I completed another paper model of a character(?) from the Front Mission game series. (The previous one is described in this entry if you haven’t seen it before.) Its name seems to be Blizzaia L.
You can download the PDFs for building it with these links:
I actually finished this model some time ago but just got around to putting up a photo here. My current project is the SD Force Impuse Gundam from this site. (It’s in Korean, so navigation involves a certain amount of guesswork unless you happen to read Korean.) It also seems that the link I purchased the plans from the author but haven’t gotten beyond the first step. It turns out to be rather difficult. All of its joints (shoulders, neck, etc.) move, so building it involves making lots of little paper cylinders that fit inside other little paper cylinders. I think I’m going to have to start from scratch; what I’ve done so far really doesn’t fit together very well. It seems to be easier to make cylinders from a couple layers of regular printer paper than from cardstock, so I’ve re-printed all of the cylinder parts on plain paper and will start afresh with those.
Note that the pages for the Front Mission models, the SD Gundam models from the Korean site, and just about all models created outside of the U.S.A. are formatted for A4 paper. A4 cardstock is next to impossible to find in the U.S.A., thanks to our senseless adherence to archaic measurement systems and obsolete formats. I usually end up importing each page of the model into Photoshop and moving the pieces around so that I can print them on letter-sized cardstock.