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my papercraft collection again by minidelirium my papercraft collection again by minidelirium
these are the papercrafts I've built that I haven't given away to friends yet. Zelda is going to her new home today and I wanted a group photo before she left us. I've spent so many hours on this hobby and it's so worth it to me!
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obiwan362 Featured By Owner May 21, 2014
I...I don't...it just...HOW?!
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minidelirium Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  Hobbyist
With a looooot of time and patience.
And audiobooks taking me to ther worlds and realities so I only focus on the paper and nothing else. :D
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Starfox2o12 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014
O.O These are amazing. I hope I can get this good one day.
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014  Hobbyist
thank you! I bet you will be! it just gets more an more easy to solve issues for every build one does! :meow:
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Starfox2o12 Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014
I've seen the pieces to some of those models like Zelda (I have a StarFox Krystal I want to try) and I think "My goodness, this looks so hard" XP lol
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2014  Hobbyist
it isn't, really. not if one goes one step at a time, and after a while you can look at it and go "OMG I BUILT THAT!?". actually I'd say life size is easier since there are virtually no small and miniscule areas to battle, only large and easy folds and glues. ofc it's a little bit harder if one wants to make it more sturdy (which I'd recommend), then you just glue strips of paper (preferrably the paper that's left over from the template cuttings) on the inside to make it more durable. :D
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Starfox2o12 Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2014
"OMG I BUILT THAT" That is how I felt when I built my Pegasus, lol. I bet Life-size would be easier but I don't have the room yet to do something on that scale. That is a good idea for making the model more sturdy. I often use leftover scraps from the cutting to make extra tabs and to help reinforce seams. 
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014  Hobbyist
it's because I don't have room that I gave away the life sized Zelda. well, that, and that I really REALLY wanted to surprise a random Zelda-fan with a once in a lifetime gift. it was my way of "tipping $10.000 for a cup of coffee", something I've been wanting to do since I was a kid. I just love making people happy for no reason at all. :D
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Starfox2o12 Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014
Well that was nice of you. You seem like a very wonderful person. I hope that all the happiness that you give, you get back 10 fold ^v^
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014  Hobbyist
I try to be. :blushes:
thank you! :heart:
yes, I get tremendous joy out of making other peoplge happy. it's the most enjoyable thing I know to do! making kids laugh is another one. it feels good to have brightened up someones horrible day or just made someone smile and go "that's neat". if I can lift even one persons mood at all during the day, I consider the day not wasted. :D
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