Hao Jie Chan's Kingdom: July 2013
SD Wing Zero Custom is done! Click here to check it out!

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built of paper.

Friday, July 26, 2013

SD Wing Zero Custom-Legs

Hi guys. Sorry for the delay between the WIP posts for SD Wing Zero Custom. Such a nuisance when it comes to cutting the parts down. One piece has so many tabs. No wonder papercraft is so unpopular!

Alright, let’s cut to the chase!

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The decoration front part for the ‘knees’

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The bottom of its feet.

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The upper part.

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The whole upper part. Be careful with the slits.
Took my time here figuring how to bend the papers. Annoyed

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Problems again. This centre piece, would not fit into its cap!
Well, see my solution( a weak one though) below!

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Another problem. The instruction has not been updated for ages and has a serious typo.

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Thursday, July 25, 2013

Minion Craze from Despicable Me!

 Hi guys! This time, I'm back with The Minions!

I can't believe their popularity among the 'adults', especially those who are queuing up in McDonald's right now as I type this post.

As a 'memorial'to the unbelievable crazy hype over these Minions toys, I made these Minions papercraft. Took me much longer than I expected, but probably due to my JDrama fever ( currently watching Galileo Season 2!

 A nice design from paper-replika.com.



 There are other varieties as well!

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Thursday, July 11, 2013

SD Wing Zero Custom- Waist

Time to build the waist!

The decoration of waist. The pieces.

 The final product


I think it is meant to be some sort of 'strengthening' design. Since the main support of this model lies in the waist, we might as well reinforce the part.

Main part of the waist when it is completed.

The bottom of the rear parts of waist.

Top: front parts
Bottom: rear parts

Looks nice isn't it?


With the waist.

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Monday, July 08, 2013

SD Wing Zero Custom- Body

Hi guys. Here's another update on my SD Wing Zero Custom. This time, it's the upper body!
The pieces.

The shoulders, with the inside of the shoulders :D

Some tips here. 
Don't glue the shoulder part before inserting the inner piece. I made the mistake and had to tear the part apart to insert the inner part. What a hassle.

It is supposed to look like this.

Not this!


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Friday, July 05, 2013

SD Wing Zero Custom- Head

This model is designed by Toyoppe

Quite a new experience for me, since I have never tried an actual SD scale Gundam papercraft. The mechanisms of the arms are so fascinating. It's truly amazing when you think that they are made up of papers!
Perhaps I'll try a regular size Gundam, maybe not...

The head... Nothing much to say here, but the vents look... off to me.

I wanted to cry after I saw the 'bent' shape. Cannot be molded anymore...

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