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Giant Snorlax Papercraft by Skele-kitty Giant Snorlax Papercraft by Skele-kitty
I know that we've done a Snorlax (lying down) and a Snorlax Doll before, but I love this Pokémon so much, it is one of my all time favorite. I can totally relate to it's lazy nature - the idea of a creature that lives solely for the purpose of eating and sleeping is very appealing to me.

This version of Snorlax is a GIANT model by PMF. It's 45cm tall and takes up a lot of space ... but who wouldn't want a massive Pokémon sitting on a corner their couch all day?

To be honest, this photo is of the 20cm version - I DID build the giant version, but i accidentally printed it out on the wrong paper (120gsm instead of 200gsm) and as a result, it was very delicate, much to the delight of my 3 year old, who kept poking it saying "LOOK!". As a result of such punishment, it was, sadly, not in any condition for a photo-shoot.

I really didn't want to rebuild another giant version - the amount of space it took up on my couch was ridiculous. Plus, I was low on ink (eg: stripey Starmie and Staryu) so I simply downsized it to about half it's size, and built that one instead. It's exactly the same build/template, just shelf-size.

We will release both sizes on Paperpokés [link] in early January.
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:iconzavguy:
zavguy Jan 7, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
i built this. its a great model I love it!!!! check mine out.
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Skele-kitty Jan 7, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Very nice! ;)
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:iconluisferrari:
I am planing on rebuilding this monster :D Do you think that 180g paper is enough?
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Skele-kitty Mar 16, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Maybe, but I would personally go +200gsm.
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:icondonnara:
Awesome Oo! Realy good work +). I wish I could do such things =(...
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Skele-kitty Aug 14, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks! :hug:
Sure you can :D
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:iconaosou-kun:
I'm working on this one now.
I'm stubborn though so I'm using printer paper.
But to say it's massive is an understatement.
The full sized one's head is big enough to use as a hat!
I don't know where I'm going to find the room to put the completed one.
But I like big models because they're so easy to work with, nice wide open spaces. I have trouble with tiny details.

And yet I'd like to figure out a way to resize and make a color version of my Konata model aka: Size comparison girl.
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Skele-kitty Jan 27, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hahahaha! When I finished the head, it did fit on my head and took a couple of photos for lols.

I will say that you are being brave, using regular printer paper. Don't say I didn't warn you, though! I used 120gsm initially (regular printer paper is 80gsm).

So, I would guess that by the time you get to the mid-torso, he may start to buckle under his own weight.

Which model are you wanting to resize? I may be able to help you with that, if it comes in a PDO format.
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:iconaosou-kun:
Eh, it isn't one of your guys' models.
It's the model of the girl
and, yeah I really want to resize it and I wish I could make it into a pdf so I didn't necessarily need pekapura.
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Skele-kitty Jan 28, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Yeah, I know it's not one of ours, but I thought that I could help resize it for you anyways.
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