The Hilt is done to an existent. I am currently trying to decided how to proceed with the blade. Not only that, I need to find a way to keep ot straight while building it up. The hilt so far has been the most challenging. To get the creases right with all the different folds in and out, it a bit challenging to keep its shape and fold with in those folds.
An Update to what the Daedric sword looks like so far. I had to rebuild the pummel, I made the original out regular 24 pound paper and some how the pummel would not fit on to the handle. The handle had to be rebuild as well. Instead of building each side. I built it level by level. There are lots of seams that are visible, but these will be taken care of after it is put together. Enjoy the Pics
I am starting a new build of the Daedric Sword from Skyrim
I had to trash this build. I used the wrong thickness of paper and I think I use the auto-fit when printing which messed up the scale on different parts. After some time I think I'll try it again.
I now have a decent inkjet printer and I am getting back into creating. I have always loved to build stuff, Plastic models were always fun to build but between the airbrush and the price of the good models, it just wasn't feasible. With papercraft, it is stuff fun, challenging, and relaxing. Not to mention economically feasible!
As usual I am late to post, but just wanted to post that the crowd funding for the double decker Cheese cake and the Scooter has come to and end. I did not meet the goals and I have refunded that money.
Thanks to everyone for looking and pledging…