WhiteRakogis's Builds

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WhiteRakogis's Builds

Postby WhiteRakogis » 28 Feb 2016, 21:25

So, I figured I should make a thread to show off a few of my favorite finished papercraft builds. Most of my builds are Pokemon and Digimon (but Digimon isn't Nintendo, so I won't post them here).

Palkia by Paperpokes
PalkiaSmall.jpg


Arceus by Sabi
ArceusSmall.jpg


Scolipede by Javierini
ScolipedeSmall.jpg


(Mega) Lucario by Paperpokes
LucarioSmall.jpg


I have pictures of a lot more of my models, including some models I designed myself (and higher-res versions of these pictures) on my DeviantArt page, http://rakogispapercraft.deviantart.com.
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Re: WhiteRakogis's Builds

Postby FinalSmash » 29 Feb 2016, 16:24

They all look really nice! You did an amazing job on Palkia and Arceus.

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Re: WhiteRakogis's Builds

Postby Byte2222 » 29 Feb 2016, 22:33

Those are some pretty nice builds :thumbup:. The folding and smooth surfaces are really well done - I've seen some people struggle to keep the smooth surfaces tidy. Do you use Pepakura because I think it has an option to put colour on the tabs (which would eliminate the problem with white lines at the joints). Sorry, I'm nitpicking - they're still some great builds and it would be great to see some of your other work
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Re: WhiteRakogis's Builds

Postby WhiteRakogis » 04 Mar 2016, 23:58

Thanks!

I do use Pepakura. I tried using the outline padding on a couple models some time back, but didn't really find it helpful. The edge of the color not matching up with the edge of the tab made some parts end up more crooked. Thanks for the tip, though.

Here are a few more of my finished builds - all from Paperpokes.

DialgaSmall.jpg


MawileSmall.jpg


LugiaSmall.jpg
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