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PM AR and SCAR by Hoborginc PM AR and SCAR by Hoborginc
Just a side-by-side comparison of two tan-colored models, the V3 AR and Mk16 SCAR-L.
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WildyXD Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014  New member
I have 2 questions:
1. Do you use PVA glue or just a glue stick?
2. Could I use card instead of paper to make it stronger?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2014
PVA. I haven't tried using a glue stick for this.

Sure. If it's around 90lb/185gsm, you can use it as the main material.
If it's thicker (110lb and up), you'll have to be wary of stacking tolerances that may cause parts not to fit, so it would be better to make the parts out of a regular weight material, while putting slightly smaller backing elements made of thick material inside them.
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WildyXD Featured By Owner Oct 14, 2014  New member
ok thanks for the help love your models
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js5195 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014  New member
i have a problem about colors. i downloaded the windowed mag files, and i printed the black color mag. but when it came out the printer, it tuned green, the same with any AR v3 parts with black . is there any ways to fix this? please help!!! :(
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014
Considering that the colors in the files are normal, 50-50-50 (or 75-75-75 for the mag, which I made lighter for some reason), there's nothing that I can easily think of as a cause or solution on this side, but if we gather more data, we can figure it out.

How green is it? What are your ink levels like? It could be that magenta is depleted.
Otherwise it could be something with the way your printer interprets the file. Let's see...
What happens if you print a tan part? Does it turn lime green, or does it come out correctly?
What happens if you print something from a completely different file that's gray (like a gray square made in mspaint)? What about a PDF?
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js5195 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  New member
I printed the files with a regular office printer, n the ink levels are all above 50%. Any black parts becamce dark green, the tan are pretty good. But the gray files, when i printed it, the color looks so ridiculous. Kinda hard to describe the color correctly, just pretend that you mix little pink with black color. Yeah, sounds weird hah?, but its true, man, no kidding :(
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014
Of course, the other solution is to print and build the white version, then paint it.
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014
That's weird. It could be a file format issue. Try a page from a pdf file like this and let me know if the colors are still messed up. If it comes out correct, then I can convert things into PDF and give them to you for printing. Otherwise, try other formats and see if there is one that works (jpeg, tiff, etc).

Also try files from other sources. Make a new image in paint, for example, and see if it's still messed up. It could be some other issue with these particular files.

Otherwise, if the tan parts work correctly, I could just make tan versions of everything.
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js5195 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  New member
Yeah let me try the PdF, thks anyways, n m looking for the Desert eagle model, pls make that!!
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nockiman Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2014  Professional General Artist
Hi!, thanks for the Modular Paper AR15 V3!


I wondering, in what paper weight  you work?
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