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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Vivi - Koburanco Figure

So after 3 days of photoshopping Vivi is done! Look at the result! I will make it downloadable after i got the "ok" from Kobico.co.nr !

Ok, i am allowed to give it out to you all. Please enjoy building it!

Download -> Vivi

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Winterkiller & Gothic Warrior

40 Minutes (20 each) of my life ^^

Thursday, January 28, 2010

FF 13 : Chances for papercrafters ?!

Surfing the internet i found this picture here. a japanese website was able to dump the ff 13 blueray disc and got model files!

As i said. If there is anyone who has the lightning file, contact me! I will build a lifesize model of her when i can get these files!

Robot Head

At the moment i work on the robots' head:

All in all the model works fine till now. i hope rikku will be as "easy" as the robot. i decided to build an extra pillar under the body of the robot. i dont think that the legs can take the whole structure...

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

A new part

Today i built this part of the Robot. It is the part Rikku will lay on later:

1 day more and we have this:

Friday, January 22, 2010

The poll is over!

You voted and the result is:

23% for Tidus
25% for Rikku
10% for Payne
64% for a non Final Fantasy Model

(why is it not 100% all together o_o ? Don't ask me)

The result is clear.

So I will think about what i will build next. Maybe it will be Transformers' Bumblebee. I started that model before i worked on Yuna and never finished it. Maybe this is the time to start were i break off.

If you expected a own non FF model i have to keep you wating. Maybe i will build one but that will take time ._. so at the moment i refer to existing models.

And for those who voted for the Final Fantasy Models: Don't cry! Not winning the poll doesn't mean i wont build them!

I asked myself which one i prefer but i can't decide. If anybody would ask right now i would say Rikku. (maybe that is why i build a smaller model of her on a robot right now^^)

Tidus would be great too. Cause as one of my followers said in the box: There can't be a Yuna without a Tidus, what i think is right.

Payne would be great too i guess. Even if she only got 10%. Kaizo would go crazy if i present him a 1 Meter Payne ^^ and if i would build Payne i would build Rikku too to get the trio completed!

Current Progress [January 22nd]

Ok this is how far i am with my current projects.

I have one side project; Vivi
And the bigger project ; Rikku [Machina Maw]

... and of course Yunas' Instructions!

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Little Bonsai

What a nice idea of Zerolabor ! Create your own bonsai =)

Sunday, January 17, 2010

FFX-2 Rikku [Machina Maw]

Ans here comes Rikku... on her dangerous looking Robot. This special "Robot Form" is also part of the Final Fantasy X-2 series. It is a special dress for Rikku.

This time it won't be a "big" project. Only 20 cm high. I don't really have many photos right now but stay tuned. I will post my progress with the model regularly!

Here is a first "test build" of the left shoulder pad:

And one more of the "backblasters":

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

What's Next ?

This is a page for all the stuff I currently have in my mind
The Hatters' Hat

I watched Alice in Wonderland (by Tim Burton) a few days ago and i was stunned. A world full of colours, strange people and unbelievable awesome things forced me to do this special papercraft item:

-This will be my first 100% selfmade Papercraft. There is no usable 3d model or anything out there so i created it myself in GoogleSketchup.

-Of course there is no texture as well. So i am currently creating one in Photoshop, what takes a couple of hours... stay tuned for further updates!


Rikku [Machina Maw]

klicking through the model files of FFX-2 i found this awesome robot form of Rikku.
I want it on my desk :)


Phantasy Star Portabe Girls

I have these models in my papercraft folder for a long ti
me. I definetely want to build them if i have time, cause they have a really nice, detailed look...

Emilia is done!


So this will be the "Non FF Model" for the poll i guess. I did a break with this model when i started working on Yuna. This is how far I am :

Sunday, January 10, 2010

FFX-2 Yuna [finished]

After spending a few extra hours this night Yuna is finally completed. I am very proud to present you a special video with a few pictures and the final result. All in all it was a very nice project. The hardest thing definetely was the head. The rest of the body was "easy".

It was my first own project. So I got a lot of experience about papercrafting with it, what is the most important fact of all, i think.

Thanks again to Kaizo for his tutorial video about the steps to a pepakura file. He was the one who made it possible for me to start this project.

I don't know yet if/when there will be an instruction. I am working on it at the moment.
I did a lot of confusing things, like working with 2 pepakura files and those stuff. So please give me time. I even don't know if everybody will be able to download it. It is kind of a special thing for me. We will see...

I decided to make Yuna downloadable. Cause when I thought about what papercrafting is about i came to the point that one of the main things of papercrafting is, to share your work with others. So please give me time. As written above I did a lot of confusing steps and i have to find a way to present it to you. (for those you ask when the release will be: It will take a few weeks i guess)

Saturday, January 9, 2010

Strawberry & gunner

please laugh:

(no, Yuna is not finished yet... head is not glued, no details - like the belt - are attached)

Friday, January 8, 2010

Tail finished

We now skip the "main body" and move on to the details. The first and biggest one is the
hair tail of Yuna. Not very hard to assemble, but it looks really great at the end. It gives
her that special thing i missed, when i looked at her before.

btw the first picture below is a tribute to ".Swift" from finalfantasyforums.net :)

Oh...and the pepakura file is done, too:

(78 pages)

Wednesday, January 6, 2010


1 month... 322 parts... 61 double layered parts... and tons of glue: