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Rhyhorn. Spikes Pokémon. With hard shell protection, its Tackle is very powerful.
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Gloom, the Weed Pokémon. Gloom gives off a very unpleasant smell. While strong against Water Pokémon, Gloom is weak against Fire and Flying types.
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Rhydon, the evolved form of Rhyhorn. It is known as the Drill Pokémon. Its large horn gives it formidable attack power.
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You have no idea how hard it was to make this picture.

1. The frickin crafts are ENORMOUS!
2. there's not a big enough piece of paper to make them both fit

I had to get o pieces of each color, and put them both together to get the background.

Nevermind that, i need to scale these down anyways. They are too big.

Both of these designed and built by :iconsabi996: AKA me :P

Will be released sometime on [link]

Please check out my first made from scratch video [link]

Also please comment :D ....
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This is not the official pic yet. This is just a preview i nedd your opinion to finish.

This looks Horrible! If you zoom in you might be able to see the yellow eyes. Too much grey here, and it brought out the red, so i reduced saturation a bit.

Where would i be without photoshop.

Btw. build by me.
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You already saw previews of jolteon and flareon, but now all three are finished.

All four designed and built by :iconsabi996: AKA Me :P

Let's see: the most difficult parts were: flareon's tail, jolteon's mane, Eevee's fur, and vaporeon is as simple as they come.

They are probably in scale.

Plz check out my first made from scratch video : [link]

These will be available on [link]
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As you can see, adult/Menu Link is about two 90 grams TESA All-Purpose Glue bottles tall! ;o)

Download the parts and instructions to build your own papercraft Ocarina of Time adult Link (+lots more!) from my papercraft webpage: [link]

Have fun building!
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To make LEGO Luke's lightsaber easier to build out of paper, I've divided it into several different, separate easy to build parts.

Although making it as one big hollow shell would make the "polycount" (the number of pieces in the 3D model) much lower, that's often not the best option when you're only making the 3D model as a tool to make a papercraft model! ;o)

See my papercraft weblog for more "Works In Progress": [link]
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Although it may be difficult to see through all the mirrored and off-scale textures ;o) the parts are actually going together pretty well so far!
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Lotad papercraft from Paperpokes.
I made it in June 2011.
It is a very easy papercraft and you can build it in a few hours.
You can download this papercraft here: [link]
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This is the third korok of the six I have.
Rown is a korok from the game The Legend of Zelda: the Wind Waker.
I built this in winter 2009.
You can download this papercraft here: [link]
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My Quilva papercraft from Paperpokes.
I built it in the summer of 2009.
You can download it here: [link]

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Zubat Pokemon Papercraft
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Eevee Paper Pokemon
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Pokemon Papercraft
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again a part with a lot of pieces :aww:
the first five screenshots are again the pieces which are for the hip

i promissed that i make a few photos of this boosters
well, these are a bit more complex as the others but base on the same technique

first i cut them out and build the single rings
i also removed the tabs for the inside ring
quite useless for me
at the fourth photo you can see the final pieces
because the sheets are designed for colored cardboard paper there are no tabs for the bottom piece where the peak as to be attached on
so i just colored a little paper piece with black marker and glued it on top (you can see it at the left piece)

then i put some glue at the inside of the tube and put it on top of the inside ring
after it's dry, i add the peak
quite simple, if you know how it works ^^;

piece overview 1
as always, here are all pieces what you need for the hip

po2
again one of those problems when you work with normal paper
to combine this pieces i just add a little tab at the backside and cut two lines into the base piece

po3
this one took me really long to figure out
first i thought the smaller piece has to be attached to the hip base but that doesn't work
because the black flat pieces where all the parts has to be attached fit exactly to the hip base
so this was the only solution

i scratched the color where this pieces has to be combined

po4
lego is just boring against this :D

po5
and e viola
the final hip :meow:
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after one year of papercraft
my tool collection growed a bit
meanwhile i got a lot more stuff and i wanna share it with you

bottom, from left to right:
-a normal cutter for rougher steps
-a precise cutter for fine steps
-my good old freaking sharp scissor from the drug store :D
-a flat tweezer to fold bigger edges and taps
-a thin tweezer to fold fine edges and taps, also to remove the glue
-the tweezer what i used the most time to press the taps together, very efficient because of the angle and the flat ending

-steel cords to put small amounts of glue on the taps, meanwhile i have two of them, a long and a short one, i found this pieces on the street, these things normally are from the bristle of a street cleaning machine
sometime they broke and lay on the street
i cleaned and polished them that the glue don't stick

top, from left to right
-some chains, i used them to get some weight into the models that they stand on there own
-yes, Allen keys, i use them as weight and to reach some places inside of a model
-some cross tweezers, very handy, specially when you have to glue some rings ore don't have the modd ore/and time to hold the pieces
-some woodsticks, as contrast to the q-tips, much more better, because the glue stick and hold on them. they are also very usefull to get some distance for "flying parts" ore as a stabilization at the inside of a model
-two steel ruler, one long and one with some curves
-and at least a pencil :meow:
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oh yeah
my first SD Gundam :boogie:

two weeks of chilled work are done
and it looks really cool :)

i was a little bit worried, because the SD Gundams have a complete different model design as the pepakura models

but after a few parts i noticed how "genius" this design is.
the most parts are open and very easy to handle.

if you have three ore four cross tweezers you can build this very quick and get a page at one day done.

also the cool thing on this models are the model parts itself.
you can remove the head and arms, the wings, the weapon and the shield and pose them in an other way.

but the important thing is the instruction
i downloaded a few other SD models but they have none
so you have to figure out which part must be connected with the others

this one comes with a very nice and detailed one, so you will have no problems and it's also a good start into the SD series :)

if you wanna try Rocky (nickname of the model) on your own
feel free and download it here [link]

P.S.
you need the backpack page 3, three times

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by the way
a big hug :hug: to :iconelengwat: Elengwat for the idea with the border :w00t:

-edit-
lol, just crazy :D
as i went online, i found a note from :iconepill: epill in my inbox about the gundam and that i don't should get mad

well, mad yes, but in a good way ;)
he made a vector picture out the photo which is just awesome.

but take a look on your own.



thx a lot man, i really appreciate that :hug:
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Este es el adorable personaje de nintendo "kirby" echo en plastilina, hay muchas versiones de kirby en plastilina o arcilla, esta es la mia :I
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Este es mario bros, el fontanero padre de todas las consolas de nintendo hecho en plastilina, la imagen esta inspirada en el juego "super mario sunshine"
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Mario, luigi, link, kirby, samus y pikachu preparados para enfrentar su destino ...
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Modelo: Eila Carrera
Make-up/Hair: Jose Valle Hair
Estilismo: SergidVcia
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Modelo:Tamara Tamburini
Make-up/Hair: Rebeca Saray



Rebeca Saray Art Is Photography +Art Direction+ Digital Art and Retouching + Make-up info@rebecasaray.com // 622134816 www.rebecasaray.com All my work made with Bowens and Pentax 645D
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Modelo: Anneke
Make-up/hair: Rebeca Saray
Estilismo: Michelle Felip
Foto/Edición; Rebeca Saray
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Happy Halloween everyone! :)

Thanks for stopping by! :hug:


/ Andreas Stridsberg ©

My website -> www.mystic-pic.com
My Blog -> [link]
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Thanks for stopping by! :) :hug:


/ Andreas Stridsberg ©

My website -> [link]
My Blog -> [link]
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Gotland - Sweden

Thanks for stopping by! :) :hug:

Have a lovely day!!! :)

/ Andreas Stridsberg ©

My website -> [link]
My Blog -> [link]
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"The Starlet"
Available soon.
Model: :iconcasstronaut:
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"The Starlet"
Available soon.
Model: :iconcasstronaut:
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Fashion illustration by Kato.
8x10" signed prints available here: www.steampunkcouture.etsy.com
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