Well, I have one or two papercraft sites (and my own weblog and Twitter now, of course ;o) where I usually announce the release whenever I finished a new paper model to put on my papercraft webpage for download.
Otherwise, I'd be sending e-mails and posting messages everywhere all day long, and it's much more fun to start a new model already! ;o)
Thanks, I'm happy to hear you like my paper Kapitein Knoest! But I think that if you just try to keep improving yourself and keep having fun, it's not that hard to make a paper model that hopefully will be fun to build! ;o)
Yeah, the only thing with papercraft is that it can be so time consuming... ;o)
I often divide the work into small steps, so I can take it just one step at a time. It can take a long time that way, but since it's just an hobby, it doesn't really matter and I can work on it whenever I feel like it, so it stays fun. ;o)
I made the joints a tight fit, so that the seperate parts won't fall off when you put them together. And of course like all models, you will have to take your time to make all the parts fit together properly. ;o)
I really recommend using thicker paper (I always use 200 gsm paper) because the joints need to be strong enough to handle being taken apart and put back together as many times as you want to of course!
So if you use thicker paper, if it's a *really* tight fit, you can gently! "force" the pin into the hole and then "loosen" it up a bit by rotating the arm a bit for instance, but don't overdo it of course! ;o)