15 March 2010

SKIPLOOM (Happy St. Patrick's Day!)

188 / SKIPLOOM - Pokémon Papercraft
Type: Grass / Flying
Species: Cottonweed Pokémon
Height: 0.6 m (2'00")
Weight: 1.0 kg (2.2 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Much like Hoppip, Skiploom needs a gust of wind to get itself airborne. It flies using its flower as a propeller. The bloom on top of its head open and closes as the temperature fluctuates up and down and its flower blossoms when the temperature rises above 64°F (18°C). Because of this it is sometimes used as a thermometer. Skiploom spreads its petals to absorb as much sunlight as possible. It also floats in the air to try to get closer to the sun. When it rains, this Pokémon closes its flower and immediately hides under the shade of a tree to avoid getting wet. It evolves from Hoppip starting at level 18, and evolves into Jumpluff starting at level 27.

Height: 13.9 cm/5.6 in
Width: 21.0 cm/ 8.3 in
Depth: 17.7 cm/7.0 in
No. of Pages: 8
No. of Pieces: 28
Level: Medium
Designer: PMF
Photo: Skelekitty
NOTES: Join each of the body pieces together from the top of the head downward, inserting in ears, arms and tail as you go. Close body at the bottom and then glue body onto feet. Use stick glue to attach top-side and bottom-side of each petal - this ensures that there is no bubbling/wrinkling of the paper. Then gently curl the double-sided petals around the edge of a table, before attaching it to the center part of the flower - bending the petal upwards at that center tab-join.

Download: A4 / Letter


Amigodtodo said...

esta muy bonito e interesante este modelo
this very nice and interesting model

Anonymous said...

The "Easy" label/tag on this post is wrong.

PMF said...

fixed, now the model became harder to build :P

Elizabeth Prytherch said...

Can you please make it easier to build? I'm just starting out with paper crafts and i want an easy but cute one to build and this is one of the cutest pokemon ever