oh yeah this was a must build for me i'm a great fan of this Ben10 franchise not only because of the story, more because of the whole alien design specially XLR8 is one of my favorites as i saw on facebook that there exist 3d models from the games i just had to do it
sadly, the one who posted the screenshot didn't or won't react at my offer to build this model for him with full credits like i do when i make a collaboration well, wasn't my problem because Odnamra send me a message with the model so you people can thank him, that you now can download this model
thanks a lot man i guess you saved the day for a lot people here include mine
editing the model took my a while, specially the hands and legs were a bit tricky and had i knew that the model is still that hard, i had edit it a lot more that's why i rate this model with 9 from 10 it's really something for experts i swear and cursed a lot, just to tell you there are a lot of backward foldings and tiny pieces which took a lot of patience
that for, please read the "building process gallery" closely before you start i wrote everything down what could be helpfull for you
also, you can see it, i put a thin acryl pole into the tail the model DON'T stand on it's own but that's shouldn't be any problem
model description: the model will come on 20 pages with 188 pieces and is 45cm tall again, the model is hard and has a lot of tiny pieces i rate it with 9 from 10 so don't underestimate it
build the tail, head, legs, and arms seperately and combine them later
file description: the file contains as always three pdo files one with texture and folding lines one with texture and without folding lines and one white version with folding lines
so you need again the Pepakura Viewer what you can get "here"
all three pdo's are not protected so if you have the Designer, you can edit the sheets in the way you want
also for the non windows user three pdf files lined, lineless and white
and the original texture
that's why it is that big this time
if you have any problems ore questions feel free to ask
to download the model click on the download button on the right side you can thank dA for, that i can't write the direct link anymore
some word to the bloggers
you have the permission to use my photos this model is a Deviantart only download so do not upload this model somewhere else and the most important thing
well then, my second Ben 10 papercraft (and for sure not the last ) even the editing was annoying, it was fun to build it there were so many buggy polygones, which were attached into nothing very confusing
the model has a few small pieces (not tiny ) but is not very hard so it shoudn't be any bigger problems here that's also the reason why i made not instruction shots this time again
but i write you a few tips start as always with the legs and arms separate combine the legs with the pieces at page 10
build the head until you reach piece 29 or 30 build the neck (pieces 31a-f and so on) separate later you have still the chance to combine it with the head it's a bit tricky but not very hard
but you can also follow the number count it's up to you
before you close the torso with the piece at page 7 add the two wires (from the backpack to the headphones....or whatever that should be ) first cut the two diamond formed holes into the backpack before you add it to the torso (piece 40 in the pdf) later it's a bit harder (but still possible)
try it first that the wires fit, that you have later no problems to add them you will also notice that the head will gain much more stability when you attach the wires also you have here the chance to align it a bit
by the way, the model need no weight in the legs to stand
These modular origami were made and taken as a photo by myself!
For people interested, these are known as the Spirals and the design was made by Tomoko Fuse. They were made with 4 pieces of 7.5 cm X 7.5 cm origami paper. Each of the kusudamas are around 3 cm X 3 cm X 3 cm. The folding and assembling are both pretty easy. Hope you like them!
Here is a new kusudama designed my Tomoko Fuse. I had a lot of fun making this one~ It was actually a request from a BFF of mine. These kusudamas from Tomoko Fuse-san are a handful! This particular one required 60 (30 pieces for each color) pieces of 7.5 x 3.75 cm. But it was still a billion trillion times better than studying!!