My First Build

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by bgt01, Jan 30, 2012.

  1. bgt01

    bgt01 Exemplary Confidant

    Here is my first build in the paper world. It's a cubecraft Tardis by CyberDrone. Thought I'd start out easy.

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  2. I am planning on doing a TARDIS cubee as well. My first was from Megas xlr.
  3. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    Good start.:thumb: You may need to get a few tools. Get a strong sharp edged ruler. Use this to for your bends,it will make sharp corners. I recommend using UHU brand glue. It is available from Michael's craft stores, or from many online retailers. It is very tack. Wait for each section to dry thoroughly before preceding, this allows you to build the next part, using a straight edge. You may want to fold little short strips of paper and use them to secure the corners. They go on the inside, and will help close up a corner very tight.

    You are off too a good start, keep building! Have you chosen your next model? :)
  4. THE DC

    THE DC Member

    Nice work.

    How big it is on the inside?

    The DC
  5. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    I say, that's a bit intimate!:p :)
  6. raven1999

    raven1999 New Member

    Nice start to papercraft. way better then the first 1 I ever did. Learned a lot from reading around about creasing and cutting. Keep at and cant wait to see the next build.
  7. Tolppisouth

    Tolppisouth Mostly Harmless

    The TARDIS is on my list also. I built a model rocket of one already. It's not papercraft though. Perhaps I could do a cardstock one some day. The picture below is my pumpkin I carved. [​IMG]
  8. Cforrest900

    Cforrest900 Member

    YAY we have a doctor who fan base here at Zealot! I would recommend Rocketmantan's TARDIS as it is a bit more detailed than hat. Huge fan of Cyberdrone, though. Got fifty (no joke) of his cubees on a shelf. You have to resize them but: has some very nice models for use with action figures. Pretty simple, yet nice for displays

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