Papercraft Minecraft Terrains: Wallcraft
September 14th, 2012
3D printing is perfect for making Minecraft products. But that doesn’t mean you can’t use your ol’ 2D printer to bring your in-game creations to the real world. Laboratory 424 has made templates of Minecraft blocks that you can print, fold and then mount using adhesive foam.
Yep, each block in the picture above was printed, folded and attached individually. But this should be a cakewalk compared to the stuff you’ve built in the game right?
Head to Laboratory 424 for the full how-to and links to the templates and other materials. I suggest you start small, not because it’s difficult but because the cost for the adhesive foam blocks will add up quick.
[via Boing Boing]