The Making of a King – Part 2

This is part 2 of the making of a King. This post continues my experiment – designing a more poseable papertoy by using detachable limbs.

In part 1, I invited everyone to guess who the next papertoy from PTA was going to be based on. For those of you who guessed Aragorn from Lord of the Rings, you’re absolutely wrong. If Simba was your pick, you’re incorrect as well, but for those who guessed Heihachi (for me, he’s the King of Iron Fist Tournament from Tekken – a lot of you would probably disagree though HAHAHA), then you definitely guessed right. (Yes, I know, my writing is waaaaaaaaay off more than usual today XD).

I found out that adding detachable limbs was not too difficult, Check out the pics below.

The King of Fighters - WIP 1

The King of Fighters - WIP 1

The King of Fighters - WIP 2

The King of Fighters - WIP 2

The King of Fighters - WIP 3

The King of Fighters - WIP 3

The template should be ready for download in a few days. Just adding some additional graphics to add more “detail” and “authenticity” to the toy. Check back in a few days to see the finished version and also to download the template.

And now for some mellodrama…

Heihachi will be the last pointy-eared papertoy that I will be releasing for a while. I did want to do a couple more characters (Wolverine from Age of Apocalypse – plus a bunch of other characters from that comic book, Astro Boy, Maybe Thor wearing his winged helmet complete with a cape and hammer), I guess I can revisit those ideas sometime in the future. However, if you’re interested in any of those characters I mentioned above, just let me know and I’ll see what I can do.

I just want to shift my focus on a couple of new templates that I’ve been playing around with in my head for a while now. I’ll post a couple of images in a few days to share with you what I’ve been working on.

In case you’re interested, you can find Part I of this series of post here!

Cheers for now!

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