Free Zombie Paper Craft: Print, Cut, Fold, Paste & Enjoy Some Free Zombie Paper Art Fun!

Looking for some free zombie papercraft fun? Zombie paper art is a great way to have some affordable, old fashioned zombie fun. Whether you need a fun rainy day activity to do with the kids, or something to keep you from going insane while boarded up in your safe house, these zombie paper art projects are sure to save the day. If you’re searching for some paper zombie models you’ll be glad you found this post!

What is papercraft or paper craft? Essentially it is the art of building three dimensional models out of paper,  card stock or similar materials. Add zombies to the mix and it gets even cooler!

Before we start, please keep in mind these zombie papercraft, zombie paper toy models, free zombie paper masks etc. are the hard work of some very talented graphic artists and illustrators. We’ve provided many links to the websites of the creators of these awesome zombie papercraft toys. Please take the time to visit their sites.

Some of them are able to offer these free zombie paper toys and crafts because they are selling something on their site. Many of these talented artists can even be commissioned to provide their services to you. Please take the time to support them. Visit their sites, buy something, or at least take a second to leave them a comment or drop them an email to say thanks.

 

1. The Zombiefie Six:

UPDATE – 4/29/2016 It appears the ThunderPanda.com website is either offline or being reformatted. Unfortunately we no longer have a working link to the 6 adorable zombie creatures depicted immediately below. We’ll leave these listed for future reference . We hope to update the post in the future if the site returns.

UPDATE – 4/17/2018: It’s been nearly two years since our last update. ThungerPanada.com appears to remain offline and is no longer accessible. We have all template files except one. We’ve uploaded our copies and you can view them below.

Zombiefie Six Free Zombie Papercraft

The Zombiefie Six – Files were originally available for free download at http://thunderpanda.com/thezombiefiesix/

These six zombie paper figures are sure to please zombie fans of all ages. Leave them in the cool black and white color scheme or color them as you see fit. Patterns for these zombie figures are available for free download in PDF and JPEG image format. Thanks ThunderPanda.com!

 

2. Zombie Mask

Free zombie papercraft simple zombie paper mask

Free 3D Paper Zombie Mask – http://ravensblight.com/ZombieMask.html

Make this quick and easy zombie paper mask. This free zombie mask is sure to please young and old zombie fans alike.  Simply print the free PDF pattern using a color printer. (Heavy card stock works better than paper). Then follow the instructions to cut, fold and glue to make a free scary zombie mask! For more the pattern and instructions for this free zombie mask CLICK HERE.

 

3.  Free Zombie Paper Figures: the Monsters – Set Five Here is a set of three scary paper zombie figures that you can print and assemble easily.  Simply click the image below or link above to get your free zombie paper toy instructions and pattern. Then print the pattern out using a color printer and assemble via the included instructions. You can build you own horde of paper zombies!

free zombie papercraft models crude basic free zombie paper models

Free Zombie Paper Monsters – http://www.ravensblight.com/monsters5.html

 

4. Free Zombie Paper Figures: The Monsters – Set Six

Zombie papercraft paper craft models 3 simple basic paper zombie models

http://www.ravensblight.com/monsters6.html

Check out three more cool zombie paper action figures. Simply print the pattern out using a color printer and assemble per the instructions provided! Too much free zombie toy fun!!!

 

5. Zombie George Papertoy

 

Free zombie George zombie papercraft

Model originally downloaded from http://www.marshallalexander.net/project.php?project=fatchunk

This awesome adorable zombie papertoy model comes from paper project genius and artist Marshall Alexander.  I’m not sure why we love this little guy so much. Maybe the huge thick rim glasses and the name George remind me of a certain godfather of the zombie movie genre? Click the image or link above to grab your free zombie paper toy template.  Marshall created these models specifically to fit the small pages of  Volume 1 and Volume 2 of the Fat Chunk comics.  In case you aren’t aware, each of these volumes is a collaboration of awesome art and printwork of various artists. Volume 1 is a robot theme and Fat Chunk Volume 2 is all about zombies!

UPDATE: 4/29/2016. Unfortunately this awesome papercraft toy resembling George Romero is no longer available for free download from the original author’s website.

UPDATE: 4/17/2018.  The original artist’s site, MarshallAlexander.net appears to be gone. The links here will now take you to our uploaded copy of the original file we downloaded for free many years back. Please see notes below.

We generally try to avoid hosting any of the downloadable template files here on our site. While doing so does make things easier for our visitors and readers, we try to encourage users to visit the original artist’s or creator’s website whenever possible. Unfortunately, that just isn’t possible in this case. The original site, and all alternative sources for this zombie papercraft model, have disappeared over the years. This file was originally offered to the public for free download. We still get many requests for updates on this particular piece. As a result we’ve chosen to upload our copy.

Unfortunately, if you’re dying to have this papercraft zombie model while still supporting the original artist, your options are limited. Your best bet is probably going to be purchasing the book Fat Chunk Volume 2: Zombies by Jamie Smart. This model is reportedly included within its pages. That likely won’t go far in supporting the author since the book, its website and the original publisher appear to be long gone as well.  The book itself is becoming harder to obtain since it was originally published back in 2009. If we find updated info on the original artist, or how to better support them for their efforts, we’ll update this post.

 

6. Zombie Cheerleader and Zombie Jock

zombie papercraft model free zombie jock and zombie cheerleader papercraft

http://tinymcdoodies.blogspot.com/2011/09/zombie-prom-2011-jock-cheerleader-now.html

These 2 awesome zombie paper toy creations were created by illustrator and graphic art extraordinaire Adam Steel. These zombie toys are a cute zombie cheerleader and zombie jock couple.  Now you can make this set of zombie prom king and queen using the free downloadable templates. CLICK HERE for the zombie jock template and CLICK HERE for the zombie cheerleader template.  Too cool! Adam has a few other cool zombie creations you’ll probably end up seeing featured on this page.

7. Zombie BFF Paper Toy

Zombie BFF Free Zombie Papercraft toy download

http://paperkraft.blogspot.com/2011/09/zombie-bff-paper-toy.html

This free zombie paper toy features a happy young girl riding on the shoulders of her zombie friend.  You can clearly tell these two are going to be best friends forever!  To download the free template for this zombie paper toy CLICK HERE.  This little zombie work of art was created by Cubeecraft guest artist Abi Braceros (aka Abz). Thanks to Abi, cubeecraft.com and paperkraft.blogspot.com for bringing this awesome free zombie papercraft to the masses.

8. Seated Cube Zombie – Free Zombie Papercraft

Free Zombie PaperCraft Model template pattern

Photo courtesy of Deviant Art Member Victor Vieira (http://wakabee.deviantart.com/#/d3itqgv)

This seated zombie papercraft has to be one of my favorite zombie paper toys to date. The sick details and gory exposed brain are just the right blend of realistic gore and cartoonish features! From the power rock wristbands to his Misfits t-shirt, you can tell this guy was a rocker in his living days.
This is an awesome collaboration by Brazilian artists Victor Negreiro and Julio Cesar. Click here for the free pattern to create this zombie work of art. Although I haven’t had time to build this masterpiece yet it does look a little more involved than some of the other zombie papercraft listed here. Take your time. Make careful cuts and folds and you should be fine. The great part of papercraft is, in the worst case scenario you just print out another one and start over until you get it right!

9. Free Zombie Papertoy- Left 4 Dead: The Tank

Free Zombie Papercraft paper craft models The Tank Left 4 Dead

Fee Left 4 Dead “The Tank” Zombie Papercraft Toy Template – http://www.saltnpaper.com/2011/08/tank-tribute-to-left-4-dead.html

Anyone that has ever spent some time playing the popular video game knows the hulkish beast that is the Tank. You generally feel and hear this monster coming before you ever see him. As a gamer, when you sense the Tank’s prescence your palm’s get a little sweaty because you know the zombie Sh*t’s about to hit the fan! Thanks to Saltnpaper.com now the tank can strike fear into the hearts of zombie fans on a daily basis in paper form. Click here to download the pattern for this free zombie papercraft.

10. Free Zombie Papercraft from Macula.TV

Free Zombie Papercraft model template

Free Zombie Papercraft from Macula.tv – http://www.macula.tv/main.htm

This free zombie papercraft is brought to us from artist Christopher Bonnette on his site Macula.tv. We love the wonderful big eyes and cracks and wrinkles around the face. We’re not sure whether the dagger on the floor belongs to the zombie or one his recent victims, but it’s still a nice touch! This zombie work of art can be constructed absolutely free. Download the template here:

 

 

11. Undead Larry 1 Zombie Papercraft: Zombie paper model Undead Larry is brought to us by Zombie Carter from ZombieNation.com. He’s cute, adorable, and relatively easy to build. There aren’t many complicated folds or cuts, so this zombie papercraft is ideal for younger zombie fans to help out with.

 

 

12. Undead Larry 2: Undead Larry 2 Free Zombie Papercraft printable download files This is a second version of Undead Larry. Just like the original, this one is brought to us from the zombie freaks over at ZombieNation.com.

 

Visit Us Again for Free Zombie PaperCraft!

This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to free zombie papercraft. We’ll be continually adding to this post as we find the time. If you are the creator of a zombie papercraft and feel we should (or shouldn’t) have your work featured here just leave a comment below or drop us an email.

If you simply know of a cool free zombie papercraft, zombie paper toy or related free zombie craft project and want me to post it here leave a comment below. Have you made some of these cool free zombie papercraft projects? We’d love to see your photos of you and your work. Send them to us and we’ll see about posting them on our site! In the end I hope you enjoy these free zombie papercrafts and free zombie paper toys as much as we do.

Shameless plug: This post took a great deal of time and research. We did it because we love zombies and wanted to share these free zombie resources with all of our fellow zombie fans. Please be sure to visit the sites of the original artists and support them.   That being said…we gotta pay the bills too! If you are searching for unique zombie gifts please consider purchasing through our site and supporting us over at ZombieGift.com. At the very least please consider thanking us by sharing this post on facebook and twitter or by doing nice things like liking our facebook page or following us on twitter or Instagram.  These are free and easy ways to show your appreciation and support our zombie efforts in the process!

16 thoughts on “Free Zombie Paper Craft: Print, Cut, Fold, Paste & Enjoy Some Free Zombie Paper Art Fun!

  1. Thanks for a great post! Can’t wait to try making some of these.

  2. Hey, thanks for the mention today about my papercraft zombies. I appreciate that. 🙂

  3. guy who loves to hate zombies! says:

    Dude thanks for the amazing post! I’ll try all of them!

  4. This is just awesome So awesome I hope you don’t mind that I have posted a link on my site’s forum to this awesome page. I wanted to start a forum that had fun zombie ideas and projects and I found this one first. I think its the perfect one to start the forum up with!!

    Thanx a bunch 🙂

    • Mind? Heck no! We’re honored! I need to update this post though…there’s so much cool stuff I’ve come across that hasn’t been listed here. It’s definitely on my “To-Do” list.

  5. Most of your links are broken. This is incredibly frustrating when attempting to find and print items for craft projects.

    • Hayley,
      I’m sorry finding dead links makes you so frustrated. Unfortunately this is a 4 year old post which is an eternity on the web. I can assure you all links were valid and working back in 2012 when the original post went up. I know a great deal of time went into this post. Unfortunately responsibility ultimately lies with the webmaster and author of the sites we’ve linked to. It appears some of the sites are likely dead and gone. Many have also employed some poor web practice by restructuring their site and moving things around without forwarding the old URL to the new one. I’m sure there was also a domain or two that simply couldn’t handle all the increased traffic we sent their way and simply blocked us from referring traffic. I’ll do my best to see this post gets updated or a new post gets created in the future.

    • For others reading this, I did a quick check of the links on this page and it appears most of the links are in fact working perfectly fine and lead you directly to the download. We linked to about 11 different zombie papercraft projects here. Links to eight of the projects are working just fine.

      It does appear that as of today 4/29/2016 the cute little George Romero papercraft project, the zombie mask and the first “Zombiefie six” links are dead due to issues with the host site either being gone or having moved things around without forwarding visitors from the old link. All of the remainder, and indeed the majority of the links on this page, still work perfectly fine if you bother to scan down the page past the first 3 projects or so.

      UPDATE: 6/13/2016
      Shortly after posting this original comment we were able to determine the correct link for the zombie mask. I simply forgot to update this comment to reflect that. Shouldn’t be an issue since there is no reference to a broken link in the post itself and the mask links all work correctly after we updated the link URL. A comment from the source site’s author led to the discovery that I forgot to remove this reference pertaining to the broken zombie mask link. The zombie mask URL has been correct for quite some time but I did want to update this comment for future reference.

      • You’ll find the zombie mask here…
        http://ravensblight.com/ZombieMask.html

        And the six zombie figurines can be found here…
        http://ravensblight.com/monsters5.html
        http://ravensblight.com/monsters6.html

        As for “issues with the host site”, it bothers me when commercial websites use my free material to bolster their sales. When they fail to update their links and then cast shade on me for their own shortcomings… well, let’s just say I’m not very impressed.

        • Hi Ray. Thank you for taking the time to leave the comment but we were able to figure the new link to most of your projects and the link(s) were already updated previously. I believe we only mentioned, in passing, an issue with the zombie mask. I don’t recall mentioning any issue with the other projects you’re mentioning although it’s possible we noticed an issue and corrected it a while back. As for comments regarding issues with the host site, I’m sorry if they offended you. In actuality that was the issue and that was the concise explanation we could provide to frustrated visitors blaming our site for issues beyond our control.

          Our links definitely worked at the time we created the post because we triple checked everything. It appears at some point the link structure on your site and other sites changed. It is common practice for a webmaster or site author to redirect old links if they restructure or move things around on a site. Unfortunately not everyone does so. It’s a bit preposterus to expect another website linking to know when you’ve moved content around or changed links. That’s why ensuring the old link automatically redirects to the new URL is common practice. It avoids issues with search engine results and prevents issues like this.

          We provided a simple and brief explanation of the issue to our readers. As for “casting shade” on you I’m not seeing that anywhere in the post or our comments. I do apologize if we’ve done something to lead you to have that unfortunate point of view. Maybe you’re reading into things and assuming all comments on this page referred to you and your site alone? Although, I’m not really seeing anything that appears that way. Over the years there have been a few instances of broken links to several different sites and they were all issues with the host site either moving things around and not redirecting old links or issues with the site simply not existing anymore.

          This post is over 4 years old at this point. Our continued responses to comments here and the fact that we’ve updated this post multiple times over the years and continue to support it should be clear evidence we do our best to stay on top of things. Over the years we’ve updated this post several times with new links when we get angry comments and emails from people who want to download a zombie papercraft project and then find they cant’ do so. So there are definitely no “shortcomings” there.

          Sites move things around. Websites disappear. These things happen. Every time we’re made aware there is an issue we update the post. We usually take the brunt of the hostility because “our” links don’t work when it is actually an issue on the site we’re linking to. With this post, broken links almost always boil down to “issues with the host site.” That’s the nicest way we can point out to our readers it isn’t our fault that something went wrong on someone else’s site. I apologize for not using different terminology other than “issue with the host site.” I’d be open to any suggestions for future reference.

          Obviously we update links, and this post, on an ongoing basis. Implying we don’t is rather silly. Sites move things around and don’t redirect old links correctly. It’s not a big deal. It happens to the best of us. If explaining that to our readers upsets you I apologize. Your comments here almost make it appear that it may be you attempting to cast shade on us to cover up your own shortcomings. That looks equally unimpressive. But who are we to judge?

          I’m sorry it bothers you that we loved your zombie themed papercraft and chose to share it with zombie lovers and fans of horror culture. It appears we’ve made some incorrect assumptions:
          * We assumed you publicly posted free zombie and horror related content because you wanted it to be seen, enjoyed and shared by zombie and horror fans.

          * We assumed you’d be pleased we employed best practices such as properly crediting you as the source, not “hotlinking’ images and correctly linking to your site was the appropriate way of doing things.

          People steal and use other people’s content for commercial gain without proper credit given all the time. It’s happened to us on several occasions. . . which is why we’re very careful to give proper credit.

          I can assure you there is no commercial benefit to posting your, or any other, zombie paper projects. The purpose of this post was to offer zombie and horror fans a source of free zombie papercraft and to highlight and credit the talented folks responsible for them. I apologize if you didn’t want your publicly posted free work to be a part of that.

          I’m at a loss with understanding how including your free projects in this post “bolsters” our sales. I’d argue this post couldn’t be set up any better to guarantee we LOSE traffic and sales. It is on our blog and not on our main sales site. In addition, 99% of this post is dedicated to sending traffic AWAY from our site and TO the sites of the papercraft author etc. Any sites we link to in this post that sell items, run advertisements or otherwise monetize their content are certainly potentially benefiting from any traffic we send them. Whether you choose to do so with your site I don’t know and I’m honestly not concerned with. That’s your prerogative. We simply loved the work and wanted to share it with our fans. I apologize if that is an issue for you.

          In conclusion, I’m a bit perplexed on just why you’re upset we’re honoring your papercraft talents and sending traffic your way. That being said, you definitely have the option of refusing traffic from our domain and websites. I’d talk with your webmaster or hosting company on how to do that. Alternatively, we’re more than happy to remove the links to your site at your request. We’ll simply add a note to the post and remove all outgoing links.

          Regardless, we love the the work and wish you continued happiness and success.

        • For further clarification to anyone following along:

          The original link we posted to the zombie mask was:
          http://ravensblight.com/Mask3.html

          That was correct for years to the best of my recollection. At some point the URL and location of the zombie mask changed to:
          http://ravensblight.com/ZombieMask.html

          Unfortunately the old link for the zombie mask wasn’t setup at the host site to automatically forward traffic to the new URL. Therefore anyone clicking or using the old link would receive a 404 error. Unfortunately it’s an issue with the host site and something beyond our control until we’re made aware of the problem. Once we were aware of the situation we looked into the new location and updated the post with the correct working link.

          Unfortunately we have no easy way of knowing when someone else moves material on their site without forwarding traffic to the new location. We do our best to update broken links but frankly it is not our responsibility and not within our ability to know when a third party moves material on their site without redirecting old links. It’s the host website’s responsibility to ensure continuity and accessibility of material when something changes or moves. We would only discover the issue with our own manual check of outgoing links (which we do from time to time) or when visitors make us aware that a link is no longer functioning correctly.

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