Ok, I know we already covered this yesterday, but what can we do? When we see something that blows us away (and concerns World of Warcraft
, of course), we just have to share it with you. Tipster Salaami pointed me to a papercraft site
made by Canadian blogger PMF, an architect who seems to enjoy making papercraft models of World of Warcraft. He hasn't made models in a few months, but if you're into papercraft -- or, since it is extended maintenance -- you can try your hand at constructing a few of the plans yourself.
You can download various plans from the awesome Kodos, Orc and Dwarven mailboxes, or start easy with a... wrench. Yes, there are actually plans for a World of Warcraft arclight spanner
. There's even that King Bangalash that Mike was looking forward to
. It might even be something our self-confessed curmudgeon Matthew
can get into instead of waiting on a Figureprints lottery
. The best part? The plans on PMF's blog are actually free, so you can simply download the links, print them out, and start papercrafting away. Of course, most of the designs require a Papercrafting skill of 375, but hey, you can always make a bunch of arclight spanners to skill up. Check out yesterday's gallery with additions from PMF's site.
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