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Life-size Mass Effect Jack Papercraft is Massively Impressive

by Conner Flynn

Fans of the Mass Effect franchise of games will love this life-sized version of Jack. The details are every bit as impressive as the character on screen. It’s even more impressive when you consider that she is 3D and made primarily of paper.

This 6-foot, 2-inch tall Jack took about four months to complete – and he used Microsoft Paint to help make the templates. You read that right. Paint. Her creator Tankball doesn’t have Photoshop. Jack does have some wood and wire structure inside to help keep her stable, but she’s mostly made from paper.

There are two speakers in the chest so that he can plug his iPod into her too. Need to do some repairs? Well, Jack comes apart, making fixing her super easy, and protecting her from damage should she fall over.


To say that Tankball did an awesome job is an understatement. Check out the video for all of the details.

[via Kotaku]

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Comments (2):

  1. KL says:

    He’s going to have sex with that.

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