08 February 2010

PLUSLE (Valentine's Day)


311 / PLUSLE - Pokémon Papercraft
Name:
Plusle
Type: Electric
Species: Cheering Pokémon
Height: 0.32 m (1'04")
Weight: 4.2 kg (9.3 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Plusle and Minun bear a remarkable resemblance to their "cousins" Pichu and Pikachu. Plusle creates electrical pom-poms from its forepaws and sparks from its body to cheer on its partners. Plusle is a cheerful and supportive Pokémon, always encouraging comrades in battle by using the spark pouches in its cheeks, it shorts out its body to create the crackling noises of sparks to show its joy. It is very compassionate towards its friends, and is known to cry upon witnessing a friend lose a battle. They are commonly referred to as cheerleaders for these actions. A Plusle may climb telephone poles to absorb electricity. It is not known to evolve into or from any other Pokémon.

THE PAPER MODEL
Height: 18.0 cm/7.1 in
Width: 16.6 cm/ 6.5 in
Depth: 8.9 cm/3.5 in
No. of Pages: 4
No. of Pieces: 33
Level: Medium
Designer: PMF and Brandon
Photo: Skelekitty
NOTES: Build by numbers. Pull the long strips of the head across the edge of a table to curl the paper - creating a smoother shape. Close model at one of the feet. Before you use super glue to attach the tail to the body, stand the model up and position the tail so that it acts like a stabilizer.

Download: A4 / Letter


10 comments:

Isabel said...

Again, just amazing... Thanks guys!!

mak867 said...

Happy Valentine's Day Paperpokes!

Guilbert said...

I love your models! Could you make Vespiquen? It would be amazingly difficult! Thank you!

Rita said...

total cuties!! as always a great spanking job ^^

PMF said...

I gotta admit, we really do some good spanking. lol well a spanking good job :P

Carnilmo said...

So cute! Plusle and Minun are the best duo. Thanks you guys!

And by the way, that "Z" pokémon scheduled for 4 weeks ahead couldn't be Zoroark of the 5th generation already, could it? Nah... it's probably Porygon-z, yeah.

Skelekitty said...

LOL! No, I think that was a typo with me falling asleep at the keyboard =p

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mattwasx said...

Ya i also saw the "Z" and was like no way their putting out a model for a pokemon that was just released. Also would just like to say that this is the best papercraft site on the net, keep up the good work.

Aosou-Kun said...

If it would interest anyone, there IS a Zoroark model in existance.
It's a lower quality than PaperPokes' models but you can find it on Papercraft Museum.

LeeDewyze said...

Do i need to add a wight on it's feet?