Going on Omelete Legends series, here comes J’onn J’onzz, the Martian Manhunter!
I modeled this one out of paper and colored him properly.
You can check more pictures and download him from Omelete Legends page.
Coming next: Wonder Woman
Next month, we’ll be amazed at the new episode of Star Wars – The Last Jedi.
My family and I decided to celebrate this event with a homemade Star Wars Christmas tree. I would like to share the entire process involved and also some templates so that you can create yours.
Step 1: Ships
I suggested that we should use Christmas tree balls as a starting point. Thus, we choose the Imperial ships of the Tie family, for they present spherical cockpits.
Tie Fighter (Vader)
R2-D2 – Not a ship, but has a spherical head
Downloaded, printed and assembled Death Star model, available at paper-replika.com
Before I glued one hemisphere to the other, I wrapped the inside with foil and made several holes, so that an inner illumination could only be seen through them.
Step 3: Tree Skirt – Imperial Logo
I cut a 42-inch circle on the black felt and a 12-inch circle on the white felt. Both with a hole in the center to pass the tree trunk. The other details were cut into the white felt and everything was glued with hot glue.
To finish, I pasted a garland around the skirt and the inner hole.
Step 4: Stepping Santa
Long ago, we’ve got this Mr. Christmas Stepping Santa. A helmet and a felt cape, and he became Stepping Vader!
Step 5: Lightsabers
I used 100 colored straws and a regular LED string (100 LEDs). I put together each pair using silver tape.
Thanks for reading! Merry Xmas and a wonderful 2018 to you all!
Game of Thrones season 7 will start soon. Drogon and his brothers are on their way to Westeros. What better way to celebrate this season than this 30-inch paper model?
This model is open source! Meaning all design files are available. You can view, clone, fork it at GitHub.
You can check more pictures and download him from Drogon page.