well, it's kind of a long story. After making her by hand, not being satisfied with the quality downloading a 3d program, learning to use the program, making the figure in 3d, loosing the file, giving up, and starting over it is about to be the second year that I'm on this, and I'm determined to finish, and now I'll dedicate much time on this now that you ask.
I made this paper craft by first making a 3D model out of playdough(something I use far too often) and then taking as meany measurements as posible so I can map her out on paper.papercrafts are usualy mede in 3D computer programs,that would've made all the diference.
Actualy this was the other xj9 project that I was talking about,and I didnt make a downloadable version becouse no one asked for it before,but now I will.Thank you
Made in computer programs, wow! So there is a digital side to the papercraft, in a way that does make alot of sense. Playdough you say, lol. Recall making a b'omb guy once but seeing your skills at hand here can honestly see alot more work being done than just a ball and two legs, lol.
Another project? Oh you will, sweet! Wow thank you DRKRT, when do you think you might have it ready?
Well that makes sense seeing that you do have to put some detail and immense folding to get some the shapes you created. What paper size do you think someone might need than?
Not to sure on that DRKRT, my skills are very limited and handling something of that artistic and know how would be greatly out of my league. The only could think of doing would be resizing them but that would be it, again its depending on how big these cut-outs need to be for the papergraph.