A copy of Tesla Cybertruck can be made of paperDecember 21, 2019
All you need is a printer, scissors and stationery glue.
The extravagant pickup Tesla Cybertruck will not be available for sale until 2021, but for now you can make its scale model out of paper.
For those who do not want to spend money on the purchase of large-scale car models, which can be quite expensive, there is a very interesting idea. A site called FoldUpToys.com offers to independently make them out of paper using simple improvised tools like scissors and stationery glue. The models were developed by graphic designer Alex Gwynn, who puts out templates for independent cutting and gluing in free access. A hot novelty in the list of models is the futuristic Tesla Cybertruck pickup truck, whose angular shapes are perhaps the best suited for folding paper.
Of course, the paper Cybertruck is not an exact copy of a full-size pickup, but it accurately conveys some details like a massive windshield, a large cargo compartment lid and brutal wheels. To make a Cybertrack toy, you just need to download and print a template, and then bend the paper along the dashed lines and apply glue in the right places. For best results, we recommend paper with a density of 250 grams per square meter.
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