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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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Maybe-Im-Dreaming Dec 22, 2009  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wow, that is amazing.
Want!! :drool:
I would most defiantly buy one.
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:iconodiebfmv:
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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:icongojiguyar:
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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:iconodiebfmv:
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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:icongojiguyar:
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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:iconodiebfmv:
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 Jun 18, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Aw that's hella tight!
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Lupina24 May 3, 2008  Hobbyist Writer
wow, this is good, *faves*
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Kuromi-Ori 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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