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Thank you for this instructable! You are right, there are instructables that feature paperuka, I followed an insturctable karteks on http://www.instructables.com/id/Faceted-Deer-Head/paperuka worked fine except that you could not save files, you could only save your templates in pdf file format. so it is not ideal.I use Blender on regular basis to model objects for my 3D printer, but i'm also intrestedd in papercraft and rendering animations. The Blender interface is realy great so thank you for explaining how to use blender to make templates for papercraft. No switching between different programs anymore;) Thanks a lot!keep up the good work!
The Urban Micro-Knife
interesting hobby. would make decent gift for fantasy fans. would be interested to see a completed rapier with the exquisite hand guards. consider it a challenge (lol). dare ye pick up the gauntlet I throw at your feet? imaginative and well written. difficult to think of any practicality for them, but like I said, its an interesting hobby, and I rather like the idea of them, just cant figure out what id DO with them lol. well documented steps though. thank you for your contribution.
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