Wolf Link and Midna by TABKAP

26-05-2009: These wolf Link and Midna models were built by TABKAP.

Midna only took him about 2 days, but wolf Link took him over 3 weeks. Not only because that one just is much more difficult, but also because he didn’t have as much time as he did with Midna because school already started again…

Don’t you just hate it when everyday life gets in the way of the stuff you really want to do…? ;o)

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The legend of Zelda Cremia’s wagon

075013 Cremia’s wagon (23-05-2009)
from: The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask video game / size: ± 38 cm x 16,5 cm x 22 cm

Download:
parts (3,06 MB PDF file)
instructions (1,38 MB PDF file)
mule (seperate model)

Pictures:
Google Photos

Clock Town Schnauzer by Jeroen

18-05-2009: Whew, I’m getting *a lot* of pictures from people for my hall of fame recently! (that’s not a complaint, by the way! ;o)

Jeroen from Rosmalen in the Netherlands is a big Zelda fan that has only just discovered papercraft, and he only built two simple models yet: one of them being my Clock Town Schnauzer!

The other one is “Nook’s Cranny”, the small shop from Animal Crossing (you can get it and several other Animal Crossing models from Nintendo Papercraft).

Both of them look great, and I hope he’ll have lots of fun building more paper models! ;o)

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The Legend of Zelda Romani Ranch mule

074012 Romani Ranch mule (13-05-2009)
from: The Legend of Zelda Majora’s Mask video game / size: ± 17, 5 cm x 4 cm x 14 cm

Download:
parts (583 kB PDF file)
instructions (567 kB PDF file)

Pictures:
Google Photos

SSB:M Link by Abscissa

10-05-2009: I came across her Majora’s Mask, princess Zelda, and young Link on DeviantArt, but Abscissa now sent me a picture of the SSB:M Link she built as well!

SSB:M Link is definately one of my more difficult models, but I think she did a great job! She used regular paper, a pair of scissors, toothpicks and regular glue for her earlier models, but decided to try out cardstock and an X-Acto knife for this one.

Besides papercraft, Abscissa also loves origami and drawing. In her own words: “if I have paper, I’ll never be bored!” ;o)

Be sure to check out her DeviantArt gallery!

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Majora’s Mask young Link by Joseph Rosenbaum

06-05-2009: Since Young Link from Majora’s Mask, Joseph is already working on my papercraft version of Cloud, using the edge coloring technique I explained earlier in one of my YouTube video tutorials.

And he seems a pretty quick builder too, since he already finished Cloud’s legs as you can see here: picture

I guess he wasn’t kidding when he said “I just started papercrafting again” ! ;o)

04-05-2009: Joseph Rosenbaum actually built Link some time ago already, but he just started papercrafting again and he decided to sent me the picture now.

You can see the model he was working on behind Link, it’s the Tron light cycle from Jan Rükr’s ALIENS Papercraft site (in the bonus model section). Here’s a full picture: picture

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Majora’s Mask by Nick Parsons

03-05-2009: This Majora’s Mask is the first papercraft model that Nick ever built!

He had to use a glue that was “less sticky and firm” than what he would like to have used, but it is still a very good build I think!

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