I swear, it's like whack-a-mole around here, on my papercraft shelf the moment! It's Digletts and Dugtrios a go-go!
Hopefully there aren't any more versions of this Pokémon for me to build ... is so, I might have to fob it off to one of my other team-mates, because I'm all Pokémole-d out! Thanks to Brandon for this model.
So anyway, this is another sneak-peek at another one of the 22 Pokédolls that will be released on Paperpokés shortly.
Here's the Completed-TB-PokéDoll list up to date:
Bulbasaur Pokédoll by ~Lyrin-83 [link] Charmander Pokédoll by ~Lyrin-83 [link] Squirtle Pokédoll by ~Lyrin-83 [link] Clefairy Pokédoll by ~PaperBuff [link] Tentacool Pokédoll by ~PaperBuff [link] Voltorb Pokédoll by ~PaperBuff [link] Staryu Pokédoll by ~PaperBuff [link] Surf Pikachu Pokédoll by ~PaperBuff [link] Gengar Pokédoll by me [link] Pikachu Pokédoll by me [link] Magikarp Pokédoll by me [link] Jigglypuff Pokédoll by me [link] Grimer Pokédoll by me [link]
These are Brandon's Sunflora, keep an eye out for them on your blog [link] around May.
Together they have a grand total of 30 cents (in 5¢ pieces) inserted into them for stability.
The reason why there are so many of them is because of this:
The one on the right was the prototype, and had major falling backwards issues. The only way to make it stand independently was to glue a penny into the end of each arm and glue one on the inside of it's bottom - 15¢.
The second one on the left was the final version, but I accidentally glued the two bottom sections of it's neck on back to front, which gives it a sky-gazer posture. This one also has a penny glued to the inside of it's groin, just in case - 5¢.
Then the second one on the right has an alternate face texture. It's pose is finally correct, but I chose to glue the arms on upside down at the last minute. I accidentally glued a penny in the wrong spot (it's bottom) and had to use a counter balance penny on it's tummy, which you can just see the imprint of ... darn - 10¢.
And the one on the left is the final edit, finally built correctly!
I think that they look like they are having a wonderful conversation, don't you? Something like: "No seriously - it was THIS big!" *group laughter*
I've been wanting to build this for my son for a while now. He's been asking for a Caterpie since he got the Pokémon Season 1 Boxset last Christmas. It's a little strange that I kind of like this Pokémon, considering that in real life I loath caterpillars!
Many thanks go to Brandon for making a 5 year old's wish come true. This is still a WIP - there are some editing needed before we can release it - it has a tendency to fall onto it's face, even with two 5¢ coins glued to it's bottom! But hopefully we can resolve this issue soon and schedule it on our blog [link] as soon as possible.
I had a HUGE headache last night so I thought that I needed to do something a little easier ... so I did. I got me some Ibuprofen, with a splash of Codeine, and made me one of these!
This is another beta-test model by PMF [link] that I had in my (rapidly growing) "to-do" pile of papercraft templates. This one needs to have attachment tabs added onto the legs, then it's good to go.
There is no way in hell that this little critter is able to stand up by itself! The model is posed on his tip-toes so the only way to get him to stand is to glue it to a stage or prop him against something.
The leaves were by far the coolest parts on this model - I really enjoyed making them. I also messed about with the texture of the body, because the original colour was too grey for my liking.
Anyways, You can get the template and PDO here: [link]