Here are two kart paper models from the mario racing game series "Mario Kart", they are Donkey Kong's Kart and Rosalina's Kart. The papercrafts are designed by CCPapercrafts. Mario Kart is a series of go-kart-style racing video games developed and published by Nintendo as a series of spin-offs from its trademark Super Mario series of video games. The first in the series, Super Mario Kart, was launched in 1992 on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System to critical and commercial success.
To date, there have been four Mario Kart games for home consoles, three portable games, and two Namco co-developed arcade games, giving a total of nine Mario Kart games. The seventh and most recent game of the Mario Kart series on Nintendo systems is Mario Kart 7.
In the Mario Kart series, players compete in go-kart races, controlling one of a selection of characters from the Mario video game franchise. One of the features of the series is the use of various power-up items obtained by driving into item boxes laid out on the course. These power-ups include mushrooms to give players a speed boost, Koopa Shells to be thrown at opponents, and banana peels that can be laid on the track as hazards. The type of weapon received from an item box is random and often influenced by the player's position in the race. For example, players lagging far behind may receive more powerful items while the leader will only receive small defensive items. This gameplay mechanic - called "rubber banding" - allows other players or computers a realistic chance to catch up to the lead player no matter how far ahead they are. Also in this series, there are special boosts at the start of the race known as rocket starts, which will give racers an early lead when the signal light turns green. This technique upgrades to a Double Dash!! in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!, which requires both members of the team to perform the speed boost.
When he's not making jungle music with his bongos, Donkey Kong likes nothing better than a day at the races. His speed and drift ability are his best features but DK's weight is what lets him down. But have you ever tried asking an ape to diet? Donkey Kong was originally called Donkey Kong Jr., but he is now known as Donkey Kong ever since he grew up.
Rosalina is an unlockable character in Mario Kart Wii and she was introduced into the series in Super Mario Galaxy.
Rosalina is not very difficult to unlock if you have Super Mario Galaxy; but if you don't, unlocking her is very hard. If you don't have Super Mario Galaxy, you must get 1 star in all 8 Mirror Mode Cups. When in a kart, she wears her normal dress from Super Mario Galaxy. If you pick her and a bike, she wears a biker suit like Daisy and Peach. Rosalina + Wario Bike is a great combo. Another good combination for Rosalina is the Shooting Star. She is shown with a Luma flying around her when racing or doing anything in the game. She is at the bottom of the menu page, between King Boo and Funky Kong. All the color schemes for her karts and bikes are usually a sea-foam green or turquoise color, but with some karts and bikes she has some purple and yellow stripes. When in single player mode, Rosalina is one of the top-placed players in the race since she has advantages in a lot of the statistics. She loves stars and she is very tall.
You can download these two paper models here: Mario Kart - Donkey Kong and Rosalina Kart Free Paper Models Download