Majora’s Mask by Lin Kiat

29-05-2007: It took Lin Kiat from Singapore only two hours to make this Majora’s Mask as his first papercraft.

It seems the evil powers within the mask have taken over a UHU glue stick! I don’t think the world is in any immediate danger, though.

But wait a minute… Was the Moon always so close to Earth..?

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Zelda models by Toni Allen

26-05-2007: Toni Allen built my young princess Zelda, Majora’s Mask and Link models, as you can see. But wait, there’s more!

Not only did she make some nice display stands, she also made a Navi (the little fairy that guides Link in Ocarina of Time) out of a blue pom-pom, a little copperwire and some shiny fabric.

Here’s a close-up of Link and one of Navi, and here’s one of Princess Zelda.

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Blue Moon APC by Tom Broadwood

19-05-2007: Tom also built some other paper models that can be found on the website: picture 3 | picture 4

16-05-2007: hailing from the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, Tom ‘Meatloaf’ Broadwood has sent me his picture of the Blue Moon APC he built!

The little guys on top of the tanks are without a doubt the most difficult parts of my Advance Wars papercraft models, so Tom did some experimenting to build them like stuffing the inside of the head and wrapping it with sticky tape: picture

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Interview by GamesMaster magazine

08-05-2007: a little while ago, I was contacted by Adam Norton, who works as a freelancer for GamesMaster Magazine, “the UK’s best-selling multiformat videogame magazine!” ;o)

He wanted to ask me a couple of short questions for a small interview for the section “We Really Love Games” (featured in the May 2007 issue no. 185 on page 55). He sent me a copy and for those that don’t live in the UK and still want to read it, I was allowed to scan it to show it here.

What can I say? I just Really Love Games. ;o)