21 December 2012

LEAF


POKEMON TRAINER LEAF - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Leaf (Green/Blue in Manga)
Species: Trainer
Height: 1.4 m (4′07″)
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: 18.8 cm/ 7.4 in
Width: 10.8 cm/ 4.3 in
Depth: 5.6 cm/ 2.2 in
Pages: 4 + 1 for Optional Pokeballs
Pieces: 90 + Optional Pokeballs
Level: Hard
Designer: Brandon
Base Model made by Vert092
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Notes/numbers included. Build the upper and lower body separately, and close the model by attaching them together at the waist. Arms and fingers are particularly tricky- this is a hard craft, take your time and be careful with it.
Pokeballs included are slightly smaller than those included with Red- they are not interchangable. Those included here are 'belted PokeBalls' as opposed to the slightly enlarged battling/catching PokeBalls. General scale of crafts are similar.

Also included is an additional texture pack including the base textures, as well as a variant for the Manga outfit. (PDO usage needed for changing of textures)

Download: A4 / Letter - Texture Pack


9 comments:

Tia said...

Wow, amazing. Just... amazing.

Anonymous said...

Unbelievably well-done. Someday I'll be skilled enough to make this. Thank you for your beautiful models. <3

Alastor said...

Very nice model! I was looking
foward for trainer models,
so this was a very pleasant
surprise.

Thank you for making these cool
models, and also I wanted to ask
something. I'd really like to make
a lineless, manga-texture version
of this model, but I've found
there is no "lineless" version of
the .pdo. Is it possible to have a
lineless version on .pdo, or a
manga-texture lineless version in
.pdf? Thanks in advance for your
answer.

Brandon said...

As long as you don't mind tab lines fading a little too, you can go into the "Print and Paper Settings", select "Print Lines Smoothly" and then adjust the transparency bar to be at/near 100% Transparency. This effectively makes it lineless

Alastor said...

Thanks for the answer! Will try it when I make this model.

Chiko said...

So cool! If you do Barry from D/P/Pt I will scream!!! Love u guys!

Anonymous said...

D/P/pt is Diamond or Pearl or Platinum being helpful....

Silent Jack said...

Someone should design a Gold papercraft seeing as he is the best trainer..!

FelixEarth said...

Yeah I'd like to request Gold too!!!