26 April 2011


462 / MAGNEZONE - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Magnezone
Type: Steel / Electric
Species: Magnet Area Pokémon
Height: 1.2 m (3′11″)
Weight: 180.0 kg (396.8 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Magnezone and its evolutionary line have twelve resistances and one immunity, making them the most resistant Pokémon to date. With the addition of Magnet Rise, which makes them immune to Ground-type attacks for a short period of time, their only double weakness is negated. If frightened, Magnezone will discharge electricity uncontrollably. It evolves from Magneton via level-up in Mt. Coronet. It is the final form of Magnemite.

Height: 16.5 cm / 6.5 in
Width: 22.8 cm / 9.0 in
Depth: 24.9 cm / 9.8 in
Pages: 7
Pieces: 53
Level: Medium-Hard
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Skeleman
NOTES: Build from the top down, following the numbers. Be sure to attach the magnets to the side before attaching the band that wraps around them. Other than that it's a pretty linear build.

Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

Looks like something from "Monsters vs Aliens" loll.

Anonymous said...

Very cool looking model. I didn't know that these are the most resistant pokemon, so thanks for the fun fact. :) On another note, when will piplup be coming out? I want to make it for a friend's birthday, which is coming up. Good work with this model! Please keep making the poke-models!! :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks guys, another point added to the awesome score.

@Brandon, your designs are pretty awesome, and the models you create are on point, but I was wondering why the lineless models compared to the old pdfs are different? Like the color tends to stray off unto the taps which makes it difficult to do the lineless models, since you can't really tell which each point clearly meets. Just a odd thing I noticed recently. Sorry if I offended you, in any way! >_<


We added the coloring to the tabs since alot of people requested for it.
Yes, it's a little harder to clearly see where the lines should be but it greatly helps to make the white lines disappear when building the model.

Anonymous said...

ahs, I see. Thanks for responding. ^__^ The only solution now is to figure out a way to overcome the problem for me at least. loll.



When making a lineless model, I usually fold the tabs and it really helps to look at the pdo when marking the lines for the fold.

On the other hand, it also helps to have thr unlocked pdo :P


Anonymous said...

Unlocked pdo? May I access that? loll. I really adore your models, and I refuse to build any pokemon models from anyone else, loll. I guess you have a loyal customer eh? But thanks for the building tip, I tried using a ruler while studying the lined pdf, but I failed miserably, epic fail at trying to go green, lol. I'll have to try that tip on Milotic though. ^__^

Anonymous said...

A alittle question, is necessary to glue the ring to it or it'll stand by it's own, like Bronzong?

Brandon said...

The ring around the body is aesthetics, not really stability. That's just how it appears in the art. As long as you position the horseshoe magnets correctly, it can balance on the tips of those.

Dralcax said...

Erm... The magnets should be attached to the smaller round bodies, not both to the main body. It's really bugging me.