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Construct Your Own Paper Robots

Author: James Lo

Bring paper to life and create an awesome collection of robots using the paper provided and some glue.

ISBN: 9781908170279

Format: Paperback
Specs: 276 x 208mm, 144pages
Publisher: CICO Books



Welcome to Robot City, home to some of the most amazing feats of paper and robotic engineering on this planet. With 35 different robots to choose from, you are sure to get hooked on making paper toys – the popular new papercrafting trend – and want to build them all. Construct Your Own paper Robots features innovative designs for everything from a robot nuclear family, complete with mum, dad, son and daughter, to superhero droids, security cyborgs, robot animals and more, each with their own unique characteristics. Take Oculon for example, the eye in the sky, dedicated to flying around Robot City, keeping the residents safe at night. Then there’s Mechanus the robodoctor, giving an oil change to any droids in need of a tune-up. Not everyone in Robot City is a good citizen however, like Omerton, boss of the underworld crime families, but luckily UltraBot and his sidekicks Terra, Firma and Mare are around to keep things under control. Every project come with a template that’s ready to be popped out of the book and folded into something amazing. We’ve even scored the creases, ready for you to get started straight away. You’ll be amazed at the variety of robots you can create using just a few folds, and it’s so simple; all you will need is this book and a glue stick.

• 35 amazing cyborgs, androids and automatons to make
• Contains templates already scored and cut for you, all you need to do is pop them out of the pages and bring them to life
• Making paper robots is fun and addictive, and once you’ve made your first, you won’t want to stop until you’ve built them all

About the Author

When not working as a game developer, James Lo runs, his blog dedicated to all things paper toy related. Based in the Philippines, James likes nothing more than an afternoon spent working on new paper toys with his son.

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