Yay! Chartodileon finally designed his first REAL papercraft! It's Whomp, from the Super Mario series! I got this idea when I was playing mario party 8 and saw a Whomp. I thought it would be a pretty easy papercraft to design without using a 3-D modelling program, because those things are REALLY confusing.. O.o
Anyway, I made the textures and everything with GIMP. The templates might not be perfect, so you might have to do some editing or trimming, but I think it's a pretty good papercraft, since it's my first. The lines are pretty thick.. try to cut through the very center of it.
Oh, and BTW, the arms aren't really that color, my printer was being dumb... Please, try it!! It'd make me really happy to see other people make this.
Pokedolls, yay! Three of the eight crafts that were displayed in my school's art show. I'm very happy to say that I got quite a lot of attention Sometimes I would watch people in the hallway stop and comment when they see them. It's really awesome XD
I would like to thank the Paperpokes team for producing such nice crafts! These three were really fun and easy to make! Special thanks to , , and for designing and test-building these three
These can all be found in the Paperpokes blog. [link]
This is Icthius7's Power-Up Mushroom and A ShyGuy, both regular characters in the Mario series of games, and both really excellent examples of the wonderful 3D models that paper manipulation can achieve.
It is a fun build, not too hard, though the small parts are a little frustrating. Just take your time to build the fingers and the spikes and glue the bottom with caution, then you'll end up with an awesome model ^^!!
Probably out in PaperpokÚs [link] in Halloween (that eye staring at you can be scary...) ^^!