Project III - Sarah Testbuild complete

    Yes! It's finally done! The test build is completed!
    Just as expected her hand was extremely hard to build and I think it looks too small compared to the rest of her body. I think I'll resize her hand to make it bigger, besides this I have to change some flaps here and there to make it easier to build and I think that's all there's to do.
    I took two pics of the test build so everyone can have an idea of the outcome:
    Sarah test Build     Sarah TEst Build 2
     I'm also thinking about making something for her to sit on...but I don't know what it could be. I have some box templates and I though about using those but I'm not sure. I'll see if I can think about something or else I'll leave her sitting on the board of my table.
     Now all that's left is to apply the changes that I have in mind and build the colored version. Again I don't know how long it'll take for me to do this since I'm still not used to build thinking about writing a walkthrough and also I need to see when I'll have some free time to print this.
    Yes, I need free time to print and money, unfortunately. This is because I don't have a printer at home so I have to print on stores that we call (literal translation) "express graphics". The monochromatic templates I print at my college since they're for testbuilding purpose I don't mind using normal print paper (75gsm paper) but for a finer build I rather use a thicker paper and that my college don't offer so I have to go elsewhere.
    To sum everything, the good news is that the testbuild is done and I was satisfied with the result and it should be ready to be released. The bad news is that I don't know how long it'll take me to print the colored version and write the walkthrough for it.
    Well, stay tuned for more updates and future projects.

Thanks for reading.


  1. Fantastic! and Sarah was made from paper? Nice job, dude..!

  2. Yes, this is simply paper and glue.
    But I think this one is much harder to build than the other two I have already created.
    Let's see how the color build turns out :)

  3. This look great...Paper Sarah coming to life...

  4. That is so impressive! I can't wait to see the final product. I cannot imagine the patience and skill it takes to execute a project like this!

  5. Sarah is cute! Hahah, very sweet.. I hope to see the coloured version soon. Good luck!

  6. That is so cool! You are very talented.


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