While I am on Uni holidays, I think I should probably make as many Paperpokés models as I can squeeze in, so here is the latest one.
To be honest with you guys, I really only played Pokémon Red/Blue (and then half of Silver/Gold), so I really am only familiar with the first generation and some of the second gen. This fifth gen just freaks me out - there is an ICE CREAM CONE pokémon!!!
Anyway, with my rant out of the way, I've been after Abra for ages - I think it's just so adorable, snoozing away. I am very grateful to POdragon [link] for whipping this up for me - I'm very spoiled Oh, and by the way, this is the shiny Abra texture that I built, the normal was so drab in comparison.
The only issue I can see others having when building this model are the fingers - they are a little fiddly - but that really is a minor detail, otherwise, it's a medium difficulty level build. I have no idea when this will be scheduled, but it'll probably be into the new year.
2011! That's the future! Where's my flying car already?
Bad light is bad! D: I think I'll retake the pics once this friggin bad weather will subside, and some natural light will help me out. Anyway... Version no.2 of Charmander!!! A jumping, merry pose! Loved it at 1st sight. Brandon model, with just a bit of texture tweaking from me. And since I didn't do anything else for the main model, I decided to make a stand myself (can't just sit on my bum and just build! I need to be active!!!). Because yes, of course it won't stand on its own. As usual, you'll find Charmander V2 on our Paperpokés website [link] as soon as it gets a free spot!
3D Editing and template by Brandon, aka ~z8-0. Build by me. Pokebase: model and textures by me
All together now ... "D'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawwwwww!"
Another round Paperpoké model, but this time it's two for the price of one! And yes, it actually balances on that tail bobble (with the aid of a 5˘ coin), unless there is a sudden gust of wind. I read that the height of this Pokémon was 20cm tall - I guess it would just be the body height, not body on bobble height - so this model is half its "real-life" size.
It's a pretty basic build, the only tip I think I need to give is attach the bottom of the body to the top of the bobble with a drop of superglue, and tweezers are essential for the tail.