Arokh Papercraft




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Finally Arokh from the game Drakan has come to papercraft! It was pretty hard to get him out of the game, but with a lot of patience it succeeded! You will need Pepakura in order to open the files. Just print, cut and glue him together. You can scale him as big as you want using Pepakura Designer. If you want to let him hang, just grab a needle and string and attach it at the right spot so he is in balance.

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Step 1: Materials

Material list:

  • Aleene's Tacky Glue
  • Cutting knife/scissors or Silhouette Cameo (cutting machine)
  • Cutting mat
  • Black marker
  • Tweezers (recommended)
  • Paper
  • Printer

Step 2: Print, Cut and Glue

  1. Print out the templates.
  2. Cut out the parts and use a black marker to hide white edges of the paper. Only use it at dark parts!
  3. Fold and glue the parts together.

You can fold using a ruler, a scissor or slightly go over it with your cutting knife. You should start gluing at the mouth, then the head and the body. Only close the body when you have attached at least the beginning of the limbs onto it, otherwise it will be hard to glue it on properly.

__ _ __ = valley fold

__ __ __ = mountain fold

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->Edge 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.

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    9 Discussions

    I wanted to make this because I simply love Drakan: order of the flame. It has been a game from my youth and it was the reason I love dragons. It's one of those games that has a special place in my heart. It hasn't been done before as well.


    Reply 3 years ago

    I know it's been awhile but thanks for this. Underrated game that deserves more love.


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    For this case I exported this model using 3D Ripper DX (the Drakan editor didn't work for me).
    Then I went in-game and captured a frame with it. I found out the occuled faces didn't exported out, so I only had half a model (non symmetrical).
    Next I recreated the model with Maya and went back and forth between Pepakura and Maya till I couldn't find any errors anymore.
    Finally I unfolded it into an usable pattern with Pepakura and build it.


    5 years ago

    Omg i loved Drakan. Nice to see its not forgotten. Thanks for sharing