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Poochyena Papercraft by PrincessStacie Poochyena Papercraft by PrincessStacie
Grrrrr! Bark! Bark!

He looks super cute to keep by me as I papercraft or play on my computer.

Ironically when I build him I had just finished Cloud so I swore off building spikes. But his entire butt (see what I did there? >.>) is spikes! Not for those who hate spikes.

Download the Paperpokes template here: [link]
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Meowstic-45 Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
cute!!
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dodoman75 Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011
THAT'S VERY VERY SMOOTH!! did you used the same paper as with buizel?
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PrincessStacie Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011
yups =D
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TimBauer92 Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011
It's very nice! You did a good job.:D
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PrincessStacie Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2011
thank you :hug:
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LuisFerrari Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011
I agree, this one is the cutest papercraft ever, one of the at least :D

The building looks really smooth and it looks like thicker paper, is it?
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PrincessStacie Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011
It's just my double layering method of glu-sticking a piece of paper to the template. I'm very happy it looks natural though ^^
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LuisFerrari Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011
It looks really natural, congrats :D Why don't you build them with the normal method? XD Cosmo uses normal printer paper and his results are amazing :D
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PrincessStacie Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011
I use to but then a week or two after finishing the craft would fall or my mom would decide it's dusting time... And my crafts suddenly have dents in them. I also kept having problems with important fold areas not holding shape because the thin paper couldn't support the weight.
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LuisFerrari Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011
The fall part I have a suggestion, even if it don't need weight inside, put it anyway, so the wind wont blow it away. About the mom dusting time, do it yourself, so you can take them of and they wont have dents. The last part, I think that folding would solve that problem, but I don't know. You could glue some stripes of paper on the lower parts, so it will support the weight. Hope my tips are usefull XD
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