Paper Automata « Paper Modeling With The Toy Shop. The Toy Shop was a wonderful computer program from the ’80s which allowed you to decorate and print twenty different paper models which actually move!
It included all the dowels, wires, balloons, and so on which were required to create the models. I’ve enjoyed using this program on my Commodore 64 for many years, and now I am able to share these models with the paper modeling community so you can download and build your very own Toy Shop creations with any PC or Mac! For more paper modeling with computers of yore, see my Paper Models – The Christmas Kit page! (Skip the chatter! Take me to the models!) Paper Modeling, Card Modeling, Paper Craft, Paper Automata: Creating three-dimensional objects from a flat piece of paper is a favorite hobby of mine.
For several years I have been fascinated with a program I used on my Commodore 64 called “The Toy Shop.” I thoroughly enjoyed the models, but I became disenchanted with the quality and hassle of my Commodore printer. Coloring the Images: The boxes - paperboxworld free paper toys. Cubeelog. On the topic of Jessie Eisenberg as Lex Luthor… Summing up reactions I’m seeing on Facebook etc, it seems like people who liked MoS are like this: People that didn’t like MoS are like this: And the fans of the original Superman films are like this: If you remember when Heath Ledger was cast as the Joker it was as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror – and were suddenly silenced when the film came out.
I think this is an interesting choice. Having a sort of scrawny, brainy, quick witted and still somewhat intense version of Lex is more of an opposite of Superman than any previous version of Lex. I’m pretty excited for the new Marvel stuff – Captain America 2 and Ant-Man. I’ve also been watching Arrow recently and am interested to see what they do with The Flash series. /po/ - Papercraft & Origami. One Sheet of Paper (30 pics) We already had a post of Weird Toilet Paper Roll Art, showing Yuken Teruya’s beautiful cutouts of Toilet paper rolls, and now I present another super creative artist, Peter Callesen, who does something similar, but this time out of single A4 paper sheets.
“Lately I have worked almost exclusively with white paper in different objects, paper cuts, installations and performances. A large part of my work is made from A4 sheets of paper. It is probably the most common and consumed media used for carrying information today. This is why we rarely notice the actual materiality of the A4 paper. By taking away all the information and starting from scratch using the blank white A4 paper sheet for my creations, I feel I have found a material that we are all able to relate to, and at the same time the A4 paper sheet is neutral and open to fill with different meaning.
Paper Gear Heart - Martin - Picasa Web Albums. Cubeecraft - Free Papercraft Toys - (Navigation privée) Chronicle Books Blog » Blog Archive » Chronicle Craft: Sneak Pee. As always we have some great craft books coming out this spring, with topics ranging from wallpaper projects, to sewing baby clothes, to more embroidery with Sublime Stitcher Jenny Hart! Also new to our list is Dorm Decor ($19.95, officially out in May and available for pre-order now). Dorm Decor offers a wide range of simple projects to spiff up drab dorm rooms.
Beyond your dorm days? These crafts can invigorate any living space in a hurry. There’s tons to choose from — bedding, rugs, lampshades, pillows, desktop organizers, and more. Leave a comment below telling us your tricks for brightening up a bland dorm room (or home). Oh Dear, Deer HeadExcerpted from Dorm Decor (available May 2009) For the animal lover, activist, or simply anyone with a sense of humor, this faux buck will make any dorm-room dweller proud. Make the pieces 1. Cover the pieces 2. 3. 4. Hang the deer head 5. 6. 7. Click here to download the below images. Check out more Chronicle Craft posts. Rock Paper Scissors: 3d deer puzzle. Home.