Introduction: Werokh (Flying)
Werokh from the game Drakan: Order of the flame in papercraft form! Note that this model is from the singleplayer campaign. The multiplayer version of the Werokh model was adjusted to fit the skeleton of the Arokh model. You can see that version here: https://www.instructables.com/id/Werokh/
You can make your own by downloading the template:
>> Download Werokh Flying Papercraft template here <<
You will need Pepakura 4 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.
Download Pepakura Designer here: http://www.tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura-en/
- Change paper size: Setting > Print and Paper Settings > Paper Size and then rearrange the parts to fit the page.
- Resize the mode: 2D Menu > Change Scale > Set Scale.
- Hide fold lines and keep the flaps: 2D Menu > Edit Mode > Edge color > Check "Hide Edges Almost Flat" and put the slider all the way to the left (0 Deg.) Slide to the right if you want the foldlines to appear.
- Keep fold lines, but make them more transparent: Setting > Print and Paper Settings > adjust the amount of transparancy that you want. (This affects foldlines and flaps).
- Change texture: Settings >Texture Settings and replace the texture with a different one.
Use the software to easily see which parts connect to each other.
- Color the flap on the edge: 2D Menu > add outline padding
If you want to have the flap colored with a similair color: Setting > Other Settings > Advanced > Check "Paint flaps iwth neighboring face color instead of overflow paint"
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Step 1: Materials
- Aleene's Tacky Glue (can be found at Pipoos)
- Cutting knife/scissors or Silhouette Cameo (cutting machine)
- Cutting mat
- Black marker
- Tweezers (recommended)
- Thread (transparent for the nicest result)
Step 2: Step 2: Print, Cut and Glue
- Cut out the parts and use a black marker to hide white edges of the paper. Only use it at dark parts!
- Fold and glue the parts together.You should start with the most tiny/detailed part and that is the head. Work your way towards the tail and wings.
- Glue it flap by flap and ring by ring. You can also cut out and directly glue one part at a time so you don't accidentally lose a (tiny) part! You can fold using a ruler, a scissor or slightly go over it with your cutting knife.
__ _ __ = valley fold
__ __ __ = mountain fold
If you have a Silhouette Cameo, you can use that to cut the templates by making use of the Cameo plugin for Pepakura. Found here: http://www.tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura-en/download/vie...
Step 3: Use Thread and Needle to Hang the Model
First figure out where the balance point (neck) is so it hangs properly.
Put a needle and thread through that point to make the model hang. And you are done!
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