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Okami Papercraft by GojiguyAR Okami Papercraft by GojiguyAR
The character from Okami done with construction paper. I kept the colors simple, but the cutting as detailed as I could.
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mangaka20 Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2011
well done!! :D
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Maybe-Im-Dreaming Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wow, that is amazing.
Want!! :drool:
I would most defiantly buy one.
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OdieBFMV Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2008
is there anyway that I could get the frame u used? a Frind of mine would like to put a big one like that in his room. I would credit you for sure and I could scan, upload, and show a link to you. I'd pay but I don't have paypal or a job to sustain a decent payment plan...
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GojiguyAR Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2008
Haha I'm flattered that you offered to pay me, but I wouldn't make you. What do you mean by "the frame you used," though? I don't quite understand.

(Sorry for the late response. haven't been on in AGES.)
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OdieBFMV Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2008
like the outline of the papercraft itself. like I said a friend of mine saw it and is a super fan of Okami. unfortunately my printer is down, but I would still like to safe it on my computer... if u can, could you trace the outline of each individual piece and send them to me, or make a blueprint of how to make it? I've never played Okami so I'm not a huge fan, but it'd be cool if I could get that. thanks for the reply.
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GojiguyAR Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2008
No problem. Except all of the pieces are glued together and layered so they stand out. Tracing the parts would mean ripping apart the artwork. What I can do, however, is take a better, high resolution picture (I can't scan it because it's like a pop-up book) and you can print that and cut out and trace the parts (or just glue them on the back of your construction paper and use an exacto-knife).
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OdieBFMV Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2008
sounds good, please do that, I'll try my best and I'll repost the results and link them to yah. thanks much
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EightTailedWolf Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Aw that's hella tight!
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Lupina24 Featured By Owner May 3, 2008  Hobbyist Writer
wow, this is good, *faves*
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Kuromi-Ori Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2008   Digital Artist
Whoa.. just when I was thinking that I would go paper cutting I saw your entry ^^;
Nice details on the flames... I could see you really worked hard on this one!

Good luck in the contest ^_^

:damphyr: Ori
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