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HnKnA PaperCraft - White Joker by Larry-San HnKnA PaperCraft - White Joker by Larry-San
The ninth of the 15 bases for the Heart no Kuni no Alice paper craft series you'll see from me.

This is White Joker, a new character that debuts in the oneshot Joker no Kuni no Alice within the Heart no Kuni no Alice series. He is from the game Joker no Kuni no Alice.
I think he also turned out pretty cute when I folded him.

A whole bunch of parts were recolored from :icondesubunny: (DesuBunny's) various papercrafts.
Thanks a bunch!

Heart no Kuni no Alice (c) Quinrose.
This recolored model (c) me.
The parts from this recolored model (c) DesuBunny.


Notes:
- About the hat... Ok. This is gonna be a long one. To make his hat, pair up the triangular parts (1 to 5, 2 to 6, 3 to 7, and 4 to 8). Cut out the pairs one at a time and glue them together (back to back / white to white) after you're done. You should have four triangles now with no white showing. Cut out piece 9 and leave it on the side. There are two triangles that will have small glue tabs on the sides (1 and 5 / 4 and 8). These two are glued opposite of each other. Glue one of the triangular pieces with the glue tabs onto one of the triangular pieces without glue tabs (2 and 6 / 3 and 7). If you need to, use a scrap paper to reinforce the glue tab (it'll be hidden by 9). On the other side of the second triangular piece, glue on the other piece with the glue tabs. Reinforce. Glue on the last triangular piece (one without glue tabs), and reinforce if necessary. Now for the part that I had trouble on. Fold down the tabs on 9. After folding 9 (on the light gray lines) and applying glue, push 9 UNDER the hat with your finger. Do not push the piece so that it goes out of the square. If you need to readjust 9, use a toothpick or something small (pencil). I used a toothpick to flatten down the tabs under the hat. Then, use a pencil or something to curl the ends of the hat to make it look more like Joker's hat. The triangle with the small yellow diamond is the part that goes in front when you glue the finished hat on. To attach the hat, apply some glue on the edge and spread it around with a toothpick (so you're not left with a bunch of leftover glue).
- A tip when making his jacket... Cut out white part that's left over in the middle before you glue it together, or else you're going to be left with a part that's really hard to get off. Then glue it together at the junctions where the two sides are supposed to connect to the back.
- Make sure you glue the back of his longer shirt together (the triangles with the checkered pattern).


If you want to print the pattern out, you can copy and paste the downloaded image onto Microsoft Word (or a writing program) and make the image larger.

If you need help, you can leave a note for me or a comment on this page, or you can look at DesuBunny's tutorial: [link]


THIS SERIES IS FINALLY FINISHED. FINALLY.
The links lead to the pattern. The second link leads to the finished model.

Alice: [link] [link]
Peter: [link] [link]
Blood: [link] [link]
Elliot: [link] [link]
Tweedle Dee: [link] [link]
Tweedle Dum: [link] [link]
Boris: [link] [link]
Vivaldi: [link] [link]
Ace: [link] [link]
Julius: [link] [link]
"Mary Gowland": [link] [link]
Nightmare: [link] [link]
Pierce: [link] [link]
Gray: [link] [link]
Joker: [link] [link]


P.S. Sorry to DesuBunny and TheAmazingMorph 'cause I didn't ask them this time to use their papercraft bases this time. Sorry if I needed to ask again, but I figured that it would be OK since I asked the first time.
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Litle-Noa Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
i was afraid i was gonna ruin the hat but it looks good :p i've already made alice, peter and now joker(and another one from some site)
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Litle-Noa Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
have i mentioned that i love you?
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Dittly-Daddly Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Wait....Weres Black Joker?
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Dittly-Daddly Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Nice
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Mizumi28 Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
how do i print it??
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Larry-San Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2012
Right click (mouse) --> Copy image --> Open word document --> Paste --> Print.

or

Right click (mouse) --> Save image as... and save --> Open file from folder --> Print.


I think those will work. I print mine from a word document.
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Mizumi28 Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thanks!
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