This is my Darknut papercraft from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. It's my biggest one I've made (about 50 cm with the sword), and maybe the hardest. I'm quite proud of it. I think it's better than my Skyward Sword Link papercraft I made. Here's the link to the craft: [link]
This took me about 3 weeks to build. And yes, you can take off the helmet. You can also switch the swords.
EDIT: Template is now released! Grab it here: [link]
I finally finished my papercraft of Pipit. I probably could have finished it sooner, but I got lazy with it.
Anyway, Pipit is one of my favourite Skyward Sword characters. For a side character, he has a lot of personality (and what a sweet personality it is ) and development. so I absolutely had to have a miniature figurine of him.
Papercraft is 35cm tall and 7 pages. Will be released very soon, so look out for it on Nintendo Papercraft!
An entry for Nintendo Papercraft's latest contest, this took about a month from start to finish. It's a papercraft of Valoo, from the Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.
It was mostly an experiment into hand drawn papercrafts, and the sort of things that I can do... The whole thing was created in Adobe Illustrator and Paint Tool SAI, with the only 3D work being the building. The style was inspired by Chokipeta, but the end result is no where near on par!
Creating the parts themselves was mostly trial and error, drawing out the basic shape and then making builds and adjustments until it was right. After the body was done, some aspects were judged and measured from a build of that.
Once the parts were done, It was just a case of colouring them in using SAI. The colours on the body and neck parts were measured to make sure they aligned properly. There was one mishap on the lower neck, but that should be ironed out in the final version!
Just 2 pages and 15 parts, mostly 2D. Download and build your own here: [link]
Feel free to share and use the photo, just don't claim as your own and please distribute the link above, rather than the template itself.
-- Template and photo by me, based on the character Valoo from the Legend of Zelda series, both owned by Nintendo.
wooo. It's Link in 3 glorious dimensions! Still looks a bit square-y though. Anyway, I built the model entirely out of cubes, so some of the flaps aren't as joined up as they should be, but you can fix that manually. There is also a blue and red tunic version if you download it, so build yourself an army of Links! I'll do some more later, like zelda, the old man and some enemies. If Link is popular that is. I might even convert some more complicated sprites like from Minish Cap! I feel an enormous project coming on... download here: [link]
Yay! Chartodileon finally designed his first REAL papercraft! It's Whomp, from the Super Mario series! I got this idea when I was playing mario party 8 and saw a Whomp. I thought it would be a pretty easy papercraft to design without using a 3-D modelling program, because those things are REALLY confusing.. O.o
Anyway, I made the textures and everything with GIMP. The templates might not be perfect, so you might have to do some editing or trimming, but I think it's a pretty good papercraft, since it's my first. The lines are pretty thick.. try to cut through the very center of it.
Oh, and BTW, the arms aren't really that color, my printer was being dumb... Please, try it!! It'd make me really happy to see other people make this.
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!
Although I made this craft a long time ago, I decided to use it for the tutorial I promised to make for a friend of mine, Skelekitty. I hope this will clarify how to make this kind of pictures, but if you have any questions, feel free to ask!
This is for all the awesome comments and help for NP! Thanks Skelekitty!
This is Tetra I testbuilt for Oligig. She is the pirate girl from the Legend of Zelda games The Wind Waker and Phantom Hourglass.
It is not a hard papercraft. The only hard part are the hands because the fingers are tiny. Take your time at that part. When you start building the model, begin at the top of the head and work your way down. Close it at the bottom of the pants. Let it dry and glue the feet on it. Glue the kerchief around the neck. And as last, build the pouch and sword. Glue the pouch to the body, near her right leg. It is not necessary to glue the sword: it fits perfectly in her hand.
This papercraft model is designed by Official picture comes soon.
I don't know why I didn't upload this earlier ... oh yeah, because I was procrastinating! I made this earlier in the year (April, I think) and since I uploaded the photo of the pot, I figured you can't have one without the other!
You'd find them all over the floors of the dungeons in the game The Legend Of Zelda - Wind Waker. I would spend WAY too much time searching for these skulls, just so I could lob them at the wall! Haha! *sigh* great fun!
This is a non-Pokémon test-build for Nintendo Papercraft [link] .
If you've ever played The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask or Twilight Princess, you'll recognize this fellow as a White Wolfos, cousins of the regular Wolfos, but only appearing in snow-covered areas.
I made this one quite tall (20cm) and I think it is actually quite a good size for it, especially when you take into consideration the claws and teeth.
It needs some small edits - and then I guess I'll have to rebuild it *sigh* - but overall, I think it looks like a very impressive model, thanks Brandon.
IMPRESIONANTE!!! Me encantó este modelo, estuve esperando mucho tiempo para obtener sus plantillas, asi que gracias primero que todo a ITCHUS7 por diseñar este papercraft (y no gracias por compartir sus modelos con contraseña) y muchas gracias tambien a Skelekitty por desencriptar la clave del PDF y asi por fin poder armarlo.
Este es el modelo MAS DIFICIL que he armado (he hecho otros mas dificiles, pero no los he terminado de armar XD), algunos pequeños errores de diseño, y por ahi hace falta el modelo 3D para ir mirando como van las piezas, por lo mismo, el modelo no me quedo perfecto, pero aun asi me encantó.
Armé la versión Sin líneas, y me guíe con la version con líneas para doblar el papel.
Impressive! I loved this model, I was waiting a long time to get their templates, so first of all thanks to ITCHUS7 by designing this papercraft (and not thanks for sharing your models with password) and also very thanks to Skelekitty to decrypt PDF and so finally able assemble.
This model is the most difficult I have assemble (I made some more difficult, but I have not finished arming XD), some small errors in design, and there is needed for the 3D model will be watching as the pieces, so Similarly, the model I am not perfect, but even so I loved it.
I Assemble the version Without lines, and guide me with the version with lines to fold the paper.
Esta es la Máscara de Majora de el maravilloso juego de Nintendo 64 "La leyenda de Zelda: La máscara de Majora".
Si bien el diseño original es pequeño, encontre por casualidad hace mucho tiempo esta version en grande como para poder usarla. Quizas tiene algunas fallas de diseño debido al "Agrandamiento" , pero en general encuentro que esta super bien.
Las geniales plantillas para hacerla (junto a decenas mas de modelos tanto de zelda como de otras cosas) pueden encontrarlas en el genial sitio de Ninjatoes en [link]
La plantilla en tamaño real la pueden bajar aquí [link]
This is the mask of Majora's, from the wonderful Nintendo 64 game "The Legend of Zelda: Majora's mask."
While the original design is small, i found by chance a long time ago in this version as big as you will use it. Maybe it has some design flaws due to "enlarge", but in general I this is super.
The great templates to make it (along with dozens more models of both zelda as other things) can be found at the site of great Ninjatoes in [link]
The life size template can be downloaded here [link]