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has a free
Rob Ives' Cardboard
Engineering page has some automata, in the `Hands on' section.
Navy has a 1:250 scale models of the German WWI torpedo boat V-108,
an Admirable class minesweeper-subchaser, and sample turret (with
catapult and floatplane) from their USS Arizona kit.
has a sample model of the Campanile di San Marco in Venice.
Moshe Lemer has several
models, including a ModelArt Spitfire.
have a couple of free samples of their cardstock building kits.
has a villa.
Fickling Dimensional Design have a submarine.
Papermodelworld.com has Cee the Bee.
Other PC WhistleStop samples can be found at the
All Gauge Page.
Delta 7 Studios have a Mercury Redstone 8.
Shipwright have a 1:250 scale model of HMVS Cerberus.
from designer David Hathaway <email@example.com>:
This model comes with a track record - a half-finished version
helped me win 1st prize in the Miscellaneous category at the 22nd
International Model Exhibition at RAF Halton, UK and David Okamura
has won two prizes at IPMS shows with his beta-build version.
have a Hamburg
Creations has a simple F-15.
Models have a Celtic monastery.
have a free trebuchet.
Card Models have a polyhedral head.
Beppi's Paper Model Page has two models available to download.
Lou Coatney has a
Butler class destroyer escort.
Thomas Pleiner's own WWW pages are not presently available, but
he has made his Cessna 172 "Skyhawk" and a railway station model
available through Saul Jacobs'
Micromodels - So Called, two models. Not the same
as the well known Micromodels® line of architectural models.
This is a fairly blatant abuse of the Micromodels® trademark,
and the models themselves are fairly crude, not up to the
Micromodels® standard at all, but they are free.
Ulrich Prahn's Star Trek Cardboard Models features four
models, the shuttlepod El-Baz, the shuttlecraft
Magellan, a Romulan scout vessel, and the SS Botany
The Key to Time,
a paper model of the artifact of the same name from the Dr. Who
Databanks have a tab-and-slot model of Dr. Who's Tardis.
Grace Sylvan has a simple house and store.
Syozo Kubo has a little model of a
WISE craft. Don't ask me what it is, follow the link!
has a model of a
Kelly's Rav4 site has a
Shed, the Wargamer's Home for Cut Out Scenery, has eight or
nine simple models to use as props for gaming.
has buildings and props for the Warhammer 40,000 miniatures wargame.
Paper Rhino Site also has models for the Warhammer 40k
Bile reports his site has been a victim of its own success:
"2000-11-14: OK, I had some problems here. The site caused
too much traffic. Thanks to Dennis from Portent.Net, who removed
the link instantly. Now the number of visits is in a somehow
legal range again. We should still try to keep the traffic low,
so please do only download templates you really want to
do the next time."
Ben Zuidwijk has a
which makes up into a simple little airplane.
Toy Theatre Magazine
has a pop-up book.
Jim Ramsay has a mechanical
Denis Obriot's Amiga
Maquette page has trains, boats and some other models.
Some can be downloaded directly (look for the telephone icon);
others are available by mail or e-mail.
Currell has 1:32 models of the
Flying Bomb and V-2 Rocket, and other models.
Models pages has several buildings in 25 mm scale.
Co Walinga has a
This Unofficial Star Wars site
has a model of the
Pierre Gauriat has
a fortified medieval church, a castle, a Dewoitine D510 fighter,
several automobiles, and an Ariane 4 rocket.
Marszandt has a Citroen HY van. This model is based on
Citroen H model.
- Yasunori Nagaoka's
Paper Craft has 12 simple models of a Honda CR-V.
You can download them individually or in a bundle with
instructions. There's also an instructions page on the web,
with pictures that are easy to follow.
Erwin de Jong's
& Paste Sci-Fi has a model of the Martian Tripod from
The War of The Worlds, R2-D2, and models from the movie
The Day the Earth Stood Still.
(With the mergyer of Xoom and other sites, the link above may not
work. If not, try here.)
- Natsuhiko Konoshita's
Flat has colour and black-and-white models of his rally Subaru.
has a few models of his own design. He also has many models
which are not original, but are free downloads available from
other sites. Unfortunately, the original sources for the
models are not credited. This is not only a disservice to the
original creators, but makes it hard to figure which are original
and not duplicates. The listing of the site here should
not be taken to imply that the FAQ editor approves of this
TomTom's Aviation and Scale Model Resources has a 1/144 scale
Ohashi has automobiles and Macintosh computers.
Creek Model Design has a couple of models of narrow gauge
Phil Koopman, Jr., has a web page featuring the
'N' Things models developed by the late Phil Koopman, Sr.
Sigüenza has a hypothetical Fockw-Wulf Projekt II plane, and a
T-28 of his own design, and an SR-71 designed by Min-Soo Jong.
The Star Wars site theforce.net has a
fighter, apparently scanned from the Czech magazine ABC.
Prudenzio has several
Paper Models has a model of 'Honmaochen', a sort of Taiwanese
Tanaka has models of F-1 racers and some other automobiles.
In English and
Lucia Dunbar has a
model of a house in Tuscany.
Luigi Saso has a Greek tavern
and several other models.
Paper Craft Page has a rabbit. In English and
Jun Mitani also has Tenkai, shareware software for developing
paper models, and 3D Card Maker, for generating pop-up greeting
cards. Sample greeting cards are available.
Shashank H. Mardikar has a Fokker
David Hathaway has models of famous chairs, among other things.
Re-Re has Citroens
and airplanes (en Francais et Anglais.)
has paper buses.
Preikschat has race car models.
has some simple models.
Bento Ramalho has model cars (in Portugese,
Dollhouse Pages have a variety of dollhouse furniture and
B. J. George's Paperville USA has O gauge models.
has a Swedish summer cottage.
Model Page has several free models: an ME 262 by Clark Britton,
a T 28 by David Sigüenza, and a railway station and a Cessna 172
by Thomas Pleiner.
has a Fokker F. XVIII 'Snip'. Look for Bouwplaten in the Dutch
has two model locomotives in the Micromodels tradition.
Tord Hokenstrom has vehicles and buildings in HO scale.
Toshimasa Mitsutake's Paper Craft Design
has two buildings.
has a spacecraft and two buildings.
Zoffbred's Volvo page
has a Volvo V70 T5, Volvo V70 (2000), and a Volvo V40.
This site has
a caravel and a pirate ship, and several other subjects.
The Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts has an
Art on the
Net program, including:
Art Forum has a
Craft links page, containing links to many sites containing
free models, most in Japanese.
The Public Museum of
Grand Rapids has a little chair, a canoe, and some
other toys on their
Fun Stuff page.
The Cleveland Museum of Art has a Paper Model of a Pharaoh Death Mask.
The Glendale Public Library has a model of their
Michael Serdarusic has a model of
Minnesota Museum of the Mississippi has a model of their building,
on the About the Museum page.
The Duyfken 1606
Replica Foundation have a small model of the Duyfken, the
first European ship to visit Australia.
Insight has a very simple model of the British Royal Family's
Gold State Coach.
The Krimpenerwaard Youth Fire Brigade (?) has a simple fire truck.
have a Type 2 VW bus and a
Type 2 VW pickup.
From the movie Hellraiser, a Lament Configuration puzzle box.
For Swiss citizens living abroad, a free building.
Kanamaru Construction Co. has construction machinery.
Similar models are available from the
Hiratsu Building Constructor's Office.
These models are reported to be from
Tehniska Zalozba Slovenije, d.d. have a Cessna model 172 (follow the link to Tim.)
Aircraft Corporation have
models of their F.8L Falco.
Boy Scout Troop 516
have a model of their bus, a 1981 Thomas Pusher.
The Back Yard Yacht Builders
Association have three
sailboats in 1:32 scale.
Caterpillar Mitsubishi have a model of their
320C power shovel.
The 21st Century
World Heritage Workshop has a monthly series of models on
architectural themes. (In English and Japanese.)
- From NASA:
Build Your Own Mars Pathfinder Spacecraft Model.
paper model of SOFIA, NASA's Stratospheric Observatory
for Infrared Astronomy. The model is a little simplistic, but
it's a unique subject. There are also simple models of
the Kuiper Airborne Observatory and the Nasa Lear Jet.
- A 1/37 scale model of the
Spacecraft. For reference, see
version of Cassini is also available.
Pioneer 10 paper model.
Galileo paper model.
Folding Paper Model of the Magnetosphere, from NASA's
Goddard Space Flight Center.
Landsat-7 Satellite model.
Orbiter Spacecraft model, 1:24 scale, in pdf format.
Polar Lander is also available.
More information on the spacecraft is available from
the builder, Lockheed
Earth Asteroid Rendezvous spacecraft.
Great Observatories Kit
Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer
Spacecraft in 1:26 scale.
A simple model of the X-33 is including in the lesson
guide, "Proportionality: The X-Plane Generation", found
(High Energy Solar Spectroscopic Imager) spacecraft.
Genesis mission spacecraft model.
Terra satellite model.
has paper models of
NASA's Great Observatories, specifically the Hubble Space
Telescope and Compton Gamma Ray Observatory.
your own Yohkoh Satellite, from the Yohkoh Public
Space Craft International
has a free Lunar
Jan Heirtzler, of the Space
Science Group at the University of
New Hampshire, has a model of the Advanced Composition Explorer
satellite. The model is available in 1:8, 1:16, and 1:32 scale.
ISAS have a simple model of the
Planet-B Japanese Mars
The University of Stellenbosch
a paper model of the Sunsat satellite.
of the planets, designed by
Raimondo Fortezza, of the
Microgravity Advanced Research
and Support Center in Naples, has 1:100 and 1:144 scale models
International Space Station. The model is free if downloaded, but you can also
purchase a printed version by mail. There is also a model of the
space shuttle Endeavor available.
A Lerch has a model of the
Roton reusable space launch vehicle.
The Center for Space Physics
has a model of the
- From the U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior:
Geoblox has a sample model
of a mid-ocean rift, demonstrating paleomagnetic banding.
Tau Rho Alpha
and the Australian Geologic Survey Organization have models on
a geologic theme (volcano, globe, trilobite, &c.)
Town, a collection of buildings, vehicles, &c., including a
dental office. The models are very basic, but you can get them
customized with the name of your own dental practice.
- Touch-3D is
a CAD package for Macintosh computer which can unfold three dimensional
designs to two dimensional surfaces. Their
page includes three paper models created with their software: a
telephone, an auto body, and a speedboat.
Toys has some simple stand up toys, a race car, and a haunted
The Opel Association of
North America has a
paper model of
an Opel GT.
The Vancouver Mini Club
Fiction Central and Chris Kalb offer
Spider Kit, including all you need to be the The Spider
of pulp fiction fame.
The Madison MG Group
MGB paper model, courtesy of
Moss Motors, Ltd.
Eildienst Baum has
simple but colourful model of a MAN L2000 delivery truck, in
Entertainment has a model toy called
In conjunction with their educational CD, Bridge to Reading,
Owl & Mouse
Educational Software has some free software for
Town will print patterns for 10 houses, 8 stores and a library;
Village will print patterns for a church, an
apartment house, more houses, and more stores;
Make a Farm
will print patterns for farm buildings; and
Build your own
This software is oriented towards lower elementary school children.
Saturn Japan has a few simple models available at their web site, in
Other model cars are available from
The Christian Science Monitor has an
article on Mr. Mizorogi, complete with a Porsche 911s model.
The Hondafan, sponsored by
Honda of Japan,
features very simple
cars and buildings designed by Mr. Mizorogi.
Phillipines Corporation has a
Corolla, in your choice of four colors.
Nissan Japan has a model car,
Le Mans Challenge racing car.
has a variety of simple models of cars. If you don't understand
Japanese, they're easy to find by trial and error.
Volvo Japan has several
models; follow the links to the 'Play Page.' If you have trouble
loading the page, try clicking back and reloading it.
Volvo also has another page with
page also sometimes seems to have trouble loading.
Ben & Jerry's (yes, the ice cream ones) have some
paper crafts available: The original Ben & Jerry's store, a
station wagon, a cow, and a
England Village, 6 buildings in approximately HO scale.
(in Japanese and
have models of their Vmax, YZF-R1, and Xjr1300 motorcycles, and a
set of seasonally themed models. In 1999, they did a series of
rare animals of Japan. For 2000, they have been doing a series
of rare animals of the world. Note that as they release each new
animal in the series, they drop the previous one, so if you're
interested, save your copy now. (The rare animals of Japan series
from 1999 is available.)
Landrum & Brown has
of a 747-400 and a 737, and they promise to add more.
Canon Japan has much of a small RR layout, although it seems to be lacking rolling stock.
Canon has more stuff here.
West Japan Railway Company
has models of some of their trains. I have been unable to
find a path to the models in the English language portion of
their site, but this
link takes you to the Japanese description of the models.
The Helicopter Emergency
Medical Service of London has two models of their Virgin HEMS
Dauphin helicopter. One is a highly detailed 1/48 scale model;
the other is a simpler version of the same aircraft. Both include
detailed and illustrated instructions. This model is reviewed
below, with the ModelArt models.
The comic strip Dry
Bones has a very simple model of a cartoon character, Mr.
Shuldig, in an armchair. Look in the Free Gifts section.
The publisher Atelier GAG
of Bremen, Germany, has a lighthouse and a Mercury space capsule.
magazine has models of
iMacWorld magazine has an
Acer Computers have some models
of their computers.
Sea Box, Inc.
has a model of a 20' ISO cargo container, if you fill out their survey.
Sakai Heavy Industries have a sort of steam roller.
Konica have a camera.
Mouse-house.co.uk have accessories for computer mice.
UHU, the German glue company, has some
simple models for
children. Although most of UHU's web pages are tri-lingual,
the models are only available in the German section.
Ecotruck have a
one of their trucks. (Japanese)
workshop has several models of fanciful robots and spacecraft.
The spacecraft seem to be inspired by the Starcraft
from Mike Hungerford<firstname.lastname@example.org>:
From the main page there are two links: vopc.htm and scpc.htm,
for "Virtual On Paper Craft" and "Starcraft Paper Craft,"
respectively. The models on the VO page are, from top to bottom,
the "XBV-13-T11 Bal Bas Bow" Virtuaroid, and the "Z-Gradt Sun
Cannon." The models on the SC page are simply "Battle Cruiser"
four samples, a
a Tyranosaurus Rex, and an
Here is a
Top Case", apparently a model of a computer of some kind.
sample buildings from their
Weiss Custom Miniatures has a simple Paper Model of a WWI German Biplane.
The Stuttgart Streetcar
have some simple
models of Swiss city buses and trains.
Baud et Bui
have 5 building models, including the Museum of Saint-Denis.
They also have a number of other paper projects, including
some paper cutting/origamic constructs.
is a model railroad club in Tokyo. They have
trolleys and two airplanes, apparently samples from CDs
The Sev Wide Web has the
Enterforaprize, a model reminiscent of the Star Trek Enterprise. They'll
also sell you an Enterforaprize D model.
Deutsche Welle, the German
shortwave broadcaster, has a model of their
The Lint Hotel in Cologne
has a model of their
Leaf Studios have an OO scale signalbox.
Systems have geodesic domes.
has a dragon,
designed by Jerry Andrus of Binary Arts.
Fujioka, a Japanese fly fishing
enthusiast, has models of trout (in Japanese and English.)
has a model circus.
inspired by the television show Futurama. If you have an
older browser, you can bypass the Shockwave front panel with
Inspired by Star Trek, a computer console.
Various non-English, mostly Japanese, sites, lumped together here
because I don't understand the site well enough to provide a
site has an F-117A, a B-17, and a Kubelwaggon, all
in black and white.
Alfa Romeo 156.
of buses and streetcars.
A little truck and a lap top computer.
Yokogawa Electric Corporation has a model of one of their
products, a DUONUS210.
HP has animals and cars.
Cars, Macintosh computers.
Easter Island head, penguin, etc.
Buses, updated monthly.
Simple emergency vehicles.
The Hotel Taiseikan has
This is a page of links to Japanese papercraft sites.
Science fiction inspired stuff?
These are all part of the "Page of Kami Kou Sen, which also
includes pictures of other models (apparently not
downloadable), a links page, and other paper model related
Lada Niva automobile, also a Humvee.
Orca, Manta Ray, etc.
CEM Kids have airplanes and insects. Follow the craft
link, then look for the
back number and
Very simple trams
UCHIDENO-KODUCHI JPN (Hirohito Saito):
Very simple animals
Buses, a trolley, and an apartment block
Gregory Horror Show Paper Craft Collection
A Cessna 172
Citroen XM, Citroen H truck
VF-1 and VF-1s (anime spacecraft)
site has a monkey, and a couple of others. You have
to poke around a bit, if you don't read Japanese.
one is Korean.
Another Korean? site and
a second page on the same server. The front end for these sites seems to
here. It's tough to navigate if you don't read Korean, but if you turn off
has a variety of simple models. If you don't read Japanese,
you'll have to poke around (if you can't find it, try
MAX7 3D Paper has models, I think based on a computer wargame.
Sonnori have some Korean building models, apparently props for a game
Honda Vamos van
Macintosh Classic II and a banana.
Gansuke has a kingfisher and another bird.
Asakayama Syaryou has trolleys.
A robot from a Playstation 2 game.
Puzzle land have a
Ogisan Koubou: Jeep and bus
NASDA H-2 rocket
This one is Brazilian, but my Portugese isn't much better
than my Japanese: a Bugatti and a simple little hound.
Some kind of anarchist commune? (German)
Simple fire truck (Austrian.)
An orchid (Austrian.)
Paper Car have automobiles and an HMMV (Korean.)
This site seems to rotate through various models, favouring robot or
science fiction themes. It takes some poking around
to find links to download models.
The Sakurajima Electric Railroad Page
have sight-seeing buses.
Kami Kobo has an angel flapping its wings.
Chiba Eiwa High School Library
Mitsubishi Mirage Dingo
Model RR accessories (en Espanol.)
Cars, trucks, and buses in HO scale from Tord Hökenström (Svenska.)
The Industrial Palace of Prague.
3D Paper Model Net has a Buzz Lightyear model and some others.
Unfortunately, a lot of their content is not original.
Toukou: Toyota 2000 GT, Nissan Skyline, RX-7, Honda S800, '71 Fairlady
Sculpture of a feline head
Odakyu Kids has a high-speed train.
A CV-3000ark vending machine, apparently used to issue certificates of residence
Cessna 172 (Polish.)
A bunch of Fiats and one Citroen.
Very simple model of Kaisyu, a ship of the Tokyo Cruise Ship Company.