Kratos Paper Toy (Contender Version) from God of War

Kratos, the paper toy, part 2.  This is my second toy release of “this” God of War.  The first one used the “brute” template, while this one uses the “contender”.  Why 2 versions?  Well at first I was planning to do just the contender version, but some of you requested for the brute, so there.

This template comes with the Blades of Athena – it took me a while to finish them.  The design had too much detail and the references online didn’t do it much justice.  Kudos to the creative team who developed the character.  Anyway, I eventually decided to just go easy on the details and keep it simple.  I also wanted to include those “lion gauntlets” of his, but I didn’t find enough “detailed” references online either.  So I decided to just nix the lions.  I think it turned out well, regardless.

Yeah, I think I'm cooler than the brute version, don't you?

I also included 2 versions of his arms.  I suggest you try out different combinations and not use the same “angle” of the arm as the swords will get in the way.  You’ll have to download the template and assemble the toy to know what I’m talking about.

I am Kratos, the NEW Iron Chef

You can download the template here. Subscribe to this blog to receive the password in the mail and gain access to the downloads section.  Registration is free, just enter your email address in the subscribe field at the right-hand side of the page header.

That’s all for now.  Check back next week for Shank and then some.  Cheers!

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6 Responses to “Kratos Paper Toy (Contender Version) from God of War”

  1. fbdhsfvb says:

    man, ur good at this. hey!!! do u think u culd do a tron template. of course contender version.

  2. James Ronald Lo says:

    Hi fbdhsfvb,

    Thanks for the comment, much appreciated.

    I have tron on my list – he’s somewhere in the latter part though. I’m still working on the Avengers and XMen.

    Just to clarify, by Tron, you mean “Rinzler” – the guy with the 2 discs, who has orange highlights? Or “Sam”, the protagonist?

  3. Stupidity21 says:

    Now this, this I like.
    Anyway, did the Brute version have a weapon? I didn’t download it. Yet.

  4. James Ronald Lo says:

    Hey S21,

    Nope, the brute version doesn’t have a weapon.

  5. Stupidity21 says:

    I personally think that the Blade of the Gods is very appropriate for that version.

    Anyway, lovin’ these so much.

  6. James Ronald Lo says:

    Yeah, you’re right.
    Something to think about doing.

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