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Build 3-D Papercraft Terrains: Minecraft Style

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Some gamers need a Railgun, others choose an M1A1, most seem to desire an Energy Sword...but what we need is a pickaxe! That's right, our current favorite diversion from lab work is Minecraft. We didn't want the fun to stop on the screen, so we created giant, 3-D, papercraft Minecraft terrains on our walls and show you how to build your own. Enjoy.

NOTE: "Minecraft" is a trademark of Notch Development AB. The Minecraft block graphics are Copyright © Mojang AB. Laboratory 424 is not affiliated with, nor endorsed by Mojang AB.

This instructible shows you how to build giant 3-D Minecraft terrains on your wall using simple, raised papercraft panels. The papercraft panels use a modified version of our Panel Poster panels. They are fast to build, no glue is needed, and are easy to install and remove using our non-permanent adhesive blocks.

Buy scoring, assembly, and mounting materials to build your own terrains.

Here's a 7:47 minute video showing you how to build and install a panel for a similar project, Giant 3D Papercraft Space Invaders. The process is identical with these 2 exceptions:

  1. Before you fold the panel, flip the panel over (picture side down).
  2. Install the tape strips after you fold. This helps you align the strips to the score lines.

 
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Step 1: Get Tools and Materials


Step 2: Design

Measure the area you are installing on. Each panel is 2x2 inches (5.08x5.08 cm), so divide your width and length measurements by 2 (or 5.08) to get the maximum number of blocks you'll need in both directions. Now fire up Minecraft and make your epic terrain.
vaouch_grad3 months ago

this is a great Idea for refrigerator magnets.

Zihalia11 months ago
Really good idea! I'm trying to think of cheap ways to decorate my apartment and this is perfect! The only mistake I see is that you made the walls/ceiling of the spawner Mossy Cobble, when they're supposed to be regular Cobble. :)
ladylissa11 months ago
I love this idea!!! Thank you!
Very cool. My kids would love to live in their own Minecraft worlds!
that is really awesome
Hiyadudez1 year ago
Awesome, nice job!