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Spiderman Homecoming Papercraft

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You must have seen Spiderman Homecoming movie. If you have not then you must watch it. It's very cool, very entertaining and there are many new and exciting things in the life of Peter Parker as an ordinary teenager. By the way we have a new spiderman homecoming papercraft. The pattern was made by Rhangga Adhiyaksa in his free time while waiting to go to the university as a freshman. He uses Blender 3D software to create the 3D model and it takes 2 weeks to complete. The file consists of 2 files, a PDF as a pattern and PDO as an assembly instructions. The PDF pattern consists of 4 pages and if they all printed, cut and assembled, it will become a 24 cm spiderman 3D paper statue.

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Where's Wally / Waldo Paper Craft

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I still remember when I was in elementary school, my friend brought a book with lots of pictures but not a comic, we have to find a person with a distinctive outfit in the crowded beach, park or town scenery. It's very interesting, even though he's wearing a unique red white stripe long arm T-shirt, it's not helping much, it's still hard to find him. The book is titled Where's Waldo. I just know that Waldo has many names. in the US and Canada, he called Waldo but in the UK and Europe also called Wally. The book series is created by the English illustrator Martin Handford. I'm surprised there's no Wally / Waldo paper craft out there, so here it is, I made it for Waldo fans. Now you can make your own Where's Wally scene, by putting this paper craft in the crowded area and take a picture with your camera and the game begins for your friends and family.

Where's Wally - Waldo paper craft

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Jaeger Striker Eureka Paper Craft Part 3 (Final)

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Finally the final part is released, this part is for Striker Eureka hips and both legs. This part also has the most pages compare to the previous parts, it has 29 pages. The segments are pretty big in size, almost without small segments. There are no joint here because it was planned as a paper statue. I have not tested to standing yet, but I have calculate that both legs will be able to support and will be quite balance. But if I am wrong you can add a square cardboard as its base and glue both feet on to it, it will support the whole body of this Australian Jaeger model.

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