PUMA States/Suede/Clyde urban paper sneaker – part2

Today I present: PUMA States/Suede/Clyde Urban paper sneaker

Want to read more about the process visit this blog post or this one.

Because a picture says more than a thousand words:

Paperkraft fans will recognise the logo: this is a paper sneaker made for Ron Rementilla from Paperkraft.blogspot.com.
He has written about my PUMA First round papertoy and suggested that people who wanted a template should leave a comment…. And Ron mentioned that he wanted one too…. I’m sure that he didn’t mean this, but I needed to create a skin for this model and thought it would be a nice gesture to thank Ron.

You can download the file for the PUMA – Paperkraft – Urban paper sneaker here:

The .ZIP file contains a .PDF
(You can use freeware like FilZip or 7zip to extract a .ZIP-file and read a .PDF with Acrobat or Foxit)


But I know a lot of people want to customize this PUMA sneaker, so if you are interested in creating a custom paper sneaker you can download the Blank PUMA – States/Suede/Clyde – Urban paper sneaker here:

The .ZIP file contains a .PDF
(You can use freeware like FilZip or 7zip to extract a .ZIP-file and read a .PDF with Acrobat or Foxit)

If you like this, leave a comment. If you build one, show me a picture. If you customize one, … you get the picture ….

PUMA – states/suede/clyde – urban paper sneaker

As I mentioned before: I always wanted to do a papertoy sneaker.

When I finished my first PUMA sneakers, and posted it on NPT (Nice Paper Toy), some people mentioned that they liked the model but that there favorite PUMA sneaker is the states/suede/clyde.
I didn’t know that the PUMA states/suede/clyde is a b-boy classic.

So I couldn’t resist to make them too:

I don’t have a download link for this one, and no design yet….
But that will be fixed very soon.

PS.
The excellent Ron Rementilla from Paperkraft.blogspot.com has written about my PUMA First round papertoy (thx for that).
And suggested that readers who wanted a template, leave a comment….

Till now 10 people did and they have received the (WIP) templates…
I call the templates WIP because the instructions are not ready yet.
And because I wanted to make the PUMA clyde first, they are not ready yet.