25 January 2007

Free printable folded paper toys

ReadyMechPrint, fold and play! That's the idea behind the beautifully designed paper figures at Readymech. [Via Babygadget]

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For the creatively inclined with access to the Adobe Illustrator or the free Inskcape (http://www.inkscape.org) drawing programs, this free pdf tutorial from the UK based Computer Arts magazine shows how to design and make these yourself.

Check it out: http://www.computerarts.co.uk/tutorials/2d__and__photoshop/design_and_build_a_flatpack_toy

What you really want is to check out:


Now that's what I call Paper Toys!

But thanks for the other link, I'm always looking for new papercraft sites since it's a hobby I share with my 7-year old.

Most of the toys don't have a pdf link. I wonder how you're supposed to get the high quality prints from those.

And thanks for the link C Brannon. That's a great site.

Take pictures of your creations and post them to the Flickr photo group http://www.flickr.com/groups/readymech/ dedicated to Readymech paper crafts.

My son Loved these!! Great for keeping his hands busy with something more productive than video games.

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