On your desktop, in the living room, at the skatepark? Have Richie Eisler droppin hammers wherever with this free Paper model (download). It’s VERY fiddly, but stick with it and it’l look awesome when finished.
THICK paper is recommended, but if you don’t have this, try spray mounting it to a magazine cover. Cut round the limbs with scissors and slice the tabs with a craft knife. Share and enjoy, your very own Richie.
EXIST – The Shadow Market. Original Post, Backup on Archive.org.
Jon Julio posted a Papercraft Toy of Alex Broskow (by Ross). Download this picture, print it, cut and glue it. Voila! You got your own mini Broskow (link is down, but you can get a slightly better quality version on Archive.org.
You want some fingerskates, but you’re not able to get some ? Here is a cheap alternative: build your own paper skates and a module to test your finger rolling skills! Those paper models were featured in the Pellomag Section of the Crazy Roller Mag (rip), and Pellomag decided to put them online for more fun! Thanks Sylvain.
Instructions - Build your own paper skates!
Print the 2 pages on a resistant paper, or print it on a regular sheet and paste it later on a harder one.
The last steps are pretty simple: cut the edges of the papermodels, bend the dotted lines and glue them. Have fun!
up: Woodward module.
kriksis999 did a tutorial video about the skates ; you can check the video on Youtube: PLAY.