I got this pic recently from *Kat* who made some of my NaniBirds using something called CraftRobo. It's a kind of die cutting machine for all kinds of flat materials. Using it she made tiny versions of the birdies... you can see the size comparison to the envelopes in the background.
At $300 the CraftRobo is waaaaay too rich for my… Continue
Added by mckibillo on March 20, 2008 at 6:27pm —
You know DOFUS? A very great and popular flash MMORPG, made in France (that's why he is very popular in France).
There is a papertoy in every Dofus mag' since the first! ......... well, OK, there are only two numeros :)
Meet Sparky--a matchstick with big problems. He stands about 8 inches tall, adding some height to any Papertoy collection. Right now there is no website--I lack the skillz--but he's available in a PDF for anyone interested in building. There are already quite a few variations I've built, but he's got a pretty simple form that is open to customization… Continue
In this friendly model making competition from FX Console!
There's alot of talented and skilled artists on nice paper toys.. anyone up to creating a custom toy for this friendly competition?
It would be cool to see a range of gaming centred toys from you guys. So far, I've only seen Marshall Alexander's work that has gaming as a theme. Might be something fun to do: to expand paper toy subjects to beyond your current… Continue
Comic Monkey, my latest papertoy kit is now available in my on-line store The Custom Paper Toy Company. There are only 30 left of this first printing. It's only 4 bucks plus 1 for shipping and handling.
Added by Matt Hawkins on March 8, 2008 at 11:24am —
hey guys! havnt added a post or a comment or anything here for AGES!!! :P
just letting ya'll know that in my Vis-Comm class, we have been designing C and DVD covers. I really liked mine so i thought i'd share it with you guys. Heres a link to the pic and some more info on B.B.'s shefbuddy designs right here- \
I was playing around in Sketchup to see if I could make a simple Papertoy to run through Piperka.
What I came up with is this:
Which might be a bit too reminiscent to Mark James's Cardboy, but I liked it. (The head leans forward a bit, and of course the body is different, but it's still a small body with a giant square head... :-) )
Something I don't like though is Piperka. The arms (Which are mirror copies...)… Continue