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Ferrari F1 Collection of Milan Paulus
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  1. JunkGTZ's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
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    I imagine many of you already know of this man's work - entirely in paper with plaster overlay. He is from the Czech Republic and makes 1:6 renderings of famous Ferrari F1 cars, usually without blueprints. It's an impressive collection he's put together in about a decade. Enjoy.

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  2. Jens Andersen's Avatar Active Member
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    Amazing what he did !!
    This man is a Real caracter too. I would love to have him as my neighbor . He would fit in my vilage ;)
    Thanks for showing
    Jens Andersen
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  3. JunkGTZ's Avatar VIP/Sponsor
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    I think what fascinates me about his work is that he uses very simple and easily sourced materials. He does amazing work with what he has available to him, and although various types of heavy papers can get expensive, you still can get fairly large pieces of material for your investment. The level of detail might not be the same as some of the scratch builds made from 3d printing, or metal and machined materials, but it is still enjoyable. I'm not even of this level, but I think I could do things with paper that would be especially helpful in mocking up things I would make from other materials. I'd love to meet this guy someday.
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