I can't remember what the last things I did and uploaded on here. Its been a while. But I've been in two swaps (second still pending) and have made lots of stuff. Here are some pictures with links so that you can do them too!
My most recent crafts were some GTA dioramas for my Brother in laws birthday. He loves these games and Tubby paws made some excellent patterns for them.
Here is the diorama of Grand Theft Auto IV. I love the subway going overhead. And if you look at the guy underneath there is the glowing green money by him!
Pattern can be found here:http://tubbypaws.blogspot.com/2008/05/presenting-new-happy-3d-papercraft.html
Here is the diorama of Grand Theft Auto Vice City! This one was a good one too. I loved the 80's music.
Pattern can be found here: http://tubbypaws.blogspot.com/2008/01/this-is-my-happy-new-little-paper.html
This is a picture of both of them together, and with her explanation of the game glued to the bottom.
For both of these you might have to change your printing layout or else the ends of the pictures will be cut off and you will have to reprint- which is what happened to me.
Recently I participated in the World of Warcraft swap. I made some things for my partner and here they are.
First is the hearthstone. This is really heavy, seeing as how I filled it with scraps of crardstock paper.
But its big enough to be actual size!
You can find the pattern to make your own here: http://wowpapercraft.blogspot.com/2009/04/hearthstone.html
Next I made some mini wow characters to do battle! A Night Elf Druid, Dwarf Hunter, Undead Warlock, Orc Warrior, and a Blood Elf Paladin. The rest weren't created yet so I have to wait for those patterns.
You can find the pattern here: http://www.cartoontoys.it/toys_of_warcraft.html
Also for the swap I made this life size Stylin' purple hat. In the pictures my husband is posing for it, but he really doesn't want to.
And here is a picture of an ongoing project. This furret has been almost complete for half a year now. I just can't figure out how to do the end of his tail. I made it for a friend, but has been sitting on my shelf for a long time. Maybe I'll get around to gluing those last two pieces. I personally feel that pokemon are one of the best things to papercraft. There are so many unique ones, they are big enough for beginners and the professional, and they have the best shapes!
Pattern here: http://www.pokemonpapercraft.com/2008/11/furret.html
Hope you all enjoy! Let me know what you think, or show me your papercrafts!