Game of Thrones Cardboard Art

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I always wanted to make something from Game of Thrones to decorate my room. I decided to make this cardboard wall decoration because I hadn't a lot of tools and materials.

Step 1: Tools and Materials

You don't need a lot of tools or materials. You only need some cardboard, a pencil, an eraser, a ruler, a knife and a lot of drawing talent or a computer, printer and a pair of scissors to make a template

Step 2: Step 1

First choose a picture you are going to use. I used the dragon from Game of Thrones but you can chose anything you want. Start by making a template and draw the picture you have chosen on the cardboard. Of course you can just draw something on the cardboard without the template.

Step 3: Step 2

Now cut through the top layer of the cardboard without cutting in the waves of the cardboard. You better start by practicing it on a small piece.

Step 4: Step 3

Peel away the top layer without damaging the waves and bottom layer. I noticed it goes smoother when you help it come off with a knife.

Step 5: Step 4

Remove all small pieces of cardboard and clean up the waves to make it look more finished.

Step 6: Finishing

Cut out your figure in a smaller shape if you haven't done it already.

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bcihlar

2 years ago

great idea I luv how this community encourages creativity then sparks more. I am going to try and use this idea to fill in the cut out with colored pouring medium then (use the idea of lights behind) after finishing the rest of cardboard with resin to make sturdy.

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twautersbcihlar

Reply 2 years ago

Cool! Good luck with your project!

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peperucho

3 years ago

Fantastico.Muy buena idea.

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NTT

3 years ago

You've missed the last and most crucial step! Attach LEDS to the top and bottom to illuminate through the holes/corregations and thus the piece you cut away!

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wold630

3 years ago

Cool technique! Great job!