My first toy!
Bilpojken, Car-Boy, is a character from the sharp pen of Max Andersson. I have been a fan of Max Anderssons dark universe for years and I've read loads of his comics and seen several of his films.
Bilpojken, Car-Boy; is an ordinary boy who lives with his parents, the only unusual thing about him as that his head is shaped like an old car. On the other hand o is his friends heads, Tractor Girl and Wreck Boy.

Bilpojken, Car-Boy, the comic and the papertoy.

I have permission from Max Andersson to use his character for non-commercial use so feel free to grab a free toy!
While you build it have a looksie on Max Anderssons film Spikbebis (Nailbaby).

Download this toy at my new homepage:



The joy of being a sloydteacher is, with exception of all my nice students, the machinery!
I have access to a load of good machines and tools.
Some of my worktime goes to maintence, but that's just fun!




I love skulls! When I was a kid I drew skulls and when I grew up I bought t-shirts with skulls.
Now I'm 40 and got a skull tattooed on my shoulder and I still draw skulls.
Of course I made some skulls...
Here's a few.

Silver, painted wood, lambbone


Why just make one?

I was taking the bike to work, bicycle not Harley, and listened to a cool band on Spotify.
This cool band have a cool name, so I got an idea for a cool papertoy!
Now I have four different toyprojects and two customs going on at the same time...

While you wait for some goodies to download, guess what band inspired me to the newest project, comment below.

Guess what band!


A face only a mother could love?

Yesterday I started skinning Stomper.
Found some cool pictures of attackhelicopters that had nice colors and details and I like photoshop!
The head/body part turned out really nice, now for the legs.. Theire tricky with all the strange angles, but I think Stomper's gonna be a cool toy!

Of course I will post links to the templates so you can build your own Stomper when I'm done!

The head/body


The mighty Shin.

In 2010 I was attending the Kimono Fusion exhibition at Världskulturmuséet in Gothenburg. It was a really nice exhibit where I first saw the works of Shin Tanaka.
I tell you, it was love at first sight and when I came home I googled Shin and discovered the world of papertoys.
Here's some of my Shin builds, all but the Masked Hoody (the blue guy) is built by me. The Hoody is built by my 6-years old daughter.

Some from my collection.
Pics from Kimono Fusion.


Plane and cars.

I really like making toys!
I've made toys for all my kids and they loved it.
The tractors steeringwheel works.

Sportscar, Tractor with trailer
Hotrod, Bigfoot


Tvättlapposaurusen (the Carelabelosaur)

When we waited for our smallest I knitted a toy for the baby.
Since this was our third kid I noticed that babies often are interrested in care labels on toys, so I made the Tvättlapposaurus ( Care-label-osaurus)
Today my sisterinlaws kid tried it, it still works!

Tasting the Carelabelosaur.
Knitted toy
Hi! I got funny carelabels, love me!


Tougher than thou!

Gotta show you my mittens. Thei're not new. It was a hole in one finger so I cut all the fingers and made some  cross-stitch embroderies.

Love/Hate mittens

Howl's Moving Castle

Howl's Moving Castle
No, I didn't make this amazing papermodel. It's just so cool that I have to post it.
For you who aren't familiar with the castle, it's a model from the film with the same name (Howl's Moving Castle) by Hayao Miyazaki. It just happens to be one of my favourite Miyazaki films..
The model is from a book, now out of print, from Kodansha.
Copies of it can sometimes be found on eBay.

How long it takes to build it?? About 4 minutes and 46 seconds on YouTube, but a couple of weeks I guess..
The coolest part is that it's also an automata with moving parts, like the mouth and turrets.

There are scans of this book floating around the net, it's a bundle of 70 pages.
Yes I have it, yes I will build it...


Stomper MkI

Sketching on a new papertoy..
I looove robots!
Stomper MKI first sketch.

Got wood?

The amazing papercrafter Nick Knite have made a cool model, the Mecha Bunny.
I made a custom version in wood.
The body is made of aged birch, the legs and head of alder and the ears of plywood.

Link to a bigger post on Nice Paper Toys: here!

Mechabunny Wood


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