15 November 2010


443 / GIBLE - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Gible
Type: Dragon / Ground
Species: Land Shark Pokémon
Height: 0.7 m (2′04″)
Weight: 20.5 kg (42.5 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Gible hide in their holes and wait for prey to pass by. They occasionally hold dare competitions with each other which can put them in danger. When they bite, they hurt themselves out of clumsiness. It has been depicted in the anime that Gible licks people it is fond of, like a dog. It evolves into Gabite starting at level 24, which evolves into Garchomp starting at level 48.

Height: 12.0 cm/4.7 in
Width: 15.7 cm/ 6.2 in
Depth: 15.4 cm/6.1 in
Pages: 3
Pieces: 43
Level: Easy/Medium
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Brandon
NOTES: Build from the fin down, closing between the legs at the bottom. When attaching the jets to the head, put a somewhat large drop of glue onto the ends of the points on the head, so that it anchors on the inside of the jets. You also have the choice of notched fin or un-notched fin when building.
The only really difficult part about this are the jets- besides them, this craft is really simple. Just take care with the smaller parts and you should have no trouble.

Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

I can't get the feet to work.. I'm having trouble with the two small pieces on each foot any suggestions?

Brandon said...

You could try tweezers, though it is possible without them. If it's just that the tabs are too large, trim them back with a knife or some scissors.
If it's just that you can't quite get it into the right spot, you could also try some easier crafts and come back to this one.

Anonymous said...

How do I see the template for how to make it?

Brandon said...

Read the FAQ. It has everything you'll need to know to start you off.

Aly said...

Is "very" awesome.I love this pokemon.

NXK said...

is there any instruction or notes for it ? i am having trouble at the leg and jet parts

Anonymous said...

Ash's Gible...Poor Piplup...

Anonymous said...

I love how you textured the shadow over the eye with the shiny texture.

Anonymous said...

I would like to point out that the left arm (which is labelled "right arm") needs to be changed, vice versa.
The left arm fits better in the right arm slot, same with the right arm.