Papercraft Kuboid Dragon – Something Fun

Will across at Inked Adventures  doodled a nifty little cuboid dragon, which was really awesome so I felt inspired to create this 3D papercraft version of Wills Dragon or Fan art….maybe fan paper model is a better term.

Dragon Papercraft Live Build Christmas Colors S01

I didn’t have any particular design goal in mind when I created the model it really was just made as a fun little dude (or dudette) to hang/sit around the place. For myself I plan to sit one on top of my monitor and I’ll make a few for the old Christmas tree this year to give it a bit of a fantasy theme.

Dragon Papercraft 3 View S01

I did design two slightly different sizes a 6.5 inch long model and a 4.5 inch long model. The larger model fills three pages and the smaller model fits on a single page. I have included four main colours as well as a version you can print and hand to a small assistant to colour in :).

Dragon Papercraft Christmas Colors S01

Not much else to say except here are the files, enjoy 🙂

Kuboid Dragon

Mini Kuboid Dragon

It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him. – J. R. R. Tolkien

3 Responses to “Papercraft Kuboid Dragon – Something Fun”

  1. 1 stsdobson October 18, 2014 at 7:14 pm

    This is brilliant! Thank you so much; my 4 and 6 yr old had a blast with these, and have been running around with them roaring. I reckon those playmobil knights are going to have their work cut out with them….

  2. 2 Jen July 21, 2020 at 4:30 pm

    Thank you for this project. I work in a library and used part of your template to make free “take and make” craft kits for kids that we are setting out in this time of Covid-19. This is an inspired project.

  1. 1 Kuboid Dragon | Download Kit Mô Hình Giấy Miễn Phí Trackback on October 20, 2014 at 3:01 am

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