24 January 2011


453 / CROAGUNK- Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Croagunk
Type: Poison/Fighting
Species: Toxic Mouth Pokémon
Height: 0.7 m (2′04″)
Weight: 23.0 kg (50.7 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Whenever its middle finger glows purple, it appears to be channeling its poison via its skin and onto its hand to use its Poison moves. Fluid squeezed from its finger, although poisonous, is a significant ingredient in remedies for lower-back pain. It evolves into Toxicroak starting at level 37.

Height: 17.0 cm/ 6.7 in
Width: 17.6 cm/ 6.9 in
Depth: 12.3 cm/ 4.8 in
Pages: 5
Pieces: 41
Level: Medium
Designer: PMF
Photo: PMF
NOTES: Croagunk is a simple model, but it is kinda hard to close since you can't really close it at the feet. I'd recommend closing it at the middle of the back, just leave the pieces open until you need to close it.

Start by building the head, then the arms and the legs. Finally, just attach all the pieces together by building the body.

Download: A4 / Letter


zeldableachlover said...

wow, your doing so many papercrafts ur running out of ink o.O thats impressive

thirteenfury said...

What do you mean by that? The colors on this model look fine to me. Besides, computer monitors run on the RGB color model, while standard printers use CMYK color modeling. And then there's the Pantone color modeling for printing presses. So colors are never going to look exactly the same on the screen, on computer paper, or on "professional" printmaking paper. Maybe try adjusting the color scheme for your monitor? *shrug*

Anonymous said...

box toad. hehe.


I did run out of ink on this one, you can see the printer skipping lines on the paper.

trash said...

Great job PMF! I needed a laid back model after all those Legendarys.

thirteenfury said...


Ah ok. Sorry! I didn't really see the difference with the lines until I looked more carefully at the full-size photo. I guess if I noticed it before, I probably thought the striated lines were part of the template and not low ink.

Speaking of ink, do you have any recommendations on what sort of printer ink to use (commercial brands in particular)? And how long would you recommend letting the paper air-dry before handling it with scissors/craft knives--or is using a hairdryer even a good option for faster drying times?