18 July 2015


142 / AERODACTYL- Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Aerodactyl
Type: Rock/Flying
Species: Fossil Pokémon
Height: 1.8 m (5′11″)
Weight: 59.0 kg (130.1 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Aerodactyl is a reptilian Pokémon with membranous wings with clawed hands, which allow it to hold objects. It also has a strong arrow-tipped tail tail. It's feet can scoop up clutch its prey in flight. The serated fangs are said to be able to rip the enemies throats. It nets at mountains. Even tho it can be revitalized with the Fossil, it's considered to be extinct in the wild.

Height: 14.5 cm/ 5.7 in
Width: 22.6 cm/ 8.9 in
Depth: 44.3 cm/ 17.4 in
Pages: 5
Pieces: 64
Level: Medium
Designer: PODragon
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Start the model at the mouth and build the head around it. It's important to note that you'll want to glue the teeth BEFORE finishing the head. Also, paint the inside of the tabs of the teeth so they match the inside of the mouth. Now proceed to the body. Start the wings at the tips and build them down. Be careful with the claws, they can offer some trouble. Next is joining the wings to the body. Make sure here to reinforce where both connect, otherwise they'll fall, just glue some layers of scrap paper on the inside where they join. Next part is the legs, build them from the toes up, joining them to the body as soon as the numbers get to them. It's suggest that you insert a roll of scrap paper inside pieces 33 and 38 that goes to the bottom of the feet, in order to endure the weight. Close the model at the tip of the tail. There are some colors on the tabs to help fold and know where each part goes. 

Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

I am just left in awe when I see your new models! I absolutely love them! Areodactyl looks awesome! thanks so much guys!
P.S. I literally scream with joy when I see new models posted!

Anonymous said...

plz fix the name . you have written aerodaktyK .
its aerodactyl .

Anonymous said...

I really like this one! It is so cool!

Anonymous said...

i really like this one! it's a model cool!