16 October 2020

LITWICK (Happy Halloween part 1!)

607 / LITWICK - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Litwick
Type: Ghost/Fire
Species: Candle Pokémon
Height: 0.3 m (1′00″)
Weight: 3.1 kg (6.8 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Litwick is a small, candle-like Pokémon with a purple flame atop its head, which is powered by life energy that it absorbs. Its body and two stubby arms are made primarily out of white wax. The folded, melted wax lays over its right eye, and leaves only the bright yellow left eye visible. It has a small smile under a protruding upper lip. Litwick pretends to guide people and Pokémon around by illuminating darkened areas. However, it is actually sucking away their life energy and leading them to the Ghost World.

Height: 11.4 cm / 4.5 in
Width: 6.1 cm / 2.4 in
Depth: 6.6 cm / 2.6 in
Pages: 2
Pieces: 24
Level: Easy
Designer: Brandon
Photo: CrafterWong (including the chibi Litwick shown, which can be found here!)
NOTES: Build from the top down. Before attaching the last bottom piece, glue the head piece and then the flame to the desired position and then attach the last piece that does not have tabs.  
Download: A4 / Letter

Litwick Chibi by CrafterWong can be found here as well


Eve said...

Litwick is so cute! Great model :)

Nelson said...

Brandon, you are a real mvp for providing us all with these beautiful pieces of art for us to all enjoy, really appreciate you my friend :)

aiden said...

can you do darkri soon plz?

Anonymous said...

Does the pattern go together in set order? ie. 1 gules to 2 glues to 3? Are there any assembly videos or instructions? Love your work

Brandon said...

Generally, yup - sometimes (and in this case particularly) the numbers will include pieces that are independent and closed, but glue to the next piece in the order expected by the numbers (the flame, and cap in this case). The PDO included in every file can be opened with Pepakura Viewer (free, linked in FAQ) to give you a better view of the model and how it assembles. If you aren't able to use Pepakura Viewer, most of our downloads also include an Edge ID file to show which tab matches up to where. Each number on an edge or a tab in the EdgeID pdf shows the corresponding edge that it attaches to with the identical number elsewhere.