Some time ago I designed a bunch of graphics for a video project titled Munchausen. Munchausen involved video content of friends playing video games and talking to one another, I turned each member of the crew into cute Japanese inspired characters that were used at the start and end of the videos.
Here’s a look at some of the models designed at Twinkl for Chinese New Year 2016. This year’s CNY models are definitely a big step up from last years in my opinion, having cleaner and simpler shapes, as well as a more on brand texture. My favorite models from this set are the Fish Lanterns, followed closely by the slinky style dragon.
It’s getting towards the spookiest time of year, Halloween! What better way to celebrate than with the release of four free downloadable paper-toys? Introducing, the Halloweenies, the set includes a skeleton, pumpkin, vampire and werewolf. These simple models can be build by people of all ages.
This paper-toy contains six tiny refugees and a single yellow dingy. The individual components of the toy are quick and easy to build but might be a little too small for some people.
All of the refugees fit snug inside of the boat, fitting inside similar to Tetris pieces.
Fold Up Toys is finally live, or at least half alive.
The first paper toy for the site is available for download, and it’s a fan art piece of BB-8 from the upcoming Star Wars films.
The BB-8-droid is set to appear on the big screen with the latest installment in the Star Wars franchise. Now you can download, print off and build your very own little ball buddy.