Monday, August 6, 2012

Hermione Granger / Emma Watson


Hermione Jean Granger is a fictional character and one of the three protagonists (the other two being Harry Potter and Ron Weasley) of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. She initially appears in the first novel, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, as a new student on her way to Hogwarts. After Harry and Ron save her from a mountain troll in the girls' toilets, she becomes close friends with them and often uses her quick wit, deft recall, and encyclopaedic knowledge to help them. Rowling has stated that Hermione resembles her at a younger age, with her insecurity and fear of failure. Hermione is portrayed by Emma Watson

About the Model:
Height: 75cm
Widht: 18.9cm
Depth: 23.1cm
Number of Pages: 19
Number of Parts: 251
Difficulty: 7/10
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Instructions : Start at the top of the head, not the hair, the head. Work your way down, and stop at the neck. Glue the hair pieces (the ones with the ponytail) to the head. After that you can glue the rest of the hair to the model, the number of strings is not relevant, you decide. from the head down is pretty easy. Build the hood, hood's strings , upper body, arms (not the hands yet), rest of the jacket, bottomless bag with the strings, and add the buttons. you can either build the first few pieces of the legs (to make space for the hands), or glue the hands on at the end. Finish the model by adding the wand.

Notes: PDO REFERENCE HIGLY RECOMMENDED!! the head on the picture is a bit badly built, so it isn't the best one, but it does look better, that's why i included an earlier build of the head in the picture. I didn't include a stand because she stands pretty stable, so i didn't see the need to include one. Have fun building it!

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for your design!

    I shared this paper craft at my collection blog: Harry Potter - Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) Free Paper Craft

    http://www.papercraftsquare.com/harry-potter-hermione-granger-emma-watson-free-paper-craft-download.html

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  2. The head is badly built because it was poorly simplified. The body looks just fine, and I think if you spend a bit more time editing the face, this would be an all around good craft.

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    1. I will edit it more, and i will reupload here, thanks for the comment

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  3. The head/face is all wrong; looks like she has Down Syndrome.

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