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The Hulkbuster Paper Toy In Progress

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

Hello there!

I just wanted to share an update. This is what I have so far – the toy shape is based on the BRUTE template, but with some minor modifications. The prototype in the image is still missing the arms – I didn’t like the result when I was experimenting with said modifications so I had to go back to the drawing board.

The Hulkbuster paper toy in progress.

The final version should be ready in a few days. Check back again later this week.

What are you waiting for? You know you want to 😉

Lastly, in case any of you guys want day-to-day updates on the goings on over here, grab your phones and follow the papertoyadventures instagram account. I post a bunch of updates there that normally don’t find their way in here.

That’s it for now.

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Tips ‘n Tricks: How To Mechanical Appendages (Doc Oc, Iron Spider, Lizard, etc…)

Monday, September 3rd, 2012

Hi folks!

Yesterday, I wrote a post about the Iron Spider, the uber cool Crafty Collab by Ralph Rayenyson.  Not only did he design Iron Spidey, but he also sent over images for a step-by-step tutorial on how to assemble those cool spidey arms.  Many thanks go out to him yet again.

Note that this same tutorial can be used on a few more of Ralph’s customs.

How To Assemble Mechanical Appendages

Template: The Contender

STEP 1: Precut

STEP 2: Prefold.

STEP 3: Glue tabs.

STEP 4: Fold joints.

STEP 5: Almost there.

STEP 6: Glue them like this.

STEP 7: Voila!

That’s it.


Crafty Collab: March of the Spider-Men Part 6: The Iron Spider

Sunday, September 2nd, 2012

Pop quiz hot shot!

What’s red, gold, and made of iron?

This month we’re starting off with a Crafty Collab from Ralph Rayenyson.  He’s been releasing a number of cool customs in the past months, his Iron Spider is one of them – also one of my faves from his collection!  Go check out his stuff here.   I’ll be featuring more of his designs right here on this blog in the next few weeks.

I absolutely love what he did with those waldoes (appendages).  For more information about what this super spidey suit does, go here.

Iron Spider paper toy image 1

iron spider paper toy image 2

iron spider paper toy image 3

The template can be downloaded here as well as from Ralph’s site.  You’ll find the template in the Marvel 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.

I should be able to write a post about how to assemble the “waldoes” in the next few days.  Once it’s out, you should be able to find it in the Assembly Instructions page.

That’s it for now.


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