The Legend of Zelda Kotake & Koume

092016 The Legend of Zelda Kotake & Koume (April 4, 2010)
from: The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time / Majora’s Mask video games / size: ± 18,5 cm x 19,5 cm (each)

Kotake parts (1,12 MB PDF file)
Kotake replacement head (373 kB PDF file)

Koume parts (1,16 MB PDF file)
Koume replacement head (376 kB PDF file)

instructions (1,20 MB PDF file)

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Posted on April 4, 2010, in Majora's Mask (N64), Ocarina of Time (N64), The Legend of Zelda and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. ninjatoes this is one of your greatest model I really love them but they havent got a lineless version could you make it please??

    • Did you already print the sheets? I can only judge by my own prints and from a few people that I know that made some of my models, and most of the time, it’s actually very hard to see the fold lines on the printed version, despite how dominant the lines look in the PDF file on the computer screen!

      I used to make two different versions because Pepakura Designer v1 didn’t have the option to make the fold lines a different colour than black, but now that it does, it’s possible to give each fold line a seperate colour, close to the colour of the corresponding parts.

      That way, they often blend together so well in the end, that you still end up having to look at the PDF file to see where all the fold lines are again (sometimes people ask me for a version with *black* fold lines again because they can’t see them at all anymore… ;o)

      But if it is really a problem, maybe you can play around with the printer settings a bit so they blend in more? I always use the second-best printer setting to save a bit of ink, and although the OoT textures are from last century, I really like the results, so I hope you will too! ;o)

  2. Nice job!
    My mom laughed when she saw the replacement heads…

    • Haha yeah, I also think the replacement (“normal” heads) look much funnier than their boss form heads. They look more like old grannies with those, and it’s funny to see them bickering! ;o)

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