I love the way you do these. Looks great.

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I love the way you do these. Looks great.

(PAPER AUTOMATA)

Author: Ladislav Badalec

Source: Slovak magazine Zenit 25/1987-88

This is my first memorial bonding model on the occasion of Mr. Badalc's 75s. The BaJ brand accompanies me all my life and I keep coming back to the models of these two gentlemen. (The models Mr. Badalec and Jakubčo publish under the BaJ brand.) I first glued Karel's robot model more than 30 years ago and it was one of my first paper models and definitely my first paper automata. (after pushing on the head, raises his hands)

So this is a nice memory and addition to my collection of paper automatas, because I don't know where the original Karel ended up ...

Since this is a memorial gluing, I added a few extra things. I added a table (free model from the internet) and a cake (free model - vTOM vystřihovánky) to the mat. A few photos:

Nice work!Friend Karel

(PAPER AUTOMATA)

Author: Ladislav Badalec

Source: Slovak magazine Zenit 25/1987-88

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This is my first memorial bonding model on the occasion of Mr. Badalc's 75s. The BaJ brand accompanies me all my life and I keep coming back to the models of these two gentlemen. (The models Mr. Badalec and Jakubčo publish under the BaJ brand.) I first glued Karel's robot model more than 30 years ago and it was one of my first paper models and definitely my first paper automata. (after pushing on the head, raises his hands)

So this is a nice memory and addition to my collection of paper automatas, because I don't know where the original Karel ended up ...

Since this is a memorial gluing, I added a few extra things. I added a table (free model from the internet) and a cake (free model - vTOM vystřihovánky) to the mat. A few photos:

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(PAPER AUTOMATA)

Author: Keisuke Saka

Source: https://creativepark.canon/en/contents/CNT-0030649/index.html

We have Easter here, so I glued another simple paper automata. It is quite a simple mechanism, the story is repeated 4 times per turn. I didn't modify the model, everything sat as always with Keisuke Sak's paper automatas....a few photos:

WOW! The rudders are moving like they would do in reality! GREAT JOB!Rowing Ashore

(PAPER AUTOMATA)

Source: AMAZING AUTOMATA PIRATES! (book)

Video:

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...the third paper automata from the book AMAZING AUTOMATA PIRATES!

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Where do you find these?

These look AMAZING!!!

Halloween paper automata

(PAPER AUTOMATA)

also this year I made some kind of scary automaton, actually two...

Pennywise

Source: etsy.com

Author: Keisuke Saka

A simple paper automata, after pressing the button the clown changes his facial expression.

Conservatory Coffin

Source: haunteddimensions.raykeim.com

Author: Ray Keim

A simple paper automata, after pressing the button, the lid of the coffin is raised.

That is so cool!

That is just adorable! It looks like she is wiping the floor!

(PAPER AUTOMATA)

Author: Keith Newstead

Source: Model Shop - printed model from the Automata Collection series

Video:

We got some snow so I taped together this paper automata by Keith Newstead. It's a shame that this author doesn't create much from paper anymore, his machines are unreal. Anyone interested can check out his website. (https://www.keithnewsteadautomata.com/my-work/)

I managed to get this paper automata in printed form, the parts were pre-cut, so all I had to do was retouch and glue. The range was 3.5 pages plus pictorial instructions. The finished machine works nicely. A few photos:

(PAPER AUTOMATA)

Author: Katsuyuki Shiga (Pinoart)

Source: https://creativepark.canon/en/contents/CNT-0010555/index.html

Video:

We recently had Valentine's Day, so I put together this themed kissing doll paper automata. This paper automata can be downloaded from the Canon website. (11 pages with parts/ 4 pages with picture instructions). I printed it reduced by 1/3 (I printed 2 pages on one). The paper automata works quite well, but it is quite difficult to balance the heads of the dolls (I helped myself with a piece of lead), because the heads are only loosely placed on the torso. It could have been balanced better, but I didn't have the nerve for it anymore... A few photos:

So very cute!