We’ve gathered some pretty neat paper helmets (Iron Man: Mark 46, Honey Lemon, Captain America) for you to try out.
The holidays are here, and you know what that means: toys! If you’ve built Julius Perdana’s Sheriff Woody paper model, you may or may not have the matching Bullseye model.
One day, I was flipping through the Disney Store magazine (remember those?), and I came across an image of a Nautilus model that they were selling. It wasn’t a plastic model; it was an expensive, pre-assembled scale replica. I examined the basic shape of the submarine, and I said to myself, “I can build that out of paper.” Better yet, I could share it online for those who, like me, couldn’t afford the real thing.
Halloween wouldn’t be complete without a smattering of villains, and Marvel villains are just as valid as any traditional Disney villain.
Over the years, I always retained my childhood love of creating small models, but I hated plastic kits. I moved away from the prefabricated kits with step-by-step instructions, and I decided to go my own route.
Embellishments can enhance any paper model or craft. There are endless tools and items that you can use; here are just a few.
Glue keeps your paper models and crafts together. Without them, they’d sag and fall apart.
We’ve got a couple of goodies for you today: another Fan Board submission, and a poseable paper doll restoration.
Folds give paper models and crafts their form. They can transform flat shapes into cubes, cones, and spheres.
Cutting is important for any paper model or craft. Good cuts make parts fit together better, and make the final craft look good.