Here are a 1:1 (ideal for cosplay) and 1:5 papercraft patterns of the Captain America shield. You can find the files at [link] including PDO and Blender files.
There are two 1:1 versions, one with the texture showed in the picture and another without texture so you can paint it.
The 1:1 versions are big papercrafts, you must cut the margins using the line guides in the corners, then join them to complete the pattern. Paste the model to bigger cardboard sheets to make it stronger.
So, I opted to make a Mako. Still a work in progress at this point. Tried to keep it simple since I planned to build it for some 20mm figure scale tabletop gaming I'm doing while still giving it that definitive Mako look.
Haven't added tabs for everything, nor set up instructions, so at the moment, best of luck if you wish to make it. HA.
I love the old fashioned letters you can find in all the Jane Austen- and similar movies. Because paper was very expensive in those days, they didnít have envelopes. Instead people used the letter they wrote as the envelope by folding the paper (and sometimes sealing) it.
FINALLY!!!!! The rose tutorial everyone was waiting for : D Since many people liked my Mini Book Tutorial [link] I decided to move on to a rose tutorial (and because I have nothing to do today) It is almost Valentine's Day, so why not fold some roses and gift them to your friends and loved ones ; ) Sorry about the bad quality of the tutorial, there are too many steps and I don't have the patience to make it perfect : P By the way, I cannot make this tutorial any more clear, so do not complain to me that it is not clear.
WARNING: This is very hard and the instructions might not be very clear to you so if you do not have the patience to understand it, DON'T FOLD THIS.