16 May 2011


379 / REGISTEEL - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Registeel
Type: Steel
Species: Iron Pokémon
Height: 1.9 m (6′03″)
Weight: 205.0 kg (451.9 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: The top-half of Registeel's body is spherical and gray with a black stripe running down where its "face" is. Registeel's face consists of seven dots in a hexagon formation. Registeel has black arms with three fingers each. Registeel has cylindrical legs. While Registeel has been classified as a Steel-type Pokémon, its body is actually made of a material that is actually harder than any known metal on this planet. Registeel's body has also shown some flexibility as well.

Height: 19.0 cm/ 7.5 in
Width: 17.5 cm/ 6.9 in
Depth: 24.4 cm/ 9.6 in
Pages: 7
Pieces: 77
Level: Medium
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Skeleman
NOTES: Not hard but more difficult than it may look because so much of it is rounded. Also be careful when attaching the arms, fingers, and legs so that their placement in accurate.

Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

WHOA. it's so shinyyy..!

Anonymous said...

I was so shoked when I saw this awesome model!!! P.S.: where do you keep your awesome papercraft??

Anonymous said...


torterra2234 said...

awesome model, im not a big fan of the golems but im suddenly getting the urge to make this, thankyou paperpokes.

Anonymous said...

There is only one word to describe this-


PandaSniffer said...

In the words of my boyfriend:

"I have no idea what that is...but YOU MUST BUILD HIM!!"

Great job with registeel!

Anonymous said...

On lineless models, how do you know for sure when you should score or emboss? I've always had that issue, where I'll build a model, and notice that either it didn't need to be scored or it should have been embossed.

thirteenfury said...

I think you'd only have to score and emboss if A) you wanted to do a "rough" model instead of a smooth one; or B) the model has parts with sharp angles/edges even when built smooth. Little stuff that look like gems could be embossed too, ex. Registeel's red dots. Oh, and scoring tabs so that they fold and attach to adjacent pieces better.

JohnR said...

Hey, I'm kinda new to this, and I was wondering what the fold lines on the feet are for? I looked at the model in Pepakura, and it showed that the feet are flat, but it still says you should fold them in a mountain fold. I understand that since I'm new I probably shouldn't be building a medium (I've only built two easy models) but I just want to know for when I do build this one. Thanks!


you dont have to score/fold all the lines, if it doesnt seem relevant to you or it is on a flat part, you can skip the folding.