Papercraft zombies have arrived to ruin your lives. I made a bunch of these for fun. I wanted to collect them all and put them up for fans of the comic do with with as they wish. Feel free to download them all, cut them out, and start your very own papercraft zompocalypse. And if […]
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Papercraft Zombies are fun and I haven’t done one in a while. This is Hazmat Suit Harold. I love taking these papercraft zombies putting a bunch of them together to simulate my own little zombie apocalypse. Eases the pain.
If you played even a little bit of “Left 4 Dead II” you would have seen a bunch of these guys running around causing problems all the time. They were adorable. And now thanks to the wonder and Majesty that is me you can recreate them as Papercraft Zombies. Start your own Armageddon without those silly Mayans.
This pattern is based of of the paperdude template for papercraft toys. Eventually I should really come up with my own design. Trouble with that is that so many other people have been doing papercraft toys for longer than I have that it would be really hard to come up with something original. Maybe it’s not worth it. I’ll have to think about that.
You can find The rest of the papercraft zombies that I’ve done here.
My next Papercraft Zombie: Soon to be dead Ted.
It would seem that poor Ted had a bad run in with either a zombie or possibly some guy on “bath salts” and it’s left a mark. If Ted is lucky (and he’s not) he has merely been bitten by some crazy guy hopped up on “Bath Salts.”
Unfortunately for soon to be dead Ted he has been bitten by the real thing, which in most pop culture zombie lore spells certain doom. I would almost feel bad for him, if he wasn’t completely made from paper.
I had a fun time making my previous papercraft zombies, but I always felt like something was missing. Then I had it! People fleeing in terror. You simply can’t have a papercraft zombie apocalypse without fleeing papercraft people. It’s just not done.
Also doing these craft projects is a nice break sometimes from the zombie webcomic. I still would like to put a bunch of these papercraft patterns together and film my own little stop motion zombie apocalypse. Stick it up on You tube just for the hell of it.
Of course… If any of you awesomely creative people feel the need to beat me to the punch and do it yourselves. Well, I suppose I would have to link to that, and possibly send you a copy of my new zombie comic book “Undeath and Taxes”. (First awesome reader to do it gets a book… and my undying gratitude.)
Is that enough pandering and hints? Probably?
The next papercraft zombie I do will have a different pattern. This one is based on the “paper dude” from custompapertoys.com and has served me well, but it’s getting a bit long in the tooth. I still like the pattern, but when you put the zombie together his abnormally large head makes him kind of unstable on my desk. That simply will not do.
Because I love you all so much… yes in that creepy kind of way. I made a new zombie papercraft toy for you to download, put together, and start your own papercraft zombie apocalypse.
“Undead Larry” is the zombie friend you’ve always wanted but was never popular enough to deserve… Damn popular kids with their zombie friends! Hate them soooo much, well now you can feel all his papercraft love and he wont judge you….. judging you with his judging eyes of judgment…. Damn you “Undead Larry!” Don’t you judge ME!!!
This is the first version I did of “Undead Larry” the papercraft zombie. Feel free to put him together and destroy him. It’s what zombies are for. I make these paper toys for my daughter all the time and she seems to enjoy destroying them. That’s good parenting.
Here’s some Zombie Papercraft goodness for you to cutout and enjoy.
I made this papercraft version of your future zombie girlfriend and decided to post it up at the top where I hoped it would get more attention than if I just put it in the blog.
This is “Cadaverous Carol” and I made her with love… and other gross and gory bits. She’s the third papercraft zombie I’ve made so far. You can get the other zombie papercraft projects I’ve done here .
This may be the last time I use this pattern for making zombie paper toys. I’ll either try a new design next time or try to come up with one of my own. I do like making these though. I originally got this patern from custompapertoys.com
They have some pretty impressive stuff over there. I like to check it out every once in a while.
If any of you get a chance to make one of these, make sure you take a picture and put it in the forum so we can all check it out. I’m planning on drafting my kids to help me construct an entire zombie apocalypse worth of papercraft zombies. I’m a good dad that way.
Cthulhu Papercraft Madness
I’ve been working on a set of Papercraft zombies that I can put in my “extras” page for people to download and have fun with, but while I’ve been looking on the Intertubes for inspiration I ran across this.
Papercraft Cthulhu, based on the work of John KOVALIC’s “My little Cthulhu.”
Now with the help of your printer and some paste (Provided you don’t eat said paste, because it’s soooo taisty) you can make your own cute little Elder God to destroy your world, cubicle, home, whatever.
I love stuff like this and because I love you all in the creepiest way possible, I share.
Download templates here.
My flash based Zombie Builder app I built this app from flash as a fun test project. You can swap out the zombies look and colors then print it out when your done. How to make your very own Necronomicon for fun and profit. Click here or on the image below to read how […]