Posted on October 31, 2007,

Portal Papercraft Tribute Assaults Us With Cuteness

Portal Papercraft

Here’s a paper tribute that will make many go “Awwwwwww!”

Cuteness is the craft of internet persona, Tubbypaws; whose artistic skills captured this memorable context of the “happy magic doors game“. A brief description from her blog site:

“this is my little paper tribute to a happy game by Valve about magic doors.
you can make this little paper thing if you print out the paper pattern…….”

You too can replicate this adorable little paper scene. Just head on over to Tubbypaws’ site and download the printable page. Once you’ve accomplished that, simply follow her instructions on how to assemble it. If her instructions end up far too much for your brain to comprehend, I’ll send our intern, Pepe, over to lend a hand… or not. Considering Pepe has no hands, that might be rather difficulty. How about I just send him over there to mock you instead? Pepe has a knack for finding alternative uses of paper products anyway.

I never really thought about it until now, but Portal kinda matches Gaming Today’s color theme.

Via Tubbypaws Blogspot

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3 Comments on Portal Papercraft Tribute Assaults Us With Cuteness


On October 31, 2007 at 10:17 am

I’m certain Valve did their best to make sure Portal looks good on this website, and this website alone.


On October 31, 2007 at 2:18 pm

lol, I am in the process of making this and I will go ahead and say that I am building it at 100%. Not blown up to an 8 1/2 x 11. It’s a bit tough to cut all the parts and it takes the longest, but if you use an xacto knife it works best. Also, I had some modeling clay… so when I put the parts together I pressed clay to match the size and wrapped the paper around it. It is much stronger this way and looks a lot better than just hollow paper.


On December 24, 2007 at 5:10 pm

:razz: :razz: :razz: :oops: :razz: :roll: :mad: