were featuring 's character Chiipi Roru [link]
last week in their 'Fanart submissions' But I was too busy to get my piece done by Thursday (submission day) I have just finished working on this Papercraft model of Chiipi and am really pleased with how he came out!
Now listen carefully- I had to make 2 because I hugged the first one so tight he crumpled!!! Don't kill your chiipi!!!
I really REALLY hope likes him!!!
The photograph is watermarked because a lot of her fabulous work gets stolen so I thought the least I could do was to stop theft through me.
I will be submitting the actual net for the model soon, but it will be watermarked unless allows it to be distributed without-sorry- but it's not my Character
Deviantart staff moved this to scraps but I would like to point out that it is NOT a scrap piece. There is no 'apercraft' category so I am moving it to 'models'
Rilakkuma and friends, Korilakkuma and Kiiroi Tori go Trick or Treating for Halloween.
I kinda had to rush this seeing as that it's already Halloween. I got it done just in time. There are more glue spots than I care for but that's because I broke my first rule of papercrafting and that's "Never Rush your projects."
Grab these adorable little critters all dressed up for Halloween from here: [link]
Part one of two of my girl's sister's birthday present. She likes teh Pokeymans, so I made her favorite one. I needed a box for the thing -- and being the needlessly complex individual I am -- what would have been better than a giant PokeBall?
The ball is around 30cm; for us yanks that's 12 inches. For fun, you can try to guess which PokeMon it is -- but I think it's fairly obvious for people who like it (a group which does not really include me).
I scratch built the hinge to make the ball open and close like the "real" one does. I should have colored it black to match the back, but I originally wasn't planning to have it on the outside. It took quite a few tries to get it right (I wound up making more than one ball), and by the time I did I stopped caring where it was and what it looked like, as long as it fit and the cover closed properly -- which it sort of does. Good thing I'm not an engineer by trade.
A paper model(paper craft) of Oblivion keyblade from Kingdom hearts 2 that I made.
Since people have been asking, here's how I did it
1. Find artwork of Oblivion keyblade and separate the picture into different parts. 2. zoom in on the artwork and start drawing out the pieces(or trace if you want) 3.Scan the pictures into the completer and flip it horizontally ( for the second side cause I'm lazy ) 4. Cut the pieces out and the rest is just building + some adjustments along the way (Being experienced in papercrafting helps too)
Note: I kind of painted and build it at the same time because I often notice parts that will be hard to paint if you glue it first.
Detail wise: I tried to make it as detailed as possible so there are many pieces that would of been able to be one piece but I made it two pieces.
The above is the run down of how I made oblivion Keyblade. I am currently working on Oathkeeper Keyblade( coz I just finished KH 358/2 Days which motivated me) and who probably show how I did it step by step if anyone wants to know. nvm, I finished Oathkeeper long ago and forgot to take pictures of the process ^^'''
Btw, Thanks for all your comments. I really enjoy reading them.