Minecart (duh): http://img59.imageshack.us/i/minecartnet.png/
NOTE: The front and back are created by me as I couldn't find them under normal lighting conditions. The bottom is white because 1. I don't know what it looks like 2. You don't see it anyways
How to use slope: save/download the 'net' and (with white as transparent), place it on a copy of the block you will be using as the base of your slope. cut off the extra square and voila! You have yourself a slope. Now your minecart can go up and down!
1 I'm not sure how the person fits in the minecart.
2 Add you own tabs (glue or fold) to the minecart.
Right, I think we will have to redo the minecart :tongue.gif:
Ingame it is not as flat as the one you created.
One other ting, the tracks, we will have to make so the tracks white are is that same color as the surface its placed on, cuting it out will proberly be hard. So we will have to make different tracks images for different surfaces, but i guess grass, dirt, sand and gravel will be ok?
And stone and cobblestone , I'll get to work on that as soon as I can.
And also, I made a mistake with the slope, so I'll correct that as soon as I can because the sloped tab is too short.
I could make a few 2D items, but 1 - they'd be flimsy, so you'd need to make a cardboard part to make it stay straight and 2 - if you want one so bad then make your own! Sorry if I sound rude.
For slopes: add your coice of tabs, print, and put together (duh)
For flat ground ones: other than grass, all are double sided, so to change your track you can just flip the cube and not print off another net - saving paper (or reeds =P)! Grass - you have to print off another one...
I haven't made a minecart because I don't know what it looks like completely (I've never made one in minecraft because I'm a noob =P)
I was thinking more of making the tracks 2d, and just place them on top of the blocks you allready have.
So that you can change the tracks without tuching the blocks you got from before.
The slopes should be without the plates on the side, as in minecraft there is nothing filling in for the space.
go back one of my posts and you an get the 2D tracks, and if you want the sides blank, just erase (using a picture editing program like paint) the side flaps
Right paint lol.... GIMP FTW
I got the tracks from the minecraft.jar(the first time you posted about this), i havent done anything as this semed to be your project... XD
I'm not saying what you have done is wrong, it's nice. I'm just thinking since this is the standard papercraft topic, i think all papercrafts here should be just like n minecraft itselfe.
And I'm one of the ppl who thinks the tracks only sould be applyed to gravel or cobbelstone as thats what it's like irl :tongue.gif:
This sites will be updated whenever there is a new papercraft out...
So insted of posting a list of all papercraft with a new one each time there is a new papercraft it's better to browse this pages for older papercrafts.
Before completly making the arms, head and body, get some of those pins where u have to flip the ends of them and use them to connect the arms and head to the body. Then finish making the arms head and body. Alternatly (this might make it eaisier) you could just stick the pin through the head (so the pin ends are outside of the head) and the arms, then finish making the head and arms, THEN you put them through the body and then finish folding up the body, stick the legs on and voila! You have a player that has a head that turns and arms the swing more freely!
I made a small modification to the pig to get the head right. Also, the Creeper's legs in the first post are a little messed up. There's no connector's to the body. Also, Minecraft uses the same leg sprite for each and ever leg of a pig and a creeper and does not invert the image for the left (or right) leg. The models find in the first post do have inverted legs which isn't the way it should be. :\
Otherwise I had a blast making these. Thanks to the persons who made the models~