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Master Sword Papercraft by Skeleman Master Sword Papercraft by Skeleman
Life-size papercraft Master Sword from The Legend of Zelda series.

I think this was kind of ambitious for a novice papercrafter like myself but despite a lot of small mistakes I'm quite happy with the way it turned out.

Template from the life-sized Link on the PaperCraft Museum:[link]
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:iconcshinske:
how did you know where to fold the pieces i have got the same file and it does not tell me where to fold.
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ArcFlayer Dec 12, 2012  Hobbyist
Hey, can toy send me the links for pepakura files on this?
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:iconvincentmrl:
hi, nice build of the lifesized link master sword, I want to ask you some things:
1. In what order did you build the model?
2. Did you use any internal reinforcements? If yes what?
3.I'm confused about cutting the detail golden parts instead of keeping them how they are, it looks like you left them how they were and glued on pic, right?
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Skeleman Sep 20, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I apologize for not responding sooner.

1. From the blade tip down.
2. Just some extra paper, especially where the blade and handle connect.
3. I'm not sure what part you're talking about.
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:iconvincentmrl:
No need to apologize because even if now, you still answered :)

1. Whatever i'm building it handle separated from sword, then I'll do half of sword in handle then close with tip, this way I can fill model with foam
2. as I said i'm filling with foam that makes it's super hard
3.I'm talking about the glue on parts
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:iconvannieleibeck:
What's the software that you need to download first in order to download the template?
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Skeleman Feb 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
It is Pepakura [link] The Pepakura Viewer can be used to view and print templates and is completely free.
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Koki-ri Jan 26, 2012  Student General Artist
What kind of paper did you use for this and/or what type of printer did you use?

I tried the 250gsm that's recommended but it's too thick for my printer. :saddummy:
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Skeleman Feb 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I think used 200gsm paper and my printer is an HP inkjet.
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:iconanimefreak020:
Can You Please Give The Link To Me!?! I Wanna Know How To Make This!!
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