Buffy Summers, the Vampire Slayer

073009 Buffy Summers (30-04-2009)
from: Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series / size: ± 27,5 cm

Download:
parts (1,61 MB PDF file)
instructions (2,43 MB PDF file)

Pictures:
Picasa webalbum

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I love papercraft - so I made my own for you to download, print and build! ;o)

Posted on April 30, 2009, in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, miscellaneous and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Mike Hungerford

    Another one: extend the waist the width of the belt and make the belt tabless. After joining the upper torso to the waist, glue the belt around to hide the seam.

    • I’m with you on the neck idea: although most people just see valley folds as simply the opposite of mountain folds, I think they’re often actually a lot more difficult to build!

      I’m not sure about the waist thing though, sometimes I like the belt attached to the pants, sometimes I like it better as a seperate part in which case I could use it to hide a seam if one needs to be hidden.

      But that’s just a personal choice of mine that I make every new model anew. Thanks for the input!

  2. Mike Hungerford

    I’m enjoying my build of “Buffy,” apart from my inability to handle those tiny fingers, but I have one suggestion: lengthen the neck by a couple of millimeters, bend the tabs on the bottom of the head inward, and glue them to the outside of the extended neck. It would be a lot easier to assemble, and much stronger as well. :-)

  3. Wow, another great model with my favorite detail… fingers!! Did you rip this one or make it from scratch? If you do rip models, I’m curious.. what games are you able to rip from?

    • Hehe, you finger fetishist… ;o)

      Like most of my computer generated models, this one started out as a game model, which I rebuilt to make it easier/more fun to build in paper form.

      Many popular games have fan made model viewers that often have an “extract” feature. Some emulators (especially those for the N64) have plugins to extract the 3D models from the screen. 3D Ripper DX is also able to extract the 3D data from various games and model viewers.

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