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Dino Buckler Papercraft prototype by 80sguy Dino Buckler Papercraft prototype by 80sguy
Protoype build of Dino Buckler/Power Morpher from Kyoryu Sentai Zyuranger (the show Power Rangers is based on).

This is a work in progress of a new version of my papercraft Buckler (original can be seen here [link]) updated with higher resolution art and more accurate details as well a three-dimensional handle more like the original toy.

It is not done yet, stay tuned! NOTE, I was running out of ink so that's why the back ins't gold.
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mmpr97 Mar 22, 2014  New member Student General Artist
what about the template for this one that u never posted? www.rangerboard.com/showthread…
i would really like to work on this if you would be so kind.
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:icon80sguy:
That's the same thing.
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mmpr97 Mar 24, 2014  New member Student General Artist
well, will u ever post it?
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:icon80sguy:
No, because it wasn't my creation.
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:icon80sguy:
Different template, and not mine.
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mmpr97 Mar 9, 2014  New member Student General Artist
do you have a template for this version yet?
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:icon80sguy:
No, got busy with other things. The buckler itself is done, expect for the coins because I'm experimenting with a new method to lock the coin in so it doesn't require tabs on the coin itself (it'll have a front and back design like the original Zyuranger and new Legacy Morpher coins).
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D-Rock92 Jul 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, so far it looks great. I'll be sure to remember this when it's done.
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:icontiagoaxn:
What better way to make paper models at your option draw on programs like paint, photoshop or through 3D models?
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:icon80sguy:
I use to do it in paint, but I mainly use photoshop now because it's easier to go back and make changes. Plus it's alot easier to make sure the flaps on the sides are the same length.
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