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SSBB Luigi Angles by TouchFuzzyGetDizzy SSBB Luigi Angles by TouchFuzzyGetDizzy
My build of Ignatius's Luigi. I tried to make this picture similar to this: [link]
See him with Mario here: [link]
See him rotate! [link]
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jameslink Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very cool!
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LeTourbillonEnchanT Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2012
i don't understand what's the technique to cut only with "bands" ?
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SnrChumber Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2010  Student Interface Designer
this is awesome :F...LUIGI FTW!!!
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KoopaKrazy85 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
HOLY $#!^ THAT IS AMAZING!
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ChibiRakuda Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010
Very nice!!! i would love to build one too.

From what part did you start to build it? the feet? the head? I just want to know the order to get an idea of how to build it.
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TouchFuzzyGetDizzy Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010
Well the model is split up (as in, the head, body, arms, feet, and hands are all separated from one another) so the order you build it in is entirely arbitrary. I personally built the cap, body, feet, head, and then the hands but it doesn't matter what you build first; just keep in mind that you should build everything first before attaching them to each other, otherwise you risk not getting the pose right.
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volleyballplayer13 Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2010
Wow that's amazing! I was just wondering, what kind of paper you use to make your papercrafts?
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TouchFuzzyGetDizzy Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2010
While some use lighter paper, I use cardstock because I like to be able to pick up my models. I think the lighter stuff is just too fragile, although it removes a lot of the shadow that results from cardstock's thickness.
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Eztrella Featured By Owner May 19, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I LOVE IT!!!
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HeroRising Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
brilliant as always =) i really would like to learn how you do this. =)
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