Yo ho ho and a bottle of ink.
Here’s two models I made using the Flipit figurine template. The pirate was supposed to be for a fantasy version of Flipit that eventually turned into Mini Dungeon Adventures. The space knight Started as one of the Boxxorz figures I made:
They were never intended for a game, due to being too large. The template itself was a nightmare of tiny triangular tabs. I may revisit these guys at some point and try to fix the template design to make it less frustrating to build. The legs need to be sealed off instead of just left open and hollow inside. I do like the animated Lego look they had going for them.
Over the past few years, I’ve been working on my own tabletop miniatures game using papercraft models I’ve designed. I’ve got a gaming convention coming up this weekend, and this will be the first time I’ve tried selling pre-printed and contour cut kits at a con. All the models & the rules for the game are freely posted on the website. I figure some people will still be willing to buy a kit since:
A) Most people have some sort of problem with their printer or don’t have proper card stock.
B) Cutting out each part from a model is tedious and time consuming work that’s not nearly as fun as assembling the model.
C) A laminated model will last much longer since you don’t have to worry about moisture destroying the printed texture.
I’ll take pictures over the weekend and let you know how it goes.