Low Poly Mask by kongorilla I'm going to say something your friends have been afraid to tell you: You could stand to lose a few polygons. Here's a blank canvas for the new you. Or your Halloween costume. List of Toys and Games beforemario will gradually expand to feature all toys and games created by Nintendo in the period from the mid 60s up to the arrival of the Famicom. The list provided below is a chronological overview of the current content of this blog. This is not (yet) an exhaustive list of the entire Nintendo portfolio of this era; it will grow as blog posts are added. Nintendo Toys and Games - 1965 to 1983 Timeline Before 1965
Platonic Solids - Fold Up Patterns <A HREF=" Widgets</A> Amazon.com - an ever-growing list of books, videos, tools, software, art and other items, or just select from the entire Amazon site Astro-logix - a unique system of glow-in-the-dark hubs and day-glow cylinders to make a phenomenal variety of 2D and 3D geometric models How to make a paper model from scratch. The way i design paper toys is to work at them in a 3d modelling program and then export to another program that breaks them down into nets that you can print off and assemble. I'm not saying this is the only way, there are people out there that design completely using pen and paper. Props to them, but you have to be precise and i'm a messy kinda guy. The program we are going to use to make the nets is called Pepakura Designer 2 - It's a japanese program and so the documentation for it is a bit squiffy. It's also shareware - you can work on a project and print it out but you can't save.
The Enchanted Petal: How to Make a Paper Flower Medallion A few months ago I came across a picture of some paper wall art that looked like pretty dahlias and thought… I can totally make that, so I did! I made large ones and small ones and before I knew it I made a lot of them. I brought them into the flower shop and my coworkers loved them! We hung them on a wall in our office and it turned into a pretty spiffy looking bit of wall art.
s Best Photos of model and papercraft Flickr Hive Mind is a search engine as well as an experiment in the power of Folksonomies. All thumbnail images come directly from Flickr, none are stored on Flickr Hive Mind. These photos are bound by the copyright and license of their owners, the thumbnail links take to you to the photos (as well as their copyright and license details) within Flickr. Take a Hidden Picture Take a picture is a fine-art project by artists Brad Blucher and Kyle Clements. In the exhibit, the human eye see is only able to see blank surfaces (in our case, blank canvases). People walk up to the show space and see blank canvases hanging on the wall.
PAPERMAU: robots Created by designer and modeler BLaaR75, this is the paper model version of the Mektek Kanazuchi, from MechWarrior 4 videogame. The coolest thing is that you can change the textures at ease with Pepakura program, just as I did in the pictures on this post. Just open the model in Pepakura Viewer Free Version and: 1 - Go to "Setting" 2 - Click in "Texture Setting" 3 - This will open a "Texture Configuration" box
New Horizons: Index?order=downlinkDate&page=1 The images posted at this website were taken by the LOng Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) on the New Horizons spacecraft. LORRI is the most sensitive and highest resolution imager aboard New Horizons. In fact, it is one of the most sensitive and highest resolution imagers ever flown on a planetary mission.
The PEPAKURA question thread - PLEASE READ RULES IN FIRST POST! This thread is where to look first for any information regarding PEPAKURA.If you are looking for information on the technique, then go through this thread first. Pep is not that hard to understand, so a quick glance will go a long way.For the original software go to Tamasoft´s website Pepakura DesignerThere is a free pep file viewer available from Tamasoft, the full version of the software which lets you edit and manipulate files and make your own unfolds, for only 38 US-$. Requests for "free" versions of Pepakura are unnecessary at that price tag.Freeware and shareware 3D-software is available e.g. underwww.blender.orgwww.wings3d.comwww.sketchup.google.comMeshLab - Browse Files at SourceForge.netMore can be found here:Free 3D SoftwareResources for modelsIf you are looking for specific resources like files and can´t find them in here, then please use the search function first before posting any requests.
Grumm a moody piece of paper Meet Grumm, a moody piece of paper… When I started writing about urban papercraft, I got inspired by Brickboy and Spiky Baby (and recently added to this list: e440): I wanted to create my own figure. And so I did!