19 January 2009

POKEMON EGGS

POKEMON EGGS - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Egg
Type: ???
Species: ???
Height: 0.3 m (1'0")
Weight: 1.5 kg (3.3 lbs)
Interesting Facts: For breeding purposes, Pokémon can be classified into thirteen separate sub-groups: Bug, Ground, Dragon, Fairy, Human-Shape, Indeterminate, Mineral, Monster, Plant, Water A/B/C and No Egg.
This last breeding group of Pokemon includes all genderless Pokémon, baby forms of Pokémon, and Latias and Latios. And to produce an egg from one of these "No Egg" Pokemon, it can only be mated with a Ditto, so long as it is a Non-legendary and it is genderless.


THE PAPER MODEL
Height: 10 cm /3.94 in
Width: 9.1 cm /3.58 in
Depth: 9.1 cm /3.58 in
No. of Pages: 2
Level: Easy
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Skelekitty
NOTES: To build, glue the horizontal rings together (as opposed to the vertical joins) - starting from the top to the bottom.

Download: A4 / Letter

Texture Pack by Cap'N Biku: Download
Pack includes: Cyndaquil, Eevee, Elekid, Happiny, Mudkip, Pichu, Sentret, Teddiursa and Vulpix Eggs

20 comments:

Karka said...

The right one seems like a Yoshi's egg lol

I love you're papercrafts, you're the best ;)

Anonymous said...

do you have anoter egg?i just can dowload the togepi egg!!!

Anonymous said...

to me the one on the right looks like a digi-egg (digimon egg) :)

Anonymous said...

they look eggsellent! XD lol!

Cap'N Biku said...

Could you upload a lineless .pdo of the eggs? I have some textures for different pokemon eggs I'd like to build but I don't want lines on it

Brandon said...

If you go to Settings: Print Settings, and set it to print lines smoothly with transparency at 100%, that will make it lineless.
Like this.

Cap'N Biku said...

But that also affects the tabs and contours. but I guess I'll just have to print a score guide for the brighter eggs, tanks anyway

Brandon said...

Hmm, that's true. Here's the pack with both Letter and A4 lined.
Should have just done that earlier, it's not too difficult.

Cap'N Biku said...

Thanks dude, that's awesome :) If you want I could share my egg textures, they're not perfect, but they give a little more variety to the eggs

Anonymous said...

i did this but it looks way better if you dont fold anywhere, mines on my shelf :D

Peixe Palhaço OTK said...

Hi, people, I'm kinda new with that stuff of papercrafting, and I was looking for something easy to do and I found it. I did it, but I was just wondering if there's more textures of eggs and how can I download them. (I saw the texture pack, but i dunno how I use it XD)

Brandon said...

After opening the rar with the textures and extracting it, go to Setting: Texture Settings in Pepakura Viewer. From there, click "Specify texture Image" and find the texture you want to use.

Z said...

Could you post some more designs of eggs I found a bunch on bulbapedia

Z said...

or show us how that would be cool too. I would really apreciate it

Anonymous said...

wow, these are awesome, but can you explain to me how to make my own textures, id like to try it out, thanks

PMF said...

we can't explain all the process since you need to know a bit about CAD but you can learn how to change the textures on our faq page. http://paperpokes.blogspot.com/2007/02/frequently-asked-questions.html

you just need to make new textures and use those.

D-5toBACH-20-Sosa Estrada Xiomara Alejandra said...

I LOVE what you do!!!! :D i think i had discover my new hobby!! :D thanks guys before you, i cant understand how to do all this amazing things!!!

Anonymous said...

I'm a beginner and I don't really know how to do it...

Anonymous said...

hey love the eggs and would love to use the texture packs but i don't know how im kinda of a novice at paper crafting and was wondering how to do so thanks for the help and i would love to make the cyndaquil and elekid eggs

KPopSomeone said...

The second one looks like a Yoshi egg.