05 September 2011

PIDGEY


016 / PIDGEY - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Pidgey
Type: Normal/Flying
Species: Tiny Bird Pokémon
Height: 0.3 m (1′00″)
Weight: 1.8 kg (4.0 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Pidgey resembles a small, plump-bodied bird. It is a brown color, with a lighter colored throat and belly. The tips of its wings share this cream color. Both its feet and beak are a pinkish-gray color. Its plumage is fairly nondescript, particularly compared to its evolutions Pidgeotto and Pidgeot. It has black markings around its eyes and a small crest of brown and cream feathers above its eyes. It evolves into Pidgeotto starting at level 18 and then into Pidgeot starting at level 36.

THE PAPER MODEL
Height: 15.0 cm/ 5.9 in
Width: 10.9 cm/ 4.3 in
Depth: 17.1 cm/6.7 in
Pages: 5
Pieces: 31
Level: Easy
Designer: PODragon
Photo: Skeleman
NOTES: Follow the numbers, being a bit careful with the way the wings and tail go together. Close at the bottom, and then attach the feet.

Download: A4 / Letter

14 comments:

  1. YAY! I am very enjoying this! When I finish Tentacruel I am doing Pidgey!

    You need to update the Gen 1 page though!

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  2. Looking forward to Pigeot, Golem, and Scyther, when I finish Croagunk, Pidgey is next

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  3. i just love this pidgey, good job guys!

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  4. This nice model is much loved by me so thank you

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  5. There is a Pidgey by another designer, less cute also. I think it is exiting to see different Pokemon artist rival visions.

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  6. Wow this is awesome! Do you guys take suggestions? If you guys do can you make a jellicent its my favorite pokemon. Please and thank you :)

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  7. 4 days later now when is the next model coming out???

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  8. 3 more days. If you notice, we post on a weekly schedule, not an every 4 days schedule.

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  9. Yeah but sometime you guys release multiple crafts a week.

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  10. Any chance of a back layer being added for download for like the top feathers and wings? Seeing the white paper just annoys me xD

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  11. You could probably reprint the image, mirrored, on the back of the feather and wing pages to add the color. Just an idea.

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  12. what program I need to open this document?

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  13. I'm confused on the whole thing I don't know where each part goes HELP!

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  14. I'm having a hard time figuring out how this one fits together. A detailed instruction sheet would be helpful.

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