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I would like to give you a christmas gift so i'm opening here a christmas/hanuka/etc (i'm actually atheist) papercraft model wishlist. Please reply with your request or support someone else's request, i'll try to deliver it for Dec 15 2010 so you can build it for christmas. Please include at least two links to pictures for reference.

Here are my first two ideas:

* Stark Industries' Jericho from IRONMAN movie
* Terminator's head from Terminator I, including Arnold, Terminator skull and Arnold/Terminator versions.

Papercraft modelers are invited to join this project as i'll be only able to build one model. The rest of your ideas may be still implemented based on its popularity/afinity after christmas though.

I'll update this journal on November 30 to show the "winner".

UPDATE:
I couldn't wait until 30 with JUMANJI's board scannerjoe.deviantart.com/art/… and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy scannerjoe.deviantart.com/art/… consider them as two bonus gifts. Now the real winner is Star Trek's Enterprise requested by :iconjohnnymuffintop:, i've been excited about this model since university, when i first saw it modeled in AutoCAD, now i think this is my chance. I'm gonna start with the original Enterprise then go with remodelation and finally i'll try The new Enterprise, since i've found this excellent blueprints at www.cygnus-x1.net/links/lcars/… .
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:iconjohnnymuffintop:
My suggestions:
A full openable Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (I've got a model around here SOMEWHERE!)
Or perhaps a Megaman and/or Protoman helmets.
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ScannerJOE Nov 22, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
As a geek i'm a huge fan of the Hitchhicker's Guide, and i'm seeing there's a lack of references of the Guide itself, and no word to say about papercrafts. I think i can mix deviations to build an original though.
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:iconjohnnymuffintop:
Well, if you're on Steam, you could always download this one: [link]
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ScannerJOE Nov 23, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I just found this reference at [link] , it will be simpler to guess the dimmensions with it.
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ScannerJOE Nov 23, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Cool, i found this one [link]

Now, if i only have the right dimmensions!. If you don't know/find them please guess and i'll take your guess to build it.
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:iconjohnnymuffintop:
From what I can tell, the book is somewhere between 5 and 5.25 inches wide when closed... but I wouldn't put money on it, well, not that much anyway.
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ScannerJOE Nov 24, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Let's say 5.5 only because it is the half-Letter's width size, it could be resized latter.
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Sweet, works for me.
One other request, would it be possible to do one of these (if only one, then just the Enterprise):
[link]
[link]

The bigger the better.
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ScannerJOE Nov 24, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Take a look at this one [link]

Also in there is this one [link]
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:iconjohnnymuffintop:
OH! Or perhaps one, if not both of these:
[link]
[link]
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