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Onix Doll Papercraft by Skele-kitty Onix Doll Papercraft by Skele-kitty
This is the last PokéDoll Model for me, by Brandon ... hooray, I'm finished!

I kept putting this one off because, to be honest, Onix is NOT my favorite Pokémon in the universe. So it has taken me a hell of a lot longer to build this one simply because I was not motivated in the slightest.

BUT, while I was making it, I realized that this one was actually pretty easy and fun to construct, and quite frankly, the finished model it's very impressive to look at!

It's very big, 20cm tall in fact. And the final version that will be available to download will have darker stitch marks, so that the fact that it is a plushie is more obvious.
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SailorBomber Jan 23, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome :D
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Skele-kitty Jan 23, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hahahaha! Thank you :D
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:icontouchfuzzygetdizzy:
Would you mind checking to see what piece(s) you rotated and how many clicks? It shouldn't be too hard comparing your build to the 3D model...It significantly improves the model and my old one tends to fall over a lot so it'd be great if I could get mine to look like yours.
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Skele-kitty Mar 5, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I think it's the fourth last segment by 3 tabs clockwise.
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:icontouchfuzzygetdizzy:
Thank you! I should be able to finish him up now.
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:icontouchfuzzygetdizzy:
The 3D model shows the tail bending towards the ground but I'd like to build it like yours (where the tail bends towards the ground). Did you rotate one of the pieces to achieve this?
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Skele-kitty Mar 1, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Um, no.

Let me think - it was such a long time ago now.

I believe I requested that Brandon edit the 3D like this because I think the original model's pose would have been relatively unstable.
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:icontouchfuzzygetdizzy:
Aw that's too bad...you should have released the above model...
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Skele-kitty Mar 1, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
HUH? I think we've had our wires crossed, lol!

The model is available on our website: [link]
but it's a Pokédoll, not the actual Pokémon. But for all intensive purposes, it's just as good as the real Onix.
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:icontouchfuzzygetdizzy:
Released the model in the above pose.
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