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Midna papercraft 1 by ninjatoespapercraft Midna papercraft 1 by ninjatoespapercraft
So, finally, more than a year and a half after Wolf Link, I finished Midna to ride on his back. You can get the files to download and build your own from www.kickme.to/ninjatoes
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Drag0n-Princess Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2012
coool!!!!!!!!!!!!
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2012
Thank you for the compliment! ;o) Midna isn't very difficult I think, but wolf Link is one of the most difficult ones I made so far, especially the head...
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Drag0n-Princess Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2012
donīt worry about that, is freaking cool :D
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LanceLH Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2011   Photographer
Ok thank you very much Ninja, I'll download those instructions. This will probably be my first pretty difficult papercraft. Cause I've only started a few days ago. Thanks again!
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2011
I hope you'll enjoy building her!

Take your time and if you get stuck, try to pre-shape/curve/fold the parts the way you think they should be by looking at the pictures in the instructions, and then try without glue first to see if it fits that way.

Then if it doesn't fit, you can always fold the parts differently and try again if they fit, and then when they do, you can glue them on permanently. ;o)

Have fun building!
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LanceLH Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2011   Photographer
I really want to make the Midna, cause she's my favorite charater, but she's lineless, so it's a bit confusing. Do you have any instructions, or a lined version?
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2011
If you look at the parts for Midna, you'll see that there are some fold lines, but just not a whole lot: I made her so, that most of the parts don't have to be folded. That way, Midna will have a nice, smooth look.

Instead, most of the parts should be curved: assembling them will be easier if you pre-shape the parts first, by rolling a pencil against them for instance in the palm of your hand (see my pre-shaping tutorial on Youtube [link] or Yamaha's curving tutorial in the basic instructions of their papercraft tutorial: [link])

Specific instructions for Midna can be downloaded along with the parts from my papercraft webpage [link]

It's a ZIP file, so you'll have to unzip first, and then you can open the pictures inside that provide step by step instructions to build the model.

I hope this takes away your confusion, have fun building!
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juloja Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2011
I didn't finished yet the wolf... u___u that's sooo hard... but congratulations!!! :O
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2011
Yes, the head of wolf Link has some very small parts which makes it more difficult; I'm glad you like it, though! ;o)
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juloja Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2011
LOL That's true!!! I hate the Grinders D:
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