Sunday, November 18, 2012

Star Trek TNG Movies Phaser Rifle

This was a 1:1 paper model of a Phaser Rifle I made for a fan-made Star Trek movie that never seemed to come around. The producers wanted a 100 rifles on screen, and paper models seemed to be the best method. I designed this quickly for them and they thanked me - but I never saw a finished movie. Too bad. But you can have your own rifle, or arsenal of them, just for the printing and cutting... and glueing. I never made instructions for the model but there is a graphic of how the parts come together within the model itself. Write me with any questions of how things fold up if you have any trouble.
 
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15 comments:

  1. Sweet!

    Can you upload the BFG miniatures please?

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    1. I will see what I can do soon. I need to find them in a mess of USB Thumb Drives. Thanks for asking and I will get them as soon as possible.

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  2. Just finished it very nice looking and straight forward. Do you think you could make more paper craft star trek models like a tricorder, padd, or lets say a hypospray? It would be greatly appreciated.

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    1. I have seen several paper models of Star Trek on the web. I am not designing many models right now... I am trying to finish my dissertation for my PhD and not finding a lot of time for new designs.

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  3. Did you make a communicator papercraft? I'm trying to find the file for it, but I'm getting no luck!

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    1. Yes... I have... let me see now... where was that... try here: http://obiwan-papermodeling.blogspot.tw/2013/04/haggards-star-trek-paper-models.html

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    2. That's the one! Awesome! Thank you so much!

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  5. Please, expand phaser rifle with Deep Space 9

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  6. SOUGHT: A papercraft model of the "assault phaser" that was first used in either the fifth or the sixth "Star Trek" motion picture.

    Advance thanx for the same.

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  7. Mr. Haggard is likewise reminded that the assault phaser in question, and of which the papercraft model is hereby being sought, was depicted as being a PISTOL, rather than a rifle.

    Again, he has advance thanx for the papercraft model of the said PISTOL.

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  8. Is this phaser rifle intended to be printed on A4 paper?

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  9. Is this phaser rifle intended to be printed on A4 paper?

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    1. Yes. However, if you scale to "letter" size it should still be to acceptable size. It has been a while since I made it but I think I made it to scale to letter with only a 2% difference.

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  10. Thank you very much. I'll have a go at it before I make a plastic version.

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