26 October 2009

TOTODILE


158 / TOTODILE - Pokémon Papercraft
Name:
Totodile
Type: Water
Species: Big Jaw Pokémon
Height: 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.

THE PAPER MODEL
Height: 16 cm/6.3 in
Width: 13 cm/5.1 in
Depth: 18 cm/7.1 in
No. of Pages: 5
No. of Pieces: 45
Level: Medium
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Paperbuff
NOTES: The fingers can be quite fiddly the way most fingers can be. Just take your time to score and fold the fingers neatly and you should be okay. Build instructions and suggested build order are included in the template.

Download: A4 / Letter

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

very awesome :)

James Birdwell said...

So awesome, although the hands and tiny teeth is tough to make. First Pokemon papercraft I ever made. :D

Daniel said...

going well so far with this, but when trying to assemble their fingers I've been stuck.

I can not understand such as the shape of the fingers when trying to paste.

I will try again and finish it!

H said...

Hermoso! Gracias =)

Anonymous said...

A v2 with it sitting with its mouth wide open would be really cute

Anonymous said...

ok guys please be truthful, does this site have a virus??? I got something called security shield and even though i got rid of it i dont want to download more of these models (btw great job I'm almost done with this one) and get a bunch of viruses, if its not this one i suspect other things but i just want to be safe when i download another model, so does this site have any?

Brandon said...

This site doesn't have any viruses. If you don't believe that, then don't download the models, your choice. If you've been downloading program files that aren't widely known, they may not be legitimate though. I have no idea what the 'security shield' is, but there are some fake programs that have an appearance of an actual antivirus program.

Anonymous said...

How do you get rid of the white lines on them after making it?

Brandon said...

What I do is use colored pencils to color the edges after cutting the pieces. You could also use crayons, markers, anything to color it in. Just aim for a color slightly lighter than the piece, so it doesn't stand out for being too dark.

Anonymous said...

the hardest are the hand i had to print the page out 3 times!

Anonymous said...

It would be awesome with him dancing like he does in the anime! HE IS SO CUTE DANCING!