Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Lulu test build, part 3

The belts are a very fun part on this paper model, because putting them on really makes the "work in progress" instantly recognizable as Lulu! ;o)

I stayed pretty close to the way the belts are originally woven together in the game, but (to a certain extent) you could weave them together to your own liking.

At first, I was a little bit afraid that there would be too many holes between the belts that aren't so obvious in the game, but wouldn't look good in a paper model, but there are so many belts, that I really like the result! ;o)

I also re-did some parts of the fur and neck, because the shoulders were a bit *too* uneven. It wasn't a big change, but I think it looks better now.

Next, I'll unfold and testbuild Lulu's head and/or hands!

Stay tuned!


  1. Yes, with the belts done, it really looks like Lulu already, even without her head yet! ;o)

    That, together with the hands, is pretty much all that's left to test build now (although the hands will be the most tedious parts of the paper model, I think... ;o)

  2. Lulu is turning out great. Good job mate. I love watching your progress on these things, it inspires me to keep working on my own projects.

  3. Thank you, that's very nice to hear of course. ;o) Papercraft can take up a lot of your spare time, but it's always worth it when you finally get to see the end result I think!

  4. It already looks epic and it's just a testbuild! The real one will look even better!

  5. I hope so! ;o)

    Papercraft isn't really difficult, to make the final model look as good as you can, all you have to do is put in a little effort and take your time. ;o)


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