Always wanted to hold the Redeemer in your hands? Now you can with these paper models! Just print, cut and glue them together. You can scale them to your liking using pepakura Designer (you see the dimensions in there) and apply different textures if you want. I adjusted the weapons so they are scaled properly towards each other (on the photo this is not yet the case with all weapons). Note: They are not scaled towards other character papercrafts.


Download Pepakura Designer here:

Adjust your papersize accordingly! The papersize used is A4, so if you are using Letter format you need to change it
in Settings->Print and Paper Settings->PaperSize and then rearrange the parts to fit the page.

You can resize the papermodel to your liking by going to the 2D Menu->Change Scale->Scale Factor.

If you don't/do want the fold lines, but want to keep the flaps, go to 2D Menu->Edit Mode->Eedge color
and then check "Hide Edges Almost Flat" and put the slider all the way to the left (0 Deg.) to hide the fold lines.
Slide the slider to the right if you want the foldlines to appear.

If you want to keep the fold lines, but want them more transparent:
Go to Settings-> Print and Paper-> adjust the ammount of transparancy that you want. (This affects foldlines and flaps).

You can change the texture by going to Settings->Texture Settings and replace the texture with a different one.

Use the software to easily see which parts connect to each other.


Weapons included are:
- Chainsaw
- Impact Hammer
- Translocator
- Enforcer
- Biorifle
- Pulsegun
- Shockrifle
- Ripper (with 1 disk)
- Minigun
- FlakCannon (with 1 Flak)
- Rocket Launcher (with several rockets)
- Sniperrifle
- Redeemer

On the photo above the impact hammer and shockrifle are a bit big, but in the download that's already adjusted!

Step 1: Printing, cutting, folding & gluing

- Scissors/knife
- (Hot)glue
- Patience

Print the patterns, cut them out, fold and glue them together. Be sure use a glue that does not affect the paper (use hotglue or glue designed for paper). Use the pepakura to see which edge is connected to which edge if you are unsure.
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