29 March 2007

Final Fantasy IX - Vivi papercraft

For a while I wanted to do a character nice and colorful and finally I did it Vivi from the game Final Fantasy IX. It's in a three page template and would take about 7-8 hours of work to build this 6 inch tall masterpiece. For those who don't know him that well, Vivi Orunitia is one of the most popular character from Final Fantasy IX, he is a Black Mage who gets entangled in Tantalus' plan to kidnap Princess Garnet when he travels to Alexandria. He has a black skin of unknown material, no visible facial features - except for his distinctive glowing yellow eyes, and he has the ability to cast magic without training. Vivi is just nine years old but is incredibly powerful and mature for his age.



Chamoo


11 comments:

  1. Hey chamoo, how do you do your papecrafts theyr very good?

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  2. for the 3d I use google sketchup and for templates I use pepakura designer

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  3. how much is that pepakura designer and where can you buy that one, coz ive never heard of it

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  4. There's actually some missing tabs and missing fold lines (on the "neck" part. papermodeller@hotmail.com made a repaint with some small fixes.
    http://zip.4chan.org/po/res/44178.html while the link lasts (won't be long)

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  5. That link is gone, did somebody save it??

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  6. Too cool! Can someone direct me toward 8-Bit Final Fantasy papercraft? I'd looove to have Fighter, Black Mage and the rest hanging around my computer! :)
    alia_jae@yahoo.com

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  7. Its good im working on a full scale Alexandria model with the wings and etc so far the lower torso is about 1 metre high and im doing it all by hand as the size of part's which is quite anoying ill post picks on completion

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  8. Alexandria Summon, that's the castle with wings right? the one who fought Bahamut?, send me some pics or a link to your site when you're finish so I could do a post on you.

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  9. Took me way longer than 8 hours I think; About 3 hours just to do the hat!. At least 13 all up, I would say (although this is only the second model I've done). Turned out great though! Thanks :)

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  10. send us some pics so we can add it to our community photos

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