Faceted Jungle Panther Trophy

Introduction: Faceted Jungle Panther Trophy

Hello guys,

I started my first project after reading Krummey post about faceted trophies.

I found a free 3D model of a panther head, modified it a bit to ease the crafting.

I used blender (free 3D software) to modify the faceted model.

Please find the pattern for the panther head on my blog.

Step 1: Tips for Crafting

Few tips I can share after 3 different trophies :

- use a paperknife to "pre-fold" parts.

- use a good glue, it will be way easier. I use 3M Scotch Gel Glue (green one), I guess you can find it worldwide.

- use a thick paper.I use 240g/m² and it works perfectly.

- assemble and glue the smallest part first, for the panther the mouth area is really hard to make !

- be patient ! It's a long run to finish your trophy :)

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    16 Comments

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    lukaswitzke10
    lukaswitzke10

    Question 1 year ago

    Kann ich die vorlage haben?

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    TrizW
    TrizW

    Question 2 years ago on Step 1

    I need this template right away. I can paypal you, please email me, thanks!
    Troywisdom@yahoo

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    JimboC2
    JimboC2

    3 years ago

    Hello, please send me a .pdf file. Thanks! :)

    jimbocayetano@gmail.com

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    izzyfg
    izzyfg

    3 years ago

    My email : izzyfg@yahoo.fr

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    izzyfg
    izzyfg

    3 years ago

    Hi, please could you send me the pdf file

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    Samuel Rosinský
    Samuel Rosinský

    3 years ago

    Hi,could you please send me the pdf?

    samkorosinsky@gmail.com

    Thanks

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    laberne
    laberne

    3 years ago

    j'aimerais savoir comment plier la tête de panthere

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    BaptisteL8
    BaptisteL8

    Reply 3 years ago

    Salut

    Je ne suis pas sur de comprendre ta question.

    Il faut juste imprimer le PDF, découper les formes puis coller les languettes sur les surfaces correspondantes en pliant les formes selon les pointillés

    Le seul HIC que j'ai eu est de savoir si on doit plier vers l'intérieur ou l'extérieur. J'attends la reponse.

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    junglecallingpapercraft
    junglecallingpapercraft

    Reply 3 years ago

    Bonjour,

    concernant le sens de pliage :

    ------- ►plier vers l'intérieur

    _._._._►plier vers l'extérieur

    en toute logique tu dois plier majoritairement vers l'intérieur, c'est à dire que tu fais ta "pré-pliure" au cutter sur l'extérieur de ton trophée (partie apparente au final)... je ne sais pas si je me suis fait bien comprendre..

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    BaptisteL8
    BaptisteL8

    Reply 3 years ago

    Ok j'avais pas le mode d'emploi des pliures. du coup j'ai fait un peu comme j'ai pu.

    Il me reste les dents à mettre en place mais c'est complexe.

    J'envoie une photo quand j'aurai fini

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    BaptisteL8
    BaptisteL8

    3 years ago

    Hi, I have started to work on the panther. It is not as good looking as yours but well still looking like a panther...

    I realized almost finished that I did some foldings wrong. Is ther a way to identify if you should fold in or out?

    I will post my final result soon.

    PS: Is the PDF file on your blog exactly the one you used for your project? It seems to me way more faceted...

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    junglecallingpapercraft
    junglecallingpapercraft

    Reply 3 years ago

    Hello !

    Well I reduced the number of facets between my work and the model.

    The mouth is a little bit less complicated.

    It's a pretty though project, with a lot of very little facets. I'm looking forward seeing you work !!

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    DIY Hacks and How Tos

    That looks really cool. Do you have any pictures of the project in progress?

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    junglecallingpapercraft
    junglecallingpapercraft

    Reply 4 years ago

    Sadly I finished this project before thinking to post it here.

    However I will detail the steps I did.

    I'm planning to post more, for the next project I will take pictures to show how I did it ! (I use Krummey tuto).

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    tabecker
    tabecker

    Reply 4 years ago

    Is this a small head not a life size mask head?