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Guardians of the Galaxy Trailer Made out of Paper! [Paper Movies]

I AM GROOT! (And I am in a world made of PAPER!) Travis will be taking over a few episodes of HOMEMADE MOVIES here on CineFix, but first, he wanted to show you all what he does best: Paper Movies! So, here’s his take on the movie everyone’s talking about: Guardians of the Galaxy!!

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The Human Body (Paper Stop-Motion)

A handmade “demo video” for Tinybop’s Human Body App, which teaches kids about how body systems function.

All parts are made with paper—including the sounds.

Available on iTunes.

Zelda Life-Size Papercraft
She is 170cm tall (5’6”), the upper body is built in 160/g-paper, the skirt in 200/g-paper. She took 226h to build.The template can be downloaded from the talented template master PaperJuke:
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(by ~minidelirium)

Zelda Life-Size Papercraft

She is 170cm tall (5’6”), the upper body is built in 160/g-paper, the skirt in 200/g-paper. She took 226h to build.

The template can be downloaded from the talented template master PaperJuke:

uptobox.com/rln9cyipgfjh
depositfiles.org/files/vh4xzygtp?redirect

(by ~minidelirium)

Star Wars X-Wing Book Sculpture

Commissioned project. My client was wonderful and sent me a book to use. It was a collection of three Star Wars books in one. The ship ended up being a bit larger than I originally planned, so it was nice to have that thicker book to offset the ship and provide a little it more stability. And, if he ever gets tired of having the book laying on a shelf, the ship looked really cool by itself. He could always snip the wires and hang it over his bookshelf. The ship is attached in five places to the book with wire. The wings are wired through the body of the book, which has a cardboard core to hold its shape. The torpedoes are also wired.This piece is taken, but commissions are open. For info or visit my shop: etsy.com/shop/wetcanvasart

(by *wetcanvas)

Star Wars X-Wing Book Sculpture

Commissioned project. My client was wonderful and sent me a book to use. It was a collection of three Star Wars books in one. The ship ended up being a bit larger than I originally planned, so it was nice to have that thicker book to offset the ship and provide a little it more stability. And, if he ever gets tired of having the book laying on a shelf, the ship looked really cool by itself. He could always snip the wires and hang it over his bookshelf.

The ship is attached in five places to the book with wire. The wings are wired through the body of the book, which has a cardboard core to hold its shape. The torpedoes are also wired.

This piece is taken, but commissions are open. For info or visit my shop: etsy.com/shop/wetcanvasart

(by *wetcanvas)

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