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This is a bonus for my other instructable: Create faceted paper-objects
If you like it, please vote for me there while the papercraft competition still runs)

I had hoped that the deer would get some positive feedback. But what really happened totally blew my mind. More than 100.000 views and more than 1.000 likes. Thank you so much!!

That's why I wanted to share an other template with you: The Moose I was talking about in the comments. Some folks asked if they could build that too.

To make it a little more educating, here the tale of me failing to build it. Not because the design is flawed, but because I used builders foam in an attempt to make it more stable.
So enjoy my "How NOT to do it" and my attempt to save the work I had put into it.

The template is attached to the last step, for those of you that can't wait... ;)

Step 1: What I had...

I got pretty far with my moose. The antlers were done, the neck and head. I even had both of them glued together.

But the antlers were too heavy. The head would dent in under the weight. So I had the great idea to use builders foam to stabilize everything by filling the head (at least the sides) with foam.
<p>done it<br>looks great<br>but it's kindda difficult on the antlers assembly because of the unfolding<br>i'm looking forward for more models like this,,,:)</p>
<p>can u email me the template at samanthageelal@rocketmail.com please</p>
<p>Whoohoo. You're the first to make one. Awesome!<br>Yes, the antlers are delicate, but they are, what makes the model so special. That's why I kept them more detailed.</p>
<p>i think it will be easier if it's been unfolded in order,,&amp; it's kinda tricky to close some parts (or it's just i printed printed this on A4)<br><br>i'm just not used to build one like this<br>&amp; i put a roll of thick paper inside the top of the head (inner side of the antlers to hold them straight) so they will not move around</p>
<p>Doing it in A4 does make it harder. The pieces are smaller than intended. And when I unfolded them I didn't know that I would be sharing the templates. The next one I'll do will me more &quot;userfriendly&quot;.</p>
<p>hi. cant found the template in pdf of this moose. can you help me? the links are broken. could you please send me by mail? pimente@ya.ru</p>
<p>could you send me pdf of this moose to my e-mail: dejwi@onet.eu</p><p>thx a lot</p>
<p>love your job could you send me the .pdf to email adress pipenwba@gmail.com, please?:) I want to try my skills</p>
<p>me puede pasar el pdf por favor arturovcomas@gmail.com</p>
<p>can you send me the template,please?</p><p>info@kunst-am-stuhl.de</p>
<p>I love this project all together but is there any chance you could email me the template to just the moose antlers? I would love to make a painting where just the antlers come out of the frame. My email is hbaker488@icloud.com</p>
<p>can anybody send me the PDF as well ? thanh_maria@hotmail.com</p>
<p>Hi,</p><p>can you send me the template?</p><p>Tnx a lot</p><p>josefilho88@hotmail.com</p>
<p>can you share pdf with me,please??</p><p><a href="mailto:paul.garanzini@gmail.com" rel="nofollow">paul.garanzini@gmail.com</a></p>
please send me the pile 99woals@naver.com
Bonjour <br>Pouvez vous m'envoyer le PDF <br>parentsev@gmail.com<br>Merci d'avance
<p>Puede alguien enviarme el pdf que se necesita para hacer esta cabeza gracias stencil.bilder@hotmail.com</p>
This is a lot more painful than the deer... almost call it quit 3 times on the antlers alone... but I did it! Thanks for your template!
<p>Por favor, env&iacute;enme pdf aa.cortijo@gmail.com :)</p>
Hi! Can you send me the file please? <br>dcrspaula1796@gamil.com<br>Thanks! <br> <br>Algu&eacute;m poderia me enviar em pdf o molde? Obrigada!!
<p>algu&eacute;m pode enviar o PDF para calario2712@gmail.com , por favor, quero muito fazer esse alce, mas n&atilde;o tenho dinheiro para comprar o premium.</p><div>Someone can send the PDF to calario2712@gmail.com, please, I really want to do this moose, but I don't have money to buy the premium.<br></div>
<p>Can someone please send me the file??<br>I really want to make it<br>Thank you &lt;3<br></p><p>nikolasdaves@gmail.com</p>
<p>I would like to get started. But want to use different paper for the antlers. Can anyone tell me which pages are for the antlers and which are needed for the head?</p>
<p>Hi :D </p><p>Could someone send me the file? Please sakura_card_captor_pink@hotmail.com</p>
<p>Hey. Could someone send me the file, too? Please Fleur.jolie@hotmail.de</p>
<p>could someone sent the link? thank you!!</p><p>lucy_strange@hotmail.com</p>
This my first project and im so excited could you give pdf to ganirahmani96@gmail.com
can anyone please send me the PDF file? really looking forward to make this one<br>mail adress is:<br>heeb.nora@hotmail.de
<p>Please send me pdf carlosvivarjeldres@gmail.com</p>
<p>please pass pdf nachote_12@hotmail.com</p>
<p>which line do i have to valley fold and which line do i have to mountain fold?</p>
<p>deberias poner toda la informacion siempre en cualquier de tus trabajos, casi no caigo en cuenta acerca de las formas de las lineas en este, sea valle o monta&ntilde;a, gracias muy interesante este papercraft</p>
<p>Did it on A4, looks amazing. For the head I used 160g paper and for the antlers 90g 'metallic' paper. It is sometimes difficult do bond pieces together when working with A4 paper, but the final size is just perfect and there are no problems with weight of the antlers. Good Project!</p>
<p>Hi! So beautiful!!!! It's a problem, use the same g of the paper to the antlers?</p><p>Can you send me the pdf ? my e-mail: samyra14og@hotmail.com</p>
<p>Please could you send me a PDF please?</p><p>pato.thai14@gmail.com</p><p>&iexcl;Thanks a lot!</p>
<p>Please could you send me a PDF?</p><p>Thank you very much!</p>
<p>Hello, </p><p>can anyone send me the PDF?<br>Would be a pleasure!<br>E-Mail: fsakul@web.de<br><br>Thank you!</p>
Pdf plis ??<br>Jefferson.c.m@hotmail.com
<p>Great! Please, send me pdf :)</p><p>petersondubua@gmail.com</p>
<p>Hey can someone tell me which pages of the pdf are for the antlers? I wanna do it with two colors.</p>
<p>Hi ! congrats for your nice tutorial, looks really great ;)<br>I would like do reproduce that thing :</p><p> <a href="http://poppinette.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/assembli-paper-dog.jpg" rel="nofollow">http://poppinette.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/a...</a><br><br>This project is a bit similar to your (less complex I think) and I made the 3D model corresponding to it. I share it at that link : </p><p><a href="https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13164187/bear.obj" rel="nofollow">https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13164187/bear....</a></p><p>Feel free to download and use it, but I would like to ask you if someone could help me to unfold it with Pepakura... I'm new to this soft, and I would like avoid so much folding etc... I'm pretty sure that we can make it out with a minimum au 3 different papercuts, and assemble it together. <br><br>If anyone of you are interested in that or as the answer to help me, please contact me at rv.marmillot@gmail.com<br><br>If it works, I will post some compete tutorial about it ;)<br><br>Thanks,<br><br>Herv&eacute; from France</p>
<p>the link is broken, please send me your file saraum@hotmail.com</p>
<p>could you please re upload it again? link is dead :(</p>
Not able to download the bear. can you please upload it again. Thanks. I can't wait to make it, it looks great
<p>This is great! Please, send me pdf :) vaeril.oronar@gmail.com</p>
<p>hi,</p><p>Ich habe schon deinen hirsch gemacht und er sieht wirklich sch&ouml;n aus. Jetzt wollte ich mich an den elch wagen, kann es aber leider nicht runterladen</p><p>Liebe gr&uuml;&szlig;e </p>
<p>Pleaaaaase send me the PDF to lukas_glatzel@hotmail.de :)</p>
<p>send me the pdf please. :) daek_noe_stretgraff@hotmail.com</p>
<p>Send me the pdf please. :) daek_noe_stretgraff@hotmail.com</p>
<p>send me the pdf please :) nicolecabreravilla@gmail.com thks. </p>

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