Monday, October 20, 2014
Sometimes it's easier to make papercraft models from "old" video games, because they're quite blocky, which translates very nicely into "blocky-style" papercraft models. ;o)
But sometimes the 3D models from old video games are so "simple", that they need quite a bit of work to be made into papercraft models...
Sunday, October 19, 2014
I have no idea if the Glico candy snacks Kancolle papercraft promotion is still in effect, but as you can see, I really don't think we'll ever have to worry about Japanese candy lovers not having any neat promotions with their candy... ;o)
The picture above is from a special version of Nestlé Japan's "Adult Sweets" Kit Kat package, which has a cool, no-glue-needed/tab-and-slot papercraft D51 class steam locomotive mini Kit Kat dispenser included! ;o)
This is not The Urban Paper Collective's new monthly model yet, but a limited time only Fantonaball, the balancing elephant!
Saturday, October 18, 2014
"Plague doctors" were special doctors that treated victims of the terrible epidemics that spread through medieval Europe and after. Because it was believed that these plagues spred through "putrid air", from the 17th century they began to wear special costumes with masks with long beaks over their nose filled with aromatic items and perfumes.
Friday, October 17, 2014
Mike made the 1952 Nash Ambassador in many different colours (including a police car version! ;o) but I guess the 1957 Cyclops II concept car is so unique, that there's only one of that. ;o)
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Dr. Frankenstein put his flesh monster together with surgical thread, but the lesser known Dr. Hippenstein used simple glue to create his papercraft monster...