EBpunx officially announced

July 11, 2008

EBpunx, the Earthbound meets Boxpunx collaboration has been outed. For those who may not know (and I’m totally clueless as to how you found your way here, if that’s the case) EarthBound is a wonderful RPG released back in 1995 for the SNES. The game was not as well received initially, but its quirky sense of humor, amazing musical score, and uncommon charm helped develop a cult-classic following over the years.

Jason over at his site Harlancore has created this lovely promotional poster for the series, and I believe he’ll be taking care of the textual work for the promotional stuff on the final set. The only model shown there is Ness, whom would obviously be included anyway.

As of right now, twelve models are planned for the series to fall in line with the rest of the boxpunx format.

I’d like to keep the remaining 11 characters a secret for now… If it takes me longer than I have calculated to finish the series, I might release a few more characters, but ultimately I want to be completely finished with everyone before the printable models are released. Nevertheless, I will occasionally update this site with progressy stuff.

That’s all for now 😀

(hold the) intro

July 10, 2008

Ahh. So here is where I hope to post some of the work I do in the way of paper crafts. I got into these things a short time ago, and was smitten with Cubeecraft. After making a few models on the site, I tried my hand at designing my own model using Chris’ template. Lucas and Claus were found to be cool enough to get posted on there, and that boosted morale on this end, spurring more and more designs as time went on.  Chris introduced me to boxpunx from Harlancore, and that has since inspired me to create a themed set of boxpunx of my own.

So in summary, I’m a guy who makes paper crafts, but doesn’t use his own model designs….Everything I’ve done to this point has been using or a modification of one or more of the many AWESOME designs available on both those sites.  I can’t stress more that designs I’ve come up with would have NEVER EXISTED EVER if it wasn’t for these fantastic artists. Their devotion and passion for their (paper) craft is quite inspiring.

Anyhoo, as this would be the first post here, I’d like to formally apologize to anyone who may (or may not) ever read this stuff, as I am terrible at writing and conveying speech/thoughts through text.