Papercraft Friends

Welcome to the Tutorials Section.

Here you will find several Papercraft Tutorials. More Tutorials are planned in the near future so be sure to check back often for updates. Also be sure to follow me on twitter for the latest news.

If you have any questions, comments or requests please do not hesitate to contact me.

How to export World of Warcraft models from the game files

Exporting Models Tutorial Banner

Preparing your model for papercrafting

Preparing Models Tutorial Banner

Using Pepakura Designer 3 to create your papercraft

Pepakura Tutorial Banner

4 Responses to Papercraft Tutorials

  • BaDrum says:

    Hi there,
    great guide so far i think. Well done.

    Do you think it is possible to papercraft an onyxia this way? A Workmade and me are playing the stopped WoW Miniatures Game and it would be nice to have an Ony-Raid like in the TCG. So paperonyxia should have a size of roundabout 40-50 cm due ti the minis from the real game are about 4cm in average.


    • admin says:

      I would have to check how complicated the model is. I am currently on holiday and not able to get back to you till august the 12th

    • Morell says:

      It can be done, if the model it too complex, it can be spit into parts. Then you must hold 0,0,0 cordinate at the same place for all separated parts of the model (for each part just remove the rest and save as different file without moving the base cordinate) and then in pepacura you have to set the same size of the parts, but not the specificed size, but the scale number below them. If it will be the same in all the files, they will fit perfect.
      I didn’t tested this yet, but I believe it works this way.

  • BaDrum says:

    No Problem.

    But i see, it is possible to open that big models like onyxia in the model viewer. maybe a Boss like Ragnaros or Magmadar with less complex structures would be a good plan B.

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