Cool ! I'll do this one... After the Black Knight ^^Thanks a lot for yours models.But I use 160gm paper and it's not enough strong :(Some modifications could be made to have a stronger minifig.
Hollow paper really just isn't as strong as plastic of course... ;o) I always use 200 gsm paper myself, but if you take your time and don't try to play with the "moving" parts of the paper minifig *too* agressively, 160 gsm could also do.One person called Jon Leslie who built my papercraft Redbeard minifig, used tissue paper soaked in glue to fill up the inside of the parts with a "honey-comb"-like reinforcement, making the parts stronger: you can read a bit more about it in the "hall of fame" and on his own website http://jleslie48.com/jl/110318_model/acs.htmlThe Black Knight has the most pieces of all my papercraft minifigs so far, and some of them are quite tricky! But I hope you can do it, have fun! ;o)
Very nice figurine ! You've got the Force with you ! :).
Thank you! But luckily I didn't need the Force to make it this, because my midi-chlorian count isn't that high really... ;o)