Friday, December 25, 2015
The Super Mushroom first appeared in Super Mario Bros. for the NES. If "eaten" by Mario, it makes him bigger, or Super Mario. The Super Mushroom has retained this effect throughout all of the Mario games, while also acting as a speed boost in Mario Kart and healing the player in Paper Mario.
This is a very easy model. Just construct it in rings, and you should have no problems.
-sorry for the picture, my printer was having issues. :)
Thursday, December 17, 2015
Goombas are the first enemy encountered in Super Mario Bros. They appear in pretty much every Mario game now. This model is from Super Mario Strikers on the GameCube.
This is an easy model. Just follow the build order.
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Teddy is a villager in the Animal Crossing series. He enjoys sports and fitness, and has a very competitive personality. He appears in all 4 main series Animal Crossing games, as well as Happy Home Designer.
This is a medium model. There are a few fiddly parts, but nothing too complicated. Just take your time.
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Boos are an enemy from the Super Mario Bros. series. They are hovering ghosts who appear most frequently in the Boo Mansion levels. They slowly fly towards Mario when he has his back to them, but once he turns around, Boos hide their faces and stop following him.
This is a very easy model. Just cut out the large pieces, then construct the middle strip, and close with the sides.
Saturday, November 28, 2015
This is a medium model.
Saturday, November 21, 2015
Goombas are probably the most recognizable video game enemy ever created. The Goombas in Super Mario 64 were the first representation of Goombas in 3D, making them much harder to stomp. Goombas first appeared in Super Mario Bros. on the NES, and most recently appeared in New Super Mario Bros. U on the Wii U.
Start at the top of the head and close at the bottom. The stalk glues on by surface contact, as do the feet.
Designed by FinalSmash and Poe. Built by Poe.
Sunday, November 15, 2015
Link is the main protagonist of the Legend of Zelda series. He was on of the original 8 characters that were unlocked at the start of Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 64.
This is a medium model. Just follow the part numbers and you should be fine. REMEMBER TO SCORE AND FOLD ALL OF THE LINES.
Designed and built by FinalSmash
Monday, November 9, 2015
Mario Kart 7 re-introduced the coin item into the Mario Kart series for the first time since the original Super Mario Kart. But this time, they served a different purpose. In Mario Kart 7(and Mario Kart 8), you can collect up to 10 coins. Each time you pick up a coin, you get a tiny speed boost. But more importantly, they increase your top speed. Collect 10 to get to max speed!
This is an easy model. Cut out the first part, then glue the two strips together. Glue the large strip to the first side part, then close the model with the other side part.
Designed and built by FinalSmash.