LEGO ghost and Disney’s Kim Possible by lubm

11-06-2013: Here’s another papercraft model built by lubm already, the LEGO ghost! There’s no need to be scared though, because the LEGO ghost is a very friendly ghost. ;o)

As you can see, underneath that ghostly cloak is just an all-white, featureless figure with no face: picture

(okay, maybe that’s not really less scary than a smiling ghost…)

But even ghosts like to relax too from time to time, so lubm made a nice little bench for him to sit on: picture ;o)

And on special occasions (like Halloween maybe? ;o) the friendly LEGO ghost likes to do something special, so he gets rid of his regular feet when he puts on his ghost shroud, so it appears as if he is really floating in the air over the ground…! ;o)

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08-06-2013: Kim Possible is just an average teenage girl that just wants to earn some extra money babysitting, but because of a mix-up with her website, she finds herself fighting all kinds of supervillains that want to take over the world…

This papercraft Kim Possible was built by lubm, and as you can see from the pictures, she turned out really great! ;o)

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Kim Possible by Diq

23-02-2013: Although even a papercraft Kim Possible isn’t afraid of anything, in this picture made by Diq Blind she does look a bit… cautious with a tiger standing so close behind her… ;o)

Luckily, it’s only Tigger, the stuffed toy tiger from the Winnie the Pooh books; Kim really doesn’t have to worry about being eaten by him, but he could end up driving her crazy with his constant bouncing around on his tail… ;o)

The papercraft Tigger was made by Brandon, but unfortunately, it looks like he deactivated his DeviantArt account some time ago… :o(

You can still see an archived version though, and with some creativity you can still find the download links: link

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Sora by Carlos Gomez

04-06-2010: only a few days after I released it, Carlos already sends me a picture of Sora!

08-04-2009: Carlos strikes again! This time not with a Zelda model, but with his favourite character from his favourite RPG, Cloud Strife! You can see the picture here: picture 2

18-09-2007: the first picture that Carlos “Charly” Gomez (“MasteR”) from Mexicali (Baja California) in Mexico sent me, shows you what a big Legend of Zelda fan he is!

He built not one, not two, but all of my Zelda models, which include some of the most challenging ones I have to offer.

It took him something like three months, but from what I can see, it was definately worth the effort!

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Cloud Strife by Melissa

21-04-2010: after having caught the papercraft virus, Melissa, from the Netherlands, was inspired to try and make her own paper models as well!

You can see (and download!) her first creation on her Winged Crafts weblog, it’s a lifesize Dragonstalker helmet from World of Warcraft!

26-05-2009: Melissa also built another one of my models, namely Kim Possible! We would have had a picture of it on the beach, but after it started raining, she wisely decided to take the picture a different time… ;o)

22-04-2009: The Cloud you see in the picture above, was one of the first paper models Melissa built.

As you can see, she printed the parts on glossy paper and she did a really good job building him! I just hope he won’t fall in the water…

(I was worried about Cloud, Melissa was worried about the fish… ;o)

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Kim Possible by Russ

03-09-2008: Russ from Toronto, Canada, had built plastic models before, but never a paper one. And if you browse Russ’s favourites in his DeviantArt gallery, you can see why he picked my Kim Possible model to be his first. ;o)

Because he didn’t have any cardstock handy, he printed Kim on photo paper.

I don’t know if that’s where the shine comes from though, it may also be from the fact that he coated it with Microscale’s Liquid Decal Film to make it waterproof (although I still wouldn’t take it swimming of course!)

It was his first paper model, and it looks quite well I think. I’m also happy to hear that “there were no major dramas during construction.” ;o)

Russ wants to try again with thinner paper to make the seams less obvious so I wish him all the fun!

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