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Rena - Head by Destro2k Rena - Head by Destro2k
ok now, here the building process of the head
i build one half first to see if it works, so you see the second side
and with this images you maybe know why i'm so exited about this

with the last re-edit of the 3d mesh, i left the head as is was
because it is just perfect
:iconkp-shadowsquirrel: did a really awesome job on this, so it would be a shame to destroy it :aww:

pic1
i started with the nose, it is based on two pices
added the four pieces from the forehead ans also the one with the mouth print on it

pic2,3,4
here you can see the idea to connect the ears
i connect the ear to the head and glue the other pieces around of them
works very well except a few pieces that i have to re-cut in the designer

pic5-8
the building process to finish the side
the pieces with the eyes on it have a few issues
there are two hidden folding lines
i will explain then later as a extra upload
that you have an overview on them

pic9+10
the building process of the chin and the beginning of the neck

pic11+12
a few steps further
with this pieces you will get more and more the final shape of the head

pic13+14
the left and right side behind the ears
this was not easy and there is also a hidden folding line :worry:
i have to re-edit them, because this version is hard
maybe you can see it, the edges don't really fit

pic15
these are two pieces for the peeks at the back of the head
i glued them first at the inside and then on the taps on the outside
with this two pieces you will get the taps for the last pieces from the back of the head

"pic16"
ok, as the text say
here should be more pictures and also the final head
but the last steps are really simple
and at this point I must be mean :evillaugh:
because the head looks really great
you will see the final result only with the finished model ;P
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With-intention Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2011
it looks so complex...I love it!
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Destro2k Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thank you :)
glad you like it
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cats00 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011  Student Filmographer
How big do you think the complete figurine will be? It looks so awesome.@w@
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May the powers of the sacred fish bless you @w@
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Destro2k Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thx :)
i planed about 50cm
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cats00 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2011  Student Filmographer
Well thats kinda big. Interesting OwO
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May the power of the sacred fish bless you @w@
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RenaShade Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011
That is a seriously impressive work!

Just a question (I'm sure you've gotten this before); how do you make that mesh? Is it single squares you glue together with triangles, or is it a complete piece that you just fold in squares?
Thanks in advance, and good luck with that paper Renamon =D
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Destro2k Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
thx
well, that you have to ask :iconkp-shadowsquirrel:
this model is based on the mesh from his Renamon Pose 7
i don't know how to create such a model :blushes:
i just recieved the mesh from him, re-edit and convert it in that way that it is possible to build with paper :)

the pepakura designer, the programm for the printable sheets, split the polygones and add a tap for the glue on each side automaticaly
but you have to sort the pieces in a right way, otherwise you have sheets which would be impossible to cut and glue ;)
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RenaShade Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011
So, when you're building it, every single square are from the beginning cut out from a piece of paper, and then glued together in a certain order?
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Destro2k Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
jup :aww:
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RenaShade Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2011
That's a massive undertaking, as I suspected.. :XD:
Have fun =D
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