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Liara Papercraft Download by XenonRay Liara Papercraft Download by XenonRay
*Old photos replaced! New dA download link*

This is my 3rd Mass Effect 2 papercraft template, Liara T'Soni based on her appearance from the rather good Lair of the Shadow Broker DLC.

Built over 18 days with the majority being done in the first 6. Though I had other pressing matters in between so it got a bit delayed.

Follow the download link below to get the resources you need to print and build your own version!

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

It's a 22MB RAR file which contains PDFs and PDOs to print from or use as references. 16 pages, 199 pieces in total including the optional Tempest SMG. Just one colour scheme for this one. Stands ~43.5cm tall.

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. It doesn't work on Macs unfortunately though.

Difficulty: 8.75/10 (Some awkward areas, experience will be required)

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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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Ajirasan Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012
Damn! Those're very good but where is Thane model? Thane and Femshep may look good together.
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XenonRay Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks!

I'm pretty indifferent towards Thane; at least his face wouldn't be as hard to edit as a regular human but I've not really got the drive to produce a model of him.
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Sakara-Siluria Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2012
Love this so much! Will you at any point make the breather mask for Liara to go with this?
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XenonRay Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks :) but no sorry I don't plan on making any addons for previous models.
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chengda-inferno Featured By Owner May 15, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
rofl the face looks creepy
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XenonRay Featured By Owner May 15, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ha well yeah the bottom right pic doesn't do it much justice. :p

That's why I prefer editing the less human looking aliens as the shape changes during simplification are less of a problem/less likely to look odd.
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WolfOfSahara Featured By Owner May 14, 2012
Looks better than that official Liara statue they had for sale on BioWare's website... at least this Liara isn't in that sexed up pose and tiny baby face looking more like a dancer instead of the dangerous Shadow Broker.
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XenonRay Featured By Owner May 14, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This one isn't super accurate since the editing process can change the shape of the orignal face a lot- the bottom right pic certainly isn't flattering, she looks better in real life!

But yes that statue...ehh...the stylisation makes it looks pretty silly. It's obvious what they were trying to do but I agree it's a big disservice to her actual in-game character.
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WolfOfSahara Featured By Owner May 14, 2012
I was wondering if painting the lines with paint that matches the skin tone close enough would help with smoothing out her face?

But in any case, lines comes with paper craft... I need to make this, and hope either a better statue comes out for sale, or learn to sculpt my own damn Liara.
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XenonRay Featured By Owner May 14, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Seams can't be avoided but the face shows them up the most, being more detailed for the size. :(

White edges are a pain but you can colour them with a steady enough hand! I don't know about paint, sounds a bit risky- I use pens or soft watercolour pencils. Or do you mean actually painting the paper surface near the joins to try and remove the 'stepped' overlap effect of the parts?
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