Pixel Papercraft

Paper School Supplies - Tiny (Writable) Book

Design by maomuke

Uploaded Wed Jul 12 2017 04:06:46 GMT+0000 (UTC)

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Okay, this is my first papercraft; so it's nothing to write home about. However, tomorrow I am uploading something really epic! You'll want to see it, believe me. I couldn't upload it tonight because i knew i would pass out from exhaustion making it (I woke up at 4 and it's 1 am right now).

Anyways, this is Paper School Supplies! They're just tiny little things I design for fun occasionally; and now I'm uploading them! I've been doing papercraft for 6 years now, and that's like 1/4 of my lifespan; so I'm pretty good at it. Just don't judge me by my pictures for this, because my printer uses WAX INK [it all comes off when you fold it] and it's REALLY ANNOYING. This papercraft is just a small book that you can write in (pencil not included, of course [YET!]) and use for things like animation. The best thing about it that makes it better than the already existing book models is the latch - you can lock the book so that it doesn't open up without your "consent". There are a few versions of this papercraft: standard Minecraft design, "Realistic" design (don't quote me on that!), Minecraft with a blank label on it, Minecraft with a name tag on it, "Realistic" with a blank label, and "Realistic" with a name tag. There is enough paper supplied for you to be able to actually make all of them, so do so as you please, person on the internet whom I most likely do not know.

Some stats:

Difficulty: Easy

Tips: Glue AROUND where the latch goes when gluing the outside skin of the book to the inside skin so that you can actually GET the thing in there! That's definitely a mistake you do not want to make!

Ideas: If you want this something you can truly crack open and write in, just do like i did in picture number 4 and cut off the last little sheet of paper, folding and gluing it like usual. Then, glue the stack of paper to the BACK of the book (the inside, of course!) and voila! You are done now!

Credits: Tranzit for the inspiration with his only papercraft design, "3 Tiny Books."! So, I guess that means that I have to also credit who HE's crediting, and that's user cubeguy314! XD

Anyways, have a good day, and have fun crafting!

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