Crossy Road Chicken Made With Papercraft




Introduction: Crossy Road Chicken Made With Papercraft

About: I've always been a very creative person and a self confessed video gaming geek. I'm a husband, father, artist and blogger

In this awesome instructable I'll show you how I made a papercraft chicken from the popular mobile game Crossy Road.

Things you will need;

The printable papercraft templates can be downloaded here; Crossy Road Chicken Templates

Scissors, PVA glue, brush.

Step 1: Print Out the Templates

The templates can be downloaded from my blog. The printable templates come in three A4 sheets so be sure to download and print them all. They are also available in PDF format.

Step 2: Cut-out

Using scissors or a box cutting knife, whatever you're more comfortable with, cut out the templates designs.

Step 3: Folding the Parts

Now do all the folding of the parts. Pay particular attention to the feet and beak. Watch YouTube video if unsure.

Step 4: Glue and Assemble

Once you're happy and understand what each part is for, do all the gluing and bring your chicken to life. Again watch the YouTube video if unsure.

I've also make a wooden version of the Crossy Road Chicken here;




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    <3 'd, shared, followed .. Enter it in a contest n i will vote, too!!! Egg-cellent instructable!! Baahaahaabokbocbok!! HAAHAAHAA! Really well done!! Love the wooden version.. Too!!!


    3 years ago

    Wow, its a useful instructable. I slightly modified your templates and made this nonwoven fabric chicken. Can I share your templates on Weibo (Just like twitter in your country)?

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    Imagine HUMAN SIZED made out of cardboard, lolol.. That would be disturbingly cute! :-D

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    Imagine HUMAN SIZED made out of cardboard, lolol.. That would be disturbingly cute! :-D

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