Cloud by designer ACE , printed 2 pages in 1 with 90 gr paper and a layer of sealer varnish. This time it is only built with paper and stuffed with pillow stuffing . You canbuild your ownCloudfrom here: Dissidia papercrafts by Ace
Thought I'd upload a papercraft this time. Here's the SSBB Bowser that was designed by . I'm really proud of this one! I think it's my best build yet This is also one of the crafts that were displayed at my school's art show. Probably got the most attention too.
So there you have it, thank you Brandon for designing this awesome model! The build went incredibly smooth too. I actually made the teeth!
Tali was the first Mass Effect papercraft I ever made, and at the time a rather ambitious project considering I'd mostly just done N64 and Wii models before. But things just happened to work and it made a template, that thanks to some heavy simplification of the original 3D model, worked surprisingly well. After considering the ever shrinking list of ME characters I'd like to make, and looking at some of their 3D models, I ended up deciding to work on Tali again but in her new ME3 outfit.
For the first time I've used high resolution textures for a model, from Smarteck's HD replacements for the ME3 PC version ( social.bioware.com/forum/1/top… ) and some advice concerning them from DaiShiHUN (he knows why ). DaiShi has also produced several Mass Effect characters, scaled to mine so check out his gallery too! ( daishihun.deviantart.com/galle… )
The textures look great and I'm very happy how the overall build has turned out as well! It's certainly harder than the ME2 version so if you are new to papercrafting then I recommend you try that version first. Built between 10th-24th June.
Below you can find the links to download the resources so you can print and build your own version!
Additional notes within the download file and on PDO/PDF #1. Any other questions, feel free to ask.
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It's a 92MB RAR file which contains PDFs and PDOs to print from or use as references. ~44.0cm tall, 18 pages and at least 230 pieces including the Scimitar Shotgun.
You can open the RAR archive with software such as WinRAR, Alzip, 7Zip. Just search around!
This is a quick little project I did to try to get myself back into a building-mood, since I basically haven't done any real models since last summer. Any old-school Sonic 2 (Sega Genesis) fans out there? Included are 13 power-ups from the 1-Player, 2-Player, S&K Lock-On, and Debug mode: