A collection of Papercraft toys that Admiral has made available for everyone via downloadable and printable PDFs.
Another of the activities that Admiral likes to participate in is Papercraft; the art of creating dimensional forms from the manipulation of paper. While certain forms of Papercraft such as Origami allow only the folding of paper, more intricate designs can be accomplished when an artist has tools other than simply their hands... at hand.
All of the models that Admiral makes available to the public require either:
- A very sharp pair of scissors and a very steady hand
- an X-Acto knife, a cutting board, and a steel edged ruler (recommended)
A fast drying glue may also be required for certain designs that do not utilize slits and tabs.
Festive Pumpkin (Beta)||A Beta(needs polishing) version of a papercraft toy of a Pumpkin, created in a festive spirit.
StarFox 64 Arwing (Beta)||A Beta(overly complex) version of a papercraft toy of the Arwing Fighter Ship from Nintendo's StarFox 64 video game.
1-UP Mushroom (Beta)||A Beta(crap) version of a papercraft toy of Nintendo's 1UP Mushroom from the Mario game series.
Abstract Crystal||A papercraft toy of an Abstract Crystal. Being one of my first papercraft models, this little bugger was such a pain to learn and work through.
Camera||A papercraft toy of a rangefinder style Camera. With a few simple changes, it could actually become a pinhole camera with adjustable focus.
Crystal 2||A papercraft toy of a Crystal. This design was based on a past lover's suggested improvements on the 'Abstract Crystal' design.
Complex Heart||A complex papercraft heart, made for a certain lover on Valentine's day 2008, but has since become associated with a bitter, bitter hatred.
Spectre Tank||A papercraft toy rendition of one of the enemy tanks from one of my favorite retro Mac game series, Spectre Supreme and Spectre VR.
Star||A papercraft toy of a regular old star. It's not a Christmas star. My intentions for what I create may differ from yours. Enjoy.