Metabee pepakura foam patterns

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METABEE PEPAKURA PATTERNS, SUITABLE FOR FOAM ONLY

This kit contains the pepakura patterns to assemble a Metabee costume as seen in Medabots season 1. Pepakura files at a 1:1 scale suitable for a small female (5’4″/ 130lbs , i recommend sizing up pieces where suitable if you are bigger).
Only one version of each armor piece is added, you can mirror or duplicate patterns to get the other side etc (keep in mind Metabee only has one gun barrel on his right hand and two on his left hand).

The 3D models for these pepakura patterns are specifically modified with eva foam assembly in mind: all extra faces are cleaned away and foam thickness of 10mm is taken into account. I highly recommend basic pepakura assembly knowledge and experience with EVA foam. In addition to this, the Metabee build also makes use of a lot of beveled corners, these are not clarified in the pattern and it’s best to see the 3d preview to see which corners need 45 degree bevels.
To get the least additional seams possible, merge darts in the patterns together and heatshape where possible. You should only cut along the red shell lines.

These pepakura patterns are made for foam assembly and NOT suitable for traditional paper craft or fiberglass building.

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METABEE PEPAKURA PATTERNS, SUITABLE FOR FOAM ONLY

This kit contains the pepakura patterns to assemble a Metabee costume as seen in Medabots season 1. Pepakura files at a 1:1 scale suitable for a small female (5’4″/ 130lbs , i recommend sizing up pieces where suitable if you are bigger).
Only one version of each armor piece is added, you can mirror or duplicate patterns to get the other side etc (keep in mind Metabee only has one gun barrel on his right hand and two on his left hand).

The 3D models for these pepakura patterns are specifically modified with eva foam assembly in mind: all extra faces are cleaned away and foam thickness of 10mm is taken into account. I highly recommend basic pepakura assembly knowledge and experience with EVA foam. In addition to this, the Metabee build also makes use of a lot of beveled corners, these are not clarified in the pattern and it’s best to see the 3d preview to see which corners need 45 degree bevels.
To get the least additional seams possible, merge darts in the patterns together and heatshape where possible. You should only cut along the red shell lines.

These pepakura patterns are made for foam assembly and probably NOT suitable for traditional paper craft or fiberglass building.

If you need help assembling it, check out my Metabee suit build album on my facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Willow.Creative.NL/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1350130485137828

The 3d models used to make these patterns are created and/or modified by me. PDF patterns are also supplied if you do not want to install these applications, but the 3d preview helps a ton in assembly.

The pattern files are packed in a ZIP format. Once unpacked, pdo files can be opened by Pepakura Designer or Pepakura Viewer. These programs are free to use.

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