29 August 2016


299 / NAME - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Nosepass
Type: Rock
Species: Compass Pokémon
Height: 1.0 m (3′03″)
Weight: 97.0 kg (213.8 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Nosepass is a blue, angular bipedal Pokémon that closely resembles the Easter Island Heads. The red triangular nose is highly magnetic, functioning as an electromagnet, always pointing North. It aso stops Nosepass from coming near each other, since they would repel themselves. The magnetism is stronger during the winter. It has arms and legs without any visible joints and small, circular holes on the undersides. Its arms resemble compass needles. The eyes are covered by dark, somewhat mask-like markings, have the appearance of being closed. They live in caves and use the electromagnetism to sraw iron objects to its body when in danger and to capture prey. They only moves a little over 3/8 of an inch each year.

Height: 14.5 cm / 5.7 in
Width: 25.8 cm / 10.1 in
Depth: 14.8 cm / 5.8 in
Pages: 5
Pieces: 28
Level: Easy
Designer: LuIS
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Start the model at the top of the head and close at the bottom. Make sure to be cereful and follow the instructions around the nose, that's the hardest part. You can either glue the arms or use magnets to hold them in place. Must fold lines are indicated in green. Once the legs have been built, palce them on a flat surface in a position that resembles the pdo, put glue on top of them and place the body, leaving it still to dry. Numbers and further instructions on the pdo.

Download: A4 / Letter

26 August 2016


158 / TOTODILE - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: TotodileType: WaterSpecies: Big Jaw PokémonHeight: 0.6 m (2'00″)Weight: 9.5 kg (20.9 lbs.)Interesting Facts: Totodile are very powerful especially underwater. They have very powerful jaws and have a bad habit of biting anything they see. So better not turn your back on a Totodile. They, however, are always ready for a laugh and are very playful. Evolves into Croconaw then to a Feraligatr.

Height: 14.9 cm / 5.8 in
Width: 11.6 cm / 4.5 in
Depth: 11.6 cm / 4.5 in
Pages: 3
Pieces: 42 + Optional base
Level: Easy
Designer: LuIS
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Start at the top of the mouth, building the nose first and the head around it. Be careful with the fingers, they are the hardest part, I really suggest tweezers to build them. Glue the details before closing at the tip of the tail. You can either build the base of use weight inside to make it stand, keep in mind that it took me some weight for it to stand, just add it a little bit at a time and place on a flat surface to see if it stands. Further instructions and numbers at the pdo.

Download: A4 / Letter

29 June 2016


219 / MAGCARGO - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Magcargo
Type: Fire/Rock
Species: Lava Pokémon
Height: 0.8 m (2′07″)
Weight: 55.0 kg (121.3 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Magcargo is a limbless, snail-like Pokémon consisting almost entirely of bright red magma. Its oval eyes are large and yellow with small pupils, and extend upward from its head. It has a bulbous snout and a wide mouth, with two drops of magma dangling from each side of its upper jaw. Magcargo's back is protected by a gray, spherical shell composed of hardened, but brittle magma, forming irregular lumps and plates. A streak of fire leaks from the side of its shell. Magcargo's lower body is amorphous and covered in bubbles of magma.

Height: 15.1 cm / 6.0 in
Width: 19.0 cm / 7.5 in
Depth: 11.9 cm / 4.7 in
Pages: 5
Pieces: 38
Level: Medium
Designer: Brandon
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Start with the top of the head, working down and back. Be a bit careful with the shell and the attachment point between the shell and body. Shell and body are separate pieces and need to be closed separately, on the flat piece. Pieces are numbered as well, per usual.

Download: A4 / Letter

16 June 2016


650 / CHESPIN - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Chespin
Type: Grass
Species: Spiny Nut Pokémon
Height: 0.4 m (1′04″)
Weight: 9.0 kg (19.8 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Chespin is a bipedal, mammalian Pokémon. It has a light brown front with dark brown arms and three triangular markings on its face. There is a tough, green shell covering its back, which extends from its head to halfway down its tail. There is a small, off-center hole in the shell on the back of Chespin's head. The shell can protect Chespin from powerful attacks. Around the face, the shell has four leaf-like spikes, and one split into three parts on the back of its head. These quills are typically soft, but Chespin can stiffen them and use them for attack as well. Chespin's oval eyes are brown, and it has a triangular red nose and rodent-like incisors. Its arms have three fingers, while its feet have two long claws. The visible part of its tapered tail is orange. Despite having a curious nature that tends to get it in trouble, Chespin keeps an optimistic outlook and does not worry about small details.

Height: 16.4 cm / 6.5 in
Width: 9.8 cm / 3.9 in
Depth: 12.8 cm / 5.0 in
Pages: 3
Pieces: 43
Level: Medium
Designer: LuIS
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Start with the top of the head, working down. Be a bit careful with the spikes and such. Close at the feet. Pieces are numbered as well, per usual.

Download: A4 / Letter

10 May 2016


086 / SEEL - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Seel
Type: Water
Species: Sea Lion Pokémon
Height: 1.1 m (3′07″)
Weight: 90 kg (198.4 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Seel is a pinniped Pokémon with a thick hide covered in bluish white fur. It has a pale tan maw with a large tongue, and tusks on the lower jaw. It has black eyes and nose, that can close while it swims. The horn on the top of the head is used alongside with the tusks to bore through ice floes. It has two flippers on the chest and two on the tail, which resemble a waterspout when raised. It lives on frigid ocean waters. The warm fur and thick hide allow it to swim in cold waters up to -40ºF. It thrives in these cold environments, becoming more active as the temperature drops. It sleeps during the day and hunt under the ice in the late day and evening hours. While a graceful swimmer, it is awkward and struggles to move on dry land.

Height: 16.0 cm / 6.3 in
Width: 18.1 cm / 7.1 in
Depth: 19.6 cm / 7.7 in
Pages: 4
Pieces: 34
Level: Easy
Designer: LuIS
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Start with the top of the head. Build the mouth around the tongue.Glue the nose and teeth as soon as the numbers get to them, so you can apply pressure from the inside. Close at the indicated place.

Download: A4 / Letter

25 April 2016


181 / AMPHAROS - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: AmpharosType: ElectricSpecies: Light PokémonHeight: 1.4 m (4' 7")Weight: 61.5 kg (135.6 lbs)Interesting Facts: Ampharos gives off so much light that it can be seen even from space. People in the old days used the light of this Pokémon to send signals back and forth with others far away. It evolves from Flaaffy starting at level 30. It is the final form of Mareep.

Height: 18.9 cm / 7.4 in
Width: 13.2 cm / 5.2 in
Depth: 11.1 cm / 4.4 in
Pages: 3
Pieces: 35
Level: Medium-Easy
Designer: Brandon
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Start at the head and close at the feet. Glue the head details as you go. Further instructions included on the template.

Download: A4 / Letter

15 April 2016


211 / QWILFISH - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Qwilfish
Type: Water/Poison
Species: Balloon Pokémon
Height: 0.5 m (1′08″)
Weight: 3.9 kg (8.6 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Qwilfish is a sea dwelling Pokemon with a spherical body and a flat tail. The upper half of the body is dark green and the lower is light yellow. The tail also contains a mix of these two colors, with green teal dots on the center. The eyes are even with the body and always seen slanted angrily. Below the eyes are pink lips. All around the body it has sharp, conical spikes, which evolved from scales overtime. In order to attack it drinks 2.6 gallons of water to inflate its body, using the water presure to shoot poisonous quills at its foe. Due to the round body, it is not a great swimmer, and when filled with water it gets even worse.

Height: 11.2 cm / 4.4 in
Width: 15.6 cm / 6.1 in
Depth: 21.2 cm / 8.3 in
Pages: 3
Pieces: 28
Level: Easy
Designer: LuIS
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Start at the top of the head and build it gluing the tail, spikes and mouth as you go and before closing, Make sure to have the lower spikes in a same plane, so they balance the model. You can either close with a the flat or the round piece. Needs a coin inside to stand.

Download: A4 Letter