Yeah, I know some people will be disappointed with the lack of complexity in this one. I don't think making simple papercrafts makes me lazy, nor do I do it just because it's easier. Where would the world of papercraft be if there were nothing for beginners to start with? Or if there simply wasn't much diversity in simple crafts, and beginners couldn't find one to motivate them to start? Yeah, they're no where near as impressive as others... But it's hard to please everyone. Imppossible, even.
Gah. Sorry. Not been feeling very confident lately.
One of the major things that came up in feedback about my 3D sprites papercraft series was that people were put off from building by the complexity and assuming it would be fiddly. This is my response, a 3D version of the dungeon compass from the first Legend of Zelda game. At just one page and only 3 parts, also no need for tweezers, no complaints about fiddly-ness, please!
More complex 3D sprites also coming soon, shrooms and Koopa Troopas and some Zelda enemies.
To scale with all my other 3D sprites (in terms of 1 pixel = a cube approximately 1cm²).
Will be released on october 22nd or 29th or November 5th or 12th, based on some random decisions I haven't made yet.
EDIT: Released! Download the template here: [link]