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Final Fantasy IX Beatrix

205009 Final Fantasy IX Beatrix (August 15, 2020)
from: Final Fantasy IX video game / size: ± 31 cm

Download:
parts (1,50 MB PDF file)
instructions (2,26 MB PDF file)

Pictures:
Google Photos

Kingdom Hearts Leon / Final Fantasy VIII Squall Leonhart

195005 Kingdom Hearts Leon (February 22, 2020)
from: Kingdom Hearts video game / size: ± 31 cm

Download:
parts (2,55 MB PDF file)
instructions (3,71 MB PDF file)

Pictures:
Google Photos

Final Fantasy X Iron Giant

191008 Iron Giant (November 16, 2019)
from: Final Fantasy X video game / size: ± 31 cm

Download:
parts (4,68 MB PDF file)
instructions (3,66 MB PDF file)

Pictures:
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Link, Mario, LEGO C-3PO, Kim Possible, NES Zapper, Batman, Lulu, Barack Obama and lots more by Richard (and Kristine ;o)

23-03-2019: Richard did it again! He built another really nice papercraft, and this time it’s Cloud, in the Kingdom Hearts version!

He’s originally from the Final Fantasy series though of course, where he’s famous for his huge “buster sword” – in fact even the papercraft version is so heavy, that he decided to put it down for a little bit: picture ;o)

It’s another great build by Richard, whose only problem now he says that he “doesn’t know where to put them anymore…” ;o)

17-10-2018: Who wants to build papercrafts when it’s so warm and sunny like it was last Summer? Not Richard! ;o)

In fact, he didn’t papercraft for months, but now it’s Fall, he felt the itch to papercraft something again, and that something was Twilight Link: picture 1 | picture 2 | picture 3

07-03-2018: Richard’s friend is a big Obama fan, so Richard decided to build a papercraft LEGO Obama for her as a gift: picture ;o)

You can see that I don’t have a papercraft Obama LEGO minifig though, so he recoloured my Luke Skywalker to make it. ;o)

To save time, Richard left out all the inner parts that are quite tricky to build sometimes and take a lot of extra work. So LEGO Obama can’t move his arms and legs like my other papercraft minifigs, but he looks great for the picture of course! ;o)

06-02-2018: Normally, Richard builds papercrafts that he knows, but even though he never played Final Fantasy X, he liked my papercraft Lulu so much that he decided to try it anyway: picture

It took him four weeks of work at a regular pace. And although he says some parts like the hands were hard to build for him and that he would like to “build them as clean” as me, I think he’s a bit exaggerating because his papercraft Lulu looks amazing, especially in her photoshopped setting! (I’m half expecting a big Ragora to pop up from the background! – not that that would worry Lulu of course, since she’d just Firaga the hell out of it ;o)

02-01-2018: Well, it looks like Batman is warning us beforehand not to make any trouble on the streets of Gotham, or else… :o!

This time, Richard had the help of his sister Kristine, making this papercraft Batman as a holiday project together: picture

It was not easy, especially the head and hands, but I must say they did a good job on making him look so intimidating to any evildoers: picture ;o)

24-11-2017: Richard has been playing Super Mario 64 lately, and couldn’t resist building Paper Mario 3D: picture

He says he didn’t find it very difficuly to build, except maybe the hand. ;o) But as you can see, he managed, and Paper Mario 3D is quite as part of his growing papercraft collection: picture!

19-10-2017: How cool is that! Richard is fairly new to papercraft, but he already made not only LEGO C-3PO, but also Kim Possible and the NES Zapper:

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Some parts like C-3PO’s head and hands were tricky, but as you can see, he did an impressive job! ;o)

Thank you for building these Ninjatoes’ (and other peoples’!) papercraft models!

Zelda, Kingdom Hearts and Mario models by Kevin

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29-10-2014: Kevin built quite a few papercraft models before, but he’s extra proud of his new one: the “King of Red Lions”, from “The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker”!

It’s a very challenging model to build, but Kevin spent a lot of time on it, and he even made the special “sea base” and the customized “Chokipeta Link” that Josh Darrah made (link).

And as you can see, the end result looks great! ;o)
picture 2 | picture 3 | picture 4

05-10-2014: Kevin already built quite a few papercraft models, and here are some new ones!

The first one is adult Link, from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time: picture

But actually, he built two versions of Ocarina of Time’s adult Link, the other one is the one riding Epona: picture

The next one is from another Legend of Zelda game, namely Twilight Princess, and it’s Link in the Zora armor: picture!

The other two papercraft models are from the Kingdom Hearts series, and they are the main character Sora and his Keyblade and a character featured from the Final Fantasy series, Cloud Strife:

picture | picture | picture

Building so many papercraft models shows that Kevin really likes papercraft, and with the experience he gained, he’s thinking about tackling more complex papercraft models too! ;o)

05-04-2014: Kevin sent me bunch of new pictures of the new papercraft models he built since last time! One of them is another Legend of Zelda model, Fierce Deity Link: picture

But this time he also made some Mario models: in this picture, you can see the Paper Mario 3D that I made, but Kevin also built Paperlegend’s Mario 64 (picture) and PaperJuke’s Luigi (picture)!

And because paper models don’t really care who made them of course, PaperJuke’s Luigi and my Paper Mario are getting along quite well: picture ! ;o)

31-01-2014: Kevin is a big time fan of the Legend of Zelda series, and since he liked Twilight Princess, he decided to build my papercraft Twilight Link, and he did a great job too: picture ! ;o)

Where my own paper Twilight Link has his Master Sword and Hylian Shield in his hands, Kevin made it so they are on his back, and it really looks very good: picture 2

Here are two more pictures from the sides: picture 3 | picture 4

Thank you for building these Ninjatoes’ (andother people’s ;o) papercraft models!

Final Fantasy Auron by Corey

18-02-2014: Corey sent me this picture of my papercraft Final Fantasy X Auron that he built! ;o)

Corey calls it an “attempt” at my Auron, but if that’s the case, I think it’s very good attempt, because he looks great! ;o)

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

One Piece “Going Merry” & Zelda “King of Red Lions” by thithou

12-12-2013: thithou made this papercraft “Going Merry” that you see in this nice little photo collage as a Christmas present for his cousin, and he did a very good job, so that will be a very nice surprise I think! ;o)

He found it a little bit difficult to work with all the small parts, but even so it only took him about 4 days to finish! ;o)

He even changed the horns on the figurehead to a brown colour, and instead of printing the shrouds coming from the mast on a transparant sheet, he decided to make them a little wider so he could make them from paper too.

Before the “Going Merry”, thithou already made several other paper models, including the “King of Red Lions” from the Legend of Zelda series:
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And although he didn’t really have any trouble building it, after a while, the figurehead and the mast and sail proved to be a bit too heavy and they started to fall off… :o(

thithou was able to glue on the figurehead again using some extra strong glue this time, but for the mast, he made the difficult decision to carefully remove it completely and rebuild it by printing new parts again.

This way, he could put in some barbecue sticks on the inside for extra strength, and as you can see, it worked really well! ;o)

If you want to see some of the other papercraft models that thithou built, you can have a look at his DeviantArt gallery: link

Thank you for building these Ninjatoes’ papercraft models!

Final Fantasy Yuffie by Shaun

14-12-2013: Yuffie is the newest Final Fantasy character I made so far, and as you can see, Shaun liked her so much that he decided to build her too! ;o)

I think most parts aren’t too difficult, and Shaun found the parts layout and the instructions very helpful, and he did a very good job:
picture 2 | picture 3 | picture 4

If you want to see bigger versions of these pictures, you can do so on the Imgur gallery that Shaun created: link

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

Final Fantasy VII Yuffie

146007 Yuffie (20-10-2013)
from: Final Fantasy VII video game / size: ± 24 cm

Download:
parts (1,19 MB PDF file)
instructions (2,34 MB PDF file)

Pictures:
Google Photos

Auron by Patricius

02-06-2013: The papercraft cool guy in the picture above is of course Auron, from Final Fantasy X!

He was built by Patricius Jason, who did a great job I must say! ;o)

And if you look closely, you can just make out a papercraft Blaziken Pokémon on Auron’s right too, from the PaperPokés website!

Patricius did a great job on that one too, and if you want to see for yourself you can visit Patricius’ DeviantArt gallery here or have a look at his Twitter gallery here!

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

Link, Sora and Yuna by cdncarlie

18-05-2013: This Ocarina of Time adult Link was the first papercraft model where cdncarlie coloured all the white edges of the paper to get rid of the “white lines” on the final paper model.

Despite the extra time it took, she really likes the result and I think you’ll have to agree that it looks really good! ;o)

Ocarina of Time Link wasn’t the first papercraft model cdncarlie built though: two other paper models of mine that she built are Kingdom Hearts’ Sora and Final Fantasy X-2’s Yunapicture | picture

Yuna is actually an old model already, from March 2009, and at the time, it was the most difficult model cdncarlie did so far!

She gave Yuna away as a gift, but she feels that with all the papercrafting experience she has now (in her DeviantArt gallery, you can see lots more papercraft models she built: link !) she could do an even better job now! ;o)

cdncarlie is a bit of a perfectionist, so she would also like to fix Sora’s Kingdom Key keyblade (it looks a bit crooked) but the problem is that she already gave that one away as a gift too…! ;o)

Thank you for building these Ninjatoes’ papercraft models!

Final Fantasy models and Batman by Stephen

02-12-2012: In the picture above, you can see the first 2 papercraft models Stephen ever made: my Kingdom Hearts version of Final Fantasy VII’s Cloud Strife and my The Animated Series version of Batman!

They’re not the only papercraft models he made, though:

  • Here’s a picture of Final Fantasy VII’s Red XIII (made by Kaizo)
  • And here’s a picture of Final Fantasy VII’s Sephiroth (also made by Kaizo)

Stephen did a great job building these papercraft models, and I think he’s a big Final Fantasy fan, so these are probably only the tip of the iceberg! ;o)

Thank you for building these Ninjatoes’ (and other people’s!) papercraft models!

Cloud, Auron and Batman by amerakat

04-11-2012: In the picture above, you’ll of course recognize Cloud Strife (from Final Fantasy VII / Kingdom Hearts) and Auron (from Final Fantasy X).

They were both built by amerakat and as you can see, he did a wonderful job!

It was not the first papercraft model amerakat built though; that was Batman. ;o)

Because amerakat didn’t have any new papercraft tools yet but just used the simple tools that anybody usually has lying around, it was a little bit difficult he says, but after a few hours, his papercraft Batman was finished: picture

And he liked it so much that he decided to keep papercrafting! ;o)

In amerakat’s DeviantArt gallery, you can see some more papercraft models that amerakat built so far, and also his wonderful pencil drawings: link

It’s definitely worth a look, so be sure to check it out! ;o)

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft models!

Cloud and young princess Zelda by Mr Trollen

13-10-2012: Mr Trollen sent me a new tweet saying he has a problem… He’s gotten addicted to papercraft! ;o)

Maybe it’s the fumes from the glue…? All I can say though, is do take a break every once in a while, and don’t forget about your other hobbies and tasks! ;o)

In the picture you can see Cloud that Mr Trollen already finished last time, and Snorlax and Hatsune Miku are done now too!

And there’s even a new model that he built since last time, young Princess Zelda!

We wish Mr Trollen the best with his new addiction, and I hope he can find a good balance between building paper models and the other stuff he likes/has to do…! ;o)

04-10-2012: Mr Trollen tells me on Twitter, that Cloud is the first Ninjatoes’ papercraft model he built, and I think it looks really good: picture

In the foreground you can see a papercraft Pokémon Snorlax from the PaperPokés website and Vocaloid Hatsune Miku from Seisaku Diary in progress.

If Mr Trollen does just as good a job on those as he did on Cloud, they will definitely turn out great as well!

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

Captain Linebeck by EldeTabernas

25-12-2011: You didn’t think Eldetabernas stopped building paper models, did you? ;o)

Last time he build a LEGO Pirate captain, this time it’s another sea captain, from The Legend of Zelda Phantom Hourglass: the fearless (or so he keeps telling others…) Captain Linebeck!

As captain of the S.S. Linebeck, he ferries Link from island to island over the Great Sea, and from the looks of it they’ll be visiting Madagascar soon! (watch out for penguins! ;o)

Great job building Linebeck!

12-05-2011: This time Eldetabernas built a paper model that’s not from a video game (well, if you don’t count the 1998 video game LEGO Racers… ;o)

It’s the coolest pirate LEGO ever made, captain Redbeard! Although he’s missing a leg, a hand and an eye, he’s still smiling: picture

Like all LEGO products, minifigs can be disassembled and assembled again in seperate parts, and Eldetabernas made a video showing that this papercraft version is no different: link ;o)

08-03-2011: With the problems with the mast and sail solved, Eldetabernas still wasn’t done with the King of Red Lions! ;o)

This time, he built the special sea base and the Chokipeta Wind Waker Link that Josh Darrah made (link).

I think they look very good, and fit perfectly with my King of Red Lions model! Here are two pictures: picture 1 | picture 2

To see a video of Eldetabernas’ King of Red Lions with the new sea base and some videos from the game (Eldetabernas didn’t want to cut the catchy music short ;o) go here!

25-02-2011: We already saw that Eldetabernas built the King of Red Lions again using stronger paper than the first time, but the sail was still causing the mast to bend because it was so heavy

Now, he also solved that problem, by rebuilding the mast and sail and using two, long toothpicks and a Chinese chopstick to reinforce the parts from the inside!

So now, the mast is no longer bent: picture 1! He even made a schematic to show you how he did it: picture 2

He also didn’t glue on the backside of the sail this time to reduce the weight (because like he says: “it’s heavy and you can’t see that part!” ;o)

And as you can see it was well worth going back and re-building the mast and sail again: now the mast is perfectly straight!

Great work again!

16-02-2011: Eldetabernas sent me a message that together with two of his friends, he started a papercraft weblog of his own: Papercrafteros!

On their new weblog, they will showcase the paper models they built, so if his friends are just as big a papercraft enthustiacs as himself, I’m sure we will be seeing *a lot* of pictures there! ;o)

The blog is in Spanish, but you can use a tool to translate it or just look at the pictures! ;o)

29-01-2011: Besides sending me this picture and video of the papercraft Wind Waker Fishman (made by the Papercraft Couple) that he built, Eldetabernas also made a video tour of the artwork in his house – including all the paper models he built of course! ;o)

Here’s the link if you want to watch it too!

13-01-2011: You recognize this guy of course, it’s-a Mario! ;o) Built by Eldetabernas, and this time he also made a video!

You can see it on YouTube here: video

19-12-2010: Like so many papercrafters, Eldetabernas ran out of room to put his paper models… ;o)

His dad made two new shelves for him, but I think he will need even more shelves if he keeps building so fast: shelves icture ;o)

28-11-2010: More paper models by Eldetabernas! Besides remaking his Clocktown Schnauzer in less than 2 hours (here’s a picture of it together with young Link) he also built some other models since last time:

06-11-2010 EldeTabernas made another paper model; this time it’s Cloud Strife from my Final Fantasy / Kingdom Hearts series!

The hair and the boots were the most challenging parts he says, but I think he did a great job on those: picture 2 | picture 3

30-10-2010: This time EldeTabernas didn´t make a Legend of Zelda model, but the Nintendo Zapper light gun! picture 1 | picture 2

17-10-2010: EldeTabernas worked pretty fast, and he already finished the rest of the King of Red Lions! Unfortunately the mast still wasn’t strong enough for the sail, but I think it looks great nonetheless: picture 1 | picture 2

14-10-2010: In the first picture that he sent me, you can see that EldeTabernas already built the King of Red Lions once, but now he is building a new version out of stronger paper!

Because there are a lot of small parts on the figurehead, the King of Red Lions is definately one of my most challenging models, but that isn’t stopping EldeTabernas: picture 1 | picture 2

09-10-2010: Here’s another Legend of Zelda model built by EldeTabernas: Twilight Link!

He used regular printer paper, and except for the hands that required some extra patience, he didn’t find it very difficult and enjoyed making it. ;o)

02-10-2010: EldeTabernas from Spain sends me this picture of the Zelda models he made so far to show his progress:

The Clocktown Schnauzer dog, Majora’s Mask (center) and the King of Red Lions (right) were the first paper models he made, and his latest ones are wolf Link and the Postman! (both on the left)

Here are some more pictures, of one of his first builds, and one of his latest build:
King of Red Lions | Clock Town Postman

He is rightfully proud of his latest two builds I think, and even though he feels his first models aren’t as good, I hope he enjoyed making them! ;o)

Thank you for building these Ninjatoes’ papercraft models!

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

Sora by Andre Giovanni

26-07-2010: Andre tells me not to mind the mess on his desk, but I’m sure everybody will be looking more at his great build of Sora anyway! ;o)

09-04-2009: Earlier, Andre was the second person to send me a picture of their papercraft Cloud model (although he was hoping to be the first… ;o)

But first or second, it still looks a very good build! It can be a bit confusing to figure out how to glue all the hair parts together, so Andre included an extra picture to show how well he did it! But that’s no surprise, because we can see in the background, he has had lots of practice! ;o)

It looks great Andre, I hope you had fun building!

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

rotating Kurt Zisa by Dan Hilse

17-07-2010: Dan made this animated gif to show off his Kurt Zisa from all angles! He did the same for his Zora armor Link, but to see that one, you will have to visit his DeviantArt gallery: link

18-04-2010: Dan did a great job building Kotake and Koume! Using a barely visible piece of string, he made it look like they’re really flying around in his room!

At least that’s what I think he did; for his sake, I hope they’re not real witches…!

17-12-2009: This is Dan showing off his freshly mown lawn. ;o) He didn’t say though whether he did it himself, or that Link has a bag full of Rupees, Potions and Hearts right now…! ;o)

22-11-2009: Zora armor Link is Dan’s first build from Twilight Princess. He said he took extra care building that one and it really paid off, because it looks “really good!”

20-11-2009: By now, Dan has plenty of papercrafting practice! ;o) Printed off and assembled in just two days, Dan’s other models don’t seem to be scared by his new Oogie Boogie (maybe they know it’s just a paper one…?)

05-09-2009: Speaking of Dan’s other models, this Kurt Zisa really is a great build: it looks wonderful, but that’s not surprising because he had a lot of practice! ;o)

23-08-2009: And let’s not forget Homer Simpson as part of Dan’s paper model collection as well!

06-06-2009: Taking a break fom building Final Fantasy models, Dan also built not on, not two, but several of my Zelda models! In the picture he sent me, you can recognize young Link, princess Zelda herself, Majora’s Mask and the Clock Town Schnauzer of course.

I know you’ve never seen the darker dog, because that’s Dan’s own recolor of the Clock Town Schnauzer to make it look like the common ones found at night at Hyrule Castle in Ocarina of Time!

02-06-2009: And here’s another one for Dan to be proud of: it’s Cloud Strife Kingdom Hearts style! It’s looking at least as good as Auron, maybe it has something to do with the motivation he got from watching his brother play Final Fantasy 7 while he built it? ;o)

23-05-2009: This is Auron, built by Dan Hilse. Dan says he had “a lot of fun building it!” and he’s “really proud of the results!” and really, who wouldn’t be? ;o)

Thank you for building these Ninjatoes’ papercraft models!

Cloud Strife by aj Tawagon

19-06-2010: In case you’re wondering what happened to Cloud’s Buster Sword, aj Tawagon simply opted to glue it to Cloud’s back instead of his hand. ;o)

So now you can clearly see, that Cloud’s sword is actually bigger than he is! ;o) Here’s a close up of the top part of the sword.

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Sora by Carlos Gomez

04-06-2010: only a few days after I released it, Carlos already sends me a picture of Sora!

08-04-2009: Carlos strikes again! This time not with a Zelda model, but with his favourite character from his favourite RPG, Cloud Strife! You can see the picture here: picture 2

18-09-2007: the first picture that Carlos “Charly” Gomez (“MasteR”) from Mexicali (Baja California) in Mexico sent me, shows you what a big Legend of Zelda fan he is!

He built not one, not two, but all of my Zelda models, which include some of the most challenging ones I have to offer.

It took him something like three months, but from what I can see, it was definately worth the effort!

Thank you for building these Ninjatoes’ papercraft models!

Cloud Strife by Melissa

21-04-2010: after having caught the papercraft virus, Melissa, from the Netherlands, was inspired to try and make her own paper models as well!

You can see (and download!) her first creation on her Winged Crafts weblog, it’s a lifesize Dragonstalker helmet from World of Warcraft!

26-05-2009: Melissa also built another one of my models, namely Kim Possible! We would have had a picture of it on the beach, but after it started raining, she wisely decided to take the picture a different time… ;o)

22-04-2009: The Cloud you see in the picture above, was one of the first paper models Melissa built.

As you can see, she printed the parts on glossy paper and she did a really good job building him! I just hope he won’t fall in the water…

(I was worried about Cloud, Melissa was worried about the fish… ;o)

Thank you for building these Ninjatoes’ papercraft models!

Auron by Fungus

20-04-2010: After seeing some great pictures of paper models on an image site, 14 year old “Fungus” from England got inspired to build one of her own!

Eventually, she found herself on my website here, and liking the way my Final Fantasy X Auron looked, decided to try it out.

In just 5 hours (!) using nothing more than regular printer paper, a pair of scissors and a glue stick, I think she did an amazing job building her very first papercraft model in record time! ;o)

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

Epona by Hunter Turner

18-03-2010: Hunter built another one of my Zelda models! Of course you already recognized Link’s trusty horse Epona (who apparantly really wants to play the Nintendo Wii… ;o)

27-01-2010: Hunter Turner proves once again that age doesn’t matter in papercraft, only patience and determination to finish what you started! ;o)

He’s only ten years old and already made my Kingdom Hearts version of Cloud Strife, in just three and a half days!

Hunter also built a very fierce looking Oni Link! He says it’s the flash from the camera that makes it look so intimidating, but maybe it’s just the mysterious powers in the mask…

Excellent work!

Thank you for building these Ninjatoes’ papercraft models!

Final Fantasy X Lulu’s Cait Sith doll

090005 Lulu’s Cait Sith doll (February 24, 2010)
from: Final Fantasy X video game / size: ± 19 cm

Download:
parts (729 kB PDF file)
instructions (732 kB PDF file)

Pictures:
Google Photos

Final Fantasy X Lulu’s Moomba doll

081004 Lulu’s Moomba doll (September 27, 2009)
from: Final Fantasy X video game / size: ± 19 cm

Download:
parts (823 kB PDF file)
instructions (1,09 MB PDF file)

Pictures:
Google Photos

Cloud Strife by s0ur

06-09-2009: s0ur had mostly been building Cubeecrafts when he found my website, and he just *had* to build Kingdom Hearts Cloud! ;o)

Cloud is a bit more complex than a Cubeecraft of course, and s0ur tells me he had a hard time figuring out how to glue together the hair, but you wouldn’t say so from the pictures I think, because it looks really well done!

But maybe you can tell “the other secret”? ;o)

The bottom half of this model was built using a glue stick, but s0ur switched to Elmer’s Regular White Glue for the other half, because it just works much easier. ;o)

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Cloud Strife by Matthew Lowe

09-08-2009: Matthew Lowe made a few smaller papercraft models first before attempting my Cloud Strife model, and I guess all that practice payed off because Cloud looks wonderful!

If you’re thinking “he looks a bit bigger than usual?” then you could be right, because Matthew printed him on A3 paper instead of A4; now Cloud’s Buster sword is really huge…! ;o)

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Yuna by Peter Hoflack

29-07-2009: Built with just regular printer paper, Peter sends me a picture of his papercraft Yuna!

She looks pretty neat, although Peter was a bit concerned about using just regular printer paper: I use 200 gsm paper myself, which is thicker than most people seem to use though (160 gsm, which is about twice as thick as regular paper as opposed to 2.5 times).

But in the end, it’s just a matter of personal preference, to get the results you want (like this great looking Yuna! ;o)

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Fierce Deity Link by Stacy

08-07-2009: Although Fierce Deity Link was one of the first models she downloaded, Stacy got so distracted with all kinds of other models that she only recently finished it!

In the end, it took her about a day to build. You can see one of Stacy’s other models in this picture, namely one of Kaizo’s Sephiroths. I had no idea it was so huge! But I don’t think Link is much impressed by its size… ;o)

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Cloud Strife by Steven C.

01-06-2009: No, Steven from NC, USA didn’t just build half of Cloud; here’s the rest of him! ;o)

It’s not the only paper model he made, he also made Sane_Person’s Vincent, Billybob’s Futurama suicide booth, and he even paperfied two of his own original characters (Clo and Blade) using FF7 papercraft models as a basis, which you can see here alongside Cloud.

Although he describes himself as mainly a spriter and “sort-of author” (you can see some of his work in his DeviantArt gallery) he’s very proud of his “all time favorite papercraft!” – and I am proud of that. ;o)

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

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