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Ends of the Earth Papercraft Build by EuTytoAlba Ends of the Earth Papercraft Build by EuTytoAlba
:star: CLICK TO DOWNLOAD TEMPLATE (3MB) :star:
Since DeviantArt seems to be screwing around with the link url, TRY HERE if the above doesn't work. Look down the right side of the screen for a a small link in bold blue text that says "Download File"

I LOVE THIS THING!!! :iconyayzplz:

I've been working on this slowly over the past few weeks----beginning the day I finished my template and posted it here on DA. :phew:

If you're curious about the details I added, take a look here for the little tour. In short----originally, the small details were faked, present only in the flat texture of the 3D model, so I gave them tangible dimension.

Just for the heck of it, I'll film the resining process tomorrow, and the foam injection process sometime in the days following.... EDIT: I've decided to finish building some more new papercrarfts first. I shan't say what they are 'cause the expectation just puts way too much pressure on me. ^^;
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:iconchuuninj:
Hey I was wondering what exactly is the foam injection process? I cant find anything about it n.n :)
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:iconeutytoalba:
I tend to invent processes as I go, so I'm not really surprised. ^^;

I recorded myself injecting Ends of the Earth here, but it came out pretty rough. So, the video tutorial I've been promising forever will have to feature the next keyblade I inject, Starlight.

In short, it's where one takes a papercraft and very carefully injects it with polyurethane spray-foam. (Which squirts out of the can having a consistency like hot marshmallows.) The problem I ran into is that the foam keeps expanding for 12-24 hours while it hardens, and must be "stabbed" with a long razor blade for gas pockets every 20 minutes, or else it could "explode" the papercraft in extreme slow-motion. ....Other than that, I think it's self-explanatory. The can comes with a long straw that attaches to its nozzle, so you just stick that in the papercraft like acupuncture. :shrug:
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:iconchuuninj:
ah i see thanks for the explenation  it really helps XD  exploding papercraft sounds really silly doesnt it?
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:iconbachi96:
whoaaaaaaa~ what kind of paper/cardboard material did you use to make this?
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:iconeutytoalba:
Usually just whatever is available. In this case, 110lb weight cardstock. (plus all those cardboard tp rolls for internal support)
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dkray4 Nov 28, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Red ranger <--- can you make this into a PDF. or have a link to make PDO into PDF.
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:iconeutytoalba:
Sorry for not replying sooner....

I use CutePDF to convert things to PDF. It's a freeware that installs like a printer / to use it, you install it then go to: File > Print > select printer name "CutePDF Writer" > Ok, then it will prompt you for a file name and folder to save it in.
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hachi24 Nov 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh wow this is amazing! nice work :)
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:iconjoker434:
I was wondering if i could get a model made for Pepakura Designer so i can scale it for my son who plays Kingdom Hearts for his birthday
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:iconeutytoalba:
This is one that I prefer to keep locked. How big do you want the finished keyblade?
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