Designer Luca yakon Stewart has created an incredible promotional video for the airline Singapore Airlines, which shows an excerpt from the process of manufacturing fine paper airliner Airbus A380. The model is a scale of 1:20, and a job is a designer spent about a thousand hours! All in all, he had to cut three thousand pieces.
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Designer Luca Yakoni-Stewart created an incredible commercial for Singapore Airlines, in which he showed an excerpt from the process of making an exact paper copy of the Airbus A380. The model is made on a scale of 1:20, and the designer spent about a thousand hours on it! In all, he had to cut three thousand pieces.
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8 COMMENTS

  1. I don't understand how how he made the hinges for the seats because they very small. Also, how does he do that without the final assembly looking crooked. Did he have the parts cut with a computer-guided blade?

  2. This is really special you know!, There is a set of videos called "Alone in the wilderness" showing a craftsman working in wood to build his log cabin, the work is breathtaking to watch. Your work here is every bit as good. The manufacturers should have sponsored you, thanks you for allowing us to watch

  3. There is a lot of things you didn't tell right 1: you didn't tell the right plane, it's the Boeing 777 model 2: It was made of Manila Folders 3: he spent about 1,000 house (7 years) 4: his model is scaled 1:60Sorry to tell but it is the damn truth

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