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The Holidays At War Building Contest! @ BionicleMocersLeague. As you may know Santa now rules all holidays. Of course you couldn't forget his evil little red-nosed hors- I mean reindeer to keep his company in these difficult times of war.
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My papercraft LEGO Pirates Kapitein Knoest "mini"fig can be taken apart just like the plastic one, but with all the parts together, he is about 29 cm tall.
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Even when LEGO minifigs have... moved on, they still keep smiling!

Parts and instructions to build your own papercraft LEGO Ghost (+many more paper models): [link]

Have fun building and happy early Halloween!
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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]

Have fun building!
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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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heres my new youtube channle www.youtube.com/channel/UCLEF1…

heres the NEW video i made of Jack. www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8ZnSN…

www.dailymotion.com/video/x239…

i just finded add her other belt, now i just need to add her earrings

www.dailymotion.com/video/x239…

To every one i;m happy to say i got around to uploading the pep files for Jack. i left them the way i had them with a finshed. there all still scalled but u have free will to move the peaces around to for when u go to print and build Jack, but to let u know its going to take alot in printer ink, i have over $200 or so of ink in my jack.

www.4shared.com/zip/BJKog9Nv/M…
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Ladys and Gentlemen,

I proudly present to you the first Bioshock: Infinite - Voxophone Papercraft!
You see a 35cm long model with a 7'' vinyl LP in it.

The textures and the model data are 100% done by myself. Which took even more time building it >.<
The model is split in 8 parts and has a count of 10 dinA 4 pages in Pepakura Viewer.

It is not good to see, but the body has wooden textures. The bright parts on the front plate do have a leather texture and the handle, plate and the "arm" got a chrome finish.

downloadable here ->> [link] <--
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Hello Bioshockers!
After all the nice feedback for Undertow i was hyped to build the next vigor of the series.
Here comes Murder of Crows!

I used the original model and texture files to create a lifesized (22cm high) copy of the games vigor.
The bottles plug is of course removable.

downloadable here >> [link] <<
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Hello people,
this is my Bioshock Infinite: Undertow Papercraft.
I used the original model and texture files to create a lifesized (25cm high) copy of the games vigor.
The bottles plug is of course removable and was the hardest part to build.

downloadable here >> [link] <<
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Papercraft Dragon
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I made this last year for my Advanced Studio class. Our project was to pick an artist (but not the typical ones that everyone picks like Van Gogh or Monet) and mimic their style. So, as I was trying to look for an artist I've never heard of before whose art was really amazing and innovative, I stumbled on exactly that: www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/03…

This Indian couple, going by the nickname Hari and Deepti, cuts silhouettes out of watercolor paper and layer them on top of each other to create an image or scene, then they put them together in a shadow box and place a light behind it, making for a stunning creation! After looking through all their pieces, I read how they make them, then decided the supplies would be simple enough to gather! Then my mind was set on mimicking their style to depict this amazing scene from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban! I'm not sure what they're called, but I like to call them "Light Boxes"!

I love Harry Potter! Ob...viously...(said in Snape's voice) So it was a simple decision to make! The third book/movie isn't my favorite, but I love them all anyways! Plus, this scene is just soooo amazing! Harry totally kicks ass in this moment! First, he tried to save his Godfather, who he thought was trying to murder him only moments earlier, from having his soul sucked! Then he and Hermione went BACK IN TIME to save Sirius! Then he performs his first successful patronus, which scares away 100 dementors! Now, try and tell me that isn't awesome! And clearly this moment in the series is one of the most iconic as well as one of the most visually engaging! It was a must for this project! 

It was simple enough and I got the hang of it pretty quickly! It was weird though, trying to capture my style in their art form. To cut my images instead of draw them. But it sure was fun! And I bought a light that changes to the coolest colors, so it's a pretty awesome creation that you can stare at for quite a while! I wish I could find a way to upload a video of it changing colors, but I don't have the time. But yeah, this is a picture of how it looks in the dark with the inside light on! It turned out exactly how I imagined it would and it's probably my favorite piece of art I've ever done! I was supposed to upload all of my favorite art projects I did throughout high school during the summer but I forgot, so I had to upload this now, before I start my second one! So, if you liked this, look forward to more of these, b/c I love 'em! The next one will be a depiction of the scene in The Nightmare Before Christmas where Jack Skellington sings on the iconic hill in Halloween Town's graveyard! I can't wait! 

Oh, and btw, that Harry Potter logo is the one I made for my Graphic Design class as well. We got to recreate a book jacket and I chose to do the Deathly Hallows but we couldn't use the same font or logo as the original, so I made my own font!

Want to see this Light Box turned off and on? - Expecto Patronum Light Box - On And Off
Want to see the finished Light Box? - Expecto Patronum - Harry Potter Light Box

Want to see my Nightmare Before Christmas Light Box? - The Pumpkin King - Nightmare Before Christmas LB - The Pumpkin King Light Box - Before And After
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There is this one person in my floristry class with whom it just "clicked" from the moment we meet. You can say that it was friendship from the first snide remark. hehehe ^__^
Everyone thought we know each other for years... when it was just seconds.
Anyway, Elisabeth recently celebrated her sixtieth second (that's how you spell it?) birthday. So I had to give her a special gift. I made this box, which is not specifically beautifully from the outside...

I came to the class earlier and put it on her table. She came a few minutes later. Saw the box. Glanced around the room, and asked me what it is and where did it came from. I said "It`s a box, obviously" and that it was already on her table when I came. You should have seen her face. She asked everyone if they know something about it or whether if it's their box... Finally, someone suggested that maybe it should be opened to see what`s inside... So she opens it, reads the text and ... begins to cry, gives me a big hug, and says that I'm the most wicked person she ever met, because she was so concern about this box and I didn`t tell her right away that it was for her.

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This was the first time I was making quilling furniture... so they don`t look too pretty (╯︵╰,)
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This is a personal favourite! Every time I look at this I mentally roar 'AND THE EARTH SHALL PART BENEATH MY FEET!'

Not kidding 8D

The fourth in my Papercraft series! Are you guys bored yet? =P

Check out the rest!
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Authors: Mikhail Puzakov & Ludmila Puzakova
Amount of units: 18 + 18 + 18 + 8
Diagram: [link]

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Autorzy: Mikhail Puzakov & Ludmila Puzakova
Ilość modułów: 18 + 18 + 18 + 8
Diagram: [link]
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I made this while waiting for the pieces to ship for the Eva. I don't like it much, but it was fun while it lasted. Now I don't have to think about making this anymore. I almost feel bad posting something of this quality after my Eva.

This was my first Pokemon ever. He defeated everyone in Red version... everyone.
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Demonstration Video

This is an electronic 3-D sprite of Mega Man, made using similar technology as my Super Mario Dry Bones sprite from summer 2015. Inside this model I’ve got a small circuit built with an Atmel ATmega328P programmed with Arduino to play polyphonic music. Unlike the Dry Bones sprite, however, I made improvements with the LED-music synchronization. The Dry Bones sprite used a flickering LED for an eye, but since then I’ve figured out to multiplex LEDs with the same output pins of the PWM audio signals. In layman’s terms, I’ve discovered a way to have the audio signals simultaneously control LEDs, by having the circuits split off in different routes from a common pin on the ATmega328. Thus, the three LEDs on Mega Man’s Mega Buster blink in sync with each audio pulse, which is split off in three channels. As you can see in the demonstration video, the three lights blink at different times and overlap according to the audio signals. The three LEDs are connected to individual pins on the ATmega328, and not connected together in a single parallel circuit.

One of the major problems I ran into with the previous Dry Bones sprite (as well as the DL-44 Blaster) was having wires and components come loose from the circuit board. This is because I dislike permanently soldering certain components, so that I can make replacements or repairs if necessary, but by doing so, I risk the possibility of pieces coming loose from shoddy header pins. In this model, I’ve soldered male header pins on the circuit board instead of female ones, and this made sturdy connections with female jumper wires. This means if an LED burns out or if the speaker gets damaged, I can just disconnect the wires and install new ones (kind of like a car stereo).

The design for this sprite was pretty straightforward, and was initially conceptualized in LEGO Digital Designer, similar to the previous blinking sprites I’ve built. The inner circuit is powered by three AAA batteries, and for sound I’ve used a small 8 Ohm speaker from Radio Shack. The speaker is pushed up against a Technic plate with grille tiles on the outside (the sprite’s right eye), in order to allow the sound to escape. To activate, a small tactile button is suspended atop the head, and when pressed, it plays the “Game Start” theme music from the original Mega Man series. I constructed this project especially for a birthday/Christmas gift of one of my best friends Skot Shaub, as he’s always been a Mega Man fan since childhood! Suffice it to say, Skot was utterly amused at this when I presented it to him outside of Brendee’s Pub in Downtown Lancaster on Christmas.

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An animated construct composed of "living" water, the gavohkah can and do exist on their own, but are more commonly encountered serving those skilled enough to create them through carefully honed elemental powers. On land, a gavohkah is quite clumsy. In the water, they are often more formidable than their creators!      

This guy is a tablescrap I made after getting TWO MUNGUSES for the price of one a while back. I fiddled around with all the trans-blue parts I had, and this was the result. It came to be in much the same way as its airy counterpart the Levohkah did, in fact. The body is based on a "wheel" of standard size bone pieces with everything else attached to it, or in the case of those mace parts, sort of just being held in there.
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LEGO scaled Iron Shields.

3D Printed by Shapeways in Frosted Ultra Detail and Painted with Citadel Paints.

www.facebook.com/mingles3d

shpws.me/IiGq
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LEGO Scaled Wooden Shields. 

3D Printed by Shapeways in Frosted Ultra Detail and Painted with Citadel Paints.

shpws.me/GvTh

www.facebook.com/mingles3D
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I know I already posted one of these but like I said then, it was a 2 day rush job because I was busy with commissions.
This is IS a commission, so it took a little over a week and its more the quality a customer can expect from my work. I tend to just get things done "good enough for now" for myself.

I did get around to putting some extra work into my own too. I'll still leave the old one up because it has lots of compare pics by other BW figures. If you didnt see it, its here- unicron9.deviantart.com/art/St…
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I altered a Tecrom designs Blackarachnia head I had left over from an old project to fit on an even older Blackarachnia custom I did years ago.
Original custom-  unicron9.deviantart.com/art/Bl…

The heads both pop on and off for good ole interchangeable options.

My pictures just keep getting worse for some reason so after this shitty set I did some real tweaking on my camera, light box, and background. Gotta get this issue taken care of...
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Anyone remember this guy(s)? It's Punch/Counterpunch, the G1 Doublespy! His wiki [link] describes him as a nervous wreck, and I can see why. There's more to this guy than meets the eye! Oh man, that was on the fly, such a horrible pun that I could cry.

Punch (and/or Counterpunch) was made from a Classics 2 Universe Sunstreaker. Sunstreaker just happens to have arms that can articulate both ways and knees with dual hinges. This means a completly different bot-mode when you spin some parts around.

His head was created from a movie Incenerator and Microman head, shaved in half and stuck together. I had to really work on that so the head still slid down into his chest via the transformation gimick. A slick paintjob later and he, er, they were done! Enjoy.
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Animated Combiner i made.
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So here he is completed.
This is Squawktalk and Beastbox merged together as Squawkbox.
A shot of the original G1 figure combined is shown for comparison.
Head is a G1 Sandstorm head with a molded back that fits over Beastbox's head.
I had to drill small holes in the arms to make the weapons attach in combined form but it seemed an important essential to the look of the figure.
Squawktalk's wingtips come off and peg in to make the feet.

This is the one my customer showed me- [link]
As you can see I strayed a good bit from his design.
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Papercraft
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GOM3GA ZUPREM3 has crash landed and is ready for phasing action!!!

Free PDF!
drive.google.com/open?id=0B91g…

Follow PhaseBots on Google Plus
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(Also Feel free to post feedback about the new FlexLocks!)
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Check out and fav+ assembled llamas



For Template click [:bulletgreen: Download File"]

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: D oh yeah almost forgot about having to try making holos! and it works with glitter , this was always one of my favourite pokemoncards I ever had

mini pokemon cards by griffsnuff
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:icontearplz: going to make a small binder to put these in for my weird random project. A fun little detail to have on one of the shelves have glued on a backside on all of them

Holo lugia >8D
Holo lugia mini pokemoncard by griffsnuff
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Rotating Kurt Zisa! One of my most favorite papercrafts in my collection.
More detailed version here: [link]
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Part of a series of rotating papercrafts:
Luigi: [link]
Mario: [link]
Zora Armor Link: [link]
Aryll: [link]
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Papercrafts
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(link to template: fuckyeahgregoryhorrorshow.tumb… )
I have been loving Gregory Horror Show, so I looked up papercrafts of it, and heres a cool one! I had to assemble this with kid scissors (that's all i could find), and tape+liquid glue. So my cuts aren't the best, but I really liked this papercraft. Editing the image took a long time. 
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I'm just going to assume that the preview for my image is just broken and you can see the frog just fine.
Anyways here are some frogs. One with an open mouth the other with a closed mouth.
Enjoy!
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Tiger walked above stons
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My daughter wanted a photoshoot party for her birthday, so these are the results
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I'm so sorry for my bad english

Dibujo que hice entre medio de un enorme LAG D: imaginense!
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mays logo
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As you can see, adult/Menu Link is about two 90 grams TESA All-Purpose Glue bottles tall! ;o)

Download the parts and instructions to build your own papercraft Ocarina of Time adult Link (+lots more!) from my papercraft webpage: [link]

Have fun building!
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Ganondorf doesn't stand a chance! ;o)

Download the parts and instructions to build your own papercraft Ocarina of Time adult Link and Ganondorf (+lots more!) from my papercraft webpage: [link]

Have fun building!
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I finished building the final version of my papercraft Ocarina of Time adult Link, release will follow once I've finished the instructions: [link]

Stay tuned!

(in the picture, it might look like white Paladin Link is stabbing green Hero Link in the back, but that's really just an unfortunate photo angle... ;o)
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So this was one of my last briefs of my course. It was called a "fashion" brief, but that was a generic term for a retail pack, where we had to produce a catalogue, a point of sail display, swing tags, and a press ad for a relevant publication.

I was allowed to utilise my previous work with PaperpokÚs in this more or less open brief, which was cool and certainly would have saved me a tonne of time, in terms of the photography aspect, but of course, I had to do things the hard way, and I re-photographed the remaining pokes I had in the house and built a brand new model!

So, this retail pack has a the pre-printed template, a catalogue with recent/related models and and order form, model information, model building tips and hints, company information, and a certificate of authenticity. It would have also come with a USB thumb drive containing all the digital files attached to it if I had more time. Pity Nintendo would knee-cap us in a heartbeat if we ever did try to sell these, lol!

This is the fourth Gengar I have built, and how could anyone not love this one, especially with this awesome expression. And, yes, it has a completely open cavernous mouth, which is amazing!
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Just easy Finneon :D

Will be released soon on [link]
as soon as :iconpaperpokes: wants
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I absolutely adore this model!

Template can be found here: hyrulepapercraft.blogspot.se/2…
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I want to be the very best,
like no one ever was.
To build them is my test!
My childhood is my cause!
I will travel across the web,
searching far and wide
to find each Pokemon and understand
the art that's inside!
PAPERMON! 

Sorry I just had to...^^ 

     So here he is in all of his cosplay worthy glory! I decided to give him the name Char Lee (like Bruce Lee, Jet Lee, and Rock Lee, but pronounced like Charlie). He also has the nickname of Charzilla.  Currently, he is only built from the waist up, but after I retire him from cosplay in July I'll finish the rest of his body. Right now, he is set up in a way that his torso can slide into a back pack while his head and arms peak over my shoulder. The costume will hopefully give the impression that he is riding around in my backpack while I walk the con floor. 

     This project has been quite the undertaking. I wanted to learn from previous lifesized mistakes because the last Pokemon I built for cosplay purposes was all but destroyed after only one hour of floor time. So in order account for this, I build Charmeleon out of incredibly sturdy and light weight board.  

Modifications:
The original model can be found here jav-papercraft.blogspot.com/20… by javierini
I blew up the template so that it's sized matched the parameters provided by the video game poke'dex. It took three tries to get it right because I had trouble accounting for the model's pose.
The eyes, mouth, and teeth are all additions that I made. I hand made the tongue, hand painted the mouth, re-textured the eyes with a better image and laminated them, and re-purposed little cone-shape disposable cups as the teeth. Also, I made actual indention for the nostrils. 

This is the first project of this kind that I have built and I am pretty please with how it turned out.     

Comments and feedback are always welcome ^^
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Today I make Mega Rayquaza one of the cool looking Mega I've seen. This Pokemon looks like the dragon Eternal Shenron from Dragon Ball Z. This model is really tricky on the yellow electric part.

P.S. HAPPY NEW YEARS 2016!!!!!!

Model Creator ▶ :iconjavierini:

Time Lapse video ▶ youtu.be/TcFvtl42dYc

Mega Rayquaza Thumbnail Art by ▶ :iconsilentgpanda:

Download is coming soon
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It been almost 5 years since I stared posting Papercraft on deviantArt back in 2011. I been on the website since 2008 but didn't post anything. My old account is still active under Nintencrafter1983. I stared making papercraft back in 2008 with cube like models that you didn't need glue to put them together and later moved to bigger models that glue was needed. 

95% of these models we're destroyed over time since I printed them on copy paper. I wish I can remake some of them but the file are long gone or not available.

I wanted to thank
Sabi996 
ninjatoespapercraft 
Nintendo-Papercraft 
Gipi2009 
Skele-kitty 
javierini 

And other more designers that I can't find, But thanks for making Papercraft one of my biggest hobbies.
Also my Papercraft YouTube channel just hit 1,000 Subscribers <3
 
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Testbuild dir the amazing javierini.deviantart.com
Sorry I didn't finish it sooner
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