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This was a BIG project... And expensive, because I decided to buy a Silhouette Cameo cutting machine because so many cuts are exactly the same (there are 256 studs just for the 16 x 16 Baseplate for example...)

I made it to be cut from colored 160 gsm paper and transparant sheets, and there's even a Sticker part. :o) The parts and instructions are on my papercraft webpage as usual:
https://ninjatoes.wordpress.com/category/lego/

Have fun papercrafting!
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>>595460
Looks really amazing. I would not build this, since it's much more efficient to actually buy the legos and 100% less work and they don't break, although it's 200% cheaper, since legos are really expensive. But really nice work, just not efficient as far as I see it. But looks real as hell, I'm impressed
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>>595605 Yeah this is definitely not a papercraft just as a small and quick project... Especially the larger paper bricks are difficult to actually build with; and I *really* recommend a cutting machine so it's quite an investment for most people; nothing beats real LEGO!



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