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We're producing three new Tinysaur tiny skeleton models and need your help to bring them to life. Mark your calendar for August 15th at 12 PM Eastern DST. We're listing several limited quantity early bird rewards for you to scoop up!
Quetzalcoatlus ( kĕt'- zel - kō - ät'- lus )
An artist named Sinansoykut created an Instructables.com post about building a paper crow skeleton. It's pretty amazing. I don't think I'm going to build one quite as nice as this. I love seeing how others use paper to create sculptures. Each artist approaches the flexibility, folding, printing, or texturing in a unique way. Check out the step by step build at instructables.com.
An artist named Gedelgo has shared his digital files to make a life-sized 3D paper velociraptor skeleton. Print, cut, glue, RAWR! You can download the files and instructions here and get started. Gedelgo has included a file called "Notes and Tips" if you've never built a model like this before. Some of the important tips (that I've learned from doing it the hard way) are to identify the internal parts of a skull, and assemble them first. It's a lot harder to align and secure glue tabs inside an infratemporal fenestra (literally translated as an opening or window in the...