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Space Wolf Terminator Papercraft

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By DaiShiHUN   |   
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Wolf Guard in Terminator Armor belonging to Blackmane Company of the Space Wolves. Equipment is Wolf Claws and Assault Cannon, with an optional Cyclone missile launcher.

Made using Dawn of War 2: Retribution resources.
The figure stands 30 cm (Without the Cyclone Missile Launcher) tall.
Please note that I've made some refinements on the model that are not included in the .pdo files. for example the "fur" on the wolf tails.

Difficulty: MEDIUM/HARD

Download [HERE]

Original texture and model belongs to Games Workshop and THQ/Relic.
Image size
1200x1000px 172.32 KB
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ryuuda123's avatar
The link is broken ... I would love to build one of these.
DaiShiHUN's avatar
forgot to update the links here, now you should be find it
Grizzlyironbear's avatar
too bad the domain no longer exists....would love to build this
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werelightshineHobbyist General Artist
This is so cool.... I'm sure russ is peeing his pants somewhere.
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jameslinkHobbyist Digital Artist
Badass!
LinconIII's avatar
is it possible you can send me one that works with adobe 
LinconIII's avatar
i cant download cos it apparantly dosent work with adobe reader xc
DaiShiHUN's avatar
Nope it's written on the page that they are pepakura files (except the dragon that one has a pdf version)

I generally don't make pdf versions, but I'll see what i can do.
LinconIII's avatar
Thank u so much can't wait for it
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BlackwoodforestHobbyist Digital Artist
WOW this looks sooooo epic, I will try this DEFFENITELY!!!!!!
pazz1001's avatar
Which 3d modeling software did you used?
I ask because I want to make my own 3d model, and I don't know what software to use.
DaiShiHUN's avatar
I didn't actually make the model just tweaked it to be suitable for unfolding.

You should use the modelling software you are most familiar with. As long as it can save in .obj you can unfold it in pepakura (if you use pepa ofc)
ppl mainly use 3ds Max, Maya or Blender. And some ppl use google sketchup. I never used it myself so can't really say how good it for paper models.
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Consider this a review.

I have done quite a few papercrafts in my time and I guess you could call me an avid papercrafter. I recently finished a Space Wolf tactical marine and whoever designed that papercraft didn't know what they were doing.

I am glad to say that is not the case with this one. All of the pieces were easily scored, cut, and folded. They all fit nicely with no real confusing folds and the result is amazing. I'll upload it when I find my camera, but I give this design a 10/10. Amazing work.
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Thx!

I really appreciate it!
weavilepichu's avatar
I plan on starting your swarmlord next. I personally love tyranids and this looks like fun.
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Send me a pic when its done:
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Of course, as soon as I finish it and find my camera. I may just have to get a new one.
pazz1001's avatar
How many parts is it?
DaiShiHUN's avatar
Around officially 602, mine (on the picture) has some extras so I'd think it is around 630.
tri-edge1278's avatar
what did you do for the fur part it looks really good
DaiShiHUN's avatar
basically ive made parts that resemble grass skirts, by putting a row of small cuts on a part, then glued them on so the strips left dangling overlapped the next part under them. after this it was only a matter of making them a bit unruly
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AngaelWingsStudent General Artist
hey can you make the terminator head a papercraft mask? that be so cool!
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