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  01 January 2003
Blueprints and Other Resources

Hi Guys ,

Please post all the links to references you came across while browsing the net under this thread.

Those links can be of anything related & helpful for modelling.

Please do not comment on the links posted in this thread , start a new thread instead. This is to keep this thread organized and easy to browse.

I hope this thread will be a good resource for everyone.

best ,

  01 January 2003
- (vehicle blueprints)

- blueprints)

- (modelling guides & tutorials)
  01 January 2003

(overweight people reference pictures)


(Anatomy of the human body by Henry Grey , Full Book)
  01 January 2003

Some good drawings designs to model, he leaves to use them as far as is not commercial.
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  02 February 2003
No link here, just a proven suggestion. When looking for car reference, if you dont see it on the great catchall blueprint sites and an internet search turns up squat, go where the gearheads are. Every car has an enthusiasts community, often with forums. Ask nicely for scans from an assembly manual (or track one down in the real world
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  03 March 2003

Airplane blueprints and measurments
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  03 March 2003
Great suggestion!

Check out the forums at
  03 March 2003
Site for car blueprints, requiers membership but it's and absolutly worth it!
  03 March 2003
hi-res character photo references.

hi-res character photo references.

Check out free sample :

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  04 April 2003

Prototype World War Two Aircraft.
  04 April 2003

Aircraft photos (many military) with close-ups of detail
  05 May 2003
Ramsey and Sleeper's "Architectural Graphic Standards" is very useful. It has dimensions for everything from a kitchen sink to a 747.
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