Nice. Well I download it just after I replay yesterday, al ready view the PDO of the papecraft and it's already finish and placed on my car hehe X) Thanks anyway. I'll see if upload a photo to show how it looks
I'm planning on making one of these myself. I downloaded the .pdf file, but I was wondering how to go about it. Are there instructions anywhere on how to do it, or does it just become apparent when you jump into it? Did you use the "lines" version or the "no lines" version for this one? Also, I saw in an earlier comment that you used toothpicks. Were those for some sort of support or did you use them as a tool?
I'd appreciate any tips and pointers you can give me. Thank you. :]
It's been quite a while since I did this, but I'll help to the best I can. I used the lineless version. As for instructions, just work on it page by page, in the order given. I used a toothpick to put glue on more precisely. I put glue on the tips, and apply it to the area where I'm going to glue. The build isn't too hard, and closing it shouldn't be too hard either. Have you built a model before?
Sorry for the late reply. I've been a little busy. Thanks for responding. No, I haven't really built a model before, and the only papercrafts I've done were very simple. But I'm generally very meticulous in the things I do. So I think I'll be able to pull it off. Thanks for the advice. If I have any questions, I hope you won't mind if I ask you once I start it.
Well stick with it. The way I see projects, it's like this... Hype all ready to do this -> The gravity of the work sets in, and hype quickly disappears -> Work -> Repeat -> Almost there... ->Done! After the hype, you really need to stick it. But I'll be here for any questions, and I check my deviant regularly. So, good luck!
Wow, that's amazing! Everything's so accurate. The only thing I'd complain about is how the eyes are so pixelated. Maybe you can at least go over them with a black marker. Why would you settle for low quality eyes for such an amazing project? They could have simply been recreated in the most basic of image editing. They ARE just triangles. But other than that, it looks amazing.