The lights are on
The longer I look at the image above, the more I find myself thinking that it couldn't possibly be made out of paper. A quick glance at the images below confirms that sculptor Erik Schubach was able to create this vintage machine entirely out of paper. And look how adorable it is?
If you'd like to make your own papercraft Commodore 64, Erik has posted the pages and instructions on his blog right here. And if you want more classic gaming goodness from Erik, he's created a paper version of Milton Bradley's Microvision.
[via Papercraft World]
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Whoa, that's creative.
That is supercool, I want one! Guess I will have to figure out how to make it.
That is incredible.
That's unbelievable. The top image looks so real.
That is utterly amazing!
This guy is pretty good!
DOES IT WORK
The Things that gamers make astounds me...
Oh wow. That is incredible.
If only it was a cake.
if only it actually works........does it?
Dude I am 17 and i have my dads old commodore 64...they are the ***..i still play it just as much as my xbox!!!! I love programming tetris for 9 hours lol
Pretty impressive, such a cute little thing, lol.
cool i like that