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Garrus Papercraft Download by XenonRay Garrus Papercraft Download by XenonRay
This is my 4th Mass Effect 2 papercraft template, hardline Turian agent, Garrus Vakarian.

Built from 25th Sept-12th Oct though has been in the 3D editing stage since mid-summer. I'm glad he's done but it will probably be the last character for now. I've done most of the guys I like and will have much less time in 2012 if my career plans go anywhere.

Follow the download link below to get the resources you need to print and build your own version! The notes file and comments on PDO/PDF #1 contain additional information that you should read.

-------Read Before Downloading-------

It's a 37.4MB RAR file which contains PDFs and PDOs to print from or use as references. 27 pages, 278 pieces including his Mantis sniper rifle. Just one colour scheme, in his pre-scar state, much more photogenic before he got a missile to the face. Stands at a formidable ~48.5cm tall. Why yes he even has teeth.

You can open the RAR archive with software such as WinRAR, Alzip, 7Zip. Just search around! ;)

You can open the PDO files with Pepakura Viewer downloadable free here: [link]

Please do use this as it's immensely helpful as a resource and will show you exactly where parts go. Almost essential for a model of this complexity. It doesn't work on Macs unfortunately though.

Difficulty: 9.25/10 (Holy dooley! Make sure you know what you're doing :ohnoes:)

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:pc: Download Options:
1. Click Download File in the top right
2. Mediafire mirror [link]

Happy building!
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Template by me, original 3D data and textures by BioWare

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Also check out DaiShiHUN's ME3 Garrus!
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:iconlisandroulloa:
lisandroulloa Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2014  New member
thanks :D
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ev1lmunchk1n Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2014  Student General Artist
Sorry if this question was addressed before somewhere, but do you recommend typical printing paper for this papercraft? I was thinking about using cardstock paper but I wasn't too sure if it would be too thick for this sort of project.
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XenonRay Featured By Owner May 1, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your instincts are correct about cardstock! Printer paper is very weak, so I wouldn't recommend it as I haven't designed the model with enough inner reinforcements for that. 

People usually recommend cardstock or thick paper between 120-200gsm, although I'm never sure how that converts to the US basis weight exactly.
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ev1lmunchk1n Featured By Owner May 2, 2014  Student General Artist
ok, thank you very much!
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Kaispidergirl Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
can it also be a pmd for mmd for mikumiku dance I would so love to play with him on that program
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XenonRay Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm not familiar with that, sorry. But this model wasn't ever rigged and has been split up into a bunch of separated parts during the editing process. So the 3D is not a good starting resource for much...besides papercrafting. :p 
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kitiaramajere Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2014
just amazing! Now I feel the need to start learning a new craft...
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von-erebus Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013
May I ask what your preferred method of adhesive is for doing your papercraft models? I'm used to using hot glue on bigger pieces like full sized armor and helmets but with such small pieces i can see that being very problematic. 

Any advice will help and be greatly appreciated!

Thanks! 
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XenonRay Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Hello there, glue guns are technically a possibility and they've been mentioned in a papercrafting guide I'm helping to work on at the Nintendo Papercraft blog. Personally I think they are overkill for the requirements of small models as cheap, thick PVA glue works wonders and is probably less of a hassle to work with. So you don't necessarily need anything fancy there! ;)

Just make sure whatever you use doesn't make the ink run on printed paper (probably more of a problem with gels).

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von-erebus Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2013
thanks for the advice and the quick reply! now it is glue buying time! I also have to decide on which one to make first! heh.
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