10 October 2011

LUXRAY CHIBI


405 / LUXRAY - Chibi - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Luxray
Type: Electric
Species: Gleam Eyes Pokémon
Height: 1.4 m (4′07″)
Weight: 42.0 kg (92.6 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Luxray are extremely vicious and predatorial, although when tamed and trained correctly they can become very loyal and faithful, protecting their Trainer from danger. They tend to be stubborn and can administer extreme amounts of power through their electricity. Because of their flawless x-ray like vision, practically nothing can go unseen by their eyes. Abusing a Luxray can cause it to become antagonistic and vengeful towards their Trainer. Luxray need a lot of compassion and praise to maintain their satisfaction, as they are proud creatures. While generally independent, Luxray may band together in large groups and look out for one another in the wild.

THE PAPER MODEL
Height: 7.0 cm/ 2.8 in
Width: 4.9 cm/ 1.9 in
Depth: 8.6 cm/ 3.4 in
Pages: 1
Pieces: 22
Level: Easy
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Brandon
NOTES: Follow the numbers while building. Close the head at the bottom, and close the body at the back. Attach the 2D parts after closing. Color the backings of 13 and 14, so they are not white.

Download: A4 / Letter

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Are you guys going to make a chibi series now? Cuz it wud be really cool!

Anonymous said...

It would be really nice if these were in PDF format...

Brandon said...

They are. If you read the FAQ, you can learn how to extract the rar, which contains PDFs and a PDO inside.

Amanda said...

Have a question for you guys,

I've noticed in many of the projects, there are extra png images, some with different designs or face expressions (like in this one) how do i go about using those instead of the main ones in the pdf file?

Amanda said...

For instance, i have the texture configuration window up in pepakura, and in the eye section of this model it has 4 different eye expressions in one file. By default it has the first one, how do i choose between the other three? I am so confused! I've tried clicking on the one i want, reset.. click on the model in the main window..

Brandon said...

You'd have to use Photoshop or GIMP (image editing software) to move the one you want over the one that's used. The same can be done with anything that has multiple parts.
You'd just select the one you want with a marquee, copy and paste it, and then move it into place over the old one.

Anonymous said...

I'm having trouble knowing what pieces to glue together and where to glue them. How do I attach the ears? How do I connect the head to the base?

Brandon said...

With the head, the ears, and the body, before attaching them together you should have 4 individually enclosed pieces, with no exposed tabs. Take the flat face on the back of one of the ears, dab some glue on it, and line the long edge up with the end of the blue on the face. These should be about the same length, so it looks somewhat continual. Do the same with the other ear.
Then, where the head should go on the body (an indented area near the front), put some glue on and just press and hold the head to that spot. It should keep intact.

Anonymous said...

ican't view it with adobe or any of your papercrafts what should i do ?

Brandon said...

Read the FAQ

Anonymous said...

where does piece 3 go?!