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papercraft LEGO Ghost parts by ninjatoespapercraft papercraft LEGO Ghost parts by ninjatoespapercraft
This papercraft model has plenty of parts, but most of them are white, so it won't use a lot of ink (you don't have to use any coloured ink at all ;o)

The legs are optional; the early LEGO Ghosts used a 1x2 brick and plate to make it appear as if they were floating.

For a real ghostly effect, you can print the Ghost shroud on glow-in-the-dark / Nachtleuchtpapier, but that's optional as well.

Parts inventory
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2888 glow-in-the-dark (opaque) minifig ghost shroud
3626b black minifig head (plain) hollow stud
973 white minifig torso (plain)
981 white minifig arm (left)
982 white minifig arm (right)
983 white minifig hand (2x)

3004 white brick 1x2
3023 white plate 1x2

alternative:
970 white minifig hips
971 white minifig leg (right)
972 white minifig leg (left)


The papercraft parts can simply be downloaded from my papercraft webpage, though: [link] ;o)

Have fun building and happy early Halloween!
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epikachu Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
vet cool!wanneer komt hij?
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2011
Hij is al klaar: [link] ;o)

Het was een soort "geheim" project voor Halloween alvast, dus ik had er geen updates van op m'n weblog, behalve dan een release video gisteren: [link]
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Matthordika Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
Does the 1x2 brick have the same inner workings as the real brick?
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2011
Yes, the brick and the plate have the same proportions (1 and 1/3 and 1x2) as real LEGO bricks and plates, so they can be combined without problems.

I traced most parts of the minifigs (torso, legs etc) from a scanned image, though, so not all the holes (like on the backs of the legs) are the perfect size...

The hips of the minifig fit into the brick like the real LEGO bricks, though, and so does the stud on top of the head, but other holes/studs are a bit too small/big...
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