The guard is a bit tricky, but nothing too difficult if you take the time to properly score and fold all the fold lines.
Papercraft is only a hobby of mine that I can only do in my scarce spare time, so I'm afraid I won't do commissions to make or build a specific paper model, sorry... (
All the parts and instructions for all the paper models I make are available for free from my papercraft webpage (the Zelda ones including this one are here: ninjatoes.wordpress.com/catego… )
So people can can download and build them themselves for free. It may be daunting at first if you've never made a paper model before, but practice makes perfect of course! ;o)
Always take your time, and if you're not happy with the results, you can always print a new one and the second time will almost always be better, because you know what parts gave you trouble before. ;o)
The Yamaha website has a great papercraft building tutorial with videos explaining most techniques you need: global.yamaha-motor.com/yamaha…
One technique I used for this paper model is "edge-colouring": www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhBuuE…
It is basically just taking a marker or a pencil to colour the white edges of the paper in the colour of the part, so the edges of the paper won't show up as "white lines" on the finished paper model. It's a simple technique, but it has a great effect! ;o)
I'm sorry I can't help you better than this...! (
ive been staring at it since i was like 10
Since this particular Master Sword is from Nintendo's 64-bit era, I guess it's a bit too simplistic to still look good life-sized.
I'm sure you know about Haywan Chiu's life-sized Twilight Link, though: [link] ? That one has a Master Sword too of course! ;o)
yeah~ it would look funny. I bet some super retro crazed person would want one someday ;D too bad links face creeps me out back in the n64 era o__O LOL
OMG YEAH, that oneee! that one looks insane. Insane on the paper and ink too XD