The Animated Series Batman

116014 The Animated Series Batman (February 5, 2012)
from: Batman The Animated Series cartoon / size: ± 25,5 cm

parts (1,22 MB PDF file)
instructions (1,75 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 February 5, 2012, in Batman, miscellaneous and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 17 Comments.

  1. Hi. What filter size would you recommend for the paper? And what should the weight be in lbs?

    • I’m not sure what you mean by “filter size”, unless you mean thickness…? When papercrafters talk about “paper weight”, they usually mean the thickness (the heavier the paper, the thicker it is).

      I always use 200 gsm paper (gsm = grams per square meter), but many other papercrafters use paper of 120 or 160 gsm, or just regular printer paper (which is 75-80 gsm, but it won’t make for a very strong papercraft…!)

      Because of the differences in measuring the paper weight between the USA and other countries, it’s a bit difficult to say exactly which lbs equals which gsm, but I think:

      120 gsm ≈ 32 lbs
      160 gsm ≈ 43 lbs
      200 gsm ≈ 54 lbs

      I hope this helps, have fun building!

  2. thanks man, is an awesome model, brings back good memories.

  3. obadboystanley

    Thanks, I m a big fan of the bat and specially the animated series. He looks great. Looking forward to building it. Maybe a robin or joker in the future? would go nice with this figure. Once again thank you.

    • I’m glad you like it! TAS is my favourite Batman cartoon too. I’d love to make some more papercraft characters of it, but I can’t promise you when or which ones right now I’m afraid…

  4. Hi… really its a great model…!! im a batman’s fan and im gratefull for this… can u post the .pdo file? Thanks!!!!

    • Thank you, I’m happy to hear you like my papercraft Batman!

      I’m afraid I can’t give you a *.pdo file for it, though: I always do the last finishing touches and fixes on my models in Photoshop before I make them into a PDF file so everybody can download and build them, and after that I can’t make a *.pdo file of it anymore of course…

      The parts and instructions are available as PDF files, though, that you can open with a free PDF reader like the one from Adobe: link (you probably already have one installed, though)

      • I know it… the .pdo is for the “color flaps” option… :D
        btw… thanks for the model… i have it and soon ill build it…!!!! :D

        • Normally if you take your time and work precise, the flaps won’t be visible because they will be covered by the parts you glue on of course.

          If you want to be extra sure though, you can use a marker or a pencil or something like that to colour part of the flaps manually (and the edges of the paper, while you’re at it: that way, you can get rid of the “white lines” on the finished paper model).

          Have fun building!

  5. Thank you so much for Batman. Great model and your directions are so detailed and easy to follow.

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