23 April 2015


720 / HOOPA - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Hoopa (Confined Form)
Type: Psychic/Ghost
Species: Mischief Pokémon
Height: 0.5 m (1′08″)
Weight: 9 kg (19.8 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Hoopa Confined is a light purple Pokémon with several pink markings. There is a v-shaped marking on its chest and bands around its wrists. Additionally, there are pink markings around its head and a growth on top resembling hair tied into a ponytail. There is a yellow, ring marking in the center of its forehead, and it has green eyes with yellow sclera. On either side of its head is a dark gray horn that curves slightly upward. Hoopa has three gold rings: one large one around its lower body and one hanging freely on each of its horns. Its arms are not attached to its body and float next to it. Each arm has a small golden spike on one end and a hand similar to a mitten on the other. There is a golden spike on each shoulder, which is similar to those on its arms. Hoopa's lower body consists only of a wispy structure similar to its ponytail.

Height: 19.2 cm / 7.7 in
Width: 19.8 cm / 7.7 in
Depth: 19.6 cm / 7.6 in
Pages: 8
Pieces: 59
Level: Medium
Designer: Olber
Photo: Olber
NOTES: This model is easy to build. The rings are a little tricky so you got to be patient.Start from the head, or from the horns. But build them seperately. Once you have the horns done, then attach them to the head. You can glue the arms to the body or not, it's up to you. Also, Hoppa doesn't stand by itself, and the pack doesn't include a base. You can build an extra ring and glue it to the bottom of the model in order it can stand, as you can see in the picture. Good Luck ;)

Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

Wow! Awesome model as always!
Is Pokemon Z official yet?


Unknown said...

It so beauty
Can you make Cloyster and Tynamo :3

Anonymous said...

You all are awesome! I look forward to building this! (also- first!)

Anonymous said...

When will you guys make a Greninja? I am trying to find one on the internet.

Anonymous said...

very nice

Anonymous said...

This is totally awesome!
May I just ask, since the lines are really obvious on the lines version, I would really like to know how to use the unlined version since there's really no way of knowing where to fold (unless you're really precise with the pdo or something like that)

Anonymous said...

Here is my tip for you Anonymous! There are two options, you could:
1: Print both the lined and lineless template out and use the lineless for reference
2: Or you could just print out the lineless and look at the lined version on you computer.
I usually use the latter because it save on ink!
I hope I answered your question well!