14 March 2011


437 / BRONZONG - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Bronzong
Type: Steel/Psychic
Species: Bronze Bell Pokémon
Height: 1.3 m (4′03″)
Weight: 187.0 kg (412.3 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Bronzong looks like a big blue-green bell with two arms coming out of its sides. It has eyes at the bottom of its hollow body and a yoke attached at the top. Its face can be best described as being of a "Totem Pole" design. It has the power to summon rain clouds which earned it the nickname, bringer of plentiful harvests. It has powerful Psychic powers that enable it to use moves like Confusion, Extrasensory, and Hypnosis. It can also use Steel attacks like Gyro Ball.

Height: 16.2 cm/ 6.4 in
Width: 26.2 cm/ 10.3 in
Depth: 10.3 cm/ 4.1 in
Pages: 5
Pieces: 23
Level: Easy
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Brandon
NOTES: Even though there are some thinner part, this craft is not difficult. Build the larger pieces of the body, and then work up closing the top with the flat light blue piece. Build the 'arms' in order by band, starting at 1 and closing with either side with the large flat pieces. The fit between the arms and body is tight enough so that it stays in place without glue, but you could glue it if you want. Close the entire body with either bottom; either the large, singular flat piece or the slightly more detailed indentation (pictured).

Download: A4 / Letter


thirteenfury said...

This is one of my favorite 4th Gen designs, but it's such a pain getting attacked by them constantly in Mt. Coronet. >.<

Btw, I've been meaning to ask what the initials in the ZIP/RAR files mean--such as "BEL" on Bronzong's filename. Are they shorthand for the type of Pokemon it is? Since "BEL" makes me think of "Bell" and one time I saw "MND", which I assume is "Mind".

Brandon said...

Well, people were getting the dl packs before they were released, so we had to do something to make the file names less standard. They're just kind of random characters tacked on the end.

leafeon4ever! said...

i dunno why but the texture on this reminds me of the pokeball box (inside) texture