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And here is a Crow to go with Servo

Paper Marks Quilling

Crow T. Robot is installment #2 in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 3-D bots project and my second attempt at any 3-D quilling project.  There was a lot of trial and error but it turned out really well.  I would make a few changes on a second attempt, including making the base in black, but I am very happy with the outcome.

Quilled Crow T. Robot MST3K

In this picture you can see his eyes on the paper behind the body and both of his arms partially assembled.

Quilled Crow T. Robot MST3K

It was 2:00am and everything was done but the headdress.

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I assembled the headdress (hockey mask) this morning before attaching it to Crow.

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All Done.

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Construction of Crow took about 18 hours and assembly required 403 inches (33.6 feet) of paper cut to 1/8 inch 1/16 inch and 1/24 inch width.

Crow is 2.75 inches tall, Servo was 1.75 inches tall — you can see my post…

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