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November 19, 2014

Papercraft Blade Runner Cars

In the 1982 movie, Blade Runner, the police use cars called Spinners. Spinners can both fly and move on the ground like a regular car.  These miniature papercraft Spinners were created by Dave Winfield.  At his website (located here), Dave offers a wide selection of free paper models of vehicles seen in movies and TV shows.

November 17, 2014

Papercraft Avengers Magic Folding Cube

A magic folding cube is a cube with six photos on the sides that folds open to create a new cube with six different photos showing. In this case, the photos on the cube are of Marvel's Avengers! The twelve photos included on the cube are: Thor, Captain America, Iron Man, The Hulk, Black Widow, Hawkeye, Nick Fury, Agent Coulson, Agent Hill, Dr. Selvig, Loki and the Avengers logo. Links to the template, instructions, and a video may be found at the Crafty Sod blog.

November 14, 2014

Papercraft Urban Buildings for Miniature Gaming

This collection of papercraft urban buildings was created for Dropzone Commander, a 10mm scale sci-fi tabletop wargame. Each of the buildings is nicely detailed with projecting balconies, roof top mechanical units, and parapets that are double sided. PDF templates for the buildings are available for download at the Hawk Wargames website. Also available are printable roads to place between the buildings.

November 11, 2014

Disney Cheshire Cat Fortune Teller

This printable Cheshire Cat "fortune teller" toy is the same shape as D12 dice used in RPG games. The toy works on the same principle as the "Magic 8 Ball" toy (only the die inside the Magic 8 Ball has 20 sides instead of just 12). Having only two pieces, the fortune teller is a quick and easy build. The papercraft template for the toy is available at the Disney Australia website.

November 5, 2014

6th Anniversary!

Today marks the 6th anniversary of Tektonten Papercraft! What a fun ride it has been so far! Here's a heartfelt "thank you" to everyone who has supported my efforts. Pictured are some of the paper models that have been featured on the blog over the years. Some are my own creations and some are the creations of others. From left to right we have:

October 27, 2014

Happy Bat Papertoy

Over the years, designer Brian Ratliff has created a dozen different Halloween themed paper toys. My favorite of the bunch is this happy bat. Also included in his spooky collection are Dracula, a wolf man, a mummy, a witch and some irritable owls. Templates for each of the paper toys may be downloaded at Brian's blog, Chemical9.

October 21, 2014

Retro Papercraft Pumpkin Treat Box

These papercraft pumpkin treat boxes were modeled after cardboard Halloween decorations from the 1940's. The happy jack-o'-lanterns are just the right size for a handful of candy corn. The template for the pumpkin (found here) was created by Heidi Kenny at Mypapercrane.