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fatdrake
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Paper Red Savarin (mk2)

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Do I have to introduce this guy? XD

Red Savarin is © CyberConnect2

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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 4 years, 4 months ago
Rating: General

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ARCC
4 years, 4 months ago
Ohhhh! Awesome! I look forward to a downloadable version someday! *high five*
fatdrake
4 years, 4 months ago
Currently working on it. Will let you know when it is released. :)
fatdrake
4 years, 4 months ago
Template is available for download now :)

See the description.
ARCC
4 years, 4 months ago
Woohoo! Awesome, thanks tons for sharing! :3 Will build one soon as I get some printer ink. =^-^=
dahan
4 years, 4 months ago
Wow, that's really cool :)
Quiet269
4 years, 4 months ago
Very nice stuff ^^

Have you ever thought of printing double sided so you can keep the fold line markings on the side that won't be visible? They look cool and fit with the style, but I'm just curious on a technical standpoint how well that might work
fatdrake
4 years, 4 months ago
Aw man, I have thought about this one.

Hardware wise, there are printers that allows you to print on both sides of the paper precisely (using laser alignment usually), there's also cutting/scoring machine that, well... simply put, you don't have to print no lines whatsoever. There's also these really fancy printers that can print your template, print glue on it, cut, and score your template in one single feed but those are usually in the million dollar range so... what you want is very possible, provided you have the $$$.

On the other hand, papercraft is a pretty unique medium... sculpture that can be easily replicated and distributed - personal printer/PC with internet connection and you're good to go. Personally I feel that if I make use of the fancy gadgets mentioned above, it would allow me to produce gallery grade stuff, sure, but it'd take away some from this medium's uniqueness. Either you have to ship printed materials or limit your audience to those who have access to fancy-schmancy printer.

I'm more willing to consider shipping templates... but what if you screw up a piece of it...?
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