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    Jan 4, 2006, 8:02 PM - My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #1

    well, i decided to do something on the holidays (nothing else to do), and started on a jet pack. it's made of cardboard, cus i plan to coat it with paper mache. right know, i already have the mainbody and tanks done. i just need the rocket and the tank caps, and i can then coat it with paper mache. the rocket, i plan to make seperately (and when i say separetly, i mean not cardboard/papermache).
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    Jan 4, 2006, 8:28 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #2

    wow! everyone's doing great work with carboard. very cool.
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    Jan 4, 2006, 8:55 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #3

    that's definately shaping up, nice work man

    -=QuinN!
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    Jan 4, 2006, 9:47 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #4

    Thanks for the comments guys! i'm gonna start the tank caps. show u what i done when i'm finished. after that, the extra detail and the rocket. speaking of rocket, u think i should also make that out of cardboard?
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    Jan 5, 2006, 10:24 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #5

    well, things have been a drag, so i haven't had much done today. all i did was attach the top tank caps on to the tanks. i also need to thicken the top part (sorry, don't know what it is called), it's to thin. more to come soon!
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    Feb 22, 2006, 12:11 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #6

    looks good so far...
    cant wait to see more pictures!
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    Feb 28, 2006, 4:23 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #7

    Looks great, I love scratchbuilts, and they always weigh like 2 lbs. Great work on the fuel tank tops.
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    Feb 28, 2006, 8:59 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #8

    Whoa. it's been a while since i posted here. well, there's been a WHOLE bunch of updates, lots! here in the pics.

    note that i used WoF's templates, so i don't really deserve all that credit. your templates are amazing WoF!
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  9. cookiemongoloid is offline cookiemongoloid
    Mar 1, 2006, 12:27 AM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #9

    Wow, that is very creative of you. It's looking good. Surprisingly good for cardboard. lol.
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    Mar 1, 2006, 12:28 AM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #10

    Oh, BTW, are you using Wiazardofflights tablets?
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    Mar 1, 2006, 10:58 AM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #11

    I would also like to take a stab at making a jet pack out of cardboard...
    can you give me some of the dimensions you are using?
    I am not sure how big it should be...
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    Mar 1, 2006, 6:18 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #12

    i don't really have that much model making skills, and that's why i'm doing a simple one like this. if i have the money, i'd buy a fiberglass one, but i don't, and here i am. of course, i got the idea thanks to wasp, who made his own jet pack out of papermache. i think it's on the jango forums. use the search function, type in Papermache Jet Pack, and you should get it.

    well, i just maximized it so the grids on WoF's templates are will be 1 inch. they are, after all, 1 inch.

    Yes, i am using wizardofflight's templates. His templates are amazing!
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    Mar 1, 2006, 6:21 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #13

    that looks better then some fiberglass ones.
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    Mar 1, 2006, 6:42 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #14

    I like the whole home-made thing...

    Makes one feel really good once its completed (if it turns out well)...

    But that is just my 2 cents...
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    Mar 1, 2006, 6:55 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #15

    what does the saying "my 2 cents" mean? i know, i sound stupid
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    Mar 1, 2006, 7:40 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #16

    My 2 cents means that is my opinion - which isnt worth much
    about 2 cents...
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    Mar 1, 2006, 8:35 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #17

    oh...
    thanks!
    i gotta learn about phrases more...
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    Mar 2, 2006, 10:53 AM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #18

    its all good!
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    Mar 2, 2006, 2:35 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #19

    Quote Qman101 said:
    what does the saying "my 2 cents" mean? i know, it sounds stupid
    it comes from the phrase "a penny for your thoughts". implying that instead of someone having to pay you to speak your mind, you'll give them twice as much for free.
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    Mar 2, 2006, 4:03 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #20

    Quote digital509 said:
    it comes from the phrase "a penny for your thoughts". implying that instead of someone having to pay you to speak your mind, you'll give them twice as much for free.
    oh... that sounds clearer...
    thanks, man!
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    Mar 2, 2006, 5:04 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #21

    im not so good with the explanations some times...

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    Mar 2, 2006, 6:36 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #22

    it's ok, everyone makes mistakes!
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    Apr 19, 2006, 1:43 PM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #23

    Wow man! Any updates on this? So far this is shaping up to be an awesome scratch built jet pack!
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    Apr 22, 2006, 9:47 AM - Re: My Scratch-built jango jp (cardboard and papermache) #24

    year man... its very cool

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