20 June 2011


298 / AZURILL - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Azurill
Type: Normal/Fairy
Species: Polka Dot Pokémon
Height: 0.2 m (0′08″)
Weight: 2.0 kg (4.4 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Azurill is a baby Pokémon. It's ball tail appears to be the biggest of its evolution family (but this is only due to Azurill's body itself being small) and it is large and bouncy and packed full of the nutrients essential for growth requirement. Azurill spins its tail as if it were a lasso, then hurls it - this momentum actually sends its body flying with the ball, too. Using this unique action, one of these Pokémon managed to hurl itself a record 33 feet. Azurill is one of only two Pokémon to change its type completely upon evolution, the other is Eevee. It evolves into Marill via happiness, who evolves into Azumarill starting at level 18.

Height: 20.0 cm/7.9 in
Width: 12.0 cm/ 4.7 in
Depth: 10.8 cm/4.3 in
Pages: 5
Pieces: 43
Level: Easy
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Skelekitty
NOTES: Build according to the numbers on the template. Use tweezers to construct the tail. join body to tail ball for stability. Before closing tail ball, insert a counterweight (such as a penny). The feet are detached to attach them where ever you like. Have fun.

Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

This is very nice. Would it be Ok if I built her without the tail ball and gave it as a gift to a friend who likes cute things?

Thank you


It would be ok. Honestly, do what you want, if you only want to build a foot, go ahead too :P

Anonymous said...

Eeep! I've been waiting for so long for this one! Thanks for making it! The second I'm able to print it out, I will be!

Anonymous said...

Does his bottom connect to his tail? Or is he just sitting on it?

Brandon said...

The black piece connects the two, but other than that they aren't actually connected.

Anonymous said...

Is it possible to build it not sitting on the ball?

Anonymous said...

Its type doesn't change completely because of the new Fairy type.

Unknown said...

Hello, I want to do this paper craft but at a bigger size. When I opened it on Photoshop to rescale, it asks me for a password ' ^ ' . Is it alright to ask for the password?