December 31, 2017

Papercraft Warhammer Bunker

One last post for 2017! Here we have an Imperial bunker for use in Warhammer 40,000 tabletop wargamming. At five parts, the bunker is incredibly simple to build! This model was built by German Warhammer enthusiast, Ralf Engels. A printable template for the model may be downloaded here.

Other Papercraft Architecture for Miniature Gaming:

Elf Cloister
Medieval Tents
Modern Urban Buildings
Mage Knight City
Modular Castle

December 27, 2017

1981 Lancia Stratos Paper Model

The Lancia Stratos was a successful rally car during late 1970s and early 80s. This paper model Stratos has the color scheme of Bernard Darniche's car when he won the 1981 Tour de Corse. A printable template for this paper model may be downloaded here. Production of the road version of the Lancia Stratos ceased in 1978.

Other Papercraft Race Cars:

Lotus E-20
Aston Martin DBR9
Porsche 917
Maserati 250F

December 16, 2017

Star Wars Porg Paper Toy

Porgs are one of the most talked about of the new creatures that were introduced in Star Wars: The Last Jedi (I think cuteness may be a factor). ^^ Porgs are the bird-like animals that inhabit the island where the aged Luke Skywalker makes his home. This porg paper toy was created by Fold Up Toys. The single piece, printable template for the toy may be downloaded here.

Other Star Wars Papercraft:

Han Solo
Princess Leia
BB-9E Droid

December 10, 2017

Printable Christmas Tree Advent Calendar

This printable Christmas tree Advent calendar from Canon Creative Park has an ingenious method for counting the days until Christmas. The tree contains numbered drawers corresponding to the days of December.  After the appropriate drawer is pulled out of the tree (and the treat inside consumed!), the drawer is then replaced in the tree backwards. On the back of each drawer is an ornament for the Advent tree! This papercraft was designed by Masahiro Watanabe.

Other Papercraft Advent Calendars:
Santa Boxes
Modern Town
Winter Village

December 3, 2017

3D Papercraft Doomguy Mask

Remember the in-game space marine avatar in the original Doom video game? His steely face was the health indicator in the heads-up display at the bottom of the screen. Using the 2D HUD image of the Doomguy's face, Dean Swanton created this printable 3D papercraft mask! Dean has graciously allowed me to offer the template for the mask through Tektonten Papercraft. A download of Dean's files may be found here. Be forewarned, the files are in a somewhat raw form and may require some cleanup to improve the build-ability of the model. The first Doom game was released in 1993.

Other Video Game Masks:

Payday Santa
Crash Bandicoot Aku Aku & Uka Uka
Borderlands 2 Handsome Jack
Kirby Meta Knight
Skyrim Konahrik Dragon Priest