The Legend of Zelda King of Red Lions

028004 King of Red Lions (21-08-2006)
from: The Legend of Zelda The Wind Waker video game / size: ± 48,5 cm x 16,5 cm x 46,5 cm

Download:
parts with fold lines (4,28 MB PDF file)
parts without fold lines (3,68 MB PDF file)
instructions (2,03 MB PDF file)

some extra help on the figurehead: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4
extra strengthening of the mast’s base: 1
alternatives for supporting the mast: 1 | 2

display stand (312 kB PDF file)
instructions (194 kB PDF file)

Sea base by Josh Darrah:
parts + instructions (2,20 MB ZIP-file)

Pictures:
Picasa webalbum

About ninjatoes

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

Posted on August 21, 2006, in The Legend of Zelda, The Wind Waker and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 57 Comments.

  1. amigo no me puede dejar un link privado de link saludos

    • The Link figure in Josh Darrah’s “hall of fame” post isn’t my own design, it was made by Josh Darrah himself by customizing another existing paper model created by a commercial designer called Chokipeta for a Japanese gaming magazine.

      So because of that, I can’t offer it as a download on my papercraft webpage and normally, but I’ll see what I can do. Still, you should at least try contacting Josh Darrah about it (you can find his e-mail adress on the second page of the “sea-base stand” PDF, which he also made) if nothing else just to thank him for making it. ;o)

  2. HOLA BUENAS QUERÍA CONSULTAR POR EL LINK PEQUEÑO QUE VA EN EL REY DE RED LIONS ES POSIBLE LA PUBLICACIÓN DE ESTE EN PAPERCRAFT. GRACIAS.

    • The little papercraft Link that you’re a talking about wasn’t made by me, but it was an adaptation made by Josh Darrah of Chokipeta’s “official” papercraft Wind Waker Link (that was made for a publication in the Japanese Dengeki Cube magazine).

      So because the original paper model was intended as a gift for buyers of the magazine and the adaptation isn’t my own work either, I don’t think I should offer it as a download on my own papercraft webpage…

      The original papercraft Wind Waker Link from Chokipeta was scanned from the magazine and can be found on many websites though, and Josh Darrah’s offers to send his adapted version to people who send him an e-mail (his e-mail adress is included in the explanation on the first page for the Sea-base that he made and that you can download from the link above).

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