Are you sure you have to add your own Flaps to connect the pieces? I build the first 3 Parts (Head, Upper Body with Hands and the part under it) and it seems that you dont need a connection because you can stick it together. (So the head can be slot in on the upper body, you simply have to stick & glue it on)
Is there any actual instructions for this or do I just try not to fail? I am a big fan of being told what to do and where to stick with my papercrafts. Also, awesome dragon! I would make this but my printer is broken for the time being...
Hi, well actualy there's no instructions, but the pepakura files tell's you where each part connect to the other, its pretty much intuitive. As ~TwilitExodias said, there's a problem in this model where you have to make your own tabs to glue the big part together (like the tabs that connects the head to the first part of the body are missing).
A broken printer is very sad =/. The good part is that this model don't use much ink. Well if you gonna do it, tell me i help you out. Good Luck
Hey, I know you must not remember this guy by now but I'm trying to build it and the templates I found came separated, 1 set for the head, 1 for the upper body, 1 for the middle, 1 for the bottom, 1 for the tail and 1 for the base. I don't know if mine is different but there seems to be no tabs to join each set. I just built the head and started with the upper body and noticed there are no tabs to join both parts. Is that supposed to be like that? Thanks!
Yeah the dragon is meant to be like that, just due to pure design flaw, I jsut ended up adding my own tabs to the piece that joins the 2nd part and the head(1st part) Btw if you still haven't even completed it by now, even tho its a late helping response, the last/very bottom piece of the neck in the first part is not meant to be there or else it doesn't fit onto the next section