Pansage! Papercraft! Done, finally! Wohoo! I've changed some bits, to make the build more enjoyable, ad hopefully more stable as well... (I loved the pose, so I sacrificed stability for it... Sowwy!) You'll find the download here (as soon as I fix a couple of things, make the shiny textures, etc): www.pokemonpapercraft.net/
My second papercraft model. This guy was a nightmare! The original model had pretty much every piece going though every other piece... and that cape just about had me wanting to kick the little purple ball across the room. Totally worth it though. : ) Also, it will be another week or so before the file is ready for download; this is just a sneak peek.
What can I say? Amazing how can edit papercraft ^^!
Scyther is a very different and cool pokémon. I really like this build and the pose is just... well, it speaks for itself. And what's even better? You can glue the arms anyway you like. Not an easy build though - small and pointy ends can be a bit annoying. But if this is one of your favorite pokémon, go for it - though I don't know when it will be up on [link]
It will also need some weight on its left foot for balance. A bit tricky, but since each leg part is separate, anything gone wrong can be fixed by redoing only one foot.
My Meganium papercraft from Paperpokes. I built this in June 2011. This is the second Meganium I built. I also made Version 1 of Meganium [link] You can download this Meganium papercraft here: [link] The first version of Meganium can be download here: [link]
I am very happy with this template - it actually stands, without the aid of the right fin! To make sure it wouldn't fall, I added some weight inside his feet. Not an easy build - thin arms, fins, small teeth and spikes - but a very fun one.
He looks amazing, watching from the top of a shelf ^^