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My paper Star Trek Enterprise NCC-1701-D model. You can download the templates and instructions to build your own from www.kickme.to/ninjatoes
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My paper Star Trek Voyager model. You can download the templates and instructions to build your own from www.kickme.to/ninjatoes
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My paper Star Trek: Deep Space Nine model, this one is hand-drawn. You can download the templates to make your own from www.kickme.to/ninjatoes
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I came across a couple of pictures I made from my own papercraft collection. They're over a year old, so you can imagine I made a few new ones since then...

Unfortunately, I don't make that many papercrafts from other people anymore, because I just don't have that much spare time anymore. And the spare time that I have, I often spend on my own projects. ;o)

In fact, I think I'm at a point where my own models outnumber the ones from other designers that I built... ;o)

(second pic: [link])
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This is the template for the Ebon Hawk model. (13MB download)

The template is composed of 19 pages; a cover sheet and a page with the optional landing gear with struts do not need to be printed if you are not inclined. Remember that you can just make the 'feet' and glue them in a stowed position or, if you wish, simply don't make them at all. The model is identical to the in-game model with only a tiny number of alterations to make it easier to build. I labelled the parts as clearly as I could but you'll need the associated instructions to build this and it wouldn't hurt to take a good look at images of the ship in-game (or at the actual mesh if you can acquire it, I cannot add it as it is not my property, though I can tell you that it's extractable from the game). Instructions will be added as soon as I can.

I would like to thank the Anonymous person who extracted the model and mesh and converted them into a format I could use, this model could not have been created without your efforts.

UPDATE: I noticed that more than a few people have been kind enough to post news of the model on their blogs/sites. If it is not too much trouble would you mind ensuring that people understand that the model and all updates can be found here, I think a lot of people have downloaded without understanding that the instructions are being continually worked on and uploaded in chunks.

Clickie the nice download button on the right side of the screen to get the goods. :)

UPDATE: Quick link to the instructions - [link]
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From Star Trek: the motion Picture, this is the USS Enterprise A. This one was quite fun to make, i dont usually do spacecraft so it was a nice change from the norm.

This and lots more Star Trek papercraft can be found here (it's also the site that i downloaded my Delorian paper models) [link]
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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]
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At last it's complete, in my opinion this was and still is the best of the Star Trek series, great stories, great actors and great special effects. Here we have the main characters throughout most of the series, I know general Martok was in quite a few and so was Dukat and Kai Winn but here are most of the good guys but without Ezri and just to let you know the lighting is way off, but I hope you enjoy it. Lol!
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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).
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The craft of Spike from "Cowboy Bebop". Folded from a square. designed by Brian Chan
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