This is Ignatius's SSBB Mario Papercraft I've been building for the past month or so, and it is by far my best work so far. It's about a foot and a half and looks amazing. See him with Luigi here: [link]
Remember that Mario head on the opening screen of Super Mario 64, the one that you can pinch and pull? Now, you can have a papercraft version, courtesy of Pixel-Kakashi.
I think I lol-ed the whole time I was making this one. You might have seen a sneak peek of this model when I let Hello Kitty borrow his hat for a moment [link] . Now it's on the head of it's rightful owner.
It's about 15 cm tall. Get it now from Nintendo Papercraft. [link]
I know I swore off working with glossy photo paper. It's too stiff and hard to glue and the tiniest glue left on you fingers gets stuck on it.
BUT, Pixel Kakashi designed this awesome hat and it's Mario's and it's wearable. And I had to do it, hello, glossy paper, and I remembered all the reasons I swore it off and it took twice as long to make it. But then, I discovered that I can wipe off the glue spots with a damp paper towel and it doesn't hurt the paper! In the end, It was really worth it.
The Mario figure is not papercraft, but wouldn't it be awesome if someone can design a papercraft version of him?
You can grab Pixel Kakashi's Mario Hat from nintendopapercraft.com: [link]
Thought I'd upload a papercraft this time. Here's the SSBB Bowser that was designed by . I'm really proud of this one! I think it's my best build yet This is also one of the crafts that were displayed at my school's art show. Probably got the most attention too.
So there you have it, thank you Brandon for designing this awesome model! The build went incredibly smooth too. I actually made the teeth!