This method of linking to the download may not work anymore, but I'll give it one more try If the link above doesn't prompt you to save the download, then scroll down the right side of this page and click the bold blue text that says "Download File". It's just so hard to see now that DeviantArt is cluttering up every single art page with their stupid "More Like This" thumbnail landslide.
I actually started a template of this last fall, but then my computer crashed like a boss of failure and I lost the file... I've gotten a lot better and faster at making these templates since then, so when someone recently requested this I figured I better do it before it had a chance to end up on my infamous to-do list.
The scale is ROUGHLY life-size---about if your arm measures 23-inches (58cm) from your shoulder to your wrist. Only trial and error can find the exact right fit for you personally. The PDO is unlocked, so you can change the scale without resorting to tricks via Print Settings.
I'd like to apologize for not finishing Terra's keyblade armor yet. I've heard from a great many people who want to know when I will. The delay is that I decided to go all-out and papercraft, resin, and bondo Eraqus's armor for myself, and then the whole nine all over again with Terra's armor after that. On top of that, it took me about six months to lay my hands on the ripped 3D model of Eraqus's armor. I finally got it just before I started the template for Master Keeper
. Now, I'm trying to finish that whole project before Phoenix Comicon on the weekend of May 24th! (If it wasn't for papercraft, I would never even dream of being able to pull this off by then.) Good things come to those who wait, however-----for now I have the skill to enhance the detail of both suits of armor the way I did for their keyblades!
As recently ago as last February, I did not.See Also: high-detail Ends of the Earth papercraft