yeah! I like how the high-polygon models looks like you've just ripped them out of the screen, all crisp and clean! I mean, they might take twice as long to build, but it's oh so worth the extra effort. also, those seem to be the ones that non-papercrafters respond to the most strongly. my favourite compliment is "yeah, nice cgi/photoshop!" (I got that one A LOT after I put up pictures of LS Zelda )
I'll be keeping an eye out for your model!
it just feels like I'd very seldom go the forum since I'm kinda asocial, but it doesn't hur to have a username at least. who knows, I might like to be social with my fellow papercrafters!
I'm on prepension for MS-pain. a lot of the time I spend on papercrafting I don't notice the pain because I get so focused on the paper and details of every aspect of the models. that's why I spend as much time as possible on this passion.
I do try my best and I love larger models since they make for the coolest in folded style. also because they are a bit easier than really small and detailed ones. I'm doing LS Link because I felt like something big and relatively easy. I just couldn't do a 4th Midna in a row, even if it was PaperJukes this time. it's on the to-do list though. and when I've built her a friend will get the model.