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I made a template for the in-game robot for the new Nintendo Labo game.
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Sorry for the un-annotated template. I tried placing the parts on the pages in an order that would help determine what goes where, but then had to ruin it by playing parts tetris to get everything to fit. I'll make instructions sometime later if I get the chance.
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You can build it in a couple of different poses by gluing the joints in at various facets. The ankle joints are cut at an angle so you can rotate them to get the feet flat on the ground regardless of pose.
top job. how did you design it?
Coreldraw and basic geometry. Node-to-node locking and rotation allows you to cheat some of the math. The key is to get a consistent front, top and side view of the object you are going to create and then manually generate the resultant facet data of each component from that.
This is great! I love how you've done the hands. Figured I'd share my design of the robo, but it's a lot simpler than your own.
that's damn good. i'm tempted to see if i can modify it so that it transforms into vehicle mode.
how close is to the original? would scale and cosplay the robot
I tried using as much photo reference as I could get, which was odd because there's surprisingly little available online. You'd have to significantly alter the proportions to get it wearable, but I think it would be do-able. The joints in particular I kind of phoned it in in order to get them as simple as possible while still allowing for different poses in the build. Definitely send me photos if you manage to get the template working as a costume. I'd love to see it
This is crazy impressive dude, I need to get my printer running but damn I should give this a shot
cute, would it be possible to have a copy of this please?
It's on the NintendoForce site, or at least it was, I haven't checked in a while.

You can find out more about the project here : http://folduptoys.com/portfolio/nintendo-force-labo-robot/
It's no longer up, could you repost it here or your site?
I can't really link directly to it because it's client based work. But I know it's still on the NF site for a fact.
I'm gone from /po/ for a couple months and return for 2 of papercrafts heavy hitters dropping hits. Christmas already?
Both these models are suh-wheetness!!!

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