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August 3, 2013

Life Size Dragon Ball Z Papercraft

Goku and Kid Buu are characters in both the Dragon Ball Z manga and the animated television series. In the manga, Kid Buu is the final villain encountered by the Dragon Ball heroes. These life size paper models of Goku and Buu were created by Paper Juke. The templates for the models may be downloaded here and here.

23 comments:

  1. I'll print the Buu blank and them paint it mannualy just to see how it looks.

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    1. That would hide the white edges of the paper.

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  2. Hi, how do you harden the paper? Is it also hollow inside? thanks!

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    1. The paper used is card stock so it is rigid enough not to require hardening. Yes, the models are hollow inside.

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  3. I keep getting dead links for Goku no matter where I go. Buu seems to still work though.

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    1. I updated the Goku link above with an alternate download location. Try again.

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  4. password protected y

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    1. Open with Pepakura Viewer not Pepakura Designer.

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  5. hola descarge a goku supuestamente es de 1:80 pero a mi me salio 1:63 no se como hacer para q este 1:80 si alguien sabe porfavor digame gracias

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    1. ¡Oh Dios, amigo! Acabo de saber de todo este mundo del papercraft y encontré esta página navegando entre las imágenes de Google. Veo que no respondieron tu comentario y en verdad me pareció triste, quizá si se lo hubieses preguntado en inglés si te habría respondido como a la gran mayoría, pero en fin, el modelo si mide 1 metro 80, probablemente ajustaste las opciones de impresión y por eso te salió así... Y bueno, saludos desde el 02 de Octubre del 2017 :D

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  6. hi :D
    i have 120-150 gsm cardstock
    is it strong enough to hold it?

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    1. 120-150 gsm most likely will work. If you want to be 100% sure, I would go with 150-200 gsm.

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  7. hi
    would I print them on to A4 or A3 card stock paper

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  8. Do you need to resize the buu to be the size in the picture or is the file set to that size, its only 12 pages so i don't feel it could be the full size.

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    1. The file is set for a model that is 15" (38 cm) tall. The model in the photo looks like it is at least twice that size. Since the author of the model locked the PDO it will be difficult to scale it up, but there are ways...

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    2. Thanks so much for the reply, ill do some research and see if that guy released his scale anywhere online

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  9. I keep getting dead links for Buu

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    1. The link has been updated. Try again.

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  10. 300gsm for goku , is it good ?

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  11. what scale are used to make life-size models, by the way, awesome work

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    1. There is no easy answer to your question. The scale varies according to the scale of the original 3D model used to create the papercraft.

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