DIY Papercraft Sloth
The Flikli team has recently been experimenting with papercraft figures and low-poly 3D design. Inspired by both, this month Kati from the animation team designed and created an unfolded pattern of a 3D sloth mask.
Her process involved modeling a low-poly 3D sloth head in Cinema 4D,
and then converting it into a foldable template using free downloadable Pepakura software.
If you’ve always wanted to make your own sloth head, today is your lucky day. You can download and print the instructions and parts here: Crazy_Sloth
But be warned! Once Kati designed the masks we started seeing sloths everywhere in the office.
Suddenly there were sloths in the morning…
Sloths at work…
Sloths just slothin’ like they do…
Even our office plant got slothed!
in Content Lab
on 6 February 2015
Jill of all trades and enthusiastic latte artist. Réka has redonned her Hungarian hat and set up shop in Eastern Europe to soak in the trademark kitsch and grunge...and to give the world a big bay window into Flikli life. In the off hours she produces some strings of words that rarely peek their heads out, and plays with pretty pictures on Tumblr. You can find real-time Reka on Google+