you want to acheive when painting a model this size, is not to have the whole thing just one colour.
Next trick it to cut out your first pieces, trace around them, cut out the new piece 1mm inside the line, and glue it palercraft the first. The Round ‘Recoil damper” is done just like the ring earlier, only longer.