Thursday, March 05, 2009

4 Foot Tall Gundam Paper Model

This one just about slipped through the cracks of my overflowing inbox, it came to me last night though - remember that email about the 4 foot tall Gundam Papercraft?


Freedom Gundam - 4 foot papercraft from Taras Lesko on Vimeo.

Yeah, that's pretty freaking awesome. You can follow the continuing adventures of the crazy papercrafting machine that is Taras Lesko here.

25 comments:

Kei-chan said...

WOOOOOooooOOOOOW
°_° sugoiii

TGMousie said...

It's amazing how 2 months can be narrowed down to a mere 4 minutes. Congrats =D! Amazing work of art.

Roberto said...

That thing is tits!

shadowmoon said...

God, that must have requested lots of patience.
Much more than I need to build my papercrafts :P
But they did, they had the patience needed and as a result we got this video.
Nice one.


http://shadowmoon87.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Dont you have any Friends/Hobbys ??

Tyrus said...

Great work!!

*what is the name of track playing behind the scene?*

hoyah923 said...

may i know what software r u using???

hoyah923 said...

tell me plssssssssss

zippy said...

Hoyah, you will need to ask the creator of this fine papercraft - his website is http://www.kranestyle.com/

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david said...

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Phillip Valdez said...

That's awesome. Makes me feel bad that my Steam Punk mech is painted and not colored paper (http://phillipvaldez.blogspot.com/)

PaperToys Animes e Cartoons said...

Oi tenho varios paper crafts aqui no meu site de animes e cartoons

Lunarian said...

Wow... GREAT!!!!

Jake L. said...

Can I do it this way? Flatten the whole model in 3ds max using "UVW Unwrap", and then edit everything using PhotoShop and Illustrator on the flatten image... I haven't really try what I wrote, it's just a POV of mine... Or do you have a more simple software which you can recommend... I'm really interested in all these...

!XxLau Yu SergexX!:) said...

can you email me the instructions ??? pls!!!

!XxLau Yu SergexX!:) said...

can you email me the template??? pls!!!! ITS SO SOSO COOL!!

Jenny said...

Wow! That is awesome!

Tian said...

Haha, THAT IS SOOOO AWESOME. My favorite part is how the glue bottle kept moving in funny ways.

Office Paper said...

Sugoii! So what kind of paper do you use to create this masterpiece? Cardboard... Origami Paper...Office Paper...? Very well done!

vivi said...

tell me plssssssssss

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Pbatoon said...

WOW This thing is AMAZING! Are there the actual cutouts for this model?

Pbatoon

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Kubrick Figures said...

WOW! That is awesome. It looks like it was a lot of work as well. Geez!Nice job, and perfect sond to it as well. lol.