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Kingdom Hearts Sora papercraft by ninjatoespapercraft Kingdom Hearts Sora papercraft by ninjatoespapercraft
I finally finished my papercraft model of Kingdom Hearts 2 Sora; if you want to build one yourself, you can get the parts and instructions from my papercraft website: www.kickme.to/ninjatoes
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:iconninjatoespapercraft:
Thanks, I'm glad you like my papercraft Sora! ;o)
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Romana201 Nov 5, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
That is AMAZING!
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:iconninjatoespapercraft:
Thank you for the compliment, I'm glad you like my papercraft Sora! ;o)
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Romana201 Nov 8, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
You're welcome. I would attempt to do similar, but I'm afraid of totally screwing it up.
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ZingZang Jun 7, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
oh ok thats cool then. yea the color is nice and bright on this
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ZingZang Jun 6, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
yours looks a lot nicer than mine lol, what paper did u use?
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:iconninjatoespapercraft:
I always use thicker paper (200 gsm, or grams per square meter). That's about 2.5 times as thick as regular printer paper (usually about75-80gsm).

Thicker paper makes the final model stronger and it holds its shape easier. Another very easy tip but one that makes a big difference, is to take the time to colour the edges of the paper with a pencil or marker in the colour of the part. That way, you won't have "white lines" on the final model: www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhBuuEVSUcw
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This build is GORGEOUS! I finally ended the building, it looks really awesome on my desk :D
Furthermore, your instructions were great too and easy to follow for a beginner, but damn, the hair is soooo hard!
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:iconninjatoespapercraft:
Thanks! I took extra care building it, edge-colouring, pre-shaping and whatnot and I'm proud of it too. ;o)

(and yes, the hair can be quite confusing with all those "spikes"...!)
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