This paper toy is the Krusty the Clown, based on the anime series The Simpsons, the papercraft is created by Toy a Day. Krusty the Clown, or simply Krusty, is the cynical, burnt out, addiction-riddled smoking clown host of Bart's and Lisa's favorite TV show, The Krusty the Clown Show.
Krusty the Clown has aqua-green hair in three tufts on the sides and top of his head, as well as a white face. He also wears a light purple short-sleeved shirt and lime green clown pants with red clown shoes, a light blue bow-tie and white gloves.
He has the same body and shape as Homer, which was frequently made light of in earlier episodes.
Herschel Krustofsky had Jewish parents, living with his father in the Jewish community. As a rabbi, his father heavily criticized his son's career choice as a comedian. Although this didn't stop Krusty, who continued to entertain people, although this plan fundamentally failed when his father came to one of his shows. After this event, his father stopped talking to him, and they didn't make contact until many years later.
Krusty is a hard-living entertainment veteran who has been down and out several times and remains addicted to cigarettes and alcohol. In his clown nose, there are drugs in there. He seems to suffer from bipolar disorder, and, in a Soupy Sales parody, asked children to send him spare lithium from their parent's medicine cabinets after the nuclear power plant cut off its prescription drug plan. He says that his tolerance levels are so high from years of excess he has to smoke ground-up "moon rocks" to get normal. Krusty - minus his trademark clown-hair, pale "facepaint" and red nose - bears an uncanny physical resemblance to Homer Simpson. However, there also differences such as his cow-skull birthmark, his superfluous third nipple, and his small feet. Krusty, like Homer, has apparently faced heart problems in the past as he currently has a pacemaker. The pacemaker has since permanently made his face white. He also seems to be disturbed at even the mere mention of someone having an affair, as when Homer tells Krusty the Clown that Apu was cheating on Manjula, he reacted quite opposite of what Homer expected by saying in a remorseful tone that it was sad, and feeling sorry for all of their kids. Krusty lives in his mansion in the upscale residential area of "Springfield Heights", which is also resided by Mob boss "Fat" Tony D'Amico and actor Troy McClure.
You can download the paper craft toy here: The Simpsons - Krusty the Clown Free Paper Toy Download