Building 'The Bull' - a low poly papercraft sculpture from PaperHen

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    A short video in our series of how to assemble low poly papercraft models from PaperHen.

    This one is for 'The Bull', a sculpture inspired by the famous Bull and Bear sculptures located outside the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Germany.
    NOTE: the video assumes that you already have the pattern for this project and that you want to see how to assemble it.

    The video won't be much use to you otherwise! See the link below if you want to buy the pattern for a few dollars.

    The model when built is approximately 26cm x 45cm x 16cm (height,length,width).
    The video shows the actual pattern so you can relate the assembly and the part to use at any point in time.
    If you're new to papercraft and want to learn more about the basic techniques of cutting out, scoring and folding as well as gluing and assembly then check out our 'Basic Techniques' video.

    The sculpture comes in the form of a pattern/template which you cut out from card and glue together.

    You can use cardstock or recycled card and school glue.

    It's really easy to assemble and looks great.

    For more details see:

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