This Tony Start papercraft / paper figure template was submitted by Saurabh Jethani. He wanted his work to be hosted in paper-replika.com. The reason was, he thought Tony's papercraft should be in the same site as other Iron Man papercrafts. So Iron Man fan can download it and build it for free. He shared the template in 2 PDO files, one with lines and the other is without lines. You can open this template using Pepakura Viewer, as you may know PDO file can be a pattern and an assembly instructions at once, so there are no graphic image instructions as usual. This is part is only a beginning, the leg will be added soon after he finished preparing the rest of the part.
Tuti from Tuti and Friends Online Comic
This cute little girl papercraft template was submitted by Reza Nalendra (Ongo Art). Tuti is the main character of online comic Tuti and Friends created by Raden Mohamad Fajar (Fajar Design). She is a hyperactive little girl, innocent and always brings joy. Whenever she goes, she's always wearing a yellow safety construction helmet and carrying a giant toothbrush. The template contains 13 pages of patterns, it comes with 10 pages of instructions file, both template and assembly instructions are in PDF. Due to more than 2 Mbs of each files I split them into 2 parts each in RAR format, you have extract it after both parts have been downloaded.
Jaeger Striker Eureka Part 3 (Final)
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.
Oblivion Drone Paper Model
I know this is not a very new movie (2013), but it was playing again on HBO recently so it caught my attention again. This science fiction movie delivered with stunning and beautifully designed props and CG graphics. I like this movie for a particular reason, but in the general this movie is nothing original, about future earth and ET or alien connection, but there is one idea that interested me though. It is about the soul or personality is like a data on a memory card or an HDD drive, it can be copied and it will feel the same and will react the same. It suggest human is just a biological robot that can be copied. On the CG side, I love those drones. The sound effect is amazing also how they react with the environment, it is very cool. The drone is designed for Universal Pictures by Tom Tenery (interior parts) and the beautiful white drone's casing was designed by Daniel Simon. The paper model template only contains of 3 pages of patterns to build this diy drone, exclude 1 page for a display stand. The complete model will be 8 cm height on 1:20 scale. UPDATE : also available a template with 2 times bigger below (scale 1:10)
Sobek - Ancient Egypt God Papercraft
This is the fourth god to be added to the god and goddess of ancient Egypt paper craft collection. Sobek is a Nile river god, often depicted as a true crocodile or a man with crocodile head. He is a vicious, savage and wild god, wild as an animal but in the same time has soft sides, like protecting his child and treat them gently by transporting the young ones inside his jaw, among his sharp pointy teeth. Reflect the love of god to his worshiper. People of ancient Egypt especially on Faiyum region worship and rely on him for protecting them especially from the danger of the Nile river. There are many Sobek temple and crocodile mummies backed up that theory. If I'd go to Egypt tour I'll search that area. In one era, Sobek also fused with Horus as a Sobek-Ra, a solar deity in the New Kingdom (1550—1069 BCE). There are already 3 god and goddess available in the collection that you can find here, there are : Horus, Anubis and Bastet.
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