11 February 2008

Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Link Papercraft - Complete

Remember Chokipeta's Four Swords Link? well there's more... Ok, not really Chokipeta, but a creative individual has edited Chokipeta's original pattern and created three more Link papercraft (red, purple, blue) just like in the Hyrulean Adventure video game, now we can truly call it Four Swords. As you can see on the picture, Red Link holds what looks like a Fire Rod, Purple Link is holding a bunch of Rupees, and Blue link is holding a bomb. The original Chokipeta pattern is intact so there's no question on how good it is, there are a few additions to it which comes in the form of new textures and parts and they seem to blend very well, it's a nice complement to the original. You can spot the new parts easily by looking at the outlines, they're the ones with the darker tones.

Notice the seven and fish symbol? it's the same one on the Princess Crown papercraft posted a few weeks ago. I didn't know it back then but apparently the symbol is from the editing designer - he/she goes by the alias ichtus7 and can be found on the Spanish-based site Elotrolado. For my non-Spanish speaking readers a direct download link is available below via Mediafire. Thanks to our reader Manuel for sending in the photos, patterns, and pointing us to the right direction.

Legend of Zelda Papercraft - Four Swords Link Complete [Elotrolado]
Legend of Zelda Papercraft - Four Swords Link Complete [via Mediafire]

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  1. Hahaha. I just saw this on /po/. I've finished his green link and purple link. My dog ate red link's head. Two things that I have problems with with these models are the necks and the feet. I just don't make the feet and use a hint of tape for the head. But when I print his models (as opposed to Chokipeta's) The face is too thin, body too short. IS this really for letter-paper!?! If not, you should add a tag, just saying.

  2. I here you. It's a fan-made unofficial pattern. Those kinks you mentioned, unfortunately, are present with some of them. That or your print setting could be at fault.

  3. The purple one has brown sleeves on the games... stupid (mubleuh hum humble)...


    These are awesome templates! :D

    Here's my attempt!



    Still new to this whole paperkraft thingy-ma-whats-a-mahuzet!


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