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Papercraft - Basically the opposite of origami; any 3d object that has been cut, torn, glued and/or taped. Currently divided into several sub-categories:
. . . Papercraft - Animals & Nature - Plants, cats, dinosaurs, etc. Note: Pokémon don't go here, they belong in the "Video Games" category.
. . . Papercraft - Figures - Somewhat of an evolutionary leftover, the "Figures" category is generally for personified objects (people, cartoon characters, etc.), like a Lego pirate, deviantArt's icon, or a modeling skeleton. There are plenty of submissions in there that also fit in the "TV, Movies & Anime" or "Video Games" categories too, so try not to use this if your submission is better suited to one of the others.
. . . Papercraft - Mechs & Robots - Machines! Giant robots, mechanical armor, floating eyeballs and the like.
. . . Papercraft - Miscellaneous - Any papercraft that doesn't fit the other sub-categories, like a can of soup, a guitar, or a pile of hundred dollar bills.
. . . Papercraft - TV, Movies & Anime - Props from movies, cartoon characters, anything that fits this general vein.
. . . Papercraft - Vehicles - Boats, planes, motorcycles, anything you can ride (and no, that's not a euphemism).
. . . Papercraft - Video Games - Anything game-related; a creeper from Minecraft, a mini-GameBoy Color, or even the N64 Logo.
. . . Papercraft - Weaponry - Katanas, guns, bombs, anything you can maim or kill with.
Cubeecraft - While they are technically papercrafts, they are distinct in their simplicity. Generally speaking, they are objects composed only of cubes/boxes: Ex 1, Ex 2, & Ex 3
Chibicraft - A variant of Cubeecrafts (see above). They are distinguishable from Cubee's by their anime-style and (typically) increased complexity: Ex 1 & Ex 2.
Origami - Any 3d object made of paper that hasn't been cut, torn, glued, or taped. Currently divided into three sub-categories:
. . . Origami - Modular - Several instances of the same simple shape are fit or taped together to form a more complex structure; such as a Star, a Swan, or a Spherical Polyhedron.
. . . Origami - Stars 'n Cranes - Stars and Cranes are the two most commonly submitted types of papercraft we receive, thus they have their own sub gallery.
. . . Origami - Everything Else - Self-explanatory; everything that fits the above definition of origami, but isn't a Star or Crane; such as Origami Earrings or Paper Boats.
Paper Children - 2d characters drawn in a way that once they are cut out and held or propped at a certain angle, they look like they are interacting with our 3d world: Ex 1, Ex 2, & Ex 3
Quilled Art - Items made using of strips of paper that are rolled, shaped, and glued together, creating decorative designs; examples include a Quilled Bunny or Flower Earrings.
Bookmarks, Book Covers, 'n Cards - A gallery for anything book-related: Ex 1, Ex 2, & Ex 3.
Tutorials - Guides for any paper-related craft, whether it's a complete start-to-finish set of instructions or only a small piece of the total work.
Everything Else - Anything made of paper that doesn't fit into one of the above categories. (Note: with the exception of "paper children", paintings, drawings and photography shouldn't be submitted to this group.) Typical examples include, but are not limited to, books, pop-ups and stencils. This may change if enough of a type is collected to merit the creation of its own category.
Holidays & Events - Anything that fits into one of the above categories can also go here, provided it's relevant to a current or upcoming holiday or PC-C sponsored event.
When a submission can fit into multiple categories, for example a spaceship from a movie that fits both the "TV, Movies, & Anime" AND the "Vehicles" categories, you can choose to submit multiple times (once to each applicable category), or if you only submit to one, we'll likely copy it to any other relevant galleries eventually.
If there is any confusion as to where your submission should go, use your best judgment, and we'll continue to do our best to keep things organized.
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