A miniture Imperial AT-ST. Originally made for desktop gaming by modeller Momir Farooq. The hardest part to this model was the guns but i found rolling the pieces with a toothpick worked well. This is actually the first paer Star Wars model i've made and it didnt turn out too bad. I think next time i'l make one thats a bit larger and more of a challenge.
Find this and other Star Wars (and others) models here (click the 'Models' link to find them). [link]
This is a great simple model made by . I made it so that the controller was connected to the console to make it look more realistic, like ryo did. I had to make the little black plug by myself. xP Also, I made it so that you can actually insert the cartridges in, and made more copies of the cartridge template so I can make more of them.
I admit, there was *some* editing done. >.> Don't look for it.
This time I decided to use some sort of old data storage device I found in the attic for a size comparison so you can work out the size for the papercraft model (if you still recognize what it is, that is...)
My first complete Ninjatoes papermodel: Kim Possible. I made this for my fiances little sister Kimberley (does'nt take a rocket scientist to see why she wanted it), definatly one for the more confident papercrafter as thhere are a lot of small pieces bit like all Ninjatoes papermodels the end result is well worth it.
Find this and lots of other fantastic papercraft at the Ninjatoes website here [link]
A motivational poster based on my "paper spaceplane" USS Enterprise-D and a story about the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency JAXA (the japanese equivalent of NASA) which plans to launch a paper origami plane from space to see if it survives re-entry in Earth's atmosphere ([link]).