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Life Size Midna Papercraft by studioofmm Life Size Midna Papercraft by studioofmm
Midna (imp version) from the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, made completely out of paper.

She’s a life size papercraft model standing at exactly 4 feet (122 cm/ 48”). She’s made from 120+ pages that took me 5-10 hours a day for 2 weeks to assemble.
The warp portal stand is made from black foam board with the design painted on. A tutorial of how to make the stand for the life size model is included in the template download.

Thanks to the amazing :iconxenonray: for letting me turn his smaller version into a life size papercraft to go with my Link!
3D edit and original unfold by :iconxenonray: , life size unfold and test build by myself.

Template: studioofmm.deviantart.com/art/…

Posters, t-shirts and more: www.redbubble.com/people/studi…

Check out my gallery for tons of more Zelda papercrafts!

More Midna:
Fused Shadow by studioofmm The Imp and the Princess by studioofmm The Hero and the Helper by studioofmm The Legend of Link and The Twilight Princess by studioofmm

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:iconxandyrox246:
XandyRox246 Featured By Owner 4 days ago
Awesome!!!
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:iconstudioofmm:
studioofmm Featured By Owner May 31, 2013   General Artist
Thanks :)
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:iconjepi12:
jepi12 Featured By Owner May 29, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
LIFESIZE?.... this is cool!
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:iconstudioofmm:
studioofmm Featured By Owner May 6, 2013   General Artist
That's up to you. The main issue is the ankles collapsing into the feet from the weight of the rest of her body. Some extra support that goes from the ankles into the feet is all that's needed, but if you'll feel better filling the whole foot with support it won't hurt :)
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:iconhyperjosh:
HyperJosh Featured By Owner May 6, 2013
just a quick question for reinforcing the lower body, i get that the legs need as much support as possible according to the notes. but should i fill the feet with as much support as the legs and ankles?
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:iconstudioofmm:
studioofmm Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013   General Artist
Thanks!
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:iconshimmeroflightning:
ShimmerOfLightning Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2013  Student Digital Artist
That's amazing!!! Midna's Lifesize!! :iconiloveitplz:
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:iconminidelirium:
minidelirium Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2013  Hobbyist
oh, I just realized you might've meant "do you want lined or smooth style" and I'd love to make another wonder of polygons, so if it's possible I'd prefer a foldguided, lined version after the big one too, but it's not really a nescessity since I can fold after the small one. I don't want to give you a lot of extra work if I't the same with both small and big foldwise.
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minidelirium Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2013  Hobbyist
omg thanks!!! I didn't dare to hope. :D
lineless works. I can check the lines in the smaller version when I fold I think. and don't feel any stress over it, you do it when you feel you have the time. :heart:
I'll send you my email in a PM
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:iconstudioofmm:
studioofmm Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2013   General Artist
I checked, and there is no password so I can enlarge it. I don't really have the time right now but it is something I would be glad to do for you. 6 feet sounds good to me! When I do get the chance to work on it, I won't bother to edit the cape and I'll need your email or something so that I can send you the files. Do you want it lined or line-less?
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