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Once you have all of your pieces cut out you can start identifying what's what. Pepakura viewer allows you to select a part and it will show you where it fits in the general scheme of things. This is very handy. You can also start putting some parts together just to see where you're going. Just remember, you may need to do some de-constructing to get those pieces together at some point.
Congratulations on being one of the winners in Scoochmaroo Papercraft Challenge!!
.. and I didn't know until you told me! Thanks!! Good luck with yours!
Once again pure quality.<br> <br> Your last post put me in the mood for some SNES fun and I spent last Sunday playing Super Marioworld on the ZSNES emulator.&nbsp; I have to say its much easier with save states, a playstation controller clone so you don't get that dent in your right index finger from trying to keep the run button held.&nbsp; I have found 95 of the 96 level exits and am stumped to as where the last one is.<br> <br> Lemmy Koopa is my favorite.
pepakura is a bit pricy :( $38 for a password? a bit too much for me :( <br> <br>but great job on your statue :D
Pepakura is free, mostly. <br>With the free version you can open view and edit models, but you just cannot save them. If you dedicate an afternoon to any unfolding/layout along with creating the project, you will be just fine.
I think <a href="http://www.123dapp.com/make" rel="nofollow">123d Make</a> by autodesk has a folded paper option that you could use instead of pepakura
I hear you there, but it's still cheaper than a lot of other software, and if you use it like I do it's totally worth it. Thanks for the comment and compliment!!
This is very cool, I wish you had the templates I would love to make some of these for my classroom next year that I'm themed Nintendo! <br> <br>I bet you feel pretty accomplished after making this!!! It's always fun to take on a complicated task and finish it with such amazing craftsmanship! 5 stars and you have my vote!
Thank you so much. I sent you a PM about it. On to the next one!!
Thank you so much!! I sent you a PM back and you rock!

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