It looks like Facebook's timeline layout will soon no longer be optional but mandatory, so yesterday I made a banner that will go on top of my Facebook profile featuring some of the paper models you can download from my papercraft webpage.
On my DeviantArt pages, there are only pictures of my papercraft models; if you are looking for the parts and instructions to build them yourself, you can find those on my papercraft webpage here: [link]
The pictures I posted on DeviantArt are all in their respective folders (depending on what series they're from, like "Zelda", "Batman" or "Misc", if I made just one model from that series) here: [link]
But if you want to see all the pictures of each of my papercraft models, you can use the links on the download posts on my main papercraft webpage here: [link]
Or you can see really *all* of my papercraft pictures in my Picasa webalbums here: [link]
I just want to finish the King of Red Lions first. My problem is that I have to reprint part of it and I'm having issues with the scale because I must have printed it on some weird setting the first time. (I may have told you this already lol) Also, I've semi-recently started coloring the edges of my models, so I'm considering restarting it completely. I have the mast and a large chunk of the boat part done, but I wasn't very good when I started, so there are parts that you can kind of tell were cut apart and re-glued again. I also want to make the "sea base" that someone made to replace the stand you designed, so my brain is running through all of these decisions like crazy. lol
It's always a difficult decision whether or not to start all over on a big papercraft model, because it already took so much time and work...
Sometimes if you're careful, you can repair parts that you're not happy with and leave the rest intact.
It's very tough to get the scale exactly right again if your printing is acting up, maybe you can print a sample page, carefully measure the parts and compare them to the old ones you printed; then with some math and trial error you can play around with the printer settings and page margins until you get them the exact same size again.
If you decide to start all over again, it will probably go faster the second time around because you can use your first build as example of course, but still take your time of course! ;o)