Auron by Patricius

02-06-2013: The papercraft cool guy in the picture above is of course Auron, from Final Fantasy X!

He was built by Patricius Jason, who did a great job I must say! ;o)

And if you look closely, you can just make out a papercraft Blaziken Pokémon on Auron’s right too, from the PaperPokés website!

Patricius did a great job on that one too, and if you want to see for yourself you can visit Patricius’ DeviantArt gallery here or have a look at his Twitter gallery here!

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!


Keyblade Danbo by Sabi3293

25-04-2013: Look at this cute little papercraft scene built by Sabine from Germany: it’s the cute little cardboard robot “Danbo“, wanting to be a Keyblade wielding hero like Sora from Kingdom Hearts! ;o)

My own papercraft Sora that Danbo got the Keyblade from to play with can be found here, and Danbo himself is a character from the Japanese manga “Yotsuba&!

The cute cardboard robot made his appearance in chapter 12 of the manga and quickly became very popular on the internet, and many people have made their own papercraft version of him!

Sabine says she can’t remember exactly where she got the moveable papercraft Danbo that she built, but she thinks it might be the one made by yuiiwae, who you can find on DeviantArt here: link

And while you’re on DeviantArt, have a look at the other papercraft models that Sabine built in her own gallery, and of course her polymer clay figures and other artwork too: link ;o)

Thank you for letting Danbo play with a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model! ;o)

Young princess Zelda by DanteSagittariKnight

21-04-2013: This wonderful version of young princess Zelda was built by DanteSagittariKnight from Chile!

Even though the picture is a bit dark, you can see how DanteSagittariKnight chose not to make sharp folds of all the fold lines on the templates.

As a result, you get a papercraft princess Zelda that’s a bit more smoother looking, and I think it looks great! ;o)

If you want to see more great things, you can visit DanteSagittariKnight’s DeviantArt gallery, where you can see several other papercraft models that he built, and also the drawings he made: link

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

Tomb Raider Legend Lara Croft by Lullaby Blue

19-04-2013: Lullaby Blue kept me up to date (picture 1 | picture 2) on his progress as he was building the papercraft Tomb Raider Legend Lara Croft, and here it is finished! ;o)

To build his paper Lara, he used 120 gsm and the result looks really great as you can see for yourself: picture 3 | picture 4 | picture 5

Just look at how perfectly Lullaby Blue made Lara’s head: picture

I think you’ll agree he really did a fantastic job, and he can be really proud of his papercraft Lara! ;o)

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

Going Merry family by KiwiK

12-04-2013: Looking at the picture above, it seems like KiwiK is working on building a whole fleet of papercraft One Piece boats and Strawhat Pirates crew! ;o)

In the picture you can see:

  • my own papercraft “Going Merry” (link)
  • the “Mini Merry II” by chiohunpp (link)
  • the bigger “Going Merry” from Paper-Replika (part 1 | part 2 | part 3)
  • scaled down versions of Usopp, Nico Robin, Luffy and Roronoa Zoro (not available from the original site anymore, unfortunately: link :o(
  • Nami paper toy Cubee from Muranaka (link)
  • Tony Tony Chopper paper toy from Kobico (link)

Obviously, Paper-Replika’s “Going Merry” isn’t finished yet, but KiwiK seems to be a big One Piece fan, so I don’t think that will take very long! ;o)

Here’s another picture of my own papercraft “Going Merry” together with chiohunpp’s “Mini Merry II“: picture 2

And here you can see some of the more detailed parts of the “Going Merry“: picture 3

And if you’re still not done admiring KiwiK’s papercraft builds, you can visit their DeviantArt gallery too, with even more papercraft models: link

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ (and other peoples’! ;o) papercraft models!

“Going Merry” by Ioana

08-03-2013: You can tell Ioana really loves the “Going Merry”, because she took the time and effort to do such a great job to build this papercraft version!

In the end, it took her about 20 hours, but in her own words, it was “totally worth it”! ;o)

The “Going Merry” that Ioana built is the repainted version by chiohunpp and as you can see in the second picture, she even made the rigging for the mast from a real piece of string: picture 2

If you want to see some more pictures of Iona’s papercraft “Going Merry” and also her origami and other artworks, have a look at her own sites here:

Ioana’s DeviantArt gallery | Ioana’s Learn 2 Origami website

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

“Going Merry” by SayanMk

13-02-2012: This wonderful One Piece “Going Merry” boat was built by SayanMk!

If you look closely, you can see a little secret: because SayanMk didn’t have a colour printer, he printed the parts in black and white, and then coloured all the parts by hand with colour pencils!

I think it looks really great and SayanMk is really proud of it, because it was the first complicated paper model he built!

You can see many more pictures of the process in SayanMk’s Picasa’s album: link

Since then, SayanMk has also built other the papercraft “Mini Merry” (link) and the “Thousand Sunny” (link).

He used the same technique of printing the parts in black and white and then colouring them with colour pencils as he did on the “Going Merry“.

You can find a picture of the three ships here, but SayanMk also made an extensive post about it on his own website with a lot more pictures, which is definately worth checking out: link

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!