22 June 2006

Jiji the Cat Papercraft



Here is a paper model of Jiji, the cat from Kiki's Delivery Service. This is my version of Jiji, taken with permission from Kotetsu's web site, Kinmoku.net. I used the Luna paper model (Sailormoon's cat), changed it's color and added some whiskers. Meow!

Jiji the Cat - Download

Kotetsu's Paper Models - http://www.kinmoku.net/tsukutte/


18 comments:

  1. That is freaky wierd, I just finished my Jiji one week ago. Check it out at http://the-joeba.livejournal.com/

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  2. That is weird, Ive finished my version of Jiji a few months back but I had
    to get permission from the site owner (Kotetsu) so I could credit her on the
    Luna paper model, luckily she agreed and is now also linking Jiji on her site >>

    http://www.kinmoku.net/tsukutte/

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