31 October 2011


487 / GIRATINA ORIGIN FORME - Chibi - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Giratina Origin Forme
Type: Ghost/Dragon
Species: Renegade Pokémon
Height: 6.9 m (22′08″)
Weight: 650.0 kg (1433.0 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Giratina is able to travel through and control dimensions besides those of time and space. When in its Origin Forme, it is able to pass through dimensions at will, however, it will turn back to its Altered Forme due to the gravity change from the Reverse World. It does so by emitting a whirlwind from its mouth which creates a portal.

Height: 9.0 cm/ 3.5 in
Width: 8.9 cm/ 3.5 in
Depth: 12.7 cm/ 5.0 in
Pages: 2
Pieces: 43
Level: Hard
Designer: Brandon
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Build from the tail on. Make sure to follow the number specially on the legs part. The yellow parts of the neck must be glued before the head is attached. Be careful on the ones that connect on the wings, build the main parts ( 19 and 25 ), glue the wings to it and after that glue pieces 24 and 26.

Download: A4 / Letter


Unknown said...

Completed this last night while I was waiting for trick-or-treaters. I love the recent flood of ghost types! Giratina O was my first Hard-labeled model and I absolutely loved doing it (even the really tedious wing + wing connector bits!) these chibi models are a fantastic idea, especially for people who want to make legendaries but don't have the time for a full-sized model, and I hope to see a lot more!

Anonymous said...

What's so hard about this one? Btw, really cute!!!!

Shiny said...

Yeah, can you do more chibis, or link to a chibi-page? If they're easy i would like to see more... :)

Anonymous said...

Just downloaded! Loving the chibi series!

Kevin Steven Caicedo said...

Thats a good work paperteam!!

Noel said...

Sooo i got some problems with this one and now i don't know how to build it, is there an explanation somewhere? A Step to Step thingy? Please help me, i make this one for my best friend..

Anonymous said...

help how do i attach the large neck piece to the head and body I'm doing the shiny and its more confusing without top and bottom angle pics a

Brandon said...

Piece 19 attaches to piece 12 via the tabs from piece 12- from there the head needs to be built and closed as one piece, and then the tabs on piece 19 connect to the head by gluing onto the flat gray side of piece 3.