Sunday, September 25, 2016

Blog Update and September 2016 WIPs

So I finally got around to updating everything, all download links should be working now and have been transfered over to, no more BS with 4shared. Let me know if I messed up though and a download link is still broken.

Some older papercrafts have been removed due to being outdated and poorly made, others have received building tips and useful information.

If you'd like to view my Zelda WIPS, check them out on PaperZelda, will be updated in the next few days.

SH2 Pyramid Head (100%)

As you can see, my Pyramid Head papercraft from years ago is done and unfolded. If anyone is willing to testbuilt it, just comment below and I'll send it to you.

Banjo and Kazooie (80%)

While there are many Banjo Kazooie papercrafts out there, they all lack accuracy due to vertex color information being lost with normal n64 ripping methods. This is true for a lot of N64 Rare models, so many designers were forced to use flat colors that made them look very plain. But now thanks to Banjo's Backpack, accurate BK and BT papercrafts are possible.

Model editing is done, just needs to be unfolded. Comment you'd like to testbuild!

Chibi-Robo (10%)  

Editing would be relatively quick but won't be finished any time soon due to my main projects. Will look into getting the posed Smash 3ds trophy model.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Pokemon #276: Taillow

As shown from my previous WIP post years ago, here's that Taillow I finished but never released.

Taillow is a small bird Pokémon with dark blue feathers. A red marking with pointed tips stretches from its chest to its forehead, and it has a white underside. It has narrow brown eyes and a short yellow beak. It has elongated wingtips and black feet with yellow talons. Each foot has three toes facing forward and one backward. Two sharply pointed feathers form its tail.

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Comeback and PaperZelda Revival

It's been more than 3 years since I've updated my blog but I'm back now. I now see that some of download links are dead, they'll be updated in the next few days.


Even though all my papercrafts will be hosted here, in my eyes this is merely a side blog to post my Non-Zelda papercrafts. My Main focus for the time-being is:

The PaperZelda Revival!

Working along side with Paperlegend and Vincentmrl, we have some very big projects in the works so stay tuned.
That being said, I do still have some unreleased papercrafts that were completed years ago along with some new WIPs that have gained my interest. They'll be completed once I've finished with the majority of my workload for PaperZelda.

Saturday, June 29, 2013

NSMB Wii Buzzy Beetle

Thanks to stevieboy1 for testbuilding this craft!

Buzzy Beetles (or simply Buzzy) are turtle-like creatures with hard, outer shells that are often blue. Buzzy Beetles will hide in their shells if jumped on, and, like a Koopa Shell, can be kicked to eliminate more enemies. The shell of the Buzzy Beetle is strong enough to resist fireballs, and as such, they cannot be defeated by fire. In a way, they are the polar opposite of the Spinies; enemies who are immune to jumps, but vulnerable to fireballs. 
Buzzy Beetles later reappear in the sequel, New Super Mario Bros. Wii. In World 6-3, a big group of Buzzy Beetles can be seen on the ceiling, and will fall on Mario and the group, as they did in Super Mario Bros. 3. In both games, Buzzy Beetles hop to the electronic vocal "bah" in the background music. They also appear in 8-1, and these ones don't walk off ledges, unlike normal Buzzy Beetles, mainly because they walk of ledges that lead to a body of lava. Kamek may also transform blocks into them during his boss fight in the World 8-Fortress. Spike Tops also reappear again. However, the most notable appearance is the reappearance of Para-Beetles who have not been seen since The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, and a new sub-species called Heavy Para-Beetle. They only appear in World 7-6. 

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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

I'm not dead.

So yeah..just wanted to say I'm still alive and making papercrafts. As you can see from this picture, I've finished and unfolded Kabula, Walf, Taillow, AND Odolwa. But I won't be releasing them anytime soon cause I realized it's not good to be releasing papercrafts without a testbuilt picture. And the next craft that I've decided I want to build is..
                                                         Silent Hill 2 Pyramid Head!
As you can see from the second picture, I've made some progess but I still have alot more work to do before I can acuatally unfold it. But no worries I promise Ill finish this and build, then trying to get into my normal routine of releasing crafts. stay tune for more updates!

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Animal Crossing: City Folk Mr. Resetti

Happy Groundhog Day everyone! Mr. Resetti is acuatally a mole, but you get the idea.

Mr. Resetti (リセットさん, Mr. Reset), also known as just Resetti, is a mole that appears in all the Animal Crossing series games. His job is to make sure the player saves. The more the player resets the game (or turns off the power without saving), the harsher he gets, so people must make sure that they save their game. Resetting the game too many times will lead to a "fake" reset. After resetting many times in Animal Crossing: Wild World he will talk about his cousin Vicious Vole Vinnie. His first name is revealed to be "Sonny" in Animal Crossing and Animal Crossing: City Folk by his calmer older brother Don Resetti. 

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Sunday, January 27, 2013

PM: TTD Koops + Koopa Recolors

Koops is a Koopa Troopa from Petalburg, and the second partner to join Mario's party in the game Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. Very much like Kooper from the original Paper Mario, Koops can retreat into his shell and use it as a weapon against foes, and Mario can also launch him at switches or distant objects to hit them or retrieve them. However, he differs from Kooper in that Mario can hold Koops' shell in place. 

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Koopa Paratroopas (also known as Parakoopas, Sky Troopas in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars, or simply Paratroopas), are Koopa Troopas with wings. They lose their wings when they are attacked in air, such as getting stomped or hurt by fireballs. They traditionally come in two varieties: Red Koopa Paratroopas usually fly up and down or side to side in a set path, while green Koopa Paratroopas often bounce in the player's general direction. Red Koopa Paratroopas first appear in World 1-3 of Super Mario Bros., while the green ones first appear in World 2-1 of the same game. However, some Paratroopas hover left and right, but in Super Mario Bros., World 7-2 has left/right Paratroopas. Their name comes from "paratrooper", a term used in the military to describe soldiers who parachute down to attack. 

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