Which papercraft model would you like to download?




What’s papercraft?” you ask?

Well, that’s when (in this case ;o)  you print a page of parts (preferably on some thicker paper) cut them out and fold them, and then glue them together to make your very own 3D paper model of your favourite game/anime/movie character/whatever you like!

There are a lot of websites where you can find free templates to download and build, including my own one of course which you’re visiting right now. ;o)

Currently, I have one-hundred-and-eighty-six (186) models in stock for you. Select one of the Categories above or in the sidebar to the right to find the model you wish to download (if it’s not in one of the obvious categories, try the miscellaneous section).

If you want to contact me, or send me a picture of your finished paper model for the hall of fame, you can send me an e-mail at and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

Have fun building!



  1. Hey, just wanted to say keep up the good work. I made my first papercraft of your zelda twilight princess link model years ago when I was in middle school. Glad to see you’re still doing papercraft. Cheers.

    • Yes, although I don’t have a lot of spare time anymore, I do still love papercraft, and I definitely want to make new ones when I can! ;o)

      It’s great to hear that you remembered my Twilight Link, I hope you enjoyed building it, have fun and all the best!

  2. Hi Ninjatoes, Dont know if you remember myself, but i redesigned one of your Lego models some time ago into Captain America and also Bane from Batman?
    I was wanting to ask if you had any plans to potentially try and design a Batman to go with your collection? As it would only require you to design a new helmet as the rest of the body could simply be re-drawn???
    With the film being out and friends knowing about the models i have made in the past (All my models have been gifted to multiple children within my family and friendship group!) I am being asked if it would be possible to make a Batman!!
    Redesign of the body would be easy, but i have no skills or abilities when it comes to designing new parts for the models.
    Your help and advice would be appreciated

    Kind regards


    • Sure I remember you! And I’m happy to hear your friends liked your redraws! I get asked a lot to make specific papercrafts, including a LEGO Batman. ;o) And you know I’m a big LEGO fan ánd a big Batman fan, so I’d love to make one, but papercraft is only a hobby of mine, and especially lately, I’ve been really swamped with other things, so I hardly have any time at the moment I’m afraid to make new papercrafts, because it really does take me a lot of time… So I’m afraid that I can’t promise you that I will be able to make a LEGO Batman anytime soon, sorry… :o(

  3. Hola te saludo y te agradesco por tus madelos de papel. Gracias a esos modelos Yo los transformo en diseños de aluminio (modelos hechos con latas de aluminio.) Como el alcon milenario.

  4. Hey Ninjatoes! Im currently building wolf link, and im having trouble with parts 49-64. Do you have any tips or perhaps a schematic to help? Thank you and keep making awesome models!

    • I’m afraid I don’t have a good tip or good schematic to make it easier, sorry… :o( Only some general tips:

      Firstly, because the teeth are so small, I really recommend having the PDF file open on your computer screen so you can zoom in on the parts: the teeth are small, but each of them has several folding lines that you need to score and fold that you probably can’t see very well on the printed versions!

      Secondly, I think it helps if you “imagine” the shape the teeth need to be in your head: most of them will need to be a 3, 4, 5, etc. sided pyramid shape (a few teeth are different, but if you fold them properly and follow the arrows (and “trial-and-error” a few times, sorry…) you can get it right! ;o)

      Focus on one teeth at a time, and firstly, score and fold all the fold lines and make sure you don’t forget any of them!

      Then look at the arrows on the template, and follow the ones that point to the part itself first: usually it will tell you which glueing flap you need to glue to which edge to get the required pyramid shape.

      It’s difficult, because the parts are small and the shapes are difficult, but I hope you can do it! ;o)

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