The mini chicken was probably the hardest mini to design.
The goal of minis is to be easy to make, and hopefully at the same time look like the thing they are supposed to be.
Ideally they could also be used in a board game (like the papercraft chess set) so they also need to be fairly robust, which is why the minis are rectangular and cubic shapes.
The chicken as a mini cube didn't look much like a chicken, but it was easy to make.
The chicken as multiple parts looked better but was hard to make.
I decided to post both designs and you can pick whichever one you like.
So you've got a cubic mini chick and regular mini chicken
Thanks to requests from Creeper101, al, snivydude249, Slashtitan, Superteo1, Boe6Eod7Nty, and superthunder101, plus all the people who voted.
IF YOU HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS ABOUT HOW THESE COULD BE IMPROVED LEAVE A COMMENT AND WE'LL SEE WHAT WE CAN DO
Also, remember that AG Paper Toys also did a mini chicken in a different style that you might like to use (search for "ag" on the site to find them.
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