I've been thudding my head on this for the last hour and am about to go to bed when I thought I might as well ask here.
I'm a fan of the old series Megas XLR, I really want a Megas for my shelf but they only made a handful of statues and I'd rather have a go at making my own with some poseability.
I managed to find a Megas XLR blender model (Megas XLR Download by ~zenoth42 on deviantART) and had a poke about with google to find if I export it as a certain file type, then put it in Pepakura, thats the part I seem to be failing at. I either get a message just saying it failed or that I've run out of memory.
So, does anyone have tips for doing this? I don't technically need a papercraft (with tabs and etc) but having everything in a flat easy to scale state (each flat surface shown next to its joining surface, or even breaking down the model into smaller parts (legs, arms etc) to make life simpler) would help as I have all the talent of a spud.
Or would I be better off trying to chop up the model, scale to size, print 4xpictures of each part to get all the measurements then build to that?
Thanks for any advice.