wolf Link by Ancaleon

05-07-2012: Wolf Link is one of the most challenging papercraft models I made so far, especially the head.

Not only can wolf Link’s “hair” be quite confusing if you don’t take your time, but some of the parts (like the teeth) are *really* small!

Ancaleon totally agrees (in her words, “the teeth were INSANE!”)

Nonetheless, she persevered, and in three weeks time, she built her own papercraft wolf Link, and it looks great! (even the teeth ;o)

She used 176 gsm paper, but she’s kinda sorry she used a laser printer to print the templates, because some of the ink rubbed off at the creases, which she then had to touch up with a marker.

But all in all, she’s satisfied with the result, and who wouldn’t be? ;o)

If you want to see a bigger picture of Ancaleon’s papercraft wolf Link, or want to see her wonderful Pokémon drawings, head over quickly to her DeviantArt account here: link

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

About ninjatoes

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

Posted on July 7, 2012, in Hall of Fame and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. That is so cool! How do you do that?! Seriously! <3

    • This papercraft wolf Link was built by Ancaleon, and she did a great job!

      She used the parts and instructions that I made some years ago already, you can download them here: https://ninjatoes.wordpress.com/2007/02/02/the-legend-of-zelda-wolf-link/

      Wolf Link is one of the most challenging papercraft models I made so far though, especially the head has many very small pieces! ;o)

      • Its really cool! Well done her! Hey, if you have time, you couldn’t have a look at my blog could you? I’m new and I’m trying really hard to get people to see it but I’ve not had a whole load of luck so far!

        • I don’t believe it, your drawings are very cute and I think lots of people would love to see them! (the Link one is adorable ;o)

          But it takes time for people to get to know your work of course, especially if you’re only just beginning, because there is simply so many stuff on the internet for people to find.

          I see you’re already on Facebook, people love sharing things like your drawings on Facebook and then more people will find your site! ;o)

          And in your WordPress.com account, you can set up some sharing buttons underneath each post too: each WordPress theme is a bit different, but when you login at WordPress.com, there should be a Settings tab in the sidebar with a Sharing tab.

          There you can drag and drop some sharing services that will appear underneath each blog post, so people can also share your post directly from your site if they like it.

          And of course you can tell your friends about it, and maybe share your work in some of the forums and sites you like to visit. Most of them have a special section for posts like that.

          I think it’s only a matter of time before more people find your drawings, just keep having fun making them! ;o)

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