Build your own little wooden boy, just like Gepetto! Okay, he’s made of paper, but just as impressive.
' Paper Models ' Category
The December edition of Classic Toy Trains Magazine comes out on November 1. You can catch a glimpse of the article in the video preview, above, at the 48-second mark.
Buy a copy online here.
Designed by Rebecca P. Chestney.
Happy Independence Day, everyone! This impromptu papercraft was not intended to be released, but since there was some interest from the community, we decided to put it up for all to download.
Portholes, windows, and doorways are cut away from the hull.
Questions? Ask them in the comments, and I’ll try to answer them either in a future video or in the comments below.
I was going through the website today, looking for any broken/mis-matched links. That’s when I came to discover that Uhu02′s Black Pearl paper model is available to the public! Oh, happy day! It had been previously kept private (except for those of us who knew how to access it) due to pirate activity (ironic!). Hopefully, that will make up for the long-overdue Disneyland pirate ship videos.
I am looking into new screen capture software right now. The one I was using (VLC) only recorded video, so I had to record audio separately. Of course, the two never wanted to play nice and sync up during editing. I did find another piece of software (CamStudio) that records both, but the quality isn’t nearly as good. I may have to look into paid software, but they can be expensive. Sit tight.
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.