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I build this model as a gift for a co-worker, printed on glossy paper.

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Designer: Shunichi Machino [link]
Download: [link]
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I made this last year for my Advanced Studio class. Our project was to pick an artist (but not the typical ones that everyone picks like Van Gogh or Monet) and mimic their style. So, as I was trying to look for an artist I've never heard of before whose art was really amazing and innovative, I stumbled on exactly that: www.thisiscolossal.com/2014/03…

This Indian couple, going by the nickname Hari and Deepti, cuts silhouettes out of watercolor paper and layer them on top of each other to create an image or scene, then they put them together in a shadow box and place a light behind it, making for a stunning creation! After looking through all their pieces, I read how they make them, then decided the supplies would be simple enough to gather! Then my mind was set on mimicking their style to depict this amazing scene from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban! I'm not sure what they're called, but I like to call them "Light Boxes"!

I love Harry Potter! Ob...viously...(said in Snape's voice) So it was a simple decision to make! The third book/movie isn't my favorite, but I love them all anyways! Plus, this scene is just soooo amazing! Harry totally kicks ass in this moment! First, he tried to save his Godfather, who he thought was trying to murder him only moments earlier, from having his soul sucked! Then he and Hermione went BACK IN TIME to save Sirius! Then he performs his first successful patronus, which scares away 100 dementors! Now, try and tell me that isn't awesome! And clearly this moment in the series is one of the most iconic as well as one of the most visually engaging! It was a must for this project! 

It was simple enough and I got the hang of it pretty quickly! It was weird though, trying to capture my style in their art form. To cut my images instead of draw them. But it sure was fun! And I bought a light that changes to the coolest colors, so it's a pretty awesome creation that you can stare at for quite a while! I wish I could find a way to upload a video of it changing colors, but I don't have the time. But yeah, this is a picture of how it looks in the dark with the inside light on! It turned out exactly how I imagined it would and it's probably my favorite piece of art I've ever done! I was supposed to upload all of my favorite art projects I did throughout high school during the summer but I forgot, so I had to upload this now, before I start my second one! So, if you liked this, look forward to more of these, b/c I love 'em! The next one will be a depiction of the scene in The Nightmare Before Christmas where Jack Skellington sings on the iconic hill in Halloween Town's graveyard! I can't wait! 

Oh, and btw, that Harry Potter logo is the one I made for my Graphic Design class as well. We got to recreate a book jacket and I chose to do the Deathly Hallows but we couldn't use the same font or logo as the original, so I made my own font!

Want to see this Light Box turned off and on? - Expecto Patronum Light Box - On And Off
Want to see the finished Light Box? - Expecto Patronum - Harry Potter Light Box

Want to see my Nightmare Before Christmas Light Box? - The Pumpkin King - Nightmare Before Christmas LB - The Pumpkin King Light Box - Before And After
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Bloggers, you can find a preview image here

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This was done as a request by Charles Davenport from papermodelers.com.

Yeah, dunno what else to say about this; it's a full scale M24 grenade with removable charge. Don't take it to the airport.

UPDATE: Uhh, just noticed a few typos my sleep-deprived brain failed to pick up yesterday. I'll fix those and add a Splittering sleeve sometime within the week, hopefully.
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It was about time someone arrested this little mischievous fellow!!! :meow:
Here it is, our PaperpokÚs pikachu - version no 2!
Man, he's mischievous indeed: I reached vers. 7 while modyfing this model!!! I had to rework the 3D model for the hands and feet, and now they're definitely better (and buildable! :D). Tiny fingers are still tiny, but blame gamefreaks for giving pika 5 full-fledged fingers per hand! (note: pichu has only a thumb, and raichu has no fingers AT ALL!!! Poor raichu!)
I also changed its body appearence to make it look more like the anime pikachu. Hope it worked!
Say a big thanks to Brandon too bec he did a splendid job in simplifying the original model! Thanks Bran!!! :w00t:

Pikachu: 3D model editing by Brandon (aka *z8-0)/Lyrin, template and buld by me. Download it from our PaperpokÚs website [link] now! :3

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Now you can see some of those white parts! ;o)

So far the assembly is going very well, hopefully that will go for the rest of the parts too! ;o)

Stay tuned!
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paper craft walker. the guy that makes these templates is awesome. check him out [link] really fun build
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for beautiful girl :)
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FREAKIN' BADASS.

There is no denying this. This thing is LIFE-SIZED. Yeah. Took me around 4 days to score, cut, and assemble all 35 PAGES. Yeah. Took a chunk outta my ink, but, oh well. SO WORTH IT.
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:D
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Alright! This was a fun one! Look how friggen' big it is! Well, if nothing else, it is a personal record, especially since it's entirely regular printer paper, no cardstock used at all. Ahhh, I so wish I had owned a sketchy hockey mask to wear in that last picture of me holding it.

It's the Combat Shotgun! This is another weapon from my ever-growing series of models from Fallout 3, a PC, 360, & PS3 game. You can read more about it on the wiki page I linked if you want, I'm too lazy to go into more detail than that ;).

My final build came out to be ~2' 8.5" (~82.6 cm) long :D, ~6" (~15 cm) wide, and ~7" (~18 cm) tall. Unlike the Laser Pistol and Alien Blaster, I decided to fix the scaling, making it closer to true "life-sized", since the difference would probably have been more significant given the overall size of it... Also, there's no stand included in the parts. I built the little rack shown as an afterthought when I realized, "Ok, now what do I do with it?" Ooo! Maybe I'll try to find a real gun rack! Hah, that'd be creepy.

I hope the irony of this isn't lost on any of you... making a model of a (mostly) wooden object out of paper... I'm entertained waay too easily.

You know, when I originally thought of doing a model from Fallout 3, I wanted to do Liberty Prime. I borrowed my friend's copy of the PC version, ripped the enormous mesh file, and found a tool to extract individual meshes. But one look at that model had me thinking yea, that's going on the back burner, let's start with something a little simpler.

I'll get to it eventually!.. probably... maybe... hopefully..?





> PDF of Pieces

> PePaKuRa PDO file



This is part of a series:
Fallout 3 Ammo
Combat Shotgun
Alien Blaster
AEP7 Laser Pistol






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Have you built this or one of my other models? Feel free to let me know how hard you thought they were!
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