Finished this a while ago, not very good with cameras, tried to take a shot, thing wouldn't work, owner fixed, went camping, and here we are.
Welcome to the Gardevoir papercraft, a great model of an even greater Pokemon. Unfortunately I messed mine up royally. Don't let this discourage you though, it's not because the model was hard, in fact it's rather easy, just don't be an idiot like myself.
Tips I can offer for this, not much. Follow the numbers and it's pretty straight foward. I suggest doing lineless, because it looks cleaner, but still fold the finger tips and it's 'whiskers'. The only difficult fold really was closing off the head, but patience and good glue persevere here. Aleene's acid free Tacky Glue is great, I would have done much worse without it for sure.
Now to explain where not to do what I did, the dress. I guess I misaligned it because it was very crooked and the outer and inner did not line up. I had to customize it, and now it looks off. So, I suggest to anyone who reads this to take their time and to really make sure it is all lined up properly before proceeding. Good results guaranteed.
In the end, even though I failed, I still had fun building this. Not a very challenging model, but it's my favorite Pokemon and a quick build.
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Actually liked this and want to see my others? Charizard - [link]
Froslass - [link]
Absol - [link]
A good tip for any model; cut at an outward angle. I used that method for this model and it helped to hide the seams. I wish I had heard about that before the Charizard model.