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Luigi's Mansion Luigi Papercraft by SebCroc Luigi's Mansion Luigi Papercraft by SebCroc
Been doing nothing here on dA so finally I can get something up FOR THE FIRST TIME and that will be the Luigi which some may know won me a contest.

2 months total including editing, unfolding and building, 1 month building. And yay, my best craft ever ^^
So annoying making him I restarted the legs 6 times >:(

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:icontheskywardsword100:
TheSkywardSword100 Jul 3, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
This is amazing. Probably top 10 models. It's that good.
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SebCroc Jul 4, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you :)
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:iconcodyormoe:
Forgot to say.......I ended up glueing quarters in the feet. They seem to work really well.
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SebCroc Aug 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Note that the vacuum you put on his back will weigh him down.
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:iconcodyormoe:
I hope you still check this. I'm having some troubler with the teeth. I can't figure out how to make the 2d pattern window in Pepakura Viewer bigger so I can actually see which pieces go where or how exactly they go together. Is there any way you can explain it or post a blow up of how they go together?

Thanks,
Codyormoe
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SebCroc Aug 21, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I made a rough diagram last year to help out another person:

[link]

The tabs on the teeth don't actually have a corresponding edge.
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:iconcodyormoe:
Thank you!!!!!!! I downloaded this and started building a few days ago. It's very well done and pretty easy to follow with the pdo. My son is having a blast watching his hero being built from the feet up. Only question I have is what might be a good thing to put in the feet for weight? I've thought of pouring in some sand and glue, but if you have a better idea I'd love to hear it.

Thanks again!
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SebCroc Aug 19, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm not really sure about sand, because it could move around inside and seep out through unintentional holes, but it really depends on what paper you are using. If you are going to mix sand with glue, just don't put in too much glue :)
When I built it I used fishing sinkers and expanding foam, which was very risky.
May I ask what thickness of paper are you using?
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:iconcodyormoe:
Anyone have this? I've been looking everywhere for an actual download of this papercraft. My son is totally obsessed with Luigi's Mansion and would love to add this to the collection we've been making.
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:iconsebcroc:
SebCroc Aug 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh, I apologise, I thought I already re-uploaded the model... The site that hosted the files was shut down a few weeks ago and I've lost track of which crafts need to be re-hosted.
I created the template, so if you have any questions please ask :)
Here is the download: [link]
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