ReadyMech2.0 – even more free paper toys
2 months and a half after my review of the free paper toys, the guys from ReadyMech created their second generation of the “have paper fun” series. 14 new .PDF files are ready for downloading and folding, so you better start preparations following the instructions from my first post and you better find about 210 minutes /it usually takes 15 minutes for 1 toy/, so you can build up the whole amazing ReadyMech2.0 collection.
The style trends remains similar – most of the toys have the same form – rectangle body and sort of hands or tentacles, which make them look like funny robots and which facilitates the process as you get used to the folding manner. The main addictive factor is their life-themes – every paper toy has its own unique look and charm, so folding a furry bird, retarded school boy, emotional octopus or Buda zombie is not just a practical achievement, but piece of chef d’oeuvre on your /or somebody else/ shelf.
I had my good time experimenting, hope you had yours. See you in ReadyMech3.0 and hope more free self-made stuff will come on our way – you will be kept posted here.
Download the current ReadyMech series on: http://readymech.fwis.com/