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Automata available at Canon's PaperCraft site

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Automata available at Canon's PaperCraft site

Canon has a cardstock model of the old "monkey beating a drum" automata as well as the "cymbal banging elephant." Go to the Paper Craft site, click on "Toys" to find and download them. Or better yet, just check out Telman's Canon link in the free paper models forum and click on that.

 

They look amazingly just like the old tin, wind-up models.

Telman
Automata available at Canon's PaperCraft site

 Canon has added halloween dancers automata.  Telman

                              http://cp.c-ij.com/en/contents/1006/ 

Telman
Automata available at Canon's PaperCraft site

Canon has added Chimney Sweep  automata.  Telman

                              http://cp.c-ij.com/en/contents/1006/ 

Telman
Automata available at Canon's PaperCraft site

C anon has added Dancing Santa Claus   automata.  Telman 

http://cp.c-ij.com/en/contents/1006/ http://cp.c-ij.com/en/contents/1006/  

 

 

 

 

Canon has added Chimney Sweep  automata.  Telman 

 

maxlrainer
On Canon Creative Park: a new

On Canon Creative Park:

a new gorgeous model by Keisuke Saka. "Traveling Pilot". Have a look.

http://cp.c-ij.com/en/contents/2023/journey-pilot/index.html

Telman
Canon site has posted a

Canon site has posted a dance-doll  automata. Telman

 

http://cp.c-ij.com/en/contents/1006/ 

trishjoyce
wow i love it am off to have

wow i love it

am off to have a go at this one

 

thank you ...T.

cool022883
photo paper or card stock

i was looking at the models on the cannon site and they recommend using photo paper to print out the models.so do you guys use card stock or photo paper when you print out the models or does it matter?

maxlrainer
photo paper or card stock

160 gsm paper (card stock) works fine with almost all canon models (movable automata and static models). For the more complicated and stressed mechanisms in some models, like "Jack an the Halloween Dancers" or "Orihime and Hikoboshi", you better use 200 gsm paper. For mostly curved models - like the animals or the dolls heads - I use even 120 gsm paper.

I like to use PVA glue to build my models, but I don't think it is the best choice for gluing photo paper. Solvent-based all-purpose glue works better. Anyone else with operating experience?

Telman
Canon site has posted a

Canon site has posted a Seagull Sailor   automata. Telman 

Telman
New Automata available at Canon's PaperCraft site

Canon site has posted a  Chicken and Newborn Baby ChickCanon site has posted a Seagull Sailor automata. Telman Canon automata. Telman

 

 

http://cp.c-ij.com/en/contents/1006/ 

automata. Telman automata. Telman automata. Telman automata. Telman  site has posted a Seagull Sailor automata. Telman  

robives
Cute!

Cute!