Papercraft Guitars

Posted by Michael James | Saturday, June 30, 2007 | , , | 0 comments »

Check out these cool guitar papercrafts. They are small but highly detailed. There's a couple of designs to choose from. Each model has 2 pages of parts.
Guitar Papermodels

Police Spinner Papercraft

Posted by Michael James | Thursday, June 28, 2007 | , | 0 comments »

A spinner is the generic term for a flying car in Blade Runner that can drive as a ground car, take off vertically, hover and cruise using jet propulsion. The movie featuring Harrison Ford came out in 1982, the year I was born so I never got the chance to see it. Maybe some of you did.

The link to the model is at the bottom of the page. It contains 9 pages of parts.
Blade Runner

Xbox 360 Miniature Papercrafts

Posted by Michael James | Sunday, June 24, 2007 | , | 0 comments »

Check out these cool Xbox 360 with different skins. There are currently 4 designs plus the original template. If you are a graphic artist then why not design your very own Xbox? Submit your works and help make the collection bigger.
XBOX Papercrafts

Dead Man's Chest Paper Model

Posted by Michael James | Friday, June 22, 2007 | , | 0 comments »

Disney Experience offers some of the best looking paper models on the web. The chest papercraft above definitely caught my attention. This model is beautifully detailed and is about 9.25" high, 16" wide and 8.75" deep. It is pretty big that you can put things inside. You'll need lots of paper and ink on this one though. You can get the model here. You can also download or purchase more models from the link below.
Disney Experience

Coastal Ferry Papercraft

Posted by Michael James | Wednesday, June 20, 2007 | , | 0 comments »

Lilla Veneda(a small coastal ferry from the Polish Baltic fleet in the 1960s) is probably the best looking papercraft ship to come out in a long time. The ship was posted to commemorate Digital Navy's 10th anniversary. This model which is in 1:100 scale is about 14" ( 36cm) long, 2.5" ( 6.3cm) wide and 5" (13 cm) high when completed.

Speakerdog Papercrafts

Posted by Michael James | Tuesday, June 19, 2007 | , | 0 comments »

Ben the Illustrator, the designer of the speaker dog toys together with the wonderful family of graphic designers, graffiti artists and illustrators from around the world have come up with an array of beautifully designed papercrafts for you to build and collect. With a variety of designs from cartoon characters, animals, appliances and even monsters, I'm sure you'll find one that'll suit your taste.
Speakerdog Papercraft

Locomotive Papercraft

Posted by Michael James | Sunday, June 17, 2007 | , | 1 comments »

"...Not very long ago, in the top left-hand corner of Wales, there was a railway. It wasn't a very long railway or a very important railway, but it was called The Merioneth and Llantisilly Rail Traction Company Limited, and it was all there was.And in a shed, in a siding at the end of the railway, lives the Locomotive of the Merioneth and Llantisilly Rail Traction Company Limited, which was a long name for a little engine so his friends just called him Ivor..."

So began, in 1959, the first episode of the first series of a set of television films which were to become part of the mainstream of Children's television for the next thirty years.

The model is very simple and everyone can build it. Just click and save the two sheets of parts and you're ready to roll.
Ivor the Engine

Mario Diorama Papercraft

Posted by Michael James | Thursday, June 14, 2007 | , | 1 comments »

Relive the Super Mario days by creating these diorama papercrafts of the world's most famous video game character. Each model has three pages of parts.

SD GAT-X303 Aegis Gundam Papercraft

Posted by Michael James | Tuesday, June 12, 2007 | , , , | 3 comments »

Here's a papercraft model from the anime series Gundam Seed. The model consists of 15 pages of un-colored parts. That means you need to print 'em on colored paper stock or you manually color the parts. Check out the designer's blog here. Enjoy!
link dead

Chinese Space Models

Posted by Michael James | Sunday, June 10, 2007 | , | 0 comments »

I have featured Soviet and American real space models before. It's time for some Chinese models this time. The papercraft above is the Changzheng (Long March) 2F rocket, the longest and heaviest among all Chinese launch rockets wherein you have to print 5 pages of parts. The second is the Shenzhou (Divine Vessel) which is pretty simple with only 2 pages of parts.

Konaya Inn Papercraft

Posted by Michael James | Thursday, June 07, 2007 | , | 2 comments »

Here's a unique architectural model taken from the first edition of Bakin's original novel "Hakkenden." The model is quite small and uses four pages of parts.
Kobungo's house

Canadian Navy Ship Papercraft

Posted by Michael James | Monday, June 04, 2007 | , , , | 0 comments »

The Canadian Navy is offering a papercraft model of Canadian Maritime Coastal Defence Vessel, the primary coastal patrol vessel of the Canadian Navy. You can choose from two versions, a simplified and an advanced model with more detailed parts. When finished, the model is about 30cm (12”) long and 15cm (6”) high.
Navy Papermodel

Build models "LEGO" style. Lots of Starwars models including Boba Fett, Storm/Sand troopers and more. There's a gundam papercraft including 3 versions of Zaku, Dom and Gelgoog. You can also find the robot models from the Japanese playstation game "Votoms." The models are pretty simple with only one page of parts each.