Final Fantasy X-2 Yuna (gunner dressphere)

058003 Yuna (gunner dressphere) (September 6, 2008)
from: Final Fantasy X-2 video game / size: ± 29 cm

parts (1,50 MB PDF file)
instructions (1,73 MB PDF file)

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About ninjatoes

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

Posted on September 6, 2008, in Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy X-2 and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Hey ninjatoes,I have a couple of questions. What typle of paper do you use to make the papercraft dolls. can you give me the name and where to get it please,if its not to much trouble. And i hate to be annoying but why do you have so much ffx papercraft dolls. Im not say i dont like 10 its my faveorite . I suprised you dont have Tifa or Seperoith (Sorry i am the worst speller ever).

    • Well, I use 200 gsm (grams per square meter) paper, which is about 2.5 times as thick as regular printer paper. I never use glossy or photopaper, but some people do. The particular brand I usually use is “Fastprint Style“, but I have no idea if that’s available where you live, sorry…

      But you don’t have to use the exact same paper of course! ;o) I do recommend using thicker paper than regular printer paper, but lots of people use different kinds of paper (like only 120 or 160 gsm) and different brands.

      As a general rule, the thicker the paper you use, the stronger your paper model will be in the end.

      Often, you can get it at the store where you buy your regular printer paper; most office supply stores or department stores will usually have thicker paper as well, or can order some for you.

      Final Fantasy X is one of my favourite FF games too, so that’s why I made those characters as paper models. ;o) But I like the other FF games too, and there are definately many more FF characters on my to do-list, including characters from other installments like Tifa and Sephiroth and many others of course!

      I have so many different ideas for paper models, though, that I simply haven’t gotten around to them yet! ;o)

      But if you like paper models from Final Fantasy, you should check out !

      They have different versions of Tifa and Sephiroth (FF7 and newer, more detailed versions from Dissidia) and many more models from other Final Fantasy games!

      Have fun building!

  2. karatestrijkie

    Hey ninjatoes. You do a nice job man!
    It’s real fun to build your models, but uhm…………….what about Zant from Zelda TP

    • Yeah, what about him?

      Haha no really, he is on my to do-list, like a lot of the other characters from the Zelda series, but I can’t promise you when I’ll get around to making him, sorry…

  3. Ok, that makes sense. Now get back to work on Zant! (just kidding,but if you want to, be my guest :)

  4. Yuna is about 29 cm tall, so that’s not the same *size* as Auron (he’s about 33.5 cm tall). But Auron is a really big guy, and Yuna is quite a petite girl, so the *scale* should be just about correct (Rikku is even smaller! ;o)

  5. How tall is she? Is she the same size as Auron?

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