This paper toy is a Hell Pig, designed by pierreldar. You can download the template here: Hell Pig Free Paper Toy Download
This paper model is a Sealed Egyptian Sarcophagus, created by Papermau. The scale of the papercraft is in 1:12. You can download this papercraft model here: Sealed Egyptian Sarcophagus Free Paper Model Download
This paper model is a TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimension in Space), a time machine and spacecraft in the British science fiction television program Doctor Who and its associated spin-offs, the papercraft was created by RocketmanTan. For more infomation of the TARDIS please click on: The Doctor’s TARDIS Free Paper Model; and also other papercrafts at the site: Steam TARDIS free papercraft and Doctor Who – TARDIS Cube Craft.
You can download this papercraft model here: The Doctor – TARDIS Ver.4 Free Paper Model Download
This papercraft is a Globox, a major character, second only to Rayman himself in his prominence, based on the Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc of the Rayman platform video game series, the paper model created by Hellsword. Globox acts as a major ally in Rayman 2: The Great Escape and Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc, and is a playable character in Rayman M and Rayman Origins. He is Rayman’s best friend and has been since before the events of Rayman 2.
Globox is generally a warm and friendly character and a proud father of more than 650 children, though simple and very shy. Having been captured at least once in Rayman 2, he has grown an irrational fear of the Robo-Pirates, and often when he senses that they are near, he will run away and hide, until he is sure that Rayman had destroyed them all. Similarly, he displays this fear in Rayman 3, this time of the Hoodlums and their attacks, unless he’s under the influence of plum juice.
In Rayman 2, Globox speaks in broken English and has a deep voice, but in Rayman 3, his English has improved and his voice has attained a higher pitch.
Globox’s personality changes between Rayman 2 Rayman 3 and Rayman Origins. While he remains Rayman’s daft sidekick in these games, in Rayman 2 he is potrayed as a dim but loveable and well-meaning character, whereas in Rayman 3 he seems more articulate but less intelligent, and acts rude at times. While very cowardly in Rayman 2, in Globox can become very rash while under the influence of Plum Juice in Rayman 3, yelling drunken taunts at the Hoodlums and sometimes standing defiantly in their line of fire. In Rayman Origins, his personality changes almost completely, acting more dimwitted, cheerful, and no longer cowardly.
Globox resembles a large, fat amphibian, and is blue-green in colour with a pale yellow belly and hands. While the rest of his body is fat and heavy, he has long thin arms, and his webbed feet and small eyes float separately from his body. He is noticeably taller than most of the inhabitants of the Glade, with the exception of such characters as Ly the Fairy and Clark the Giant. Globox has an extremely large mouth with a long purple tongue, and he often uses it to store things such as Silver Lums, and, accidentally, André. His children have the same ability, as was shown when, late in the events of Rayman 2, one of his sons swallowed the fourth Mask of Polokus when he found it in the Pirate Mines and gave it to Rayman once the latter had freed him and his siblings from the Spyglass Pirate’s Robot Dinosaur. Globox used to be red, but one day while he was eating berries, he mistook a blue mosquito for a berry, and ate it. From inside Globox’s belly, the mosquito called for help, and hundreds of other blue mosquitoes came to sting Globox. When they left him, Globox’s red skin was covered in painful blue welts. These eventually seeped into his skin, turning it blue.
Physically, Globox is quite strong, and provided that he has the confidence to, he can inflict a strong blow on enemies, namely Hoodlums. Unfortunately, he is allergic to plum juice, and when André was inside his stomach, he would force Globox to drink some and then suffer from its effects, which include getting drunk and burping out giant, bouncy bubbles. At an early point in Rayman 3, he realises that he can swim, even swimming up an entire waterfall. Plum Juice can also give him an ability to fly, or float, into the air, allowing him to avoid such terrains in Rayman 3 that would prove difficult. This was most likely to have been inspired by this hovering technique in Rayman M and also may be the inspiration of getting bubblized in Rayman Origins and Rayman Legends. In the last two mentioned games, and all versions of Rayman M, it is suggested that Globox can run as fast as the others, despite his weight, but elsewhere he tends to walk slowly in a nervous state. In Rayman Origins and Rayman Legends, Globox can use the ability to glide without inflating and just by flapping his arms in the air.
Globox has the power to form rainclouds, albeit small ones that draw enough rain to grow a plant quickly, put out fires and to rust a Robo-Pirate as self defence. Most other species would have to use a Rain Mask, which one of his children gives to Rayman at a later point in Rayman Revolution.
You can download this papercraft model here: Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc – Globox Free Papercraft Download
This papercraft is a Pandorica, a prison hidden under Stonehenge, based on the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, the paper model created by Hellsword. Pandorica was built to hold the Doctor and ensure the safety of the Alliance. There is another Pandorica paper model at the site: Doctor Who – Pandorica Papercraft.
According to legend, the Pandorica was the prison of a warrior or goblin who dropped out of the sky and tore the world apart until a good wizard tricked it and locked it up.
The Pandorica was actually a prison built by the Alliance for the Doctor to stop him from destroying every universe. They believed the Doctor would be responsible for the destruction of existence itself.
They used the lure of the Pandorica to trap him. There were many layers of security in the Pandorica including deadlocks, time stops and matter lines. It even had a restoration field to stop the Doctor from dying, which the Alliance believed a form of escape.
It was used to save Amy Pond. She was locked inside it for 1894 years until revived by her younger self. Her DNA provided the Pandorica the material it needed to fully revive the nearly dead adult Amy. During this time, it was moved several times.
In 118, the Pandorica was taken back to Rome under armed guard. In 420, it was plundered by the Franks. By 1120, it was the prized possession of the Knights Templar.
In 1231, it was donated to the Vatican under Pope Gregory IX. Sometime after, it was sold by Marco Polo.
It was once put into storage in a London warehouse which was destroyed by the Blitz in 1941. It was reportedly seen being dragged to safety from the burning warehouse by the Last Centurion, and found a short distance away, unscathed.
The Pandorica was also used by the Doctor to restore the universe. Since all of the traps inside it provided the perfect barrier against the destruction of the universe, it retained several billion atoms of the original universe within, even after the destruction of the rest of creation. Operating on the same principle as cloning a body from a single cell, these atoms provided a “blueprint” for the universe when the Doctor piloted it into the exploding TARDIS which had cracked all of time and space. The atoms from the Pandorica combined with the energy of the TARDIS’ explosion to restore every point in time and the universe. Doing so caused the cracks in time to close and allowed Amy to remember her family and the Doctor – all erased by the cracks – back into existence.
You can download this papercraft model here: Doctor Who – Pandorica Free Papercraft Download
This papercraft model is the WereGarurumon, an Animal Digimon whose name and design are derived from “Werewolf Garurumon”, based on the anime, manga and video games series Digimon. The papercraft is created by Hellsword.
WereGarurumon digivolved from Garurumon and became able to walk on two legs. Due to becoming bipedal it lost its speed, but became a Commando Type Digimon with stronger offensive and defensive power, as well as developing a tactical nature. Its kicking techniques, which it unleashes using the leg strength it inherited from Garurumon, are quite strong, so its jumping ability contends for first or second place among other Digimon. Also, it is rich with loyalty, and has a reliable nature, faithfully executing its mission if its master gives it an order.
About this Digimon paper model:
This papercraft model is the SkullGreymon, a Skeleton Digimon whose name and design are derived from “Skull Greymon”, based on the anime, manga and video games series Digimon. The papercraft is created by Hellsword. For more infomation and another papercraft version please click on: Digimon – SkullGreymon Cube Craft Free Paper Toy.
About this Digimon paper model:
Difficulty : Medium
This papercraft model is the Koromon, a Lesser Digimon whose name is derived from the onomatopoeia for something round and rolling, and as such is small and round, based on the anime, manga and video games series Digimon. The papercraft is created by Hellsword. For more infomation and another papercraft version please click on: Digimon – Koromon Free Paper Craft.
This papercraft is a Dalek, a fictional extraterrestrial race of mutants principally portrayed in the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, the paper model created by Hellsword. Daleks were the mutated descendants of the Kaleds of the planet Skaro.
They fought the Time Lords in the Last Great Time War, ending in the near-total destruction of both races. Regarded by the Doctor as his greatest enemy, the Daleks were hated and feared throughout time and space. They were the oldest and most frequent foes of the Doctor, having faced him several times in every one of his incarnations.
Although the Daleks looked entirely robotic, they were in fact cybernetic organisms or cyborgs, with a biological body encased in and supported by a protective outer shell of Dalekanium metal armour, armed and mobile. In this respect, they were somewhat similar to a Cyberman; unlike them, however, the Daleks’ bodies had mutated so drastically from their Kaled ancestors they had lost all humanoid appearance, save for one eye.
About this papercraft:
Difficulty : Easy (the main body) / Difficult (the eye, the laser gun)
You can download this papercraft model here: Doctor Who – Dalek Free Papercraft Download
Here are several Doctor Who themed Easer Egg papercrafts, created by Hellsword. The photo is an example of what the TARDIS, the 11th Doc and the Dalek. You can download the templates here: Doctor Who Themed Easter Eggs Free Papercrafts Download