05 June 2011

POKEMON TRAINER


POKEMON TRAINER - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Pokemon Trainer
Species: Trainer
Height: 1.5 m (5′02″)
Interesting Facts: A person who raises Pokémon and trains them as partners in battle. In battle, a Trainer gives orders to the Pokémon and uses items. It's not an exaggeration to say battles can be won or lost on a Trainer's single strategic move. Trainers pour their hearts into their Pokémon and share anger, sadness, and joy as they adventure in hopes of becoming Pokémon Masters.

THE PAPER MODEL
Height: 18.2 cm/ 7.2 in
Width: 15.6 cm/ 6.1 in
Depth: 14.6 cm/ 5.7 in
Pages: 4 + 1 for Optional Pokeballs
Pieces: 90 + Optional Pokeballs
Level: Hard
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Brandon
NOTES: Notes included.

Also included is an additional texture pack including all of the varients from Brawl. (Requires PDO to use)

Download: A4 / Letter - Brawl Texture Pack

23 comments:

Anonymous said...

Lol! It's the models from Super Smash Bros! Well played! I'll definitely give these a try!

Anonymous said...

MADDDDDDD MODELS. O_O

Stacie said...

Whoah, huge amount of templates! Awesome.

So is this a precursor of maybe Misty, Ash, Dawn models? ;D Of course that'd be harder without a 3-D model already out there from a game as far as I know =[

Anonymous said...

Ohmygod ohmygod OHMYGOD.

Making this. RIGHT NOW. AWESOME.

Leafeon4ever said...

Will u make the girl trainer from the fifth generation of pokemon? The girl trainer from Pokemon black / White ?

lemaneid said...

Saving it to print it on A3 special paper tomorrow, I sent (a long time ago) a request for this particular paper model, I'm very happy you decided to make it, Thanks alot!

PAPERPOKES said...

@Leafeon: Some more characters are planned, but not the gen 5 ones yet.

lemaneid said...

Nice! good to know you have planned other models, also, I've printed it so I'll sent it to you when it's finished.
Please consider the first games characters ( red, green, bikers and pokefans) anyone you make'll be wonderfull, thanks again and keep it coming!

라임 said...

우와... 짱이에요!
n도 나올거라 기대합니다. ^^
전 한국인 입니다~
I'm a korean.

Anonymous said...

I'm having a lot of trouble with the hair..pepakura is still not quite clear as to how its folded :/ any hints?

Anonymous said...

I'm having trouble with the hair too! Help please.

RioluShinx said...

can you seperade those pokeballs into a single pdf or pdo?

Anonymous said...

hey,your pokemon trainer is excellent but i want a help.how i do my trainer with my face,my clothes?

Anonymous said...

Awesome model! :)
One question; in the picture it shows the standard trainers hat and Ash's hat but in both letter and A4 I can't seem to see Ash's hat. can you please tell us why that is?

Anonymous said...

yeah, I have the same question as anonymous, I couldn't find the other hat, where is it?

By the way, I like this awesome model, and I hope that paperpokes make more trainer models.

Brandon said...

The other hat is with Primeape's post but it isn't exactly scaled with the trainer.

zoroark1264 said...

COOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!!!!!!!!!!!

Best...thing...I've...ever...seen.

Anonymous said...

Wow. It doen't even look like it is made out of paper.
Now I want to make one!!! XD

Drynt Tama said...

it's hard to arrange the hair...
pepakura not really help...
give the video tutorial please...

Anonymous said...

Awsum model i was just wondering if u can make a pokedex for the model as well and maybe some more items like potions or evolution stones

Anonymous said...

Would you consider making a Pokemon Trainer V2. I started mine and can't finish because of the hair and the fingers. Can you also make a video on how to make it?

Anonymous said...

Hair!! Argh!! Brandon, I beg of you to show me how to do his hair. I am stuck on the sides, I think I did the back correctly but there seems to be no clear way to attach the sides and pepakura is not helping. I would so love to do this model but this step makes me sad...

Brandon said...

The sides of the hair actually just attach directly to the hat, and then the hat rests on top of the head. It doesn't directly attach, and will move a little if the model moves or anything, but stays in place when displayed.