12 March 2021


77 / PONYTA - Galarian - Pokémon Papercraft
Name: Galarian Ponyta
Type: Psychic
Species: Unique Horn Pokémon
Height: 0.8 m (3′03″)
Weight: 24.0 kg (52.9 lbs.)
Interesting Facts: Galarian Ponyta can absorb the life energy located in the atmosphere and store it in its mane, which will then become more colorful and potentially release a shining glow if there is a lot of energy to use. The small horn contains a healing power. Ponyta can heal any slight wounds with a few rubs from its horn. By looking into the eyes of a person, it can read the contents of the heart. Should Ponyta find any evil, it will promptly go back into hiding.

Height: 17.0 cm / 6.7 in
Width: 11.1 cm / 4.4 in
Depth: 23.2 cm / 9.1 in
Pages: 9
Pieces: 84
Level: Medium-Hard 
Designer: Brandon
Photo: Feel free to submit your own at our email and we'll display the best/most creative!
Featured Photo from: Eve R. via email!
NOTES: Fluffy to paper is a weird transition, and definitely makes this one a bit tougher for it. Follow the numbers, building the head downward, working in the legs as you go. You will want to weight the right side of the body for sure (opposite the direction the mane flows), as well as probably attach it to a base for good measure. Probably a good time to reference our quite old Paperpokés Pokémon Bases pack as it could come in handy here. Per how the numbers indicate, you'll want to attach the tail to the body before fully closing the body. The mane can be attached to the body after closed, by gluing to the head and the side of the body to try and fully attach it. The mane is also numbered in a tricky way, as the closing point is near the bottom but the tufts have to be attached first - attach 75-78 onto 74 before layering and closing with 79. 

Download: A4 / Letter


Ilacraft said...

Es muy bonito ❤❤❤❤❤

Eve said...

Thank you!!! I've waited so much for this pokémon S2

FAVIAN said...

It was very difficult but I had a lot of fun thanks bramdom with what programs do you make those papercraft

Brandon said...

Mostly just Metaseq for 3D editing, Pepakura for unfolding the model at the end, and photo editing program of choice to edit textures along the way

Used to said...

En que material lo imprimen????????????????????

Brandon said...

I personally use 24lb paper - some other suggestions on the FAQ page too

Yo personalmente uso papel de 24 libras, algunas otras sugerencias en la página de preguntas frecuentes también

Unknown said...

Hola buenas noches quisiera mejorar la textura de este Pokémon abría algún problema en eso?

Brandon said...

Not at all, we include the textures with every model so people can be creative with them

Para nada, incluimos las texturas con cada modelo para que la gente pueda ser creativa con ellas