Discussion in 'Transformers Toy Discussion' started by Matrix Soul, Feb 28, 2006.
Print this out on a card stock and get busy!
Make ya own Prowl
Does it transform?
Didn't someone made a 20th ann. prime outta paper?
Oh yeah! That was insane. I wonder how long that person took to make that.
I might make a transforming version. I've done a few paper TFs.
I even made one big enough to wear last halloween.
Anybody have the link to that paper Prime?
I demand a picture of said costume!
I too would like pictures.
Here's a link to a few more Gundams and TFs, although some have been removed. I have most of them downloaded if anybody wants the older ones pictured.
I totally want that devastator! With cardstock I could scale up the pics and make an Alternators scale devastator!
That's one of the ones I downloaded, I even printed it out, but I never got around to making it. It's very complex.
I'm not sure if you can find it anywhere else on the web, but I still have it if someone can tell me how to post it. It's in two pdf files that total about 270kb.
Here's another link to a whole bunch more..
too bad they're just models and don't transform... I remember making paper transformers as a kid either in school or in the afternoons, first one was soundwave with buzzsaw.
That's pretty rad.
Crud that site's link is dead as well.
Could you e-mail it to me? my e-mail address is sledge at shaw dot ca
I will when I get home from work tonight.
Masamune Washington's paper models are the bomb. And his Hako-clones are so easy, anybody can make them. It's a shame he abandoned the site.
If anybody came by my table at last year's Transformerscon, you may have seen the original model being worn as a costume by a spiderman 2 figure. It was a proof-of-concept type of thing.
I used an overhead projector to trace that model onto cardboard, then cut it out and pasted it together. I used army surplus ammo boxes duct-taped to workboots as stilts. I stood about 7'6". And it included a voice-changer that worked great while I was building the thing, but didn't work right even once at the club.
Here's a crappy low-res pic of the costume at the beginning of the night:
Here's one after stuff started falling off (The whole thing was a quick hack job, most of it was done that day):
And eventually the whole thing just fell apart. Also pictured below is board poster Aernaroth as Bender. We worked together on our robots.
I love that last pic. It's like you knew it was time to drink, screw the costume!
That one guy is handy for pointing things out.
paper toys are for poor people! go back to your cardboard boxes before i kick you to the curb.
...i loved the anime accurate paper devy.
Hey Sledge, check your e-mail. I sent it to ya.
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