This is how I make my practice targets. I like to think I'm relatively creative; however, my wife says I'm just cheap. Some years ago I purchased a 900ft roll of 18" butcher paper, originally for the grand-kids to "do art" on. * First I build a "frame" out of scrap wood that's 18" wide and 36" tall . . . not including the spikes at the bottom to stick them in the ground. * I then staple a 18x36 sheet of cardboard to the frame (Actually I just staple it on and trim it to fit.) I never discard a good piece of cardboard. * The 1st photo shows the back of a target. You can see the frame and the cardboard that has been use many times. * To make a new target, I just rip off a length of butcher paper and staple it over the cardboard (and usually the old paper target. The paper is thin enough that you can pretty well see the outline of the old target and can trace the new on over that with a marker. * To draw new targets, I used a scrap of thin paneling and drew the desired silhouette with a marker. I then cut it out with my sabre saw. Next I drew the approximate 8 ring area, which I cut out with the sabre saw and at the center I drew and cut out a 3in "aim point." * To draw the target you just lay the silhouette on the paper and trace around the outline and the inside of the 8 ring area, then lay the cut-out inside the 8 ring and draw the aim point. I just freehand the aim point in the head area. The following photos show the back of a well used frame and cardboard, the front that I made up for a friend, the template, and the paper dispenser that I put together. * If I ever shoot up this roll of paper, I'll probably start over with a 24" toll. (Your choice.) I'll be happy to answer any questions if this is not clear. Hope this is helpful.