14 June 2010

VENUSAUR (Happy Father's Day)


003 / VENUSAUR - Pokémon Papercraft
Name:
Venusaur
Type: Grass / Poison
Species: Seed Pokémon
Height: 2.0 m (6′07″)
Weight: 100.0 kg (220.5 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Venusaur is the version mascot of both Pokémon Green Version and LeafGreen Version, appearing on the boxart of both. It evolves from Ivysaur starting at level 32. It is the final form of Bulbasaur.

THE PAPER MODEL
Height: 13.6 cm/5.4 in
Width: 17.7 cm/ 7 in
Depth: 30.6 cm/12 in
No. of Pages: 6
No. of Pieces: 52
Level: Easy
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Fezco
NOTES: Pieces are numbered, and some simple instructions are in the template. Just be sure to attach the tree trunk and leaves before closing the body, and it should be a pretty simple build.

Download: A4 / Letter

21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Finally cool papercrat thx good job :)

Anonymous said...

Wow this is incredible, now if only there was a Rayquaza

Kupo said...

Awesome job on the model, thanks for making it!

Anonymous said...

That's amazing! You guys are all so talented. You should make a paper craft of the starter Pokemon from the 5th gen..Here' so picture to see the volume of them..

http://pokemonblackandwhite.net/2010/06/12/tsutaaja-pokabu-and-mijumaru-ufo-plush-dolls/

heather said...

nice paper venusaur! just one question though where do you get your pokemon textures from?

Phillip said...

Can't tell you how happy I am to see a Venusaur model; my favorite pokemon from 1st gen!

Anonymous said...

I've already seen a Deoxys.
When it comes HERE?

Anonymous said...

So is there a PDO for this model?

PAPERPOKES said...

the PDO is in the download pack, just choose either A4 or Letter depending on your printer.

Anonymous said...

Nothing works on my computer, all i see are all kind of creepy symbols in word :(

Anonymous said...

I love this venusaur papercraft!
But I have a question. What is the difference between the first normal venusaur adobe acrobat lined document and the second normal venusaur adobe acrobat lineless document ? Do we have to stick the second one on the first one when we finished it? thanks!

Brandon said...

One has lines, one does not. You don't print both, only one of them. If you're just starting out papercrafting, you'll probably want to try the lined. But you can always just print the lineless and reference the lined version as well.

To get it to work, open it in Pepakura. It sounds like the default program you have set to open .PDOs is Word; it should be Pepakura Viewer instead. Check the FAQ for more info.

Moajiz said...

can i have instructions for this

Brandon said...

Read the notes, and refer to the pdo for anything beyond that. The pieces are numbered, just build them in order and it should go fairly smoothly. To see where and how each piece fits, open the pdo with Pepakura Viewer.

Anonymous said...

This was my first build, and I'm not going to lie it was pretty hard. The legs and the mouth specifically, also I would suggest giving yourself plenty more paper for gluing the stalk to the body. I'm really excited to start doing more of these to get better though.

Anonymous said...

if you dont mind some constructive critisism. i would maybe suggest doing a venusaur v2, maybe a more updated version like pkmn battle revolution or pokeded 3D. and maybe making it alittle larger so its sizable to blastoise you have aready.

Anonymous said...

Not being disrespectful or anything but I think you should make a Venusaur V2...

Brandon said...

We will be soon, it'll just have an M in its name.

Ryan Dawson said...

how do you do the mouth

Anonymous said...

the flowers trunk should be more broad

Anonymous said...

Hello, can author open the file so I can scale it maybe? I would like to make 'life size' Venusaur for my next project.