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Advance Wars papercraft Tank by ninjatoespapercraft Advance Wars papercraft Tank by ninjatoespapercraft
The latest addition to my paper army: The Green Earth Tank!

Parts and instructions available from my papercraft webpage as usual: [link]

Have fun building!
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:iconmccloaker:
Lookout! The cute little paper Nazis are attacking!

Heh, on Wars World, nobody thinks anything's particularly sinister about Green Earth's forces. Andy once even says they "look cool." Heh.
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:iconninjatoespapercraft:
Yeah, all the armies seem to be based on real world nations, but it's not always very consistent, though, since Green Earth also uses a Russian Hind helicopter that would fit better with Blue Moon and an American A-10 Warthog plane that would fit better with Orange Star for instance...

But I think some of the other units definately look like WW2 German units, like the Kugelblitz Flakpanzer anti-air, and of course the Stahlhelmets of the footsoldiers! ;o)
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:iconbattlefield-blog:
Yay~! Thanks for making this! Also my Army grows each day Muahahaha! :lol:
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:iconninjatoespapercraft:
Haha I'm glad you like it!

I still have a long way to go to complete the series, but I'm getting there! ;o)

Have fun building!
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:iconla-bomba-frita:
La-Bomba-Frita Oct 16, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Very cute.
Have you heard of the Flipit Paper Combat Miniatures war game? I think you might find it interesting. You might have already seen it on the Nintendo Papercraft Forum.
[link]
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:iconninjatoespapercraft:
Haha yeah, the "cuteness" of the units is part of the reason why I like making them so much I guess... ;o)

I know about Flipit, yeah, Jim contacted me a while ago; people have always been playing with the idea to use my Advance Wars units for a tabletop game too, but it is very difficult to translate the rules of a videogame to a good tabletop game.

The rules of Jim's Flipit game are based more on other tabletop games than on that of a videogame so it should work much better! ;o)
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