There used to be a couple of guys on here that did that, one disappeared and the other one ripped off a bunch of people. I don't know of anyone now that still does.Is there a service that you can upload your unfolded models to, have them printed and cut, and shipped to you? I could have sworn something like this exists, but all of my google searches are giving me tutorials on how to print them yourself.
Hi takanuva, you can follow Bill Doran's amazing serie of videos on Skyrim costume (it also includes free templates )...I'm planning a set of Halo 4 Master Chief armor soon, but I'm nervous of my abilities. What are some good Skyrim/Star Wars/Marvel props I can practice on, without wasting too much ink or paper?
If you can see the textures in Pepakura designer but they are not printing, then it is very likely your printer's software/drivers. If the version of Pepakura you're using allows conversion to PDF, convert it and try printing that way.i would REALLY like to know why im seeing lines but no textures when printing...does ANYONE know or is this thread dead? cmon...if i printscreen and print that way, it wastes ink and the stuff is way darker than it should be and slightly pixelated. HELP ME PLEASE
Those are the extra parts from a foam unfold. On foam unfolds, a lot of the templates can be used for both the left and the right sides of the model by just flipping the template over. It just saves you from having to cut out identical (but mirrored) templates.
But it's not on paper, how do I print it out? I'ts all jumbled up together. I know some of the parts are in that jumbled mess, when I try to print, it only prints the 5 pages and ignores that pile of parts.Those are the extra parts from a foam unfold. On foam unfolds, a lot of the templates can be used for both the left and the right sides of the model by just flipping the template over. It just saves you from having to cut out identical (but mirrored) templates.