Unfortunately the CardFAQ website seems to have disappeared - so here is
a copy of the links page, which will help you find all sorts of
interesting paper and card models to make (most of the dead links have
CardFAQ - Links to free card models
Looks Like... Paper Models has a
Fiddler's Green has free samples of their models.
- Rob Ives'
Cardboard Engineering page has some automata, in the `Hands on'
Digital Navy has a 1:250 scale models of the German WWI torpedo
boat V-108, an Admirable class minesweeper-subchaser, and sample
turret (with catapult and floatplane) from their USS Arizona kit.
L'Instant Durable has a sample model of the Campanile di San
Marco in Venice.
Moshe Lemer has several models, including a ModelArt Spitfire.
Georg Eggers has an air-powered model rocket with pneumatic
launch pad. He also has a
Phillip Fickling Dimensional Design have a submarine.
Cee the Bee.
Delta 7 Studios have a Mercury Redstone 8.
Paper Shipwright have a 1:250 scale model of HMVS Cerberus.
Paper Creations has a simple F-15.
Cuspa Paper Models have a Celtic monastery.
Beppi's Paper Model Page has two models available to download.
- Lou Coatney has a sample
Butler class destroyer escort.
- Thomas Pleiner's own WWW pages are not presently available, but
he has made his Cessna 172 "Skyhawk" and a railway station model
available through Saul Jacobs'
Paper/Card Model Page.
Micromodels - So Called, two models.
Not the same as the
well known Micromodels® line of architectural models. This is a
fairly blatant abuse of the Micromodels® trademark, and the models
themselves are fairly crude, not up to the Micromodels® standard at
all, but they are free.
Ulrich Prahn's Star Trek Cardboard Models features four models,
the shuttlepod El-Baz, the shuttlecraft Magellan, a
Romulan scout vessel, and the SS Botany Bay.
The Key to Time, a paper model of the artifact of the same name
from the Dr. Who television programme.
Here's a Dalek.
The Tardis Databanks have a tab-and-slot model of Dr. Who's
- Grace Sylvan has a simple
house and store.
- Brumbaer has 10mm scale
buildings for the miniatures wargame Warmaster.
- Phil Heiple has a dozen simple dinosaurs on his
Download-a-Dinosaur page. Also
- Ben Zuidwijk has a
Business card which makes up into a simple little airplane.
Denis Moynihan has a sort of `autobiography', documenting
various cars he's owned or encountered as simple paper models.
- Takahiro Kojima's
Paper Model World has several models including automobiles, buildings,
- Denis Obriot's
Amiga Maquette page has trains, boats and some other models.
Some can be downloaded directly (look for the telephone icon);
others are available by mail or e-mail.
- Ralph Currell has 1:32 models of the
V-1 Flying Bomb and V-2 Rocket, and other models.
Pierre Gauriat has a fortified medieval church, a castle, a
Dewoitine D510 fighter, several automobiles, and an Ariane 4 rocket.
TomTom's Aviation and Scale Model Resources has a 1/144 scale
- Nobuo Koizumi's
Karat Creek Model Design has a couple of models of narrow gauge
- Phil Koopman, Jr., has a web page featuring the
Fly 'N' Things models developed by the late Phil Koopman, Sr.
Zio Prudenzio has several
Yasu Tanaka has models of F-1 racers and some other automobiles.
In English and
has a Greek tavern and several other models.
Jun's Paper Craft Page has a rabbit. In English and
Japanese Jun Mitani also has Tenkai, shareware software for
developing paper models, and 3D Card Maker, for generating pop-up
greeting cards. Sample greeting cards are available.
Volker Preikschat has race car models.
Jim's Dollhouse Pages have a variety of dollhouse furniture and
- Raymond van Campenhout's
Brussels Paper Trams has models of the trams of Brussels.
Zoffbred's Volvo page has a Volvo V70 T5, Volvo V70 (2000), and
a Volvo V40.
This site has a caravel and a pirate ship, and several other
- The Cleveland Museum of Art has a
Paper Model of a Pharaoh Death Mask.
- Michael Serdarusic has a model of
Der Mannheimer Wasserturm.
Duyfken 1606 Replica Foundation have a small model of the
Duyfken, the first European ship to visit Australia.
- Sequoia Aircraft Corporation have
models of their F.8L Falco.
- From NASA:
Make your own Yohkoh Satellite, from the Yohkoh Public Outreach
- Jan Heirtzler, of the Space Science Group at the
University of New Hampshire, has a model of the
Advanced Composition Explorer satellite. The model is available
in 1:8, 1:16, and 1:32 scale.
Center for Space Physics has a model of the
Geoblox has a sample model of a mid-ocean rift, demonstrating
- Steve McGuire's
Print-N-Play Toys has some simple stand up toys, a race car, and
a haunted house.
- In conjunction with their educational CD,
Bridge to Reading,
Owl & Mouse Educational Software has some free software for
Make a Town will print patterns for 10 houses, 8 stores and a
Make a Village will print patterns for a church, an apartment
house, more houses, and more stores;
Make a Farm will print patterns for farm buildings; and
Build your own Medieval Castle This software is oriented towards
lower elementary school children.
- Canon Japan has a varitey of
- Peramodel has four samples, a
Mandarin Duck, a
Tyranosaurus Rex, and an
Oak Leaf Studios have an OO scale signalbox.
- Shelter Systems have
- Grand Illusions has a
dragon, designed by Jerry Andrus of
- Fujioka, a Japanese fly fishing enthusiast, has models of trout
(in Japanese and
- Various non-English, mostly Japanese, sites, lumped together
here because I don't understand the site well enough to provide a