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Ram's Head Papercraft

By Gedelgo
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Another one for my collection of paper hunter's trophies. It's about 40cm tall (life sized) and a very easy build. The model is remixed from this thing.

Download the pdf or pdo here - feel free to make your own!
You can also try this mirror if Google is giving you trouble.

Note: There's a number of people selling this pattern. I'm not associated with any of them. If you pay someone to mail you a pre-cut pattern then none of that money reaches me. (If you pay someone to email you the pdf then you're an idiot)
Image details
Image size
1600x952px 440.21 KB
Make
LGE
Model
Nexus 5
Shutter Speed
1/31 second
Aperture
F/2.4
Focal Length
4 mm
ISO Speed
384
Date Taken
Apr 26, 2015 11:21:27 AM -06:00
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© 2015 - 2021 Gedelgo
Comments14
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REXMUNDI123's avatar
which pages do i print on which color paper?
TRAMP-SHIT's avatar
what size paper is correct for this one?
its pretty neat
eyeslikeheaven's avatar
where are the folding instructions?
Donkoku's avatar
Ruuky's avatar
Thanks dude! I'll use it for a cosplay project ♥ 
uzita's avatar
PLEASE PLEASE , I wish your papercraft but I can not download it , I get an error , please as I can get it?
Gedelgo's avatar
You're not the only one having trouble with drive :shrug: or :dunno: . Here's a mirror.
leoinsunza's avatar
Hi, how do I know which part is each one? I don't know how to start putting all together.
indigocrimson's avatar
Thank you! I have a question- what is the best order to glue the pieces? (e.g.- horns, first row etc.)
Gedelgo's avatar
I'd do the face then horns then neck. The back should be the last bit and leaves you lots of room to get your hands inside.
goncalocamboa's avatar
Hi! 

First of all, that's a really good job! well done

And I'd like to ask you one thing: When folding/scoring how do you do to avoid ink to break on the edges, like here (imgur.com/a/5A6Kv), or do you paint the papercraft afterwards? 
Gedelgo's avatar
Thanks.

My models are the colour of the paper they're printed on, so I don't get that problem. For your projects you might want to use thinner paper. It looks like your models are pretty small. You should be able to get away with regular printer paper and no scoring at all.
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