Posts Tagged ‘dc’

The Archer from an Alternate Dimension

Monday, May 25th, 2015

This is just to close off this run with archers, last week, we released the (Green) Arrow paper toy based on the “Arrow” TV series. Debuting this week is the “Archer” from the WB animated film “Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths“. It’s the Green Arrow’s equivalent from a parallel universe. I based the template on the the designs of the very talented Phil Bourassa – you should check his stuff out here.

You talkin' to me?

The template can be downloaded here.  You’ll find the template in the DC Universe section.  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 it for now.

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It’s Not Easy Being Green – The Arrow Paper Toy Now Available

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

I’ve been wanting to design this paper toy ever since the “Arrow” TV series started airing – actually, ever since the character started showing up in the Justice League Unlimited TV series. Why? It’s because of the mustache and goatie man, they’re the best and sharpest in the business (Except for Dashing Fandral’s maybe – NAH)

Where to base the texture on was tough to decide on too, there are a lot of great designs that represent the character – Bruce Timm’s were great (again the mustache and goatie)! Phil Bourassa’s were top notch! Plus all the designs of all the great artists who drew GA in the comics.

Enter the CW series – I think they did a really good job, they also helped me make my decision on where to base this toy on. Virtual pat on the back right there.

Anyway, I’ll be posting a bunch of captioned stuff on the papertoyadventures instagram account, it’s been fun, especially with the Daredevil character coming fresh off the presses just weeks ago with both characters being vigilantes. Check them out when you can.

Bored netizen of the web, YOU HAVE FAILED THIS CITY!

The template can be downloaded here.  You’ll find the template in the DC Universe section.  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.

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Crafty Collab: Superman Paper Toy

Monday, October 7th, 2013

Aaaand we’re back!

This time around with a collab from Rayenyson, the same guy who gave us the Iron Spider and Doctor Octopus paper toys – just to name a few.  If you want to see more of his stuff, go over to his site here.

This is a job for…

SUPERMAN!!!

I took some time reviewing the comment posts on the blog it seemed there were requests for Superman and the Justice League characters.  Since I already released a batman / Dark Knight a while back, why not follow it up with the Man of Steel?  Maybe it starts of a series of paper toys based on characters from the DC comic universe.  It could happen 😉

Many thanks to Rayenyson as always.

The template can be downloaded here.  You’ll find him in the DC Universe section along with Bane and the Cat Woman (coming soon).  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.

If you need any help in putting this paper toy together, just go to the Assembly Instructions page.  You’ll find plenty of quick links to step-by-step tutorials on how to assemble the toys released from this blog.

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The Trench Coats are Coming – Grifter

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Hey there kiddies!

So I just realized that Grifter is part of the DC Universe.  It dawned on me when I saw him in the new DCU movie – Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox.  This is the movie based on the comic book miniseries by Geoff Johns and Andy Kubert.   Grifter has a small part there – with speaking lines too LOL, just like everyone else I guess, since the movie focused more on Flash, but seeing Grifter in animated splendor was cool nonetheless.

If you haven’t seen the movie yet, I recommend that you do.

The Flashpoint Paradox - Go Watch It!!!

Grifter, the last of the “Trench Coats” ( for now at least ), is now ready to be downloaded.  Go on now, print, assemble, and enjoy.

Grifter paper toy image 01

Grifter paper toy image 02

Grifter paper toy image 03

The template can be downloaded here.  You’ll find the template in the DC Universe section.  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.

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“Dark” Bane Rises

Wednesday, July 18th, 2012

Hello folks!

Bane, this time around, based on the upcoming Dark Knight Rises movie.  For those of you who just joined us, this is Bane’s second appearance in a feature post on this blog.  He showed up here for the first time as the first-ever texture (or was it the 2nd?) using the Brute template.  Go here to view that Bat-back-breaking post.

RAWR! Do I look like the Predator to you or what?

Yes, I steal helmets, FEAR ME!

OMG! I look like Professor X!!!

If you need any help in putting this paper toy together, just go to the Assembly Instructions page.  You’ll find plenty of quick links to step-by-step tutorials on how to assemble the toys released from this blog.

The template can be downloaded 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.

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The Villains Gallery Part 3B: The Joker!

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012

The Joker, the latest Crafty Collab is now available for download.

Many thanks go out to Austin Billingsley, for putting this villain together.  Austin’s many interests include art, music, and Godzilla.  He’s been doing digital painting for two years now and so far, he’s done around 60 of them.  Go check out some of his paintings here.  He uses a free drawing application called GIMP to create his paintings, he also used the same software to create the Joker template.

"Pick a card, any card..."

“I don’t wanna kill you, what would I do without you? Go back to rippin’ off mob dealers… no, no, no… no you, you complete me.”

Note that I did do some modifications on Austin’s original template.  This is so Joker gets to hold his pistol and cards.  For some tips on how do just that, go check out this series of  posts I made a while back.

Part1   Part2   Part3

I’m probably going to release a series of “how to” posts to show how to put together the templates released from this site, likely compile the TUTs in a separate page for easy access.  Hopefully a bunch of you will find that useful.

Okay, that’s it for now.

Come back next week to find out who the next Villain is going to be.

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Crafty Collab: Separated at Birth?

Friday, July 1st, 2011

To me, they sort of have similar attitudes, abilities, and masks – Okay fine, Deadpool has an advantageous healing factor plus I think he’s  more of a motor mouth than Red is, so there.  But still, don’t you think the resemblance is uncanny? LOL

DeadHood or RedPool? To be or not to be...

"So, what do you think of that actor from the Green Lantern movie?"

This Crafty Collab was brought to you by our dear friends at Square Head Papercraft.  They released Deadpool a while back, but I was only able to post about it just now.  Deadpool comes with a wide array of murder and mayhem.  You’ll have to supply the “motormouth-ness”.

In case you just joined us now, I released a Red Hood paper toy a few weeks ago.  Feel free to check it out here.

The template is available for download from both the Square Head site and 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.

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Riddle Me This…

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

Who wears a red mask, is an expert fighter, uses guns and sharp objects, talks a lot, but isn’t Deadpool?

Red Hood, the paper toy, is now available for download.  This one comes with his trademark knife and twin pistols of death.  This baby also comes with a jacket ( yet another PTA first! WooHoo!!! ).   It’s also compatible with the recently released bike.

Fear me! You know you want to.

As mentioned in an earlier post.  I’ve been watching a lot of DC OVAs recently.  So far, my favorite from their catalog of quality animation is ” Batman: Under the Red Hood “.  I highly recommend you to check it out if you haven’t yet.

Alright, enough of that, now let’s proceed to some assembly tips.  Specifically, assembly tips for the jacket.  As always, pre-fold and pre-cut as needed.  Then insert the arms where you usually place them on the template.

Prep it like this.

Insert the arms.

After the arms, attach the jacket onto the toy figure just like you would a normal jacket in real life – one arm after the other.  Yes, the arms go through the slits on the figure too.  The “collar” goes around the neck to help keep the jacket in place – it works similar to the cape used on Thor and Robin.

That’s it.

Hi Brucey... remember me?

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.

Look Ma! No hands!!!

That’s all for now.

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