If you haven’t been following on Google+, I’ve updated both the Flying Saucer and Demon Clock mini paper models. They have been re-drawn with cleaner, smoother graphics, and the cut/fold lines are clearly defined.
As an added bonus, I’ve re-structured all of the donation prices in the Donation Center to give you a bit more bang for your buck. I know that the economy is tough on everyone’s pocket.
I blame Fred Folger for this, I really do. Fred is the designer of the Country Bear Playhouse featured in the video. If I had to withstand the torture of listening to my nephews sing and play with it, you have to, too!
I don’t normally add papercrafts from Disney websites due to their sheer numbers. But, in this case, I made an exception because they were too cool and geeky. These Starspeeder 1000 models are simple, and they’re on my list of future paper models to design . . . and to build with my nephew.
I’ve been getting the itch to design a paper model of a classic Disney ship, especially after finding several new reference images online. But, what I would like to do is record video of the whole process.
The videos would include modeling the ship in 3-D, converting to 2-D, adding graphics, and assembly. Maybe even the photo shoots.
The two recording devices that I have are not up-to-par. My webcam is good, but the auto-focus is constantly resetting itself, and it isn’t mobile. My Kindle’s front-facing camera is poor quality, but portable. I think the best solution is to get a camcorder instead of a smart phone like I had originally planned.