Scratch Builds: Paper Craft Energon Cubes

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    It only recently occurred to me that I should probably make a topic about these rather than leave them buried in the thread they were in . . . .

    So I present a selection of paper craft Energon cubes I made a year ago. Just print them out, fold them up, glue them, and bam! [Now you have] as many cubes as you want!

    Here are a couple shots of them in action. Though I should point out that the stack of them have tape between the layers so I could more easily move it around. Without the tape, they sit flush:

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    These three are from Prime. Dark Energon cubes, Energon cubes, and raw Energon cubes:

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    You can use normal paper if you wish but if you want them a little stronger, pick up some card stock paper.

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    The buildings were free samples of papercraft buildings used for Dungeons and Dragons (or other pen an paper games). I then kitbashed some of them into larger buildings.

    I got them from RPG now, FRP games, and/or Worldworks. I don't remember exactly where nor do I know if they are even still available.

    I use them for that purpose (playing pen and paper games) but for those shots of my custom painted figure I used them. The scale isn't all that off so I think it looks good.

    The roads I made myself in MS Paint because they are easy.
     

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