Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Paper Model # 7 : Gundam Rekka Musha

Actually I'm not a Gundam fan. But one day I stumbled here and found out about this model. Then I decided that I'll definitely make one someday  grin

I've been delaying the making for quite some times. And since I've already got all of the color papers I need, I printed the paper tonight and it marked this project to start.

I got the feeling that this will take quite long time for me to finish. I'll update this post every time a certain part is finished so I can trace how long that I take to finish this project since I started it.

I got the patterns  HERE

Tonight, the project is started!

Update : Oct 28, 2010
The Sword

Update : Oct 30, 2010
The Head

Update : Oct 31, 2010
The Helmet

The Chest

Update : Nov 13th, 2010
The Waist Armor
See that space in the middle? That will be the place for inserting the leg part.

Update : Dec 24, 2010 (what a long delay -___-;;)
The Legs

The Shoes

Complete Legs Part

Update : Dec 26, 2010
The Arms Part

The Hands

The Complete Arms Part

Update : Dec 29, 2010
The Shoulder Armor
See the white part with square hole? That will be the place for inserting the arms part.

Update : Dec 30, 2010
The Backpack

Update : Dec 31, 2010
Gundam SD Rekka Musha

Finally I could finish it before New Year. YATTA !!!   grin
I plan to varnish it later because it usually will fade the glue marks at some points 

Monday, October 18, 2010

3D Origami doll #03 : Party Pierrot

I made this to be a birthday present for my cousin. I thought that I'd better make something for the present rather than think of buying something for her who can buy anything because she's the favorite child by her father sweat

Front view

Side view

Rear view 

 I add an umbrella for this doll. I made it from 10 x 10 cm size paper, made a Kusudama Venus part's folding, and attached the umbrella holder :

Complete Variation

The reason why I named this doll Party Pierrot only simply because of the paper pattern grin

I arranged them into a plastic case and attached a birthday salutation on the back of its head :

When I saw the final product, I don't know why I had the urge to sell it because it looks like it's saleable
But I'm still going to give it to my cousin on her birthday anyway... hehe

The instructions for making this doll are the same with my Ballon Pierrot

By the way, I also made an arrangement for the Powerpuff Girls paper models inside a plastic box. I posted the picture at their post.

Saturday, September 18, 2010

3D Origami Doll # 02 : Balloon Pierrot

Finally I could make this doll because my 'partner in crime' was accidentally found small ball-shaped stereo foams in a store and bought them for me  grin

So I stated to make a 3D origami clown doll which supposed to look like this :

But when I was making it, I decided to make some modification because I felt like I want it to have legs with clown shoes. So this is how my doll turned out to be :

Balloon Pierrot
Front View

Side View

Rear View

I'd like to show you the modification for its legs and shoes, so I zoomed in those parts :

We can see it fully modificated when it's laying down :

All of the costume parts which built this doll were made like Bell Flower Origami with different size of papers :
  1. Hat           : 1 piece of 12 cm square paper
  2. Collar       : 8 pieces of 6 cm square papers
  3. Sleeves    : 2 pieces of 11 cm square papers
  4. Body        : 1 piece of 18 cm square paper
  5. Pants       : 2 pieces of 7 cm square papers
  6. Head        : 3 cm in diameter of a ball shaped stereo foam
  7. Small yellow pompoms for the hat, hands, buttons, and the shoes 
  8. Small beads for eyes and nose
Here's the INSTRUCTION of how to make this doll.

I'm thinking to make another one as a birthday present for my cousin on her upcoming birthday. But I need to find the paper for the costume first   sweat