AYE CRUMBCAKE I FINISHED IT!!!! 214 PAGES!!!! That's a stack of normal printer paper 1-1/2 inches thick. Cardstock is recommended.
IF YOU ONLY WANT ONE PART OF THE ARMOR, like the claws or helmet, just set your printer to only print a range of pages. That's what the Table of Contents is for. The reason I keep large packs like this together in an individual PDO is because I like for stuff to scale up in correct proportion.
Speaking of which, I made a more refined "scale-finder" image, and it turns out that the default size is actually best suited to cosplayers who are 6ft tall
. But, as you'll see, there is very much a gray area. I've put two options on the scale-finder----even head-heights or even shoulder-heights----but strongly recommend the later.
And don't forget to check ON alignment marks for multi-page parts. This template is loaded with those.
If it's not too daunting......ENJOY!
HOW TO TURN PAPERCRAFT ARMOR INTO FREAKIN AWESOME COSPLAYS: [link]