browsing through my old files, I found this little bunny i made a few years ago. not sure if i ever published it before. So here you go, enjoy
To celebrate the 50th birthday of the Belgium-Japan Association, I made a paper toy for the fine company I work for.
It kind of represents a Belgian-Japanese version of Fish & Chips.
Head on over to this paper toys' dedicated web page, and grab the free download.
on the boxes page i have now added colour-yourself versions of all your favorite paper toys.
underneath the pictures of the toys, there are now little icons
which link to the black and white versions
The kiwi paper toy I made for kiwikids.nl is now available online. you can grab it here.
As in my own household this will soon become an important topic again, I made these guys:
The toilet team, ready to help you get rid of all nappies forever!
Go get them here
I recently finished this design of a paper kiwi for this dutch toystore. I'm not sure when (or if) they will make it available for download. If they do, I'll let you know.
During the previous long weekend I made this red stegosaurus shaped chalkboard. As you can see in the pictures my boys got to work on it from the moment it was attached to the wall of their playroom.
If you want to make one yourself; here is the pdf with the final shape.
At 100% it's 1,6 meters wide and 1,1 meters high.
It's made from 18mm mdf board. To get the shape onto the mdf board, I printed it in tiles (36 pages) on regular office paper, and lightly glued it to (the back of) the board with removable spray mount.
Then cut out the shape with a jig saw, following the printed lines and smoothed down the edges with sand paper. After sanding, the front and the edges of the board got three layers of red chalkboard paint.
Should you decide to also make one like this, let me know how it goes.
I got this picture from the nevercrew guys on time for easter, but my post is, of course, too late. Sorry about that.
In any case, its a great picture, and I love the way they plugged hangselm into easter.
In the mean time they have 5 customs in the second series of hangselm, including mine.
This is my contribution to the hangselm project from nevercrew.
The first thing that popped into my mind when I saw hangselm was rabbits ears tied in a knot and I just had to make a custom.
His name is Benny and he lives on the hangselm site.
Check out this excellent explanation on how to get started designing your own boxy paper toys. I have been thinking a lot about making this type of tutorial myself, because I've been getting quite some requests for this kind of thing.
It seems Matthijs Kamstra has already done it, and I cannot top this.
The post also has some sample files to get you started.
You can find his tutorial here