Once again I have to give you a hand clap as modeling your own 2d model can be a bit tricky, but it seems you’ve pulled it off with this more complex model. I really like how you made it simple for a little kid to not lose any parts, but be able to attach it. It’s all in one piece from the looks of it and very nice. The model you presented here is blank, which is also great because it allows other people to make and draw and custom their own orc. Having it be free to use, and with the addition of crediting you, is a great way to spread your name out there, and maybe push you to build your own 2d model book in the future (I’ve seen some of those ). Unlike the skull, this one has those thick big lines around were to cut, and the fold lines are thinner. This helps quite a bit as it’s noticeable where to cut and won’t make things difficult.
Again the only downside to this is where the folds go. Having numbers around to show which part goes on top of which, and where it folds will help out a bit. It’s not necessarily needed, but it will help out for people that may not fully understand how/where things are needed to have the model completed. You don’t need instructions here though, I’m sure numbers will do. Again the glue label that you used in your key, could be also added to the grey areas in case the key is discarded after the model is cut out. It also saves woes and will speed up the process as they know what goes underneath another piece of the model.
Overall you’ve done an excellent job on this one. It tops your skull I have to say. The clothing is separated and adds some depth to it, giving the illusion it’s actually two pieces instead of one. The key on the left side where and what the lines means is really nice, and will help prepare those that are about to cut it out for their own pleasure. You make me want to make my own 3d paper model. ;D
Great job on this, and keep up the good work.