Download it on Paperpokes, there's a file with an extension called .pdo. That is the instructions. A pdo is designed to be opened in Pepakura Viewer and shows an exploded model with all the parts, folds, and how they fit together.
It is an indespensible tool for these models. You can also use the pdo to print the model template. AND! Pepakua Viewer is a free download on the Tamasoft website.
that's why i wont even star building her!!! latios is bigger and easier but latias, just looking on the template... and i have printed a scizor, leafeon and reshiram ans i'm building a torterra, that'll take a long time to get built
None really. I found Latias too small to build. I had to scrap it after the arm pieces. If you built Latias, Latios will be much easier. The only thing I suggest is closing the model on one of the rear fins.
UnwrittenTaleFeatured By OwnerSep 8, 2010Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I built the whole thing and stopped just before the arm pieces. (Not sure if I'll ever do them but I'm hanging on just in case.) Closing her was quite hard, I did it on the tail and put a weight in for balance. I'll keep that in mind though when I start assembling Latios. (I have to carefully paint his fins first due to restriction of color ink, but it kind of gives it more of a home-made feel anyway, you know?) Thanks by the way.
You have a Mac don't you? I'm guessing so since you'd know how if you were working with the pdo file. Let me think... They attach between the top of the head and the bottom of the head. The flaps should line up if you attach the front to the end of the blue, the top to the white section of upper head, the rear to the first neck piece, and the bottom to the bottom of the head. In papercrafting there is a specific order to these things. You will learn if you do it long enough. From what you're saying it sounds like you're attempting this model first. Big mistake. Start with something easier then come back later.