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Link Suggested to me after seeing these I make them a KBE! Sounds like a blast to me! Here's the skinny, first of all, (from my post in the FANART discussion):

So I have finally finished my next bit of fanart... RhettandLink Fold-A-Figures! Allow me to explain...

I originally created the Fold-A-Figures as a way to sell "action figures" of the characters in my comic book at comic-book conventions without actually paying the huge amount of money to make them in the traditional sense... these figures are printed out onto cardstock, the pieces cut out, folded, glued, and voila! Semi-poseable action figures!

I decided to create Fold-A-Figure versions of RhettandLink and post them so that you mythical beasts can create your own mini R&Ls! Go ahead and color 'em too! (I do the whole thing by hand... if any of my instructions are unclear or illegible please let me know and I'll try and clarify 'em for ya! Be sure to adjust your printers to print 'em at 81/2 by 11 unless you want REALLY big figures) And a special thanks to the kommunity members whose Mythical Beasts make a cameo in the instruction sheet... now, I realize these are a little labor intensive, but with a little hard work and a fair amount of glue, I hope you'll agree the hard work is worth it! Have fun and be beastly, everybody!


So let's see some photos of finished Fold-A-Figures! Heck, go crazy! What about some stop motion Fold-A-Figure Rhett and Link videos? Get busy folding you kreative Mythical beasts, you! (don't forget to tag your entries as" foldafigure kbe"!)

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@mel
hilarious. my hair is slicked back.
post this to your "photos" so we can feature it on the Komm. and then put the URL here (i think that works better than clicking the camera icon when posting a reply).
@ Link: the first figure/photo was really a rough draft (you down with OCD?)...sorry "you" were the subject of it...

But here's the, er, link to the photo:

http://rhettandlink.ning.com/photo/blurry-link-take-1?context=album...
I'm working on a Rhett but going a little bit bigger. I've got fingers the size of sausages so bigger should make it easier.
By geeze, I done it.
I almost gave up after a couple of Captain Morgan Eggnogs.

http://rhettandlink.ning.com/photo/rhett-foldafigure?context=user
Corey,
What was the intended method of attaching the foot to the pants?
I glued the sides of the pants to the shoes and swung the round tab to the bottom of the shoe and glued it there, then trimmed the tab to the outline of the shoe.
Good job doing all that hard work! Those shoes... I usually put a bit of glue on the bottms and slide them into the leg holes and glue to the interior of the lower leg's bottom and trim... as you described, you smart foldafigure folder you! Awesome job!

Bob Caron said:
Corey,
What was the intended method of attaching the foot to the pants?
I glued the sides of the pants to the shoes and swung the round tab to the bottom of the shoe and glued it there, then trimmed the tab to the outline of the shoe.
I love this idea. I'd like to this with other things too, like as gifts! Thanks!
dang, these are hard to make
Things worth doing are seldom easy... hope you stick with it and enjoy the end results!

Joey chewbaquatch said:
dang, these are hard to make
no way!!! We want Rhett & Link dolls for Christmas so my kids can re-enact their favorite videos. In fact we might just have to make our own spoof, because I think my boys could be made up into jr sized Rhett and Link =) (maybe next Halloween)
Here are the guys together on my computer. Still blurry...I think the doomseed may have activated in my digital camera. *mope*


http://rhettandlink.ning.com/photo/3-minis?context=user
I feel like this will be an extremely distracting activity next time I have something "important" like school work to do = right now.

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