Little Paper House


#1

When I get home, I will upload the pdf/.ai. The latest version has a hole in the bottom for a Christmas light. Unfortunately the inner folds show when a light is in it. Next I will try heavier stock, or design it in multiple parts. Making patterns is hard.


#2

:smile: Yes it is…but those turned out very nicely!


#3

Yep easy to feel intimidated by all the amazing designers on here, who seem to get it right first time. I’m onto my 6th reindeer that still isn’t working right.


#4

It gets easier the more you do it…maybe…lol
Nice job though!!! Now make a Godzilla to smush the ones that don’t work…lol


#5

I WILL GET IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME OR IT’S NOT WORTH IT |
(this is probably the 23rd iteration. My GF is downstairs and my computer is upstairs. It’s my cardio workout)


#6

Lol once it’s right though you can do loads and loads, till you’re really really sick of the sight of them. Plus you’ll be super fit :joy:


#7

Don’t believe everything you read. :slight_smile:


#8

They look great … Love paper projects!


#9

I’ve been tossing around making some terrain for a western game. Haven’t gotten the nerve to try it out yet. I bought these plans years ago, just a super pain to cut out by hand. I may need to revisit the idea.

http://www.erichotz.com/whitewash.html


#10

Your work is awesome!


#11

Ain’t that the truth! I’m designing a steampunk dice tower. I have started over, from the basic box, at least 3 times. And still haven’t printed more than 3 pieces at a time. And there’s at least 2 more iterations that I can see in my future.


#12

I think your houses are really cute! If you want to make them a little sturdier you could try Canson Watercolor artboard. It’s close to 1/16” and paints up really nice. I used it for my HO scale houses. You wouldn’t be able to fold them, though, because the thickness would have to be accounted for.


#13

Oh, not mine. Just throwing it out there for others to view.


#14

Cool in the least.