Absolutely stunning work! Like I've said in your blog, I love the curves, the way you used the paper to its full use, and on all the little details like his gauntlets and tunic. His helmet looks great, the way you've used the paper to curve the top part, and the sides by using a flat sheet. You can really see how much thought and effort you put into making him, and I really look forward to building him, in fact, gonna start now, even though I'm a little tired Certainly one of your best crafts, looks exactly like the game model, and I love Zora Armor Link's design Looks like it'll take a while to build, but of course I'm gonna! Well done, gonna fave this.
Ohhh no, the fingers! They'll be the worst parts to build, for sure Nah, they're not as bad as they seem, just gluing them to the hand is a little tricky, but when I made Cloud, I just glued them to the hand as well as I could, and didn't worry too much about the little tabs, just held them with glue, and they turned out. I've made his foot so far, I work slow, haha - but looking okay so far! You're welcome
So it's not just me who takes the easier way out Well, I've made a lot of progress on Link, made both feet and legs, torso and sleeves and top of arms, and so far it's looking really sweet, and he stands up well!
Guess what, I just finished him He looks great! Not to toot my own horn, but I think I did a good job making him. The only thing is, I couldn't get the sword to slide through his thumb and forefinger, but oh well, a bit of glue and patience, and he's holding it. It's a really great model! I'll send you a picture of him soon, to put on your site. I had a lot of fun building him, and I made his second hand last, because that always kinda annoys me Thanks a lot for making Link, and now it's over, I am waiting patiently for your next model (haha, no rush of course!)