22 May 2013


194 / Wooper - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Wooper
Type: Water/Ground
Species: Water Fish Pokémon
Height: 0.4 m (1'04")
Weight: 8.5 kg (18.7 lbs)
Interesting Facts: Wooper is a mostly blue amphibious Pokémon that bears a resemblance to a real-life salamander known as an axolotl. Wooper stands upright on its small, round feet, and has a large, thick tail. Wooper also has purple-colored, branching gills coming out of the sides of its head, and what look like dark blue, curved gill-like markings on its torso. Wooper's head is large compared to its body, its mouth is wide and its eyes are small, round, and black in coloration.

Height: 14.5 cm/ 2.8 in
Width: 14.5 cm/ 6.6 in
Depth: 13.2 cm/ 8.3 in
No. of Pages: 3
Level: Easy
Designer: LuIS
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Start at the top of the head, close at the bottom. Attach the tail when possible, applying pressure from the inside to be sure it attaches. Glue on the feet once the body/feet are completed, being sure the model stands.

Download: A4 / Letter


Ves said...


Anonymous said...

Thank you x 1,000,000! You finally made the best Pokemon. And well worth the wait!

Jônatas said...

i like so much, thanks!

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tehwoopster said...

yay thank you I been waiting for wooper <3

BullRun said...

Finally! WOOPER!

Unknown said...

Oh... Long time no see!
PLZ Make more Paper model.
My Korea Pokemon Cafe member like this model.

Unknown said...

OMG!! So cool >v< Love it so much >v< Thanks for design it :) :x:X:x

Anonymous said...

How do I get it so I have a lineless template, but with edge lines and edge painting?
The PDFs are good, but mre times than none they are without edge printing, and that means the dreaded white lines are going to be in the finished craft.
It was a pain with Umbreon (so many uncut white lines)
Can you create a PDF document with edge printing and lineless please??????
Sorry I'm repeating but it's unlikely you'd go back to check the comments on a previous craft.

Anonymous said...

I tried making this and it turned out well, but i had to put a die in it so it would stand up.

Brandon said...

You can get it lineless by turning down the line transparency in Settings>Print and Paper Settings>Line Transparency.

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Unknown said...

This was the first papercraft I made, and it took me 6+ hours... But it was totally worth it xD Thanks for the template!
Just have to remember that it stands best when there is some sort of weight in its feet...

Anonymous said...

Man I love wooper. Thanks for this.