26 April 2011


081-082 / MAGNEMITE & MAGNETON - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Magnemite & Magneton
Type: Electric/Steel
Species: Magnet Pokémon
Height: 0.3-1.0 m (1′0″-3'03")
Weight: 6.0 - 60.0 kg (13.2 - 132.3 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: The magnetic units on Magnemite's body create electromagnetic waves that allow it to defy gravity and that can potentially disrupt various electrical equipment. The faster the units at its sides rotate, the greater the magnetic force they generate. However, it becomes incapable of flight if its internal electrical supply is depleted. Magnemite usually attack by using electrical attacks such as Thunder Wave and Zap Cannon. Magnemite can also focus magnetic energy into a homing-attack known as Magnet Bomb.

Height: 10.1 cm / 4.0 in
Width: 19.9 cm / 7.8 in
Depth: 8.0 cm / 3.1 in
Pages: 3 (9)
Pieces: 19 (57)
Level: Easy
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Skeleman

NOTES: Pretty straightforward one. Build from the top down, attaching screw along the way. Magnets can attach either at the end or just before closing. If you want Magneton, just build three and attach them.
It may be useful to reference some of the art across the games, since Magneton's design varies slightly per each game.

Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

OOOOoooooo im making this!
i always thought this was a weird evolution
nonetheless awesome pokemon and awesome paperpoke

Anna Fawkes said...

Made this for my teacher, acually i just finished it, I better teach my new magnemite First Imoression, even if thats not a move, this better put me on Mr. Jones good side. >O< <<<<< Yay a magnemite! Great job Brandon! And awesome model you made Skeleman, yours doesnt have any lines from paper sticking up, mine does, luckly no tabs showing

Anonymous said...

My somewhen in the future to do list:
get a magnet,
make a magnemite,
put the magnet within it,
pray that the weight of the magnets I gut in the magnets won't make the paper be weakened.

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