26 August 2013

DRUDDIGON



621 / Druddigon - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Druddigon
Type: Dragon
Species: Cave Pokémon
Height: 1.6 m (5'03")
Weight: 139.0 kg (306.4 lbs)
Interesting Facts: Druddigon's bright red head is very hard, being harder than rock and very rough. It can take in sunlight with its wings; if its body temperature lowers, it becomes immobile. It has savage physical strength.

THE PAPER MODEL
Height: 19.0 cm/ 7.5 in
Width: 21.3 cm/ 8.4 in
Depth: 23.2 cm/ 9.1 in
No. of Pages: 6
Level: Hard
Designer: Brandon
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: The model is built into two segments: head and body. Start the head at the top and close at the bottom. Be carefull, it's the hardest part of the model. The mouth connection can be tricky too. The body starts at the tail and close at the neck. Glue the spikes as you go. The wings are tricky too, instructions on how to build them (and some other instructions too) are included on the template. Before closing, glue the wings to the body and add some weight untill it stands.

Download: A4 / Letter

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yay! More Dragon-types!!!

carlos felipe de sousa said...

OMG! You are in a frantic pace! keep it up :P

Anonymous said...

There's an errror on page 8: the intructions are written on the model. ;)

AquaMetal said...

Nice! Really nice model!

I began posting the models i assembled from the site at my page. Would love if you visit it sometimes.

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

amazing!

Brandon said...

Error on page 8 has been fixed! Thanks for pointing it out.

Anonymous said...

Oh Brandon
I printed it off and we've run out of ink so I can't reprint it D:
Also the first "Hard" model I've attempted.

Anonymous said...

Welp, I didn't use a PDO for the claws.
And no other times either :D
In other words, it's designed very well!

Anonymous said...

I made the head, then the tail. Put the spikes on as soon as I could, then made the legs from the feet up.
(Attach the single toe to the piece with two, then join the whole piece to the foot.) The body, then the arms. I glued the arms in the body singularly, not attaching it as a whole piece with piece #49. Then I put the spikes on the arms, then the wings, and finally stuck the head on. Done!

Anonymous said...

The wings look like oak leaves.
I like oak leaves.

Sofia Sana said...

The mouth connection can be tricky too
This same Weedle later warned its kind and together
This information is really helpful for us.
Thanks for share it.

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