Sunday, November 1, 2009

CXV 25



More robotic design from me! I got this shape by playing around with grids and 45degree angle line, resulting a very geometric flow. My random story that comes with this design is:

CXV is the 115th model of the Crawling Xeno Vehicle developed from the foreign technology left by the Great Flying Spaghetti Monster. Combining foreign technology with ours, human started to create many CXV customs with special purposes. By the end of the 25th century CXV become the most iconic machine which can be seen every where from battle field to agricultural field, from rock concert stage to political stage. The nano technology also make the much smaller CXV become a little helper on your kitchen table or even surgical table too...

The one that you see here a standard CXV custom for the army.

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8 comments:

[mck] said...

That is an awesome model..

Anonymous said...

nice story

Jason said...

Love the story! And the size of the toy. I have this downloaded and its on my waiting list!

Anonymous said...

hi ! this is badass ! just discovered paper models, i'd like t make this one. what size should it be ?

Anonymous said...

a4 size would be fine

Curtis Chorizali said...

great job! :)

George McKnight said...

Had a go building this a couple of weeks ago, and it turned out great, so thanks for that.
You can view it on Nice Paper Toys: http://www.nicepapertoys.com/photo/cxv-25?context=user

Saltnpaper said...

Thanks guys! Do you think I should make more robotic stuff?

Actually CXV would be much cooler (and easier) if you print it in A3 size ;)