I've finished!. This is my version of the Sandrock Gundam Custom Edition, (from the famous anime Gundam Wing) made with paper; my first papercraft, and I hope not the last one. (The rar inc ludes PDF and PDO files) Thank you for watching this, and for downloading it n_n! Here's the file uploaded in
So it's my birthday Turning 18 here XD So I tought about making something special today, and I tought would the picture of a single model be cool? NO! Cool would be the picture of 150 (+-) models, that's REALLY COOL! So here it is my papercraft collection. All of the models there can be found on Paperpokes: [link] some now, some on the future and one won't thats Tsunomon, Brandon's edit that stayed by mistake on the middle of all the pokemons XD I kept only the pokemons edited by Pokemon and took off all of the models that aren't Pokemons and some pokes that don't deserve to be on the picture, not because of the build but because of other stuff XD
Some trivia about it: 1. Charmander and Charizard, both V2 are stayng on the top of a hat, Ashs hat that I tryed to build to a cosplay and that shoud fit my head. My head ain't that big, I made a scale up mistake XD
2. On the top of Slowpoke there's a head, anyone can guess which model? Never finnished it XD
3. This pic took me more than 4 hours to take, since I had to take all of the models of the place they stay and put them on my room's floor and that took a while, A BIG WHILE XD
4. Of course that I took some of the Pokemon models of the pic, some testbuilds that I haven't shown by now
5. Some chibis that have been released aren't on the pic, like Golbat, Zubat and Gengar family, that's because I took the picture before they were built XD
6. That's the work of more than a year, so that's a LOT of time XD and I really respect all of them and love all of them XD
I'd like to say Thanks to all of my da friends and to the great paperpokes team (they rule, don't they XD) they are really cool and the models they create are PERFECT
So that's it XD In case I remember something to say here I'll put it later XD
So Thanks a lot for favoriting my da entries and commenting on the last year This means a lot to me
Derived from her trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, I edited Twilight Princess' fiesty imp into a form suitable for building way back in autumn 2011. But it was in an awkward floating pose and I ended up working on my Garrus model instead and forgot about her for a long time. A year later I learned to re-pose it in Blender to a more basic but workable standing position, edited it a lot more and made an unfold.
But technically there's a catch compared to my usual models. I only built most of the body file before stopping (not however due to bad design I stress). Sadly the colours of the skin came out all dark from my printer, including what should've been the lighter toned bits. So I lost interest but it would've been a shame to shelve the model for a second time. Fortunately *studioofmm volunteered kindly to help me out...although she had it in mind to edit and enlarge the whole thing to build a life sized version! So now with her great finished photos and the knowledge that the model is buildable all the way through, I'm releasing both of our versions of the template.
So in short there's a normal 37cm version and a life sized 122cm version available (the Fused Shadow makes up about 33% of the height). But no instructions, PDO files only because you'll certainly need them: best not to be messing around trying to figure things out from a PDF. But we've included plenty of notes to try and help you, however it goes without saying that you might want to have some experience in papercrafting already.
If you have any questions, please ask me about the general model/smaller template, or Studio of M.M about the life sized one. We'll try to help as best as we can!
Please tell me if you spot any errors that I might have missed due to not building it myself. (not something I'm going to make a habit of)
Retrospective: Can't really comment as I didn't build it myself. But I'm glad some good use was gotten out of the project in the end.
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It's a 8.75MB RAR file which contains PDOs to print from and use as a references. 17 pages for the small one (not including stand), and a whopping 120 pages to bust your printer ink on for the life sized one.
You can open the RAR archive with software such as WinRAR, Alzip, 7Zip. Just search around!