• Minecraft Cube Templates
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The creeper template posted on the first page is a bit small in proportions to the other templates, if you want a perfect sized creeper you need to get the pixel width of the template, divide it by 4 and multiply it by 6.5, then resize it to keep the aspect ratio, then the creeper will be the same size as the Players and Zombies. tl;dr - 743x874
I already made a dirt block, now I'm working on a creeper :buddy:
I made my skin! [IMG]http://i741.photobucket.com/albums/xx53/awettowel/front.jpg[/IMG] (The arms look strangely out of proportion there, but they look normal otherwise.
[url]http://papercraft.tk/[/url] :science:
[IMG]http://gyazo.com/b64649eed74728104b1c05592a9e03db.png[/IMG] So I made some. Winner for 4 year old vault boy.
Somebody should make a full tree and post it, I would, but I have no printer.
Out of Ink :saddowns:
Definitely gonna print off a lot of these and make a little scene on one of my shelves. I'll upload pics when I'm done. Should I make the top shelf an above world with dirt and sand and a little house and everything, and then make a lower shelf an underground world with stone and ores and a creeper? [editline]4th March 2011[/editline] No, no, I'm gonna make a top one above ground, a middle one a cave, and a lowest one the Nether.
[QUOTE=DudeGuyKT;28422935]Definitely gonna print off a lot of these and make a little scene on one of my shelves. I'll upload pics when I'm done. Should I make the top shelf an above world with dirt and sand and a little house and everything, and then make a lower shelf an underground world with stone and ores and a creeper? [editline]4th March 2011[/editline] No, no, I'm gonna make a top one above ground, a middle one a cave, and a lowest one the Nether.[/QUOTE] Too far!
Not far enough!
[QUOTE=ItsGary;28424838]Too far![/QUOTE] I have a throat infection. I won't be doing anything for several days. I need a project to take up my time.
[img_thumb]https://dl.dropbox.com/u/8804349/creeper.jpg[/img_thumb] My sister made me this little guy while at work. She messed up the feet a little, though.
[QUOTE=A big fat ass;28411915]Don't use regular printing paper. Buy some cardstock.[/QUOTE] looks like I also have to get some tacky glue as gluestick is shit.
[IMG_thumb]http://i.imgur.com/MbdHa.jpg[/IMG_thumb] The shelves I will soon clean up for my Minecraft dedication. [IMG_thumb]http://i.imgur.com/8A4kp.jpg[/IMG_thumb] The stack of papers with 2 blocks on each, that I will soon begin cutting.
i need some Canson and ink :(
Well, note to self: Do not use normal paper, because i have a urge to squeeze stuff and i destroyed my mnecraft guy.
Note to self: Double-sided tape is better than glue sticks
MOTHER! Y U NO BUY CARDBOARD PAPER? But seriously i need some goddamn cardboard paper.
I want to make life sized Minecraft blocks. As in, cubic meter sized. I have 500 free cardboard boxes from the postal service, it wouldn't be a problem. [editline]n[/editline] Hm, a cubic meter's a bit of a stretch (no pun intended). I'll have to settle for a cubic foot. They'd take up less space that way anyways.
do it
Just rape the shit out of the tabs with a glue stick and it'll stay on fine.. If it makes any difference I used the purple colored sticks.
[QUOTE=DudeGuyKT;28426264][IMG_thumb]http://i.imgur.com/MbdHa.jpg[/IMG_thumb] The shelves I will soon clean up for my Minecraft dedication. [IMG_thumb]http://i.imgur.com/8A4kp.jpg[/IMG_thumb] The stack of papers with 2 blocks on each, that I will soon begin cutting.[/QUOTE] Land ----------------- Cave ----------------- Nether ----------------- Do it.
yeah if you find this fyi: i printed like 3 boxes, got bored, and moved on
Okay, so I have the rough "skeleton" of my block. I took two 12"x12"x6" boxes and taped them together, making a cubic foot. Now I'm gonna cover it with paper and do the designs by hand, just as a prototype. If I like it, I could theoretically make roughly 262 cubes with the boxes I have. Not counting half blocks, stairs etc.
All of you guys' cube (templates) are AWESOME! I'm hoping for a tutorial to be posted.
[QUOTE=DudeGuyKT;28426870]That's exactly what I'm doing! I've also got my character printed, a pig, a creeper, and I'm soon to get either a ghast or a zombie pigman. Now: Should I keep making boxes, or should I go ahead and cut out my character?[/QUOTE] Make boxes and form the landscape of the area, then place characters around. I've been wanting to make a diorama of a minecraft landscape
[QUOTE=Diealready;28428063]Make boxes and form the landscape of the area, then place characters around. I've been wanting to make a diorama of a minecraft landscape[/QUOTE] That's my plan. The only thing is, I'm gonna need to print out a lot of dirt, rock, and netherrock.
I now know how i am going to do it, re-print, cut every piece off, glue them onto cardboard, sticky tape them together when fully glued.
[URL]http://www.barkingdoginteractive.com/minecraft/[/URL] :buddy: im making a shit ton on them to tape to my wall. [editline]s[/editline] they're really small though.
Okay, I coated my cardboard cube with vellum paper. What texture do you guys suggest I apply? I was thinking grass.
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