17 May 2010


342 / CRAWDAUNT - Pokémon Papercraft
Type: Water / Dark
Species: Rogue Pokémon
Height: 1.09 m (3′07″)
Weight: 159.2 kg (72.3 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Crawdaunt are extremely aggressive Pokémon that will bully others enough to drive them away from their homes, exhibiting behavior similar to Whiscash.Its nature also means that Crawdaunt is prone to challenge other living things to battle, and it loves to do so. Crawdaunt molts its shell regularly, and immidiately after its shell is soft and tender. Until the shell hardens, Crawdaunt hides in its streambed burrow to avoid attack from its foes. It evolves from Corphish starting at level 30.

Height: 25 cm/9.8 in
Width: 22.2 cm/ 8.7 in
Depth: 30.4 cm/12 in
No. of Pages: 6
No. of Pieces: 54
Level: Medium
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Brandon
NOTES: Just build the top and bottom separately, closing each piece at the middle. After both are built, end by connecting them. Attach the star to the forehead whenever possible. Build the legs before completing the bottom section of the body, and put them into the space before attaching the ring labeled B3.

Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

Is it able to stand up on its own or should I put a counterweight in the tail? In the picture it looks like its front claws are leaning on the case. Other than that it looks like another great build!

Brandon said...

Counterweight is suggested, yes. Even with the claws, it does need a little help to support it still.

Carnilmo said...

I forgot yesterday was Monday! Downloading Crawdaunt right now! Can't wait to build a red poké (all the ones I do seem to be green or blue...)
Amazing work!

Uriel said...

¡¡¡¡WOW¡¡¡¡ looks incredible, thanks again guys for another excelent pokemon.

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Anonymous said...

For the counter weight, what do you use? Do you use paper or some random stuff like toothpicks?

Brandon said...

I would suggest a coin or two. If you're able to figure out the best point to counter the imbalance (in this case, putting weight in the tail) less weight is needed.
As you can see though, I just found it easier to elevate the small claws a little for this one.

Anonymous said...

How do you open a PDO file? for the instructions. I can't open it.

Unknown said...

esta chévere pero seria mejor si se hubiera creado corpish.