Sugoi, that's speechless!! O.O
Not all of them; I do for my Advance Wars series, and other ones like the Batmobile, most of my Star Trek ships, the Star Wars TIE-Fighter, One Piece "Going Merry" boat and several others.
But for most of my other paper models from video games, I use a 3D model on the computer and the great tool Pepakura Designer, which can unfold a digital 3D model into 2D papercraft parts: www.tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura-en…
But sometimes it's just too boring to sit behind a computer all day long staring at a digital 3D model, so sometimes I still like to make paper models by hand directly on actual paper. ;o)
This hand drawn papercraft can actually be considered the precursor for my fully tridimensional wheel design on digital patterns, as it actually was built with 3D wheels all around, although at that time, I didn't even imagined I would develop fully tridimensional wheels for my digital designs.
As a vehicle papercraft, that Neoplan was the only land vehicle papercraft I did - the others are all warships, including that three meter long cruiser.
are you making any new papercrafts? if you are can you tell me what they are I LOVE YOUR WORK. ;0)
This Advance Wars Anti-Air unit is the paper model I'm working on right now, and which one I'll do after that, I don't know yet. ;o)
I plan on making all the Advance Wars unit in paper someday, but I like to switch between paper models, so the next one probably won't be an Advance Wars model again already.
On my papercraft weblog, I always try to post updates on my "works in progress": ninjatoes.blogspot.com/search/… so there you can always see what I'm working on (and you can also find lots of paper models from other people! ;o)
The reason for that is very simple: I find it much more fun to use markers / water colours on my these models, and I love the hand drawn and hand coloured way they look in the end! ;o)