Monday, September 29, 2008

Teiji Murakami's Mitsubishi FTO

While I try to make my own papercrafts as easy as possible to build for everyone (I'm trying to do so on my new secret project as well ;o) I do enjoy the skill involved in building really detailed models.

Like this Mitsubishi FTO made by Teiji Murakami. The files on his own website are in LZH-archive format, which you can open with WinRar or 7-Zip.

But if don't like unfamiliar file extensions, you can also get the parts for the model in the more common ZIP-format from Steve Hamming's Mitsubishi FTO fansite.

Have fun building!

8 comments:

  1. You built this? :O

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  2. No, the model is from Teji Murakami, and the picture is from his own build I think. You can download it from his site (see the links in the post).

    Have fun building!

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  3. The link isn't working anymore. Where van I download it?

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    1. It seems like both sites are gone, but it looks like the download link on this archived version of Steve Hammings Mitsubishi-FTO site still work: https://web.archive.org/web/20120319151712/http://www.mitsubishi-fto.org/info/papercraft.htm

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    2. It doesn't work.. Can you try it and maybe e-mail it to me? chaya_10@hotmail.com

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    3. The download link on the archived version of the version should work, if not keep trying or try contacting the people that made it or try looking for people that uploaded it to their own site. I'm afraid I can't send it to you, sorry...!

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  4. I got it! It didn't work on my phone, but on another device it worked. Thank you!!

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    1. Ah yes! Phone browsers often don't have the same possibilities as on other devices; but I'm very happy you were able to get it now, have fun building! ;o)

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