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Final Fantasy X Iron Giant papercraft release by ninjatoespapercraft, visual art

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I love papercraft -
so I made my own for you to download, print and build! ;o)
I often get questions about what kind of paper you should use for papercraft, what kind of glue, what does "scoring" mean, which program you need to open PDO files, and many more. Although there's really no definitive answer to most of these questions of course, I made a small "Papercraft building FAQ" to help people with the most common questions: Ninjatoes papercraft building FAQ Have fun building!
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Besides my own papercraft works in progress and releases, you can also find old and new papercraft models made by other people on my papercraft weblog in the Daily Features category! Ninjatoes' papercraft weblog As the name says, there are new free paper models to download and build every day! Of course I don't want it to be a clone of sites like Paperkraft.net so if it's already been posted there, I'll just suffice with a retweet on my Twitter account: http://twitter.com/ninjatoespaper But since sites like Paperkraft.net focus almost exclusively on new releases, I'll also post old models that often haven't been on Paperkraft.net before (
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Before I started making papercraft models using the computer, I made them by hand, and over the years, some people have used them as the basis to give them a digital overhaul, especially my Star Trek models: http://ninjatoes.wordpress.com/category/star-trek/ And here's another one: the Deep Space Nine Danube-class runabout "Rubicon", this time by Paul McCool, who also repainted the Type-10 shuttlecraft "Chaffee" earlier: http://ninjatoes.wordpress.com/2003/07/23/star-trek-type-10-shuttlecraft-chaffee/ But it's not a mere repaint, Paul did lots of work tweaking and fine-tuning it, which tou can read all about on his own weblog, The Rosco Fil
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Hi, I like your paper models.
Watching you!
Thanks! I don't make them as often anymore right now, but I still like to make new ones whenever I can, just not as much anymore.. ;o)
Patient mode ON.
No problem. I'll wait  =P
Hi thank you for the lovely fave! Always a pleasure to see you looking at my works :)
Of course! ;o) I always enjoy seeing other people's papercrafts too!
Hey, good man! i really love your batmobile model. Have you considered to create another models, such as payphones, vending machines, you know, urban accesories for action figures? i'd be grateful!!
Have a nice day!
I usually make papercrafts characters and vehicles from video games or movies, so I'm afraid chances that I will make terrain/scenery like that are very slim, sorry...

I know a lot of other websites do have stuff like that, though, to make papercraft tabletop gaming terrain, or display pieces for action figures (like Figma doll scenery):

Here are a few links that I remembered posting about earlier:

ninjatoes.blogspot.com/2012/01…
ninjatoes.blogspot.com/2014/03…
ninjatoes.blogspot.com/2013/06…
ninjatoes.blogspot.com/2012/07…

And here are many more links that I had bookmarked when I decided to share them on my papercraft weblog, much of them are for fantasy/sci-fi wargaming, but some have urban/modern terrain and scenery too:
ninjatoes.blogspot.com/2008/08…

And of course, with Google you can find *lots* more, even from commercial companies that often have some freebies to let fans try out their papercraft works.

The scale might not be right, but one of the good things of papercraft is that you can adjust that to your liking of course. ;o)

I hope you will find some papercrafts you can use, have fun!