Papercraft Mitsubishi FTO


I've been having difficulty finding good papercraft projects for you readers, so be glad this super detailed model of the Mitsubishi FTO surfaced on the web! It's very detailed, consists of many parts, you will need plastic sheets to create the windscreen and windows.



It's crazy detailed, the doors are able to open and even the interior is constructed from paper. It's supposed to be on display at the Mistubishi Museum in Japan.

I quote the author, "To reproduce the FTO's unique curved surfaces as closely as possible, there are many parts, and to successfully construct it, you will need a lot of skill and patience. Also, the headlights and window panes make use of transparent parts of OHP sheet, and perfectly recreating the cockpit is exceptionally difficult and frustrating. For those with free time and persistence, I highly recommend this challenge. Otherwise you will struggle with this one."

Check it out here
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9 comments:

connorg60 said...

cool car papercraft

Mayur said...

Tried It and it took me ages!!!

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I love this design, mainly because has perfect finish, and also it has been the car of my dreams since I was 8 years old.

Clint Moore said...

That's papercraft?! That's amazing! At first I thought it was some kind of a plastic model of a Mitsubishi. Burlington, Ontario has a lot of those plastic models. I like buying those since I really like Mitsubishi cars. I even have one at home. I always take it to that shop that does car service Burlington has for a regular check on the engine. Well anyway, I hope to see more of your papercrafts soon, eh?

Kevyn Hagemann said...

What the? You mean to say that it's all made of paper? The guy who did that must really have a lot of time in his hands. I wonder if he can do a papercraft of a jeep soon. Now, I wonder if the dealer at Edmonton has that car in stock.

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Wow looks nice I like it very much, I wonder why but I think that I'm gonna print some, thanks

hcg said...

I have been looking for sites like this for a long time. Thank you!

safemeds said...

A Papercraft of a FTO amazing! I would like to know if you can do a Papercraft of a Pajero 2011 that would impress me more.

Chaya said...

The link isn't werking anymore. Where can I download it?