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My new papercraft LEGO Black Knight minifig has more parts than any of the others I made so far, and each one is made from several parts again! ;o)

The most difficult pieces are the "grooves" in the dragon plumes on the helmet, so make sure you score, fold and pre-shape them properly before glueing them together to make things much easier! ;o)

Get the parts and instructions to build your own papercraft LEGO Castle Black Knight minifig (+lots more!) from my papercraft webpage: [link]

Have fun building!
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The Luke minifig that I based my papercraft Luke Skywalker on is from the LEGO X-Wing set 7140.

Parts and instructions to build your own papercraft LEGO Star Wars Luke Skywalker rebel pilot and his shiny lightsaber (+lots more) are now available from my papercraft webpage: [link]

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Although the Forestmen sometimes attacked the Black Knight's castles and strongholds, most of the time they got along just fine! ;o)

Get the parts and instructions to build your own papercraft LEGO Castle Black Knight and Forestmen minifigs (+lots more!) from my papercraft webpage: [link]

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As you can see, the interior I made for my papercraft Star Wars TIE-fighter is definately not an exact replica of the "real" thing, most of it just comes from my imagination.

I like the way it turned it out though, and I'm already working on the outside of the command pod; hopefully I'll be able to show you that soon too!

Stay tuned! [link]
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To make LEGO Luke's lightsaber easier to build out of paper, I've divided it into several different, separate easy to build parts.

Although making it as one big hollow shell would make the "polycount" (the number of pieces in the 3D model) much lower, that's often not the best option when you're only making the 3D model as a tool to make a papercraft model! ;o)

See my papercraft weblog for more "Works In Progress": [link]
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I only test built one of the wings and wing support pylons (the right one in this picture) the other one is from the scratch build (I recycled it so it's easier to imagine the completed TIE-fighter ;o)

In this picture, you can really see that the hatch is a bit too flat; I accidentally used the old one for the test build, but I already have a new one. ;o)

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The test build is finished! I didn't encounter any big problems, but as always, there are always some small thing I like to change on the final version, so that's what I'll be doing next.

Of course I'll also change the colour of Link's tunic from this "Paladin White" to his regular "Hero Green".

Stay tuned for more updates: [link]
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I finished building my papercraft TIE-fighter! Once I finish the instructions, I'll upload the parts and instructions on my papercraft webpage.

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The hatch on top of the papercraft TIE-fighter can open to reveal the interior. Although most of it really just stems from my imagination, I'm very happy with the results! ;o)

Parts and instructions to build your own papercraft TIE-fighter are available from the new Star Wars section on my papercraft webpage: [link]

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A new picture of an old model, parts and instructions are still available of course: [link] ;o)
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