23 December 2016

VULPIX ALOLAN (Merry Christmas!)

037 / VULPIX Alolan- Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Vulpix Alolan Form
Type: Ice
Species: Fox Pokémon
Height: 0.6 m (2′00″)
Weight: 9.9 kg (21.8 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: In the Alola region, Vulpix has adapted to snowy mountain peaks. Its fur has become snowy white. It has pale blue paws, blue eyes, and dark blue insides its ears. Its snout is more pronounced and pointed than that of non-Alolan Vulpix. The locks of hair on its head and its six tails are curlier with a wispy appearance. Alolan Vulpix is believed to have arrived in the region at the same time as humans, but moved to the snow-capped mountain to avoid other Pokémon. It can be found in small pack with two to five individuals. Alolan Vulpix can expel breath as cold as -58°F (-50°C), which is capable of freezing anything. While it is not suited to warmer environments, its tail can produce ice to lower the surrounding temperature if needed. According to the Pokédex, an older name for Alolan Vulpix is Keokeo.

Height: 16.0 cm / 6.3 in
Width: 15.3 cm / 6.0 in
Depth: 18.9 cm / 7.4 in
Pages: 6
Pieces: 46
Level: Medium/Hard
Designer: Brandon
Photo: LuIS
NOTES: Start at the top of the tail. Lightly fold the sharper lines to give it a better shape, the valley folds for example. Build the six pieces of the top, starting at the middle two. The back part ofthe tail is the hardest, make sure to take your time there. Build the back around the tail, gluing the legs as soon as they are ready. When you reach 23, put the built part aside and start at the head, from the nose up. Build the ears before gluing the details to it. Glue the curls at the top of the head while you can still apply presure from the inside. Glue piece 38 to the head and only now glue it to the rest of the body. Proceed to the front legs, closing at the front paw.

Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

Woah! these 2 are pretty cool! I think you should make Alolan sandslash to finish the set! Keep up the great work!

Anonymous said...

this looks awesome

Anonymous said...

Wow, this model looks awesome, why you have not posted any new model in 3 months?please never leave the page :'(
PD: Can i use this and other models from this page to make tutorials for YouTube? (i will put the link so you will receive the credit, if i need to put something else, please, tell me :D

Unknown said...

Can you tell me how to make it?It is very hard to me.

Brandon said...

If you're able to use the PDO file (more details on that in the FAQ here: http://paperpokes.blogspot.com/2007/02/frequently-asked-questions.html), that can help immensely. Vulpix is a bit tougher too because of that fur, so starting with an easier one (http://paperpokes.blogspot.com/search/label/Easy) might help too.