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Poseable T.Rex to Download and Make

£2.50

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A Poseable Paper T.Rex to download and make. The finished model has moveable arms and legs as well as a head that moves up and down and an opening mouth full of slightly terrifying teeth.

The download comes complete with three different colour T.Rexes and one for you to colour with your own design. The project is free for members. Non-members can download the parts for £2.50


Print the dinosaur parts onto thin card (230 micron / 67lb) Notice that in the colour versions sheet two is printed on both sides. Print out the front, flip the card and return it to your printer to print out the back. Smaller T.Rexes can be made by printing out at a reduced scale. The young one above is printed at 71% normal size.

Score along the dotted and dashed lines and carefully cut out the holes before cutting out the pieces.


Glue together the four parts of the body carefully lining up all the edges.


Lift the tabs on the rear legs before folding the card in half and gluing it down to make double thickness card.

Carefully cut out both legs.


Glue the leg tabs to the feet. Notice the leg at the ankle slopes back a little. Use this to make sure you have the feet facing the correct way.


Fold up the tabs on the forearms before folding the piece in half and gluing it down. Cut out the forearms. Careful not to cut off the tabs!


Thread the hind leg tabs through the appropriate hole in the body. Glue one of the larger caps to the leg tabs. Make sure you don’t get any glue on the inside of the body. A coffee stirring stick is useful for applying glue.

Move the leg as the glue dries to make sure that it is not sticking to the body.


Repeat the same process with the remaining three limbs.


Glue together the head.

Glue the two head inners into place with the tabs sticking out as shown.


Assemble the jaw.

Gently curve the tongue using a round pencil.


Assemble the tongue support.


Glue the tongue support into the mouth lining it up with the back of the jaw.

Glue the tongue to the tongue support. (Use tweezers to help) The tip of the tongue should be just in line with the end of the jaw.


Fit the head to the holes in the top of the body.


Fit the jaw onto the same tabs and glue the last of the caps to the tabs making sure that everything is free to move as the glue dries.


Glue on the eye.


And there it is. The most fearsome of the paper predators!

Try printing them out at different scales to make a family.

8 reviews for T.Rex

  • Hugo Leonardo got the first

    Hugo Leonardo got the first one 🙂

  • just finished making

    just finished making mine.everything moves very well and a fun little paper toy.and if anyone likes doing stop motion animation it would be great to make a movie with.but anyways everything works great on mine and it looks very cute and didnt take long to make either.great job rob 

    Fantastic! That was quick 🙂 Stop motion sounds like a great idea! – RI

  • You have out done yourself

    You have out done yourself again! How do you keep doing that?

    😉 – RI

  • The Dino family I built a

    The Dino family I built a scale of 1.5:1, 1:1 and 1:2. The pattern for the large model with the setting (Poster 2-fold), printed twice. First, the structure of the skin, second, the contours. The little dinosaur is fully articulated. Thanks Rob for the idea and nice design.
    Michael
     

  • Two fotos:

    Michael

    Two fotos:

    Michael

    • It looks like a scene from

      It looks like a scene from Land of the Lost!

  • My T. Rex in front of a

    My T. Rex in front of a rival.

    Mario.

    Brilliant! Thanks for posting! – RI

  • When I first saw this chap, I

    When I first saw this chap, I just *knew* a time would come when there'd be need of an army of these for kids.  A friend's son will be having a dino-themed birthday party this month.  My time is now dedicated to making enough Rexes for all attending.  Going to be a lot of happy kids at that party!  Thank you, as always, for your wonderful work, Rob.  You make soooooo many people happy.  (But you already knew that, I hope!)

    Very best wishes,

    Linda

    Wow, fantastic Linda! Do take a photo of the massed Rexes won’t you ?! – RI

  • Hi Rob,
    I really love your

    Hi Rob,

    I really love your models on the download site, the flying pig site, and the brother site.  One of the models that I want to build is the T- rex model from the flying pig site, but it is out of stock.  Is there any way that it will be in stock soon? 

    thanks!

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8 reviews for T.Rex

  • Hugo Leonardo got the first

    Hugo Leonardo got the first one 🙂

  • just finished making

    just finished making mine.everything moves very well and a fun little paper toy.and if anyone likes doing stop motion animation it would be great to make a movie with.but anyways everything works great on mine and it looks very cute and didnt take long to make either.great job rob 

    Fantastic! That was quick 🙂 Stop motion sounds like a great idea! – RI

  • You have out done yourself

    You have out done yourself again! How do you keep doing that?

    😉 – RI

  • The Dino family I built a

    The Dino family I built a scale of 1.5:1, 1:1 and 1:2. The pattern for the large model with the setting (Poster 2-fold), printed twice. First, the structure of the skin, second, the contours. The little dinosaur is fully articulated. Thanks Rob for the idea and nice design.
    Michael
     

  • Two fotos:

    Michael

    Two fotos:

    Michael

    • It looks like a scene from

      It looks like a scene from Land of the Lost!

  • My T. Rex in front of a

    My T. Rex in front of a rival.

    Mario.

    Brilliant! Thanks for posting! – RI

  • When I first saw this chap, I

    When I first saw this chap, I just *knew* a time would come when there'd be need of an army of these for kids.  A friend's son will be having a dino-themed birthday party this month.  My time is now dedicated to making enough Rexes for all attending.  Going to be a lot of happy kids at that party!  Thank you, as always, for your wonderful work, Rob.  You make soooooo many people happy.  (But you already knew that, I hope!)

    Very best wishes,

    Linda

    Wow, fantastic Linda! Do take a photo of the massed Rexes won’t you ?! – RI

  • Hi Rob,
    I really love your

    Hi Rob,

    I really love your models on the download site, the flying pig site, and the brother site.  One of the models that I want to build is the T- rex model from the flying pig site, but it is out of stock.  Is there any way that it will be in stock soon? 

    thanks!

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