10 October 2011

FLOATZEL CHIBI


419 / FLOATZEL - Chibi - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Floatzel
Type: Water
Species: Sea Weasel Pokémon
Height: 1.1 m (3′07″)
Weight: 33.5 kg (73.9 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Floatzel appears to be based on an otter or weasel, with two pointed blue fins on its arms and two tails, as with its pre-evolution, Buizel. The yellow flotation device it had as a Buizel appears to have grown and now functions as a boat. It gives the impression of a swimmer with a towel draped around its shoulders. If Floatzel laid on its back, the structure round its neck could also be interpreted as a sort of inflatable dinghy using its tails much like its pre-evolution, as a propeller and its fins as oars. The small fins on Buizel's forelimbs have grown into fully-fledged fins that are used for Razor Wind attacks. Its forelimbs and tails are tipped with cream coloration, and there is a teardrop-shaped orange pattern voided in Floatzel’s cream lower belly. Floatzel also has a circular cream spot in the center of its head, cream-colored eyelids and a pattern of two black triangles on the edges of its cream muzzle, unlike Buizel.


THE PAPER MODEL
Height: 9.0 cm/ 3.5 in
Width: 6.8 cm/ 2.7 in
Depth: 10.0 cm/ 3.9 in
Pages: 1
Pieces: 15
Level: Easy
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Brandon
NOTES: Follow the numbers while building. Build the head, the tube, the body, and tail, but do not attach them until all are built. Then attach them in the following order: Tube to Body, Head to Tube+Body, and then Tail at the end. Attach the fins to the arms after all of the parts are together.
Default file is female Floatzel, but textures are included to change from male to female. (Male=2 spots, Female=1 spot).

Download: A4 / Letter


8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I don't really like flostzel, but the chili is so cool I might do him

Anonymous said...

oops, my thing auto corrected, I meant floatzel and chibi... :P

Anonymous said...

I like the chibi coz it's really cute. I think you can make more pokemon chibi of many other pokemon. It won't need much space for keeping but still, a good decoration.

Thx ^^

marcos paulo said...

loved the chibi models because they are very easy to do please put more models chibi observation: I'm from Brazil and I do not know whether they will be able to understand

Geo Kim said...

I don't understand how to make the tube in the floatzel chibi. could you explain?

Anonymous said...

With regrads to Geo Kim's comments,
I am also not very sure how to make the tube either...can anyone please give a guide? Thanks.

Brandon said...

This should help. Just match the colored lines.

Matthew Anderson said...

Hey this is my first time building a papercraft, what download type should I use?