08 February 2021


869 / ALCREMIE GMAX - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Alcremie Gigantamax
Type: Fairy 
Species: Cream Pokémon
Height: 30.0 m (98'05″)
Weight: ??? kg (??? lbs.)
Interesting Facts: In its Gigantamax form, Alcremie's body resembles a towering, five-tiered cake. The apical tier of the cake resembles Alcremie's regular body, though it's wearing a bow and its whipped-cream "hair" is styled into a flamboyant swoop. Each layer of the cake features a variety of sweets that can be used to evolve Milcery. The bottom tier of its body is frosted yellow and adorned with an alternating row of star sweets and dotted frosting. The second tier is frosted pink and features a magenta bow topped with a clover sweet. The third tier is frosted blue and encircled with a row of flower sweets featuring a berry sweet arch. The fourth tier is frosted pink and encircled with love sweets and three red clouds, with the central sweet being larger than the rest. Lumps of whipped cream surround Gigantamax Alcremie's body between each of its tiers.

Height: 29.9 cm / 11.8 in
Width: 22.1 cm / 8.7 in
Depth: 24.9 cm / 9.8 in
Pages: 22
Pieces: 149
Level: Hard
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Feel free to submit your own at our email and we'll display the best/most creative!
NOTES: This one is definitely a bit much - don't dive into this unless you're ready to handle all the sweet details and layers that is this massive cake. The bulk of the craft is divided up into several smaller closed parts, allowing it to be built pretty modularly. The general progression here should go Veil -> Bottom Layer -> Bottom Layer Sweets -> 2nd Layer -> 2nd Layer Sweets -> 3rd Layer -> 3rd Layer Sweets -> 4th Layer -> 4th Layer Sweets -> Topper (Body) -> Topper Bow -> Head. The Veil is kind of like the frame of it all, and it builds all up from the bottom once that's intact. It should also help to attach the sweets to each layer before the layer is closed as well - and everything is numbered accordingly to help with that. The "Cream" can really be added to each layer whenever, but it's definitely better to wait until the layers they're between are there. The Cream has been numbered to be at the end for this reason. Beyond that, just follow the numbers, and definitely utilize the PDO in Pepakura if you can help it. 
Download: A4 / Letter


Anonymous said...

It says "File not found (404 error)"

Brandon said...

Good catch, sorry about that! Fixed now