06 July 2007

Lassie Papercraft

Considered by many as probably the "World Most Famous Dog", Lassie has put the Collie to the top of the popularity chart for years and has associated their breed with quality traits such as loyalty, courage, intelligence, and also being protective and kid/family friendly. The Lassie character came to life way back in 1938 from a short story by Eric Knight titled "Lassie Come Home". The book was an overnight sensation and paved way for a movie of the same name which first featured Lassie's mug for the first time on film (1943). You can learn a lot more of Lassie's history by going to their official site.

This Lassie papercraft model is a very easy one, simple cutting, a few glue tabs here and there and your done. If you've been wanting to do papercrafts but got intimated by some of the more intricate or detailed models you've seen around the net, this is a good model to start with that you can actually finish within a few minutes or so.

Lassie [Download]


  1. "Lassies mug"

    wtf is that?

  2. FYI, this is America, we dont speak that shit here. you coward British fucks should speak American english not Britfuck english. aight

  3. nice work ron, thanks again for this one!

  4. thanks, this is just what i need to get started

  5. ron, i see you've got a sambo problem, eh.

    ebonics, a poor excuse for one's failure to grasp the basics of english

  6. This looks like a fun and easy build! Thanks for posting it!

    Rustin Allison

  7. chokipeta charmander: http://rapidshare.com/files/41823815/charmander.rar (830KB)

    keicraft bunny: http://rapidshare.com/files/41824177/keicraftbunny.rar (~6MB)
    I emailed you some stuff a while ago, I dunno what you did w/it. I still have it if you want it.

  8. @Rustin
    Thanks, I'm glad you liked it

    I've done the Charmander model already and it's on the posting queue. The bunny is also finished but I can't post it because the author has asked me not to post any papercrafts from his commercially available book.


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