Most of us look at paper as a two-dimensional object. But what if you can turn paper into a 3D model, complete with length, width and height? No, I’m not talking about making a box. 😉
I’m referring to a sphere, for example. Or a toy robot. Or a paper model of an anime doll.
I’m talking about 3D Papercraft. But you know what’s better than just talking or writing about it? It’s actually seeing it. And you can find these in PaperKraft.net by Ron Rementilla.
If you want to see a realistic example, check out his frog papercraft entry. Galing! 🙂