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Tips and Tools for Building Paper Pseudoglobes

Some tools and supplies

Scissors and glue are all you need, but a few extra tools may help at (A) scoring (B) cutting (C) gluing (D) support (E) guidance and (F) touching edges up

Papercraft, the creation of three-dimensional objects by gluing folded pieces of paper or cardboard, has produced impressive models, ranging from realistically detailed spacecraft to cute anime characters. Polyhedral pseudoglobes are fairly simple subjects for paper: relatively large faces, usually a single part, no curved edges or surfaces. Even so, a few hints could help the beginner:
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