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Tag: Papercraft

Star Wars Scenes Each Made from a Single Sheet of Paper: Cut Scene

Star Wars Scenes Each Made from a Single Sheet of Paper: Cut Scene
Marc Hagan-Guirey aka Paper Dandy specializes in kirigami, a variation of origami that allows for cutting paper as opposed to just folding it. Marc and his skills became well known when his haunted house kirigami went…
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Transforming Papercraft Robots: Fold Out!

Transforming Papercraft Robots: Fold Out!
Paperformed makes a variety of papercraft models that it sells as DIY kits. Two of its most advanced kits are the Changeable Robots. They’re scale models clearly inspired by Transformers, and like Hasbro’s toys these bots…
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Papercraft Millenium Falcon Took Four Years to Build: Kessel Crawl

Papercraft Millenium Falcon Took Four Years to Build: Kessel Crawl
Starship Modeler reader Bernard Szukiel spent a total of four years perfecting the details on his 38″ Millenium Falcon scale model, and the result speaks for itself. The entire ship is made of paper, except for…
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Papercraft Millennium Falcon: She May Not Look Like Much But AAAAH PAPER CUT!

Papercraft Millennium Falcon: She May Not Look Like Much But AAAAH PAPER CUT!
This tiny and insanely detailed Millennium Falcon was made completely from scratch. It enters hyperdrive by giving the universe a paper cut, thereby opening up space. It was made by Caleb Kraft, whose hands and eyes…
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Cardboard Skull: Paper Noggin

Cardboard Skull: Paper Noggin
This is Vince the Human Skull by Cardboard Safari. The idea is that this laser-cut cardboard sculpture ships flat and then you put it together at home yourself.…
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Artist Makes Fantastic Art out of Post-it Notes

Artist Makes Fantastic Art out of Post-it Notes
I am a big fan of Post-It Notes, mostly because I can stick them to my monitor to help me remember to do all the crap I need to do. That’s all I really think of…
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Papercraft Serenity from QMx: Paperenity

Papercraft Serenity from QMx: Paperenity
Growing up, the local dollar store had these cool papercraft coloring books that had pages of spaceships you could color and then fold to create 3D ships I liked to hang from my ceiling. QMx has…
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Classic Video Game Paper Dioramas: 3D-Tinted Glasses

Classic Video Game Paper Dioramas: 3D-Tinted Glasses
Alain Wildgen converts scenes from old video games to 3D artworks by hand. For each game, Alain looks for a good screenshot online and prints that on paper. He then adds depth to the scene by…
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The Addams Family Papercraft House: They’re Creepy and They’re Crafty

The Addams Family Papercraft House: They’re Creepy and They’re Crafty
Growing up we had a local TV station that played all sorts of retro TV series that I would watch when I got bored during Summer vacation. One of those shows was the Munsters, which I…
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Build Your Own Paper Velociraptor

Build Your Own Paper Velociraptor
Check out this Kickstarter campaign for KitRex, which is basically a 3D paper velociraptor that you build yourself. 3D paper velociraptor? I’m in. You build the googly-eyed dinosaur by folding and tabbing together specially cut pieces…
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Cardboard Iron Man Costume: Magneto-proof

Cardboard Iron Man Costume: Magneto-proof
We’ve featured awesome papercraft Iron Man and War Machine figurines before, but Kai-Xiang Xhong’s creation easily eclipses those two. The 20-year-old papercraft enthusiast made a life-size, wearable and wonderfully made Iron Man suit using nothing but…
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NES Game Digital Papercraft: Super Paper Nintendo

NES Game Digital Papercraft: Super Paper Nintendo
I have always been rather particular about the video games I played. Back in the day, I preferred games with shooting and skipped a lot of the popular titles out there. That means that I never…
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Origami-based Paper Microscope Costs Less than $1 to Make: Foldscope

Origami-based Paper Microscope Costs Less than $1 to Make: Foldscope
High quality microscopes cost thousands of dollars and can be hard to operate and maintain. A group of researchers from Stanford University are close to changing that with a microscope that’s made mostly out of paper…
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Amazing Star Wars Papercraft Toys: Use the Glue, Luke

Amazing Star Wars Papercraft Toys: Use the Glue, Luke
Man, these Star Wars papercraft toys look amazing. And the whole gang is here. Every character that you care about anyway. They were created by Seoul, Korea-based MOMOT who no doubt uses The Force to fold…
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Cardboard Robots: Paper Beats Metal

Cardboard Robots: Paper Beats Metal
I’ve seen my share of sci-fi movies and I know how giant robots can be pretty imposing. But these robots made from cut cardboard look like they couldn’t really do any damage – even the deadly,…
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DIY Star Wars Snowflake Patterns: Use the X-Acto, Luke.

DIY Star Wars Snowflake Patterns: Use the X-Acto, Luke.
We’ve seen several different Star Wars inspired paper snowflakes surface over the years. Some of them were laser cut and others were apparently done freehand. That meant unless you had a fancy laser cutting set up…
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