That's a tricky question to answer...... It depends how big you think a real Eagle would be. There does seem to be a bit of dispute about that.Without rescale, do someone know what scale is this paper eagle.
That's a tricky question to answer...... It depends how big you think a real Eagle would be. There does seem to be a bit of dispute about that.
In relation to the studio models it's kind of half way between the smallest and the middle size one. The paper model, at designed size, is roughly 17" long.
It's available on the paper model pirate sites. Not going to give you the link because they make money from other peoples hard work.
I'm very impressed with models made by the folks on this thread.
So, i've gone and re uploaded a zip with the original sheets that were available before websamba went down.
However, this zip is not for paper modelers wanting a copy for their archive.
This zip is just for you guys. I've been wanting to give you these files for a while but only recently plugged my old hard drive into my current machine. The important file is the 3D model of the parts used to make the paper model, hopefully you can put it to good use.
FYI it's a highly simplified version of tobors 3D eagle, so to make any additional detail parts use his 3D model as a base.
(this file is only for eagletransporter.com, this is the only site I will allow this file to be re-distributed on, please re-upload and update the link if it dies)
This file contains :-
The original 'white' parts used for the design test build.
The final sheets that were released.
These colored sheets are by Marc Robitalle.
The html instructions needed to figure out where all the parts go.
Some parts changed, some were added, a few are alternatives, it's not difficult
to figure out where they all go.
An uncolored and untested experiment for a raisable leg.
contains the sheet and the 3D model
Contains the actual 3D model used to create the paper model - complexeagle.zip
This model is a collection of all of the individual parts placed into roughly
the correct position. All color used in the instructions have been removed.
This zip also contains 'two' more 3D models that may be of interest to someone.
1) eagle fighter, a concept for a fighter that could be mounted in the same
position as the 'pod'
2) warp eagle - enuff said. There are actually 4 models within this file, only
the warp model is visible, you'll have to find the others for yourself.
Something for easter.