21 August 2011


I'm trying to produce a few more models for this site before summer's up so here's Aveil from Majora's Mask. As I like to say, the more obscure the better!

Aveil is the stern leader of the Gerudo Pirates in Great Bay, who cause mayhem along the Terminian coastline from their base nestled in the northern cliffs. Always on the lookout for new loot to plunder, she becomes obsessed with the Skull Kid's claims of treasure within the Great Bay Temple. In the events of the game, Link must rescue the stolen Zora eggs from their fortress as the hatched baby Zora are the key to accessing the temple. Though Link is more interested in saving the world than looking for non-existent treasure!

In 2009 I was working on the Gerudo Thief model from Ocarina of Time in a cool combat stance. But it proved too problematic to make and I shelved the project. The game essentially uses the same model for Aveil, scaled better (the OoT one was huge compared to Link!) and in a more suitable pose. Lessons learned from the gerudo have helped to improve this model greatly!

This model is medium difficulty with more detail than usual on the face, and some small or narrow parts on the legs and body. The head, hands and feet all glue on to the body by surface contact with marked tabs. This allows some manual adjustments to the pose in case she doesn't stand straight or her hands aren't initially in the right position. Stands around 22.6cm depending how how the hair is glued on.

Difficulty: 6.5/10

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Bratchny said...

Your papercrafts are always really well designed, simple to assemble - but that may also have something to do with the great instructions, clear, concise, and all of that ends you up with a great model! I've made a bunch of yours, and I'll make this too! (I could email pics if you like) Great work and thanks for making kick-ass Zelda models :)

Anonymous said...

Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [22 Aug 01:00am GMT]. Thanks, Maria

Xenon said...


Thanks a lot! I often wonder how useful the instructions are so if they've helped you out then that's great!

I'm always looking for pictures to put on the guest photos page. You can contact me by hyrulepapercraft@gmail.com

Poe said...

Cool its great you are making papercrafts faster!