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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!

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)

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

Yuna (gunner dressphere) by Errant

30-11-2008: It took Errant about 9 hours to build this Yuna papercraft model out of cardstock.

Although he found some of the smaller parts on the hands and head difficult to make, he must have enjoyed building it, because he’s thinking on trying Rikku, Auron and the “Going Merry” as well!

I guess he’s gonna be busy for a while ;o) but I’m sure it will be lots of fun!

Thank you for building a Ninjatoes’ papercraft model!

Final Fantasy X-2 Yuna (gunner dressphere)

058003 Yuna (gunner dressphere) (September 6, 2008)
from: Final Fantasy X-2 video game / size: ± 29 cm

parts (1,50 MB PDF file)
instructions (1,73 MB PDF file)

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Final Fantasy models & “Delta Flyer” by Pierre Janin

05-11-2008: Pierre Janin did it again! ;o) A new picture and build thread thread from Yuna this time!

30-08-2008: Here’s a new picture and build build thread from Pierre Janin’s latest build of one of my models: Auron, from Final Fantasy X!

14-07-2008: Not only did Pierre Janin from Switzerland do a great job building my “Delta Flyer”, he also documented his progress in a build thread over at Le Forum en Papier with good pictures showing step by step how he built them.

He did the same for Rikku (picture here). The forum itself is in French, but luckily the pictures are in English. ;o)

Besides being fun to watch, build threads can be quite useful if you’re building the same model and are having some trouble. If you want to see more of Pierre’s completed models, you can take a look at his own Darktrooper page.

Thank you for building these Ninjatoes’ papercraft models!

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