This is a gallery of Star Wars themed origami. Each piece was folded from a single sheet of paper by Martin Hunt. Martin eventually wants to get the licensing rights from Disney to have his original designs published in book form so everyone can share the joy of folding paper into spaceships EVEN WITHOUT INTERNET ACCESS. Good job, Martin, but check out THIS original design. *crumpling paper into ball* "The Death Star?" Yep! *strutting like a peacock*
Hit the jump for the gallery, but check out Martin's site for multiple angles of each and even more.
Thanks to Joe Soap, LupusYonderboy, and Martin (the paper-folder himself), none of which were really impressed by my Death Star. They were all, "oh yeah, great job GW", but I knew they were lying. I knew.
This is a video of the Battle of Hoth recreated in Minecraft with the original audio from The Empire Strikes Back. Whoever made it did a good job. Me? I got a "should have been fired years ago" on my most recent peer evaluation here at work. I don't know who wrote it but *s... / Continue →
Tom Bingham makes custom electric guitars out of the Star Wars spaceship toys he buys at car boot (trunk) sales (aka stolen goods sales). That's cool, but not near as ICE COLD as the ice cream bar I'm eating right now. It's strawberry -- you jealous? No? What if I told you ... / Continue →
This is the half-inch papercraft Millennium Falcon model made by working under a magnifying glass professional David Canavese. David says she ship is entirely paper (and glue) and took eight hours to complete. There's a bonus Star Wars Blockade Runner after the jump that's ev... / Continue →