Below you see the end result – how the toy will look when you’ve completed all the folding.
Just follow the instructions in this PDF document.
It’s not too complicated to complete this paper toy. All you need is a printer (preferably color,) a pair of scissors and some glue. Patience is of course an advantage, plus steady hands.
The text in the PDF template is in French, but it shouldn’t be a problem. The only thing you need to know is that you put glue on the areas marked “Coller” and cut where it says “Couper.”
Our slot machine is designed by the legendary paper-toy maker Tougui.
Tougui has created hundreds of paper toys, many available on paper-toy sites across the web. And even if he can’t make a living out of folding paper yet, he says that he has earned quite a lot of money from this hobby.
Tougui gets a lot of inspiration from street art and most of his pieces are truly amazing.
He has for instance created a paper figure of the famous snowboarder Shaun White, which became a lot more popular than the actual object.
Now Tougui has made this slot machine/robot for us, which we’re very happy about.