Take Two Tuesdays: How To Make a Paper (Blank) Make Itself

Welcome! Welcome! Welcome! I’m Timothy Scott Purvis and this is another week of Take Two Tuesdays where I showcase some of my old videos! This week’s offering is a good one, if I do say so myself. This is a series I had started but never finished. Something that I really need to change. Might be good to jump back into animations with a reboot of this particular series. It was going to be all about showing off some origami and paper folding objects. It’s based off a little video I did back in 2007 or 2008 called How to Make a Paper Frog Make Itself. Of course, I kept having idiots say that a paper such and such doesn’t make itself. Which, yeah, duh. Why would you literally expect it to make itself? Weirdos. This is why there is an intro that points to such a thing being ridiculous.

Anyhow, these are the first two entries of How To Make A Paper (Blank) Make Itself with the original inspiration right behind them. I will attempt to add more in the future and see where we go from there. But, in the meantime, thanks for watching and catch you all on the flip side!

Episode One: Paper Glider

The first episode of a new series that never went farther than two episodes.

Episode Two: Paper Jet #1

The second episode of my defunct series that I think I’ll take up again soon!

And, without further ado, the original inspiration for all of this:

Yup. It’s a Paper Frog. I might remake this sometime.

Alright, there you go. Hope you enjoyed these videos and thanks for watching! See you again next week with some other old videos for your viewing pleasure!

~Timothy S Purvis

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