Data Corrupted
Data Corrupted
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About This Project

I’ve recently been having no end of problems with my computer. The model I’ve been working on would crash whenever I tried to rotate an object and my video editing kit would freeze if I dared to slow down any audio clip. After spending hours looking up tutorials and paying an IT consultant to come and take a look at the problem, it turned out a bunch of my files were slowly becoming corrupt.
The P.C. repair man looked at me with panic in his eyes and in a fearful tone told me this was a problem that no about of firmware updates could solve, but luckily he knew just the man for the job. Half an hour later I was greeted by a priest at the door, who offered a great deal on her exorcism services. After only a few treatments of chants, chalk circles and holy water spray bottle this strangle purple pixel creature floated out of my machine and slowly made its way out of the window.
It didn’t seem to be in any sort of rush.
The origin of the virus is anyone’s guess, although it might have something to do with the coffee I spilled on my memory stick earlier this week. Now where did I put it again?
This model was released as June’s mystery Patreon reward.


Alex Josephine Gwynne is a graphic designer and paper engineer with over a decade of experience designing paper toys and paper crafts.

Alex has turned their obsession with paper based design into a career designing for a wide verity of clients including game developers, book publishers and educational providers. Their constant drive to create engaging paper products and international exhibition pieces has lead to numerous awards and seen their work featured in news papers, magazines and BBC television. Overall Alex believes in the power of paper as a 3D medium and lives by the mantra “limitation breeds innovation” striving to find elegant solutions to complex problems.

How To Build

 – Download
Click the download button above to receive a .zip folder, inside this you will find the flat template of the paper toy along with a reference photo. Selected Fold Up Toys also include blank versions of the template. Open the flat template in your image viewer/editor of choice and print.

 – Print
Print the model onto paper or card, Fold Up Toys recommends a 250gsm card stock for best results, however all models on the Fold Up Toys website should work perfectly well on standard A4 printer paper. On the bottom of the flat template you will see a recommended card stock weight (e.g. 250gsm) for this models specific design.

 – Cut
Cut the model out along the solid outline, some models will have sections that need to be cut with a craft knife, younger builders are recommended to get help from an adult.

 – Fold
Follow the key on the models flat template, folding up or down along the dotted lines as instructed. Some model builders like to score along the fold lines (go over the lines in advance) with a craft knife or empty ball point pen to get a more precise fold.

 – Glue
Most models have numbered tabs, glue the tabs in order to complete the model. If you get stuck, feel free to message the designer using the contact page with a photo of what you’re working on and they’ll be happy to help you.

 – Share
Share your creation on social media, it’s always fun to see Fold Up Toys out in the wild. Be sure to share it with the designer @Paperfolderman on Twitter and @folduptoys on Instagram. You can also e-mail a photo to

Change Log

15/06/2019 – Portfolio item uploaded to FUT website


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