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I love paper models! ;o)

So I made my own for you to download and build right here on my papercraft webpage and feature lots of other people’s models and my own works in progress on my papercraft weblog!

Have fun building!


    • I’m a big Star Trek fan, but I’m afraid I can’t promise you which papercraft models I will do in the future, sorry…!

      There are lots more papercrafting Star Trek fans though, so there are lots more papercraft Star Trek ships! ;o)

      There is a papercraft Enterprise-E that you can download from MTK’s Cardcraft page: http://mtkcardcraft.blogspot.com/2013/02/11000-sovereign-project.html

      And there used to be a papercraft Sovereign-class starship on Zosho’s papercraft webpage as well, but unfortunately it looks like he took down the download links: http://www.geocities.jp/ikenohata2005/papermodel2-e.html :o(

      There’s an e-mail adress on his “about” page though (link; just replace the [at] part with @) so maybe you can contact him and ask if he would be willing to send you the paper model…?

      The model is actually from the Yamato, the Enterprise-E’s sister ship, but I seem to remember him having a version with the Enterprise-E’s markings as well; or maybe somebody else made those alternative parts (which you could do too of course!) you’d have to ask him about that… ;o)

      Like I said, there are lots of Star Trek fans that like making paper models from their favourite starship, so there might be more papercraft Enterprise-Es, but those are the ones I can remember right now; I’m sorry I can’t help you better than this, but I hope you can find a nice papercraft Enterprise-E to build! ;o)

  1. Hey Ninjatoes’,How do you get papercrafts if you don’t have you’re printer hooked
    P.S. Thank you for getting me reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeealllly great papercrafts :D

    • If you can’t use your own printer, you can look for people/companies that offer to send their paper models to you as a printed kit (normally for a fee of course).

      You can also sometimes still find papercraft kits in physical stores and shops, but not nearly as many as you can find online nowadays unfortunately…!

      You can also try looking for a copy/print shop in the town or city where you live: sometimes you can e-mail the files you want to print to them, or you can put them on a USB-stick, and then they can print it for you (for a small fee of course).

      So there are other options, but nothing beats having a good printer of your own, so I hope you can get yours working soon again! ;o)

      • ohhh man dammit thanks for that! i am really apreciate it. haha. now im in fire to make more tube-papercrafts.
        i’ve ever build cloud strife papercraft and many more, but it is a 2 years ago. now im bussy in college :(

        • You’re welcome, I think many people will like the “Dumb Ways to Die” series, they’re very funny! ;o)

          I can totally understand the “lack of time” problem: papercraft is just a hobby, and there are other important things too, and college comes first of course.

          But I hope you can find some time for your hobby again, have fun and do well in college!

  2. interesting web site and im sure im gonna have fun makeing some of these. Being a sci-fi fan ive afew to choose from star trek and battlestar . Thankyou for hosting and publishing your designs and look forward to others soon….. like the Battlestar raptor ;)

  3. I think if you end up making a papercraft dragon I might weild-bend metal and use one of your designs to make a life size dragon. I love dragons. So it would be an awesome idea to see. c:

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