UD-4L Cheyenne Dropship 1:24 Papercraft Model

Started by Griffith, Jun 16, 2014, 09:55:58 PM

UD-4L Cheyenne Dropship 1:24 Papercraft Model (Read 11,719 times)


Hi guys, a year ago I submitted into this forum the amazing work done by Jan Rükr http://www.avpgalaxy.net/forum/index.php?topic=36010.0 with his marvelous USS Sulaco papercraft model where you can download and build for free here http://www.sulaco.cz/home.html in case you miss it you can check out the quality of this fellow Aliens fan work by looking at these:

I know that bitch is huge!!

The seriousness and effort put on that project if you can take a min. and look at the research at the website is quite impressive (like where is the location of the EEV modules for example)

Anyway the point is that this awesome guy is back again on his Dropship 1:24 papercraft model, which will include the APC also, please take a min through these paparcrafting boards where Jan is constantly updating, like today's last update.



I'm pretty excited about this project since the UD-4L Cheyenne Dropship caught me as a kid the first time I saw it on TV, I can't wait to see it finished not to mention how is he going to solve some design aspects that need to be reworked for practical porpouses.

I hope you guys find this interesting as much as me.



That is intense! I wonder how much money on ink is necessary to make that as well as the specific kind of paper!


..he's also building the f**king HANGAR of the Sulaco.  :o

good lord, that's a ton of work.


That's so f***ing impressive !  :o


Who's da Jan!!


...his dropship is gonna have moving parts...

oh my gawdddddddddd


 ... ( i can't tell how awesome that would be )

  Hope I live long enough to see this .  :D


That's better than the actual models in the film! Fantastic work of art.


Zealots papercraft thread has been quiet for a while, I check everyday for new updates but still no luck. I hope he come back soon from whatever he is doing. I must build that baby.


I hope so too, Griffith. He's got a talent in this art department I would kill to see more of.

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