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Make Your Own TARS from Interstellar!

If there's one thing I learned from Interstellar, it's that what we all really need in our lives is at least one loyal, super-strong, super-perceptive and smart robot marine. Thank goodness, then, that someone was awesome enough to make papercraft print versions of TARS, CASE and KIPP that you can download, print and build yourself! I'm beside myself, really. I can't wait to make mine! Humor setting: 75% Honesty setting: 90% Awesome setting: 100% Which one would you choose? I'm tending toward TARS.. but CASE definitely has his strong suits...
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where do you find the printable templates?
Hahaha, this is really clever. I love papercrafts.
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