Well, this is a first.
The attention to small details is just incredible in Polish enthusiast Bernard Szukiel's paper replica of the Millennium Falcon.
A disembodied artificial intelligence who eventually got poured into a metal body so she could kick ass and kiss Joker, EDI was one of the best parts of the Mass Effect trilogy. She's supposed to be made of futuristic space alloys but damn if she doesn't look good made out of old-fashioned Terran pulp paper.
These incredible figures of Tyrael and Diablo himself are the work of an avid Diablo fan, TaeHyeon Hong from South-Korea, and he made them out of nothing but paper.
You might not be able to have conversations or go into combat with this papercraft version of Jack made by tankball, but you've gotta admit, it's pretty freakin' cool.
They're made of paper. Amazing stuff.
I stare at the glorious handcrafted world of Blitz Games' Paper Titans for hours, lazily rotating each colorfully cobbled-together stage. I would gladly take a large stack of proto-form Titans, popping them out of their paper prisons and folding them to life with a flick of my finger. This striking setting cries out…
Halloween is coming up surprisingly fast. If you find yourself seeking a gaming-themed costume, have you considered perhaps being Handsome Jack?
Julius Perdana has built a replica model of a Crysis nanosuit that manages to look better than a professional, factory-made action figure.
Papercraft isn't just useful for making tiny recreations of famous video game characters. You can also make terrific animated shorts with it.
Amaterasu of Okami fame is a majestic creature. One that is definitely worthy of artistic mediums, far and wide.
I'm hesitant to call this papercraft, since that's a word we normally associate with little things that sit on a desk. Instead, I'm just going to call this 6'10″ model of Metroid's Samus Aran a masterpiece.
Some time ago we shared the papercraft wonder that was Leo Firebrand's Fallout 3 homage: the laser pistol. Paper (and some papier-mâché for the gun handle) alone yielded a believable piece of the post-apocalypse.
Paper sculpture? That'll do. Built from paper and glue, Aussie artist Richi89's take on Amaterasu, the star of Capcom's Okami games is quite the sight.
Requiring more than 200 pages, 12 hours of work per day for a solid month, and what must have been gallons of printer ink, is this jaw-dropping life-size papercraft Link that the artist Michaela M. completed this week. Yes, she has a template for those with the time and the patience to try to re-create her masterpiece.
Hey, chumps, if you're not dropping the hundy on Duke Nukem Forever's "Balls of Steel" special edition, you can still get your hands on its macho-iest component, that being the papercraft.
Everything is now digital. This sentence, for example, doesn't exist in tangible space. But there was a time when you could reach out and touch everything. There was a time when paper was king.
Super Meat Boy and Dr. Fetus papercraft by the folks at Cubeecraft.com. Click to enlarge, print, cut, fold. It's easier than playing Super Meat Boy, which is one tough newly-released Xbox Live Arcade game.
Just in time for Halloween, Gearbox Software's Jeffrey "botman" Broome created this rather attractive papercraft Borderlands Psycho Bandit mask, and he's sharing the plans with everyone willing to take a moderate hit to their printer's ink cartridges.