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I'm trusting people not to steal this and claim it as their own. Don't steal it and claim it as your own. Give me credit please, if only by a link or a name. Be nice, I was going to sell this instead of just letting it be free.
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Well so I decided the hassle of this was just too much. I mean, not much of a hassle unless I wanted it to be all nice and professional... which this hardly is, and like heck am I lining this all out with the pen tool or some such nonsense. I mean I could, it'd just take me a heck of a long time. So everyone can have these kids for free.
Designed for printing on an 8.5" by 11". I must say, the Gyarados I made was quuuuite a lot larger than that, so I'm not sure how difficult this may be. The Magikarp is easy peasy though, so long as you have the proper tools.
Another sleepy submission. Wheee, I'm on a roll.
Cut inside & around the black lines. Scissors aren't good enough. Use an exactoknife, carefully.
I used wire to help bend my Gyarados into shape, as well as looping it around all those section dividers to keep it together. If anyone asks, I suppose I can upload a picture of how I did it. I used a piece of wire at least double, if not triple the length of my cut piece.
Scoring the blue lines on this side and the red lines on the opposite side will aid in folding, especially if you're using a thicker paper.
Magikarp's body doesn't have that much volume to it. Since this is just a fan project, I went "eeeh" and let it be. Don't worry about it, or, if you have the savvy, fix it yourself.
If you want to have the pattern, but have the showing side not have print on it, just fold the red away and the blue towards you.
Pokemon © Nintendo
Pattern Design © me, ~adopt524