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Romani Ranch mule papercraft by ninjatoespapercraft Romani Ranch mule papercraft by ninjatoespapercraft
I just finished a new papercraft model, go get it at www.kickme.to/ninjatoes !

Have fun building!
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bratchny Featured By Owner May 14, 2009
He's so cute :D I almost forgot there was in fact mules in Majora's Mask, mainly because you hardly see them, only when you're in the milk wagon with Cremia - actually... are they only really present in a cutscene?
This looks great, and I'll be building this soon!
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner May 14, 2009
Nah, it's with you al the way on the trip when you defend Cremia from the bandits. ;o)

But you're right, many people never get to see it if they don't do the sidequest of course! ;o)

Have fun building!
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bratchny Featured By Owner May 15, 2009
Ahh, but you don't actually see them while you're shooting the bandits, do ya? Only in the cutscene, yeah? lol, it's been a while since I saw that part of the game. :P
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner May 17, 2009
During the actual attack, you're in firstperson view looking out the back of the wagon, and yeah, the mule is in front of the wagon (obviously ;o)

If you say "no" when Cremia asks you to join her, you can see the mule outside the cutscene, but of course, Link would never turn down a damsel in distress, right? ;o)
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bratchny Featured By Owner May 20, 2009
That's right :P
I made the mule, looks good, but he doesn't stand up, despite me building him the way you instructed... ah well, he can be a drunk mule!
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner May 21, 2009
With all the different angles at each fold, it's easy to shift the parts a little so they're not perfectly level anymore.

But because it's just paper, you can fix it by bending (not *too* much of course! ;o) the legs until you find a good balance.

The mule should stand with his right front and left hind leg flat on the floor, and on the tip of his right hoove. Check to see if these parts are level; if one of them sticks out lower, bend that leg up. And maybe sideways, if the legs are angled inwards.

Maybe I'll make a stand so he won't fall over anymore no matter what you do... ;o)
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bratchny Featured By Owner May 27, 2009
I tried that a few times, bending the legs slightly back and forth, the things you said, but he still won't stand up, hehe. But thanks for helping anyway!
So... is the new milk wagon papercraft the 'stand'? :P It looks great! But I probably won't build it just for the mule, and it's too big, I don't have room for it :( Mule-y boy will just lean against other crafts for now :)
btw, Zora Armor Link's looking really cool, keep it up :D (my Sheik drawing's still going... slowly lol)
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ninjatoespapercraft Featured By Owner May 27, 2009
The "Bending Of The Legs" usually works for me, but if it doesn't work, I wouldn't risk bending them too far!

Haha yes, the wagon is the "stand" I made for the mule; it *is* a bit big, I have to agree... ;o) Maybe you can create a nice stand yourself, you don't really need a lot, just a piece of cardboard perhaps with a nice image of some grass glued on top? You can make it as simple or as ambitous as you like!

I wonder which one'll be finished first, my ZaL papercraft model or your Sheik drawing? ;o)
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