The Legend of Zelda adult Link

128020 The Legend of Zelda adult Link (10-11-2012)
from: The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time video game / size: ± 24 cm

parts (2,16 MB PDF file)
instructions (1,90 MB PDF file)

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

Posted on November 10, 2012, in Ocarina of Time, The Legend of Zelda and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. Is there a Lineless version of this?

    • No, there’s only this version with the colour of the fold lines “blended in” with the colour of the parts.

      When there was only Pepakura Designer v1, you could only choose black fold lines, but they were too apparant, so that’s why I made lineless versions for my old papercraft models.

      But ever since Pepakura Designer v2, you can choose any colour you want for the fold lines, so the fold lines aren’t so apparant anymore if you blend them in with the colours, and I didn’t have to make two versions anymore (I always had to do the final fixes and finishing touches twice, because I always do those in Photoshop after unfolding the 3D models in Pepakura Designer… ;o)

      Sometimes the fold lines are very visible on the digital PDF version, but when you print them, they should be much less apparant on the actual printed version.

  2. I cant do strep 3 with part 3 help

    • I’m afraid it’s very difficult to try and help people with folding and glueing together papercraft parts of course because it is so difficult to explain any better than I already did with the step-by-step pictures in the instructions, but part 3 is probably much easier than you think! ;o)

      Paper models like these have lots of fold lines, but sometimes they’re difficult to see on the printed version: compare the printed part with the PDF version to see if you didn’t miss any fold lines that would prevent you from folding the part in the right shape.

      On the templates themselves, you can often find some extra help on how to assemble the parts: for part 3, there’s a black arrow guide showing you how to glue together one side of the part (after scoring and folding all the fold lines of course!)

      Once you’ve followed that arrow guide, all you have to do is fold and glue together the other side so that it looks like the picture in step 3 of the instructions, and that’s all there is to it!

      The picture in step 3 of the instructions is taken from the “back” of the part, maybe that’s what confused you…? But you can tell by the two glueing tabs with letters (which will glue to parts 1 and 2 in step 4 of the instructions as indicated again on the templates themselves).

      It often helps to look a bit further on in the instructions too so you can see more examples of what the part looks like when it’s glued to the other parts, but I hope this helps a bit!

      I’m afraid I can’t help everybody with all the parts like this of course, but just take your time (take a break if it becomes frustrating because you’ve been trying so long already!) and if you’re having trouble with some of the parts again, try “assembling” them without glue first (so you can still change it if it isn’t right) and keep comparing it with the step-by-step pictures in the instructions and against the other parts, and eventually you will get it!

      Good luck and have fun building!

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