[New Paper Model] Chobits – Chi Ver.3 (Pink and Black) Free Doll Papercraft Download on PaperCraftSquare

Chobits - Chi Pink Paper ModelThis paper doll craft is the (Chii), based on the Japanese manga series (Chobittsu), the papercraft is created by Alclione. This is the third version, there are pink and black two different colors (Black version see below), other two Chi paper model here: Chobits – Chi Free Doll Papercraft and Chobits – Chi Ver.2 Free Doll Papercraft [Blank Template].

Chobits - Chi Black Paper ModelYou can download this doll papercraft template here: Chobits – Chi Ver.3 (Pink and Black) Free Doll Papercraft Download [mediafire]

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[New Paper Model] Chobits – Chi Ver.2 Free Doll Papercraft Download on PaperCraftSquare

Chobits - Chi Ver.2 Free Doll Papercraft DownloadThis paper doll craft is the (Chii), based on the Japanese manga series (Chobittsu), the papercraft is created by Alclione. This is the second version, another Chobits Chi paper model here: Chobits – Chi Free Doll Papercraft.

This is a blank template, you need print parts on colored paper (or cardboard). Download this doll papercraft template here: Chobits – Chi Ver.2 Free Doll Papercraft Download [mediafire]

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[New Paper Model] Chobits – Chi Free Doll Papercraft Download on PaperCraftSquare

Chobits - Chi Free Doll Papercraft DownloadThis paper doll craft is the Chi, based on the Japanese manga series Chobits, the papercraft is created by Alclione. Chi (Chii) is a “chobit,” a technologically advanced persocom rumoured to possess true sapience, unlike other persocoms. She is found by Hideki one night in a pile of trash as he makes his way home.

Upon turning her on, she is only able to say the word “chi,” remembers nothing of her past life, and is unable to perform even the simplest tasks. Because of this, Hideki names her Chi and undertakes to teach her how to function. Because her system cannot be scanned by other persocoms, Minoru Kokubunji suggests she may be one of the legendary chobits. Minoru tells Hideki that Chi needs software to perform common persocom functions such as email, but that he doesn’t know which ones, and to wait for Chi to tell you herself. Through the course of the series, Chi learns basic skills, and eventually takes a job to help support Hideki.

While other persocoms are seen performing various computer functions, Chi is seen to do it only once; when she traces Yumi’s location through Yumi’s PDA. As Chi and Hideki learn more about her, Chi begins to have visions of another persocom who is identical to herself. Hideki eventually learns that this is Freya, her twin, and that Chi was originally called Elda; after Freya fell in love and had her heart broken, her memories were downloaded into Chi, before her system stopped. While Ms. Hibiya was telling Hideki about Chi’s earlier life, Freya was telling a simpler, less detailed version of the same story to Chi.

The fewer details mean, among other things, that Chi is still unaware at the end of the story that Ms. Hibiya was formerly her mother. Midway through the story her full name, Chi Motosuwa, can be seen on her pay envelope. During the series, Chi reads a series of children’s picture books, A City with No People, about a character searching for the “person just for me,” which were written pseudonymously by Chitose Hibiya as a way of reconnecting Chi to her past self as Elda, and to guide Chi’s search for love. At the end of the series, Hideki finally admits that he loves Chi, and is her special person.

Petite. Long blonde hair. Big brown eyes. Chi could very well be classified as one of the cutest persocoms ever made. If it wasn’t for her ears she would have looked like a normal human girl.


When turned off, Chi is very heavy and can be barely carried around. When turned on she becomes a lot lighter.

Cute and adorable. Chi is a sweetheart and often say the word “chi”. Chi has many personalities. She often reads a book about finding your special person and about being lonely in the world. Since Chi is like a baby learning everything new, she is influenced by what’s around her and by what she reads. Chi loves Hideki and wants him to be her special person.

Chobits (Chobittsu) is a Japanese manga created by the Japanese manga collective Clamp. It was published by Kodansha in Young Magazine from February 2001 to November 2002 and collected in eight bound volumes. Chobits was adapted as a 26-episode-long anime television series broadcast on TBS and Animax from April to September 2002. In addition, it has spawned two video games as well as various merchandise such as figurines, collectable cards, calendars, and artbooks.

The series tells the story of Hideki Motosuwa, who finds an abandoned persocom, or personal computer with human form, that he names “Chi” after the only word it initially can speak. As the series progresses, they explore the mysteries of Chi’s origin together and questions about the relationship between human beings and persocoms. The manga is set in the same universe as Angelic Layer, taking place a few years after the events of that story, and like Angelic Layer, it explores the relationship between human beings and electronic devices shaped like human beings. Chobits branches off as a crossover into many other stories in different ways, such as Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle, xxxHolic and Kobato.

The series centers on the life of Hideki Motosuwa, a held-back student attempting to qualify for university by studying at Seki prep school in Tokyo. Besides a girlfriend, he dreams of having a persocom: an android used as a personal computer, which is expensive. On his way home one evening, he stumbles across a persocom in the form of a beautiful girl with thigh-length hair lying against a pile of trash bags, and he carries her home, not noticing that a disk fell on the ground. Upon turning her on, she instantly regards Hideki with adoration. The only word the persocom seems capable of saying is “chi”, thus he names her that. Hideki assumes that there must be something wrong with her, and so the following morning he has his neighbor Hiromu Shinbo analyze her with his mobile persocom Sumomo. After Sumomo crashes during the attempt they conclude that she must be custom-built.

Shinbo introduces Hideki to Minoru Kokubunji, a twelve-year-old prodigy who specializes in the field of custom-built persocoms. Minoru’s persocoms, including Yuzuki, a fairly exceptional custom-built persocom, are not able to analyze Chi either, and thus they conclude that she may be one of the Chobits, a legendary series of persocoms rumoured to have free will and emotions. Although this is a possibility, Minoru is confident that it is only rumour. Yuzuki also adds that she does not resemble any persocom model in any available database and so she must be custom made after all.

A major part of the plot involves Hideki attempting to teach Chi words, concepts, and appropriate behaviours, in between his crammed schedule of school and work. At the same time, Chi seems to be developing feelings for Hideki, at an emotional depth she is not supposed to possess, and Hideki struggles with his feelings for her. The need to figure out more about Chi and her mysterious functions and past becomes a pull for the characters in the series.

Hideki’s feelings intensify for Chi regardless of her being a persocom and despite his friends’ painful experiences involving other persocoms. Chi becomes aware of her purpose through a picture book series called A City with No People which she finds in a bookstore. The books speak about many different things involving human and persocom relationships: persocoms and their convenience as friends and lovers, how there are things that they cannot do and questioning whether a relationship between a persocom and a human is really one-sided. It also speaks about the Chobits series; that they are different from other persocoms, and what they are incapable of doing unlike other persocoms. These picture books awaken Chi’s other self, her sibling Freya who is aware of their past and helps Chi realize what she must do when she decides who her “person just for me” is. Together, Chi and Hideki explore the relationship between human beings and persocoms, as well as their friends’ and their own.

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[New Paper Model] The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya – Mikuru Asahina Ver.2 Free Doll Papercraft Download on PaperCraftSquare

The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya - Mikuru Asahina Ver.2 Free Doll Papercraft DownloadThis paper doll craft is the Mikuru Asahina, based on the light novel / TV anime series The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. The papercraft is designed by Alclione. There is another Haruhi Suzumiya Mikuru Asahina paper model at the site: Mikuru Asahina Paper Figure Free Papercraft.

Mikuru Asahina is a fictional character from the Haruhi Suzumiya light novel series. She is the fourth member to make an appearance, and is also the only character other than Kyon to be brought into the SOS Brigade against her will. She is defined by Kyon to be extremely cute, and often finds herself in situations of sexual harassment, which are usually forced on her by Haruhi Suzumiya. She is in fact a time traveler from the future with the purpose of observing Haruhi Suzumiya during the course of the story line. She is voiced by Yuko Goto in the Japanese anime adaption and Stephanie Sheh in the English version.

A shy and timid girl with a childish naïveté, Mikuru is depicted as kind, caring and thoughtful. She easily gets scared or flustered, more so in times whenever Haruhi is involved and makes her do embarrassing things. Apparently prone to daydreaming, she can also be rather clumsy at times. Nevertheless, she can be surprisingly resilient and is capable of recovering from even the most discomforting of situations as seen when Haruhi “teases” her. However, because of her gentle nature, she seems rather helpless most of the time. Kyon sees it as his duty to always watch over and protect her; although when it comes to Haruhi there is little to no rescue. However, at one point Koizumi states that Mikuru was chosen by the time-travelers for her beauty and for her ability to seduce Kyon, given that he is the only person whom Haruhi will listen to. Her helpless look when she willingly submits to Haruhi’s unreasonable demands is part of her role. It’s all so Kyon takes notice of her in order to control the group dynamic within the SOS Brigade.

Despite being reluctant to continue after the bunny-girl incident, where she was forced to wear a bunny-girl costume and pass out fliers on school grounds, Mikuru remains loyal and dedicated to the Brigade, as well as her mission as a time-traveler.

While Itsuki Koizumi believes that Haruhi Suzumiya has the power to destroy and remake the universe with entirely different histories and physical laws, Mikuru Asahina believes that Haruhi can only transform the present and cannot rewrite history, recreate the universe, or alter its physical laws. Mikuru’s theory suggests that supernatural phenomenon such as ESP, extraterrestrial beings, and time travel have always been possible while Koizumi believes that supernatural phenomenon are recent alterations to the universe performed by Haruhi. According to Yuki Nagato, Mikuru’s theory implies that Haruhi can sense her changes to the universe but cannot discover them because of the influence of the SOS Brigade members.

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[New Paper Model] Neon Genesis Evangelion – Asuka Langley Soryu Ver.4 Free Doll Papercraft Download on PaperCraftSquare

Neon Genesis Evangelion - Asuka Langley Soryu Ver.4 Free Doll Papercraft DownloadThis paper doll craft is the , based on the the anime / mangaNeon Genesis Evangelion”, she is designated as the Second Child of the Evangelion Project and pilots the Evangelion Unit-02. The paper craft was created by Alclione. There are other versions of the Asuka Langley Soryu paper model at the site: Neon Genesis Evangelion – Asuka Langley Soryu Free Doll PapercraftNeon Genesis Evangelion – Chibi Asuka Langley Soryu Ver.3 Free Papercraft and Neon Genesis Evangelion – Asuka Langley Soryu Ver.2.

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[New Paper Model] Science Paper Model – 2001 Mars Odyssey Spacecraft Free Download on PaperCraftSquare

Science Paper Model - 2001 Mars Odyssey Spacecraft Free DownloadThis is the 2001 Mars Odyssey spacecraft, designed by NASA Original Site. 2001 Mars Odyssey is a robotic spacecraft orbiting the planet Mars. The project was developed by NASA, and contracted out to Lockheed Martin, with an expected cost for the entire mission of US$297 million. Its mission is to use spectrometers and electronic imagers to detect evidence of past or present water and volcanic activity on Mars. It is hoped that the data Odyssey obtains will help answer the question of whether life has ever existed on Mars. It also acts as a relay for communications between the Mars Exploration Rovers, Mars Science Laboratory, and the Phoenix lander to Earth. The mission was named as a tribute to Arthur C. Clarke, evoking the name of 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Odyssey was launched April 7, 2001 on a Delta II rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, and reached Mars orbit on October 24, 2001, at 2:30 a.m. UTC. The spacecraft’s main engine fired in order to brake the spacecraft’s speed, which allowed it to be captured into orbit around Mars. Odyssey used a technique called “aerobraking” that gradually brought the spacecraft closer to Mars with each orbit. By using the atmosphere of Mars to slow down the spacecraft in its orbit, rather than firing its engine or thrusters, Odyssey was able to save more than 200 kilograms (440 lb) of propellant. Aerobraking ended in January, and Odyssey began its science mapping mission on February 19, 2002.

By December 15, 2010 it broke the record for longest serving spacecraft at Mars, with 3,340 days of operation, claiming the title from NASA’s Mars Global Surveyor. It currently holds the record for the longest-surviving continually active spacecraft in orbit around a planet other than Earth at 11 years. For more infomation of the 2001 Mars Odyssey Spacecraft click on this page.

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[New Paper Model] Science Paper Model – 3D Periodic Table Free Papercraft Download on PaperCraftSquare

Science Paper Model - 3D Periodic Table Free Papercraft DownloadThis is a three-dimensional (3D) Periodic Table, designed by soilshop. If you are a chemistry teacher, it might be helpful in your teaching. A periodic table is a tabular display of the chemical elements, organized on the basis of their atomic numbers, electron configurations, and recurring chemical properties.

Elements are presented in order of increasing atomic number. The standard form of table comprises an 18 × 7 grid or main body of elements, positioned above a smaller double row of elements. The table can also be deconstructed into four rectangular blocks: the s-block to the left, the p-block to the right, the d-block in the middle, and the f-block below that. The rows of the table are called periods; the columns of the s-, d-, and p-blocks are called groups, with some of these having trivial names such as the halogens or the noble gases. Since it incorporates periodic trends, the periodic table can be used to derive relationships between the properties of the elements and predict the properties of new, yet to be discovered or synthesized, elements. As a result it provides a useful framework for analyzing chemical behavior, and is widely used in chemistry and other sciences.

Periodic Table

Standard form of the periodic table. The colors represent different series of elements explained below.

Although precursors exist, Dmitri Mendeleev is generally credited with the publication, in 1869, of the first widely recognized periodic table. He developed his table to illustrate periodic trends in the properties of the then-known elements. Mendeleev also predicted some properties of then-unknown elements that would be expected to fill gaps in this table. Most of his predictions were proved correct when the elements in question were subsequently discovered. Mendeleev’s periodic table has since been expanded and refined with the discovery or synthesis of further new elements and the development of new theoretical models to explain chemical behavior.

All elements from atomic numbers 1 (hydrogen) to 118 (ununoctium) have been discovered or synthesized. Of these, all up to and including californium exist naturally; the rest have only been synthesised in laboratories. Production of elements beyond ununoctium is being pursued, with the question of how the periodic table may need to be modified to accommodate any such additions being a matter of ongoing debate. Numerous synthetic radionuclides of naturally occurring elements have also been produced in laboratories.

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[New Paper Model] Super Mario World Diorama – Yoshi’s House Free Paper Craft Download on PaperCraftSquare

Super Mario World Diorama - Yoshi's House Free Paper Craft DownloadThis paper craft is a Super Mario World diorama, Yoshi’s House, designed by Gipi. Yoshi’s House (aka Yoshi’s Tree) is a tree where Yoshi lives during Super Mario World. This tree has a fireplace, a mail box and seven berries, and it is located on Yoshi’s Island.

When Mario and Luigi came here there was a note that Yoshi had gone to find his kidnapped friends. After Mario and Luigi saved Yoshi’s friends, Yoshi went to play with them, and he left another note that he was gone, because he was playing with his friends.

The only time Mario and Luigi can see Yoshi in his home is during the credits, where Yoshi, Yoshi’s friends, Mario, Luigi and Princess Toadstool are throwing a party.

Building tip: The 3D part of the diorama is doublesided, so you’ll have to glue the tree parts and the mailbox back to back. Note that some of the tabs are too big (the tree for example), so you’ll have to cut them smaller. Have fun! [via Gipi]

Yoshi’s house appears in Mario Superstar Baseball, where it cameos as a Yoshi’s Story-reminiscent cardboard cutout in the background of the Yoshi Park stage. Also, several trees lined up in a suspiciously similar design decorated the goal areas in Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island and Yoshi’s Island DS. One of these tree setups even appears on the map of the original Yoshi’s Island, and this may be the individual Yoshi’s House. Several houses similar to in appearance to Yoshi’s House appear on Yo’ster Isle in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.

Yoshi’s House appears in Super Mario Galaxy 2 at Sky Station Galaxy, but, like in Super Mario World, Yoshi’s not home. The sign in front of his house says something similar to what the block said in Super Mario World. Although the house is not a tree like in Super Mario World, it is similar, having the sign reporting that he isn’t home and there are berries on the roof as before.

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[New Paper Model] Ao no Exorcist – Rin Okumura Cube Craft Free Paper Toy Download on PaperCraftSquare

Ao no Exorcist - Rin Okumura Cube Craft Free Paper Toy DownloadThis cube craft paper toy is the Rin Okumura, based on the manga Ao no Exorcist (Blue Exorcist), the papercraft was created by Stvn. Rin Okumura is the main protagonist of the story. He and his younger twin brother, Yukio, were born from Satan and Yuri Egin. He attends the True Cross Academy to become an Exorcist.

Rin has a protective and supportive personality. Rin can be very violent and get into fights, but really has a kind heart. He supports his friends and tries to encourage and help them. He also seems very protective of Yukio, and aims to surpass him one day. Rin is clueless at times such as saying phrases wrong or thinking that the Kraken’s fins are ears. Despite this, he is able to connect with someone’s feelings to his own, such as Shiemi Moriyama’s grief over her grandmother and Ryūji Suguro’s ambition to defeat Satan. He’s not the type of person for school or studying, though he was able to gain a junior high diploma and become an Exwire.

Unlike his younger brother, Rin is immature, which leads other people into believing that he is the younger twin out of Yukio and himself. He is headstrong and is often very open with his friends. However, when his friends found out about his demon heritage, some become afraid of him, thinking that he is unstable which could lead to a disaster, but they slowly got used to him and accepted him during the Kyoto Arc.

He seems to have a small soft-spot for animals. In the beginning of the manga, the reason he had gotten into a fight with Reiji Shiratori and his delinquent gang was because they were torturing pigeons.

Rin has black hair, which is a bit longer than that of Yukio’s and pale skin. He also has dark blue eyes. While in his human form, Rin exhibits a number of physical traits that are signs of his demonic nature, such as sharper-looking teeth, slightly pointed ears, and a black, fur-tufted tail. As a demon, Rin gains two blue flames that look like horns floating above his head, long elf-like ears, and his pupils red blue while his irides remain bright blue. The blue flames also blaze around other places of his body, mostly at the tip of his tail.

Before going to the True Cross Academy, Rin was often seen wearing a blue hoodie and a pair of black jeans with chains on the side, giving the impression of a rebellious nature. He was also seen wearing a white jacket with big pockets and various decorations on it and a pair of gloves. Because of how often he got into fights, Rin was seen with band-aids over his cheeks and fingers, wounds which were usually taken care of by Yukio.

While in True Cross Academy, Rin wears the school’s uniform, which consists of a white shirt, a loose necktie, a black jacket, and black pants. He is also seen carrying around Kurikara that is covered in a red sleeve. Also, while in class, he is occasionally seen with his bangs pinned up so he can read his studies.

Blue Exorcist (Ao no Ekusoshisuto) is a manga written and illustrated by Kazue Katō. The manga has been serialized in Jump Square magazine by Shueisha since April 2009, with individual chapters collected into eight tankōbon volumes as of April 4, 2011. The story revolves around Rin Okumura, a teenager who discovers he is the son of Satan born from a human woman and is the inheritor of Satan’s powers. When Satan kills his guardian, Rin decides to become an exorcist in order to defeat his father.

The story revolves around Rin Okumura, a teenager possessing abnormal strength and endurance who, along with his younger twin brother Yukio, was raised by Father Shiro Fujimoto. One day, Rin learns that he is the son of Satan, the strongest of all demons. Witnessing Shiro dying to protect him, Rin ends up doing what his guardian asked him never to do: draw the demon-slaying blade Kurikara, which restrains his demonic powers, from its scabbard. From that moment on, Rin not only gains permanent demonic features like fangs, pointed ears, fiery “horns” and a tail, but also the power to ignite himself into blue flames that can destroy almost anything they touch.

At Fujimoto’s funeral, Rin has an encounter with Fujimoto’s friend Mephisto Pheles, who agrees with Rin’s wish to become an Exorcist like his guardian to become stronger and to defeat Satan. Rin enrolls at the prestigious True Cross Academy, which is actually the Japanese branch of an international organization dedicated to protect the human realm, Assiah, from demons and other creatures from the demon realm, Gehenna. Rin takes part in a special Exorcist course, the existence of which is known only by a few. Much to his surprise, he finds that his brother Yukio is already a veteran Exorcist and will be one of his teachers.

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[New Paper Model] Really Works! Pinhole Camera Free Paper Model Download on PaperCraftSquare

Really Works! Pinhole Camera Free Paper Model DownloadThis paper model is a Pinhole Camera, designed by ravensblight, it is a model, but really works!! A pinhole camera is a simple camera without a lens and with a single small aperture – effectively a light-proof box with a small hole in one side. Light from a scene passes through this single point and projects an inverted image on the opposite side of the box. The human eye in bright light acts similarly, as do cameras using small apertures.

Up to a certain point, the smaller the hole, the sharper the image, but the dimmer the projected image. Optimally, the size of the aperture should be 1/100 or less of the distance between it and the projected image.

Because a pinhole camera requires a lengthy exposure, its shutter may be manually operated, as with a flap made of light-proof material to cover and uncover the pinhole. Typical exposures range from 5 seconds to several hours.

A common use of the pinhole camera is to capture the movement of the sun over a long period of time. This type of photography is called Solargraphy.

The image may be projected onto a translucent screen for real-time viewing, or can expose photographic film or a charge coupled device (CCD). Pinhole cameras with CCDs are often used for surveillance because they are difficult to detect.

Pinhole devices provide safety for the eyes when viewing solar eclipses because the event is observed indirectly, the diminished intensity of the pinhole image being harmless compared with the full glare of the Sun itself. For more infomation of the Pinhole Camera please click on this page.

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