Final Fantasy X Lulu

103006 Lulu (June 4, 2011)
from: Final Fantasy X video game / size: ± 33,5 cm

Download:
parts (3,52 MB PDF file)
backsides (639 kB PDF file)
instructions (2,56 MB PDF file)

Pictures:
Google Photos

About ninjatoes

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

Posted on June 4, 2011, in Final Fantasy, Final Fantasy X and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. Fabiana Machado

    Boa tarde! Vim para parabenizar seus modelos! <3 estou montando a Lulu, mas a oito anos atras (mais ou menos) montei o Auron.
    E vc arrasa! Seus modelos são bonitos e convidativos para montar!

  2. you suck, *.PDO please!!
    without *.PDO, my papercraft is not clean to finish,!

    • There’s no Pepakura *.pdo file available for this model; you can download the parts and step-by-step instructions for this models as PDF files by clicking the download links, to open them you need a PDF reader like Adobe Reader (most computers already have a PDF Reader installed, though).

  3. This looks great! I noticed that you had two of her dolls at a larger scale. Two questions: How much would I have to reduce them to make them the proper size in relation to the Luna model, and are you planning on making more dolls?

    • Lulu! Not Luna! I typed too fast!

      • Don’t worry, I got it. ;o)

        To be honest, I’m not sure how big the dolls should be to fit Lulu… Lulu is about 34 cm tall, and both the Moomba and Cait Sith doll are about 19 cm tall. For them to fit Lulu, maybe they would have to be only 6 or 7 cm tall, so about 1/3 of what they are now (but that’s definately not exact…!)

        That would make some parts very small, though! The other dolls are on my to do-list, but I will make them the same scale as the first two (about 19 cm).

        Kaizo also made two of Lulu’s dolls, the Moogle and the Cactuar (in a different scale as mine again, though): link

  4. Exelent work ! it looks complex but with relative few pieces !!

    Keep making ! ;)

    • Thank you, I think the most difficult parts are the hands, because they have some small parts. But if you use a toothpick (see my small paper cylinders tutorial on Youtube ;o) it’s not so difficult anymore. ;o)

  5. Excelente trabajo! Es un hermoso modelo, muy vistoso y con lujos de detalles. Muchas gracias por compartirlos con nosotros. :)
    Saludos!

  6. awesome x10, brillant x10, esquisit x10, incredible x10. I’ll work hard to make me out like yours XD

    • I’m sure you can do it! A good tip is to use magic markers or pencils to colour the edges of the paper, especially on the dress. That way it will look better, without all the white lines of the paper. And use a toothpick to pre-shape the fingers, because they’re very small.

      And of course take your time and have fun building! ;o)

  7. WICKEDDD!!!
    i think you getting a little bit too good :D
    don’t take that in a wrong way :)

    ill try this once i get some more black ink for my printer :))

    • Haha thank you, I will take it as a compliment. ;o) It’s best to make sure you have enough black ink, yeah, she will look better with a properly dark dress I think. ;o)

      I’m glad you like her, have fun building!

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