Unreal Tournament Trophy Papercraft + 3d Print

Introduction: Unreal Tournament Trophy Papercraft + 3d Print

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"For those willing to build a mountain of bones and climb to the top. In environments that stun against AI that kills. For those willing to stake their lives in the pursuit of victory. We salute you."

Award yourself or someone else a silver, gold or bronze UT thropy just like the one the developers at Epic Games have! You can also make these for a (LAN) UT contest and award the winners one!

> > Download UT Trophy templates here < <

PDO files can be opened with Pepakura Viewer/Designer

Files included:
- Gold, Silver and Bronze Trophy .pdo (30 cm high)
- Readme

- You can change the texture by going to Settings->Texture Settings and replace the texture with a different one.
- You can resize the papermodel (Pepakura Designer only) by going to the 2D Menu->Change Scale->Scale Factor.

Step 1: Reference & Modeling

I modeled this trophy from scratch and added the UT characters and the eightball guns from UT99. I looked at these photo's I found on the UT forum and looked at my Unreal Tournament box art. After that I created a UV layout and created a texture based on the photos. I made three color variations on it, because the real statue is from metal (= silver) and on the box art there was a gold version. With silver and gold in place I figured that only a bronze version was missing so I also added that one.

You can also see the real trophy in this video below at 10:27

Step 2: Materials

Material list:

- Aleene's Tacky Glue
- Cutting knife/scissors
- Cutting mat
- Black marker (no gloss!, to hide paper edges)
- Tweezers (optionally)
- Paper (I used regular paper 80 g/m2, but I would recommend going for some heavier paper like 120 g/m2)
- Printer

Step 3: Print & Cut

  1. Print out the templates
  2. Cut all the pieces with your scissors or cutting knife

    Next up is the gluing part!

Step 4: Gluing

This is pretty straightforward. Just start at the bottom and glue your way up till it's finished.

Then you can make the character(s). In my build I made my character bigger and have it stand solo on the trophy. Of course you can do this as well if you prefer to have your own character of choice in the center of attention. The models are from UT99 so you can edit/add those textures to these models.

The character(s) are hard to make, because they are extremely tiny. A tip is that if you are having trouble with connecting parts together, don't be shy to cheat a little: for example if the foot and the leg don't want to get glued together just fill the foot with glue and the part that needs to connect to it and press it together. Then wait till the glue has dried.

Step 5: Update: 3D Model for 3D Printing

I have made the model higher poly and more detailed for the 3D print. On myminifactory you can see and download the 3D model: https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-ut-d...

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    1 year ago

    This is exactly what I need for a UT tourney coming up - great work!


    3 years ago

    It was my first big papercraft, so it's not perfect. But still, it come out pretty good. I've made it as a gift to my father for completing god difficulty level. He was very glad. Thanks for the model and instructions!


    Reply 3 years ago

    I am glad you liked it and thanks for sharing! I love seeing these pictures :D!


    8 years ago

    This is awesome I love Unreal and have missed playing it over the years. I may do this one.


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Well there is a new UT being made right now that will be totally free. If you aren't aware of it, you can go to the forums for new game here https://forums.unrealtournament.com/forum.php


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Is there a 3D model of this so we can print it on 3D printer?

    I'll get a M3D printer soon so this might be a first thing to print if there's a way ;)

    Thanks for your awesome work! :)


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah. It's a 3D model, but I have no 3D printer and thus no experience with creating files for them.

    You can export models from Pepakura by going to File -> export -> 3D model/UV information (.obj) in Pepakura Designer. Then you can load it up in a 3D modeling program and export it to the format that the 3D printer can handle.