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Rainbow Dash Papercraft by Kna Rainbow Dash Papercraft by Kna
i have been working to create this for almost a month! it is my second papercraft, please coment i you know a way to improve this.
i plan on doing the main six and special side characters too.
i did first rainbow because she is my favorite character...
later i will post photos, and maybe a little tutorial... i have to go now.

instructions(sort of):[link]

Finished photo : [link]

Fluttershy :[link]

Obviusly i do not own Rainbow Dash or ponys etcetc (C) Hasbro and lauren faust
i designed the papercraft myself, tough.
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mlptt Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2014
mlptt Featured By Owner Edited Jun 21, 2014
Purman911 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2014
Do you have a thing showing how to put it together
Kna Featured By Owner May 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
search inside my gallery the paper ponis folder, inside its a subfolder called "tutorials"
MlpAdoptables3 Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I love you. THIS IS AWESOME!
Kna Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
many thanks! :)
Darkeyedkid Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
as a somewhat budding paper model artist, would you tell me how you measure a curved line so that the adjoining piece fits and lines up correctly? I hope you don't use a 3d imaging program because I've tried and failed with that, lol. But right now I'm kind of stuck with resorting to straight edges because I can just measure them easily by the pixel on
Kna Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
AHHH XD it took me half a year how to figure that.wonderful question my friend! :)
i do not use a 3d program, but i do use a piece yarn/sewing thread/(sometimes my headphones cable)etc.
when i`m tracing the pattern in a vector program XD(this will sound ridiculous) i zoom out enough to see both parts, and in real life i put the tread carefully against the screen following the shape i`m interested in, then i measure it with a ruler or compare it putting it over the other part(the one that has to measure like the other and make adjustments as needed). LOL i dunno if i explained it clear i hope you understand.

other times i directly create in the vector program a curve just as the one that needs measuring over it and jut rotate it with the center on the beginning, like if i were using a compass and opening it.
Darkeyedkid Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
oh intersting. I don't know if I'd be good with that first way. What I do is I measure and count straight line by straight line.
The other way sounds hard too. Thanks for following me on my tumblr btw. x)
Kna Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
 oh, it only SOUNDs hard but its actually pretty silly. You are welcome, your kaijuss are really cute!
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