13 September 2010


590 / FOONGUS - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Foongus (Tamagetake)
Type: Grass/Poison
Species: Mushroom Pokémon
Height: 0.2 m (0′08″)
Weight: 1.0 kg (2.20 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Tamagetake is a small mushroom with a cap that looks like a Pokéball. As such, trainers has to be careful when picking up lost Pokéball in the forest since they could catch a Tamagetake instead

Height: 11.9 cm/ 4.7 in
Width: 13.7 cm/ 5.5 in
Depth: 13.7 cm/ 5.5 in
Pages: 3
Pieces: 18
Level: Easy
Designer: PMF
Photo: Brandon
NOTES: Tamagetake is pretty easy. Build the body, taking care to build the arms along the way and close it at the top. Then glue the nose right below the eyes. Finally build the cap and glue it on top of the body. Shiny now included.

Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

First thought. "What the hell?" loll. But he's so ubber KAYOOUTTEES! :]
i just want to munch on him. loll
great jobs guys. i have yet another one to build on my list.

bated15 said...

Wasn't expecting this so soon! Awesome job as always ;)

Anonymous said...

What a nice surprise!! How did you guys get this up so soon??

thirteenfury said...

Thanks guys! I haven't been to Bulbapedia in a while, so I missed the announcement that he was a new Pokemon. I'm really excited for another mushroom Pokemon; I love fungi monsters!

Anonymous said...

how do you make it stand with that huge pokeball thing on top of him?

PMF said...

The model will stand if the cap is well centered. Putting a penny (1 cent) or some small weight in the body can help too.

Anonymous said...

What a CUUUUUUTIE though I believe the pink "nose" is actually a mouth

00Rubychan00 said...

Wow, the first papercraft I've done (lolz)

It was a little tough to do the cap (the bottom) and then glue the top, but it was really fun! And you all do so well on these papercrafts, I wanna do mudkip next :D

Keep up the awesome work!


I'm thinking about making him soon once i'm finish with my aron.It looks simple.

Anonymous said...

I have Pepakura viewer 3, but I tried both the letter version and the A4 version doesn't work. Could you tell me why?

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Anonymous said...

can somebody tell me the tools to maake this and how it looks so perfect- no pieces sticking out gluing etc

this is the only paper craft that will look good with my black and white printer

Brandon said...

Tools are usually a thing of preference, really. I use scissors and Aleene's Tacky Glue for the basic stuff, as well as colored pencils to color the white edges.
In this case, it sounds like you'd only need one pencil, if you only have one color besides white.

How clean the craft turns out is pretty much dependent on how much time you take and your experience level though.

Annie said...

Hi there, this is the first ever pokemon paper craft I've ever done and I'm struggling with the body, any advice? Thanks



I'd suggest you to try the Pepakura Viewer program, in each pack, we offer a pdo file that you can use as a "3d instruction manual".

Beside that, read the FAQ or look at the pictures, it could help you a little.

Annie said...

Okay, I'll sure have a look. Thanks for the help :)


Anonymous said...

This was the first paper model I ever built! It looks great!

Flareon4ever said...

Aawwwww, bless, isn't he cute?
But like, isn't there another mushroom pokémon out already?