In this video, the Pirate Ship Restaurant is being broken down into its individual parts.
I decided to revisit the restaurant model to see where I left off in my progress . . . nearly 2 years ago.
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.