Posts Tagged ‘brute’

The BIG Guy, Coming Soon…

Friday, May 4th, 2012

Just a quick post.

HULK will be ready for download in a few days.

Don't make me angry, you wouldn't like me when I'm angry...

In case any of you are wondering.  I used the BRUTE template on this one.


Kratos Paper Toy (Brute Version) from God of War

Thursday, December 23rd, 2010

Kratos! Finally!  Took me long enough – another busy week at work and a bunch of Holiday errands combined, whew!  What a very hectic season indeed.

Isn't he just adorable?

Again, just a reminder (if you’re not sick of it yet) – As I’ve mentioned in my previous post, this paper toy uses the Brute template.  I will be releasing another Kratos paper toy using the Contender template which will include selected weapons from the God of War game series.   I hope you have fun with this one.  Suggestion: Put him on your Christmas tree or something LOL (just make sure to glue his arms so they don’t fall off).  Kratos should make for the meanest Christmas Tree ornament ever!

So who do you think would win in a wrestling match, Santa or Kratos?

You can download the template here. Subscribe to this blog to receive the password in the mail and gain access to the downloads section.  Registration is free, just enter your email address in the subscribe field at the right-hand side of the page header.

That’s all for now.  Check back soon.  Jin is next!

Bane Paper Toy – The Brute! A brand new template Part 4 of 4

Friday, December 10th, 2010

The Brute, at long last!  I do like how this paper toy turned out.

Before I go on, this is just version 1, I discovered this shape while working towards a more “muscular” look.  This means that I’m still at work on a less-brutish and more muscular paper toy form – much closer to what I originally set out to do.


Stand up and fight! You puny Iron Man reject!

So without further ado, I give you Bane!  Ready to duke it out with my earlier Batman Beyond paper toy (as you can see above).  And before anyone else asks, since we do have a Wolverine paper toy ready and waiting, it’s only fitting that I release a Hulk paper toy using this template.  I just can’t decide what color to go with LOL.  Suggestions anyone – Green, Grey, or Red?

You can download the template here. Subscribe to this blog to receive the password in the mail and gain access to the downloads section.  Registration is free, just enter your email address in the subscribe field at the right-hand side of the page header.

Alright, who's next !?!

Want to see the earlier parts of this series? Go to Part 1, part 2, and Part 3.


The Brute! A brand new template Part 3

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

After a very, very, very busy 3 days at the office, I was finally able to squeeze some paper toy work in.  First up for your viewing pleasure is an update on the Brute.  The first character to “wear” the template is?

Take a good look at these beauties...

The graphics are done and adjustments have been made.  All I need to do now is test the prototype and this bruiser will be ready for download.  Note, I will still release toys using the contender template (Heihachi, GenRex, Snake, etc,.. ), I just needed to work on something different for a change.

Why the two heads?  Well, I just thought I’d give options on which one to use.  The one on the left is based on the animated series, the other in the comics (sorta).  Just use what you prefer the most OR mix them up depending on your mood. 😉

One more thing, I’ve mentioned in a previous post that I’ll be releasing another “brutish” template, something more muscular and less, well “brutish”.  Watch out for that one.

Don’t know what I’m babbling about?  Check out the first 2 parts of this series. Click here to read Part 1, and here to read Part 2.

One quick question, which Ben10 alien character would work well with the Brute template?  That’s all for now, the paper toy should be ready for release later this week.  Cheers!

The Brute! A brand new template Part 2

Wednesday, November 24th, 2010

I posted a while back that I was working on a new template – a few actually, but I only blogged about the “Brute” that time.  For a quick trip down memory lane, go HERE

For those of you who missed it and were too lazy to check (shame on you)!  As a quick review, the “Brute” is a template with top-heavy proportions.  I find those type of characters, cool, fun, interesting to draw and even more interesting, in my opinion, as a paper toy.  So I tried designing a template and in the process, experimented with a couple of options:



Second - Do you think I should make  his legs a bit longer? His head a bit smaller? His arms a bit thicker?

Second - Do you think I should make the legs a bit longer, the head a bit smaller, and the arms a bit thicker?

The first one worked out fine, but it felt like “blah” to me.  The second one however, I found more exciting, but somehow feels a bit off.  Probably due to the proportions or something, I’m not quite sure yet.  I’ll probably play around with the shape a bit more.  I cant say I’m satisfied with it just yet to merit an official release.

How about something like this?

How about something like this? Going headless?

Do you agree that the shape is a bit off or does it look fine to you?  As of the moment, I’m leaning on the “no heads” version, the proportions kinda fit.  What do you think?  I’ll do a couple more experiments and let you know how it goes.   In the meantime, how about some audience participation – any suggestions for characters to use this template on?  Let me know – I make no promises, but still, it’s great to hear from you.

I’ll list down some ideas, just to get the ball rolling:


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Plus points to anyone who knows from which C.B.-pencilled COMIC Cole is from. 😉

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The Brute! A brand new template Part 1

Friday, October 1st, 2010

I’ve always wanted to design a brutish, top heavy paper toy.

Recently, I’ve come across a bunch of art based on different properties – Spawn (the toy) series 32, Team Fortress (ultra cool art style! Haven’t had the chance to play the game though), and Torchlight (I saw some dude playing it the other day).

Brutish Inspirations

Brutish Inspirations


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