ClaireTheBozoFeatured By OwnerDec 12, 2010 Traditional Artist
Hey, when I go to your webpage and click the parts to print and fold, I get a blank message from adobe reader, with just an "Okay" button, and then the webpage is black. I'm not sure what a .pdf is, but is there any non-pdf thing I can download-- or, anything I can do with my Adobe reader to download it? Cause this is awesome, I'm just technologically illiterate. xD
Some files on my website are ZIP-files, but most models I release in PDF form: if you have Adobe Reader installed, it should automatically open any PDF files in your browser window after which you can print and/or save them to your hard disk.
I don't know if it might help to update your Adobe Reader to the latest version, it should do so automatically, but you can also do it manually: after opening Adobe Reader, in the Help-menu there should be an option to check for updates.
You should clear your tempory internet files and cache ("Clear browser history") before trying again, otherwise your browser might be trying to load a previous, non-working version of the files from your temporary internet files.
If it still doesn't work, try left-clicking the files, and saving them to your hard disk and see if you can open them from your hard disk. It's only a workaround, though, so I'd try updating your Adobe Reader or even removing it and doing a clean install ([link]) first.
I'm afraid my ISP is messing up, and my personal webspace is not the size it should be...
As a result, some of the direct links don't work anymore. I added backup links for those malfunctioning links. If you click the "RAPIDSHARE BACKUP" link, you will be taken to a new webpage. There, you can scroll down and click the grey button labeled "Free". This will load a new page, where you might have to wait half a minute or so, before you will be given the download link.
When my ISP gets back on schedule again and my webspace is the size it should be, all the links will function properly again, and downloading the files will be much easier. ;o)
Let me know if you're able to get the files, otherwise we'll work something out.
Yeah, with those older videogames, it's great to see how much the paper models look like the actual in-game characters. Even though I created a smoother look for my models from newer games, I decided to keep the low-poly look for models from older games.
Superb work! I cant wait to try to build this some day. Kudos to you for putting your own personal time into making these things geez! You must be a true Zelda fan. And i see you actually made link and epona in proportion to each other. on the Oot game, epona always seemed..... a little smaller than what a grown horse should be compared to a grown link. Well in my opinion anyway. ^^ Great job!