The Perfect Choice for Car Art Lovers
The "Moby Dick 3D Sketch" is a collaborative artwork initially created in 2019 with artist and car designer Ivan Shmatov.
This papercraft car sculpture is guaranteeing you quick and nice results. The perfect way to express your passion for Porsche.
- Precut and Creased
- Perfect glue included
- Easy-to-follow instructions
- High-grade FSC-certified Paper
- No tools required
- 30 Day Moneyback guarantee
We are sure you will love the product, so we offer a money-back guarantee if you don't like the result, within 30 days of receiving the sculpture kit.
What You Will Get
This papercraft car is inspired Legendary Lemans Racecar Mobi DIck and comes as a DIY assembly kit. You don't have to cut anything as the papercraft is precisely cut and pre-creased to guarantee a perfect matching sculpture and a nice and easy-going build process.
You will also get the perfect Paperlegend Glue, which is the perfect glue for any Papercraft assembly kit.
The paper used for this papercraft car is a metallic one. This very special paper is giving the sculpture a strong contrast and makes it stand out.
The Mobi Dick 3D sketch comes as a wall-mounted sculpture. This is the perfect piece for car enthusiasts who love car art and want a creative petrolhead hobby.
Colours and Materials
The Moby Dick 3D Sketch comes printed on 300 GSM white photo paper.
It is a stock item and will be processed during the same week you order.
The Sketches of Ivan Shmatov ( Instagram @sell_porsche_to_buy_porsche) printed on it have a high level of detail making it look very intricate, while the sculpture itself is quite simple, making the build fast and easy.
Dimensions and Scale
Car 55 centimetres long, 20 wide and 15 cm high
Backplate 70 centimetres long, 27,5 cm wide
Build Difficulty and Time
Build difficulty : 3 / 5
Assembly Time: 6-8 Hour
You will have about 6-8 hours of fun completing this papercraft car sculpture.
Delivery and Shipping
Stock Colour will be delivered within the following time frames, depending on where you are living.
Germany - 1 Week / Europe - 2 Weeks / Rest of the World - 3 Weeks