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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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vvampirek1 Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2014
I really like it here. Very.
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2014  Hobbyist
thank you! :heart:
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0BlackAnime0 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2014
Oh my god the Howls castle O.O
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2014  Hobbyist
my most fun build so far! ;)
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To0nLink Featured By Owner Nov 18, 2013  Student Digital Artist
((W-wooow!! Such talent! I'd give anything for that Toon Link and Aryll paper craft ;A; They're so perfect!))
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2013  Hobbyist
wow, thanks!
they weren't that hard to build actually! try it! imho this hobby is modelbuilding in it's best form. :D
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V0LT1C Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Holy cow i thought these where 3d images haha
Excellent job really! :D
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2013  Hobbyist
well, that is pretty much what they are really. big 3D-puzzles where you cut and fold every piece yourself before glueing them all together. :D
thanks!
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V0LT1C Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I meant meant in like a digital wise lol
U are really good and ur welcome :)
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2013  Hobbyist
thank you :heart:
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Kiryanah Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013
wauw...
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2013  Hobbyist
:D
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Saruru-Chan Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Gud va fina alla är! Jag själv har bara gjort en liten pokémon Ponyta av papper, fast själva den tog 5 timmar att göra! 
Och så försökte jag göra en Snivy men den blev helt fel så den fick slängas. :c

Jag verkligen ÄLSKAR den Geisha'n du gjorde. 
Hur lång tid tog det att göra den och på vilken hemsida hittade du mallarna för den? 

Kan se varför du älskar att göra alla dom här karaktärerna av papper, det är så lugnande~ ^__^
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2013  Hobbyist
tack! jo, det tar ju en hel del tid att papercrafta men det är så skönt att sitta i flera timmar och bara vara fokuserad med handarbetet. jag mår som bäst när jag papercraftar. det är min bästa medicin för att stressa av efter typ släktträffar eller andra sjukt stressande saker.

hittade Maiko här ameblo.jp/parperc/entry-102924... men jag byggde ihop henne innan jag började skriva ner hur länge jag satt och har därför ingen aning hur lång tid hon tog faktiskt. :XD:
och beware! jag hade en jävla massa problem med att hålla koll på var flikarna skulle limmas så se till att hålla koll så du inte råkar limma fel bit av näsan på fel ställe eller liknande idiotmisstag jag gjorde och fick göra om. det är sjukt frustrerande att behöva göra om ett stort parti bara för att man begått ett misstag, missat det och sen upptäckt det efter att halva ansiktet är klart. höll på att kasta henne halvfärdig efter att jag upptäckte det misstaget med näsan som jag gjorde, men tänkte att nej, i helvete heller, jag vägrar låta mig klås av en pappersfigur. :)
mitt tips är att se till att ha datorn igång så du kan dubbelkolla vilken flik som ska limmas var. det finns tyvärr ingen pepakurafil men jag vill minnas att flikarna är numrerade med nummer utanpå ställena de ska limmas till, så kolla innan du fäster bitarna så du får till det rätt. lycka till och hoppas du får kul! :D
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Saruru-Chan Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Student Digital Artist
JA visst är det!? :D Jag önskar att jag hade mer tid att hålla på med det... 


Tack för mallen! Och jag ska försöka att inte sabba hennes vackra ansikte!! x] 

Ja, du tog åtminstone tiden att fixa henne även fast du gjorde fel, till skillnad från mig som blev så frustrerad att jag nästan ville bränna min figur!

Och tack för tipset! Dumma jag tänkte inte på det när jag gjorde mina figurer. >__<''

Tack igen och lycka till med din ''life-sized Link''! Det kommer ta sin tid att göra den men jag vet att den kommer bli skit snygg när du är färdig med den! :iconmhmblushplz:
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Hobbyist
ja, jag har haft "tur" som fick MS och blev förtidspensionerad pga mina MS-smärtor, om man ser det så. det gör att jag har tid att sitta med min favoritsyssla så mycket jag orkar. det är underbart att leva i ett land som tar hand om sina sjuklingar. :)

jag byggde henne i 80g-papper (vanligt skrivarpapper) och måste säga att jag skulle hellre gjort henne i minst 120g-papper men helst 160g. hoppas du har kul när du bygger henne! och tack, jag tror också att han kommer se fantastisk ut när jag är klar. brukar bli förvånad över hur tjusiga grejerna jag bygger blir. det känns så sjukt värt all den extra tiden jag lägger ner på att göra alla polygonerna! han är tydligen tänkt att göras i smooth style men jag älskar känslan av att ha dragit ut figuren från datorskärmen och den känslan får jag bara om den har alla polygonerna vikta. :D
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Saruru-Chan Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Visst är det! Och fri sjukvård! Så glad att man få leva i Sverige!

Jag ska försöka få tag i 180 papper! Jag tror jag har en hög med det liggandes någonstans i huset... 

Och visst är det underbart! Det är så tillfredsställande! :D
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013  Hobbyist
ja verkligen!!! mitt dropp som håller min MS i schack sen 2007 kostar liksom 16.000.- i månaden och det bara FÅR jag av skattebetalarna. jag älskar den biten av vårt land. i ett land utan den medicinen hade jag med stor sannolikhet varit förlamad i både armar och ben idag (har redan varit det 2ggr, iaf benen, armarna bara en gång (vilket i mitt tycke gör mina papercrafts ÄNNU coolare, jag menar, jag var förlamad! jag kunde inte röra vänsterhanden eller dess fingrar och högern kunde jag bara KNAPPT röra pekfingret, långfingret och tummen på och nu bygger jag sånt här!! fattar du hur stort papercraft är för mig? det är sån jävla lycka att kunna röra sin kropp som man vill!)) så jag är oerhört glad att jag råkade bli sjuk i sverige!

heja! ser fram emot resultatet som fan! hon är en oerhört vacker modell!

ja gud ja, den här hobbyn är min passion. jag mår som bäst när jag papercraftar och blir så fokuserad att jag glömmer min MS-smärta. de är de mest gyllene timmarna i mitt liv.
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celli87 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013
Jättehäftiga!Jag gillar framförallt din Yoda.
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2013  Hobbyist
tack! han har dock blivit lite hängig pga att jag byggde honom i vanligt skrivarpapper. =(
borde bygga om hans kropp iaf...
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juantomajok Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2013
Howl's moving castle?? Looks awesome, I want one!
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013  Hobbyist
thanks! haha yeah, it's the one most of my friends wants too. :D
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Art-Inspires-People Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Is that Howl's moving Castle? O.O
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist
yup. it's been my favorite build so far. :D
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Art-Inspires-People Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Must have been difficult to build but probably fun too! XD
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist
oh yes, very much so! I'm making another one this year as payment for a twilit arachnid armogohma in supersculpt! looking forward both to the build and to the awesomely cool new personalized figurine I'll get as payment! :D
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Art-Inspires-People Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thats awesome! Good luck with that, it sounds really cool :3 Your paperwork is really well done, I can see you have a lot of talent for it, Congratulations on everything and good luck again! XD
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist
:heart: :heart: :heart:
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Art-Inspires-People Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
:icongivemehugplz: :3
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jayfeather5651 Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013
Yup! Amazing huh?
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Art-Inspires-People Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That is mind blowing, It is awesome! I would love to have something like that, it would be so cool! Nice work, the castle is just awesome! XD
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist
thank you! it really isn't too hard though (or am I just really bad at judging how hard these things are by now? maybe) since it's a lot of smaller blocky shapes that are glued onto a larger body. I thought the only really hard parts was the wheels and the outlook tower. did you see the closeups? [link]
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Art-Inspires-People Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I think that everything is 100% perfect on the castle, everything is really well done to me and I see no flaws in the work. It would be difficult for me to ever learn how to make things with paper but you have some great talent with it :3 probably took alot of time to master!
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist
I've been doing it since 2008, and I'm up in about 90 models now I think. (not all are here since not all looked good, or I don't have photos of the ones in the early days because I didn't realize this wasn't a very common hobby) and yeah, it is a bit of a learning curve, but most people seem to get adequate at it in under 5 builds or so. :heart:
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Art-Inspires-People Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Awesome! That sounds really cool :3 It would be fun to try using paper but I might not really get the chance to since at the moment I am trying to learn to draw a certain way :3
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2013  Hobbyist
well, papercraft will always be here waiting for you to get spare time! and the longer you wait, the more cool models there are to build. :heart:
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snikeye Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Gosh, only you can do this, I'd love to have a collection like this in my house!! :iconawwwplz:
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist
I know of some other papercrafters that have made as many or more of these, so nah, not only I can do this. it's just like model building, but with paper, and cooler outcomes than, say, a car or an airplane. :D
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snikeye Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I think building it with paper makes you more proud right? Because it's a very fragile material, what kind of paper do you use? :D
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013  Hobbyist
yeah! :squee: especially since all my builds up until Midna in her twili-form ( [link] ) was in regular printerpaper (80g) and I still made awesome stuff with that fragile material, so those I feel very proud about. now I use 120g-200g and if I do another life sized one I'm gonna try out 250g-paper!
I think my old bookbinding teacher (I went to a waldorf school) would be very proud of me since I'm such a nut for paper because of him. he told me I'd be perfect for bookbinding because I'm so very precise. even a tenth of a mm is too big of an error for me. :D
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