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Alucard's Jackal commissioned by [Ramona] Yummei Karasu.

As with all my models, it's intended for around 90lb/185g paper, sized letter or A4 (fit to printable area).

The folder contains:
Color Patterns (png, 1275x1650, 13 pages)
Blank Patterns (same)
Construction Photos (jpg, 1200x700, 24 files)

Download Link (st.ash, .zip, 15.4 mb)

PDF Version (patterns only)

Alternate Download Link (Box, .zip, 15.4mb)
Alternate Download Link (Google, .zip, 15.4mb)
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desan22t Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2015  New member Student Artist
my skins for weapones in cs go
take look it plz 3:
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SmittenCLaws Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2015  New member
excuse me im sure this is a dumb question but do i need some special paper for this?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Apr 23, 2015
While nobody can stop you from using regular printer paper, I'm afraid it will deform and droop quite easily.

I'd recommend some thick paper. Look in the hobby store's paper section and find something with a thickness around 90lb or 185g. That's what it's designed for, after all.
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SmittenCLaws Featured By Owner 5 days ago  New member
Alright I'll see if I can find some, thanks.
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Might I ask what are you currently working on?
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:iconhoborginc:
Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2015
Hk416 front sights, albeit very gradually.
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:iconacgearmaker:
ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Must be taking a while, right?
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:iconhoborginc:
Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2015
It's just that I don't have my tools with me, so I can't print, build, or photograph anything at the moment. I'm just taking an average of several minutes a day to work on patterns. I'm hoping to get a chance to finish everything properly in late April.
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2015  Student Digital Artist
What advice can you give for a short barreled rifle? I've been trying to find one that I can replicate, but no luck.
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015
You mean designing a model from scratch? What kind of short-barreled rifle?
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015  Student Digital Artist
It's kind of like the Jackal and Casual. It's Luke Valentine's weapon from Hellsing. It's a modified M1 Garand. It looks like it has a sawed off barrel and a short stock so it can be held like a pistol. I have no idea how to replicate the mechanism of a Garand.
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015
Have you found a Garand papercraft to work off? If not, you could always lift some parts from an M14. Of course, I don't think they're too mechanically detailed on that model, but anything can be an example to use as a starting point.

I don't know much about the details of the Garand's mechanism, but if you're going for just minimal moving parts you don't need to go into that much detail. All that's really necessary is to make the trigger moveable (in the same way as the pistol you just built) and make the bolt moveable. Replicating its locking mechanism and the way it interfaces with the operating rod would probably be too troublesome, so just combine the two into a single part, make sure there's a specific interior space for it to move in (this will require the parts around it to be thick, instead of a completely hollow shell), and find a way to attach a recoil spring (optional). Note that the Garand's recoil spring is in front of the bolt, so the bolt/operating rod will need to extend forward and hold the spring form the front (like on a pistol).

The only problem is that the Garand's bolt rotates into the horizontal when pulled back, allowing it to fit under the back of the receiver. You'll either have to replicate that rotation by making it a separate part from the operating rod (and adding an angled track that guides its rotation in accordance with its forward movement), or else just make the back of the receiver taller to give it enough space. Or, as a compromise, you can hinge it so that instead of rotating it simply angles downward. This last solution is the one I've included in this diagram.

(So far I've been ignoring the loading mechanism. If you want to be able to insert the en bloc clip, you'll have to make an additional hollow space for it, and figure out something to get around the fact that because the bolt is designed to push cartridges from the clip, it would not be able to close on the model unless you reduce the size of the clip (placing the cartridges lower, as on my pistols), or allow the to be pushed into the chamber (necessitating a hollow chamber an an extraction mechanism on the bolt).)

Here's a high-res image of complete and disassembled Garand for parts reference.

How to make small hollow spaces inside a complex shape like a stock? Split the stock in half, and divide each half into simpler parts. When they're glued together, cover them with an exterior face to conceal the seams. Refer to my SCAR stock as an example: it needed to be a boot shape, with a cylindrical channel down the middle and a square cavity at the back with a smaller square opening on one side. The solution was to reduce it to smaller parts, with each one being a fairly simple box with one or two curved or angled sides, and then to put an exterior face over the outside.
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2015  Student Digital Artist
If you wanted to, could you make shotguns or is that too difficult?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2015
Dunno, haven't tried to replicate the mechanism yet.
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Which kind?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015
If anything, I'd be interested in both break-open and pump-action designs. I've disassembled and reassembled the latter, but I haven't tried to design a model of it, and I don't have any familiarity with the former. If I sat down and worked on it, I could make a half-decent shotgun, but I'm more interested in solving the problems of my previous models before branching out into that field.
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Yeah, but the size of the shotgun would be a problem. What about the short barrel shotguns? Would those interest you since they both can be short barreled and easier to make?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015
Nah, the size would not be a problem. I'd just make it with an 18.5" barrel or something like that. I realize there's value in a short-barrel shotgun, but I don't have a particular desire to go in that direction. In terms of construction, I have a theory that a long barrel can be made sturdy by using multiple layers of overlapping tubes. Obviously it's is all just hypothetical for now.
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015  Student Digital Artist
What about revolvers?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2015
I don't have any plans for revolvers at the moment.
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015  Student Digital Artist
I'm making a custom version using the files(thanks for those by the way) and I was wondering if the mechanism can simulate actual sliding if the trigger is pulled? I don't want it to actually fire paper bullets, but just get it close to enough to work like one.
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015  Student Digital Artist
I used black matboard to cut down on some pieces and construction time.
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015
Currently, all the trigger does is push itself back forward, if a spring is installed behind it.

To make the slide move forward, it's possible (though untested) to place a larger spring around the spring guide under the barrel (the difficulty would be finding one that fits).

To make the slide move back, another source of force would be needed. Tacome1942 has successfully made paper models that can cycle using pressure from primers, but that requires a whole new level of functionality and sturdiness that this Jackal doesn't quite live up to. This force would need to be strong enough to overcome the recoil spring pressure, and should go away after a moment, to allow the slide to move back forward, so it can't be another spring. Maybe it can be possible to rig some kind of rubber band to the inside of the slide? This would also require adding parts to the trigger, so that it would hold everything in place until it was pulled. I suppose it's possible, but the level of modification required would be significant. To make it a little easier, here are the vectors and planning files that went into the Jackal. They are svg's editable in Inkscape.
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Oh, I'm almost finished making the gun, but I made some modifications to it, so its's not a Healing Jackal anymore. What do I call it?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015
What kind of modifications? How to call it is up to your discretion.
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2015  Student Digital Artist
The slide is longer, the barrel somehow turned into a 9mm and I chose not to "engrave" it yet and I'm not sure if I should add "Hellsing" anywhere on the slide. In other words, it's based on the Jackal, but not an exact replica.
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ACGearmaker Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Wow, thanks.
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optimusconvoy45 Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014
is the download free or do we have to pay for it?
and is there a author download link for the 454 casull auto?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2014
Considering that the file is already accessible, yes, it's free.

The link for the Casull, here it is.
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TheLegendaryPaper Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2014
Ive downloaded this, thinking of making it. But there's missing one thing... THE F**** INSTRUCTIONS!!!!!!!! I dont know HOW to make this. Could you please provide us sadist/terrorist papercrafters with instructions on how to construct this satanic marvel?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2014
The instructions are in a folder named "Construction Photos," in the main package.
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OUTMACED121 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This needs Flavor text:
"As a vampire you are a pathetic piece of shit. Now you're nothing but dog shit" -Alucard
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jentaro9 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014
you were* a pathetic piece of shit
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OUTMACED121 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ahhhh
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UnmashedPotato Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014
What glue do you use in your projects? Nothing of yours seems wrinkly.
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014
Just ordinary elmer's paper glue. The trick is just using a small amount and holding the parts together so they don't expand.
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UnmashedPotato Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014
Cool. Thanks, and would no wrinkle paper glue work? I've been meaning to get some from my local craft store.
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014
Dunno, I haven't used it.

But another thing to keep in mind is just to make sure the paper is of the appropriate thickness. If it's around 90lbs/185g, it's good to go.
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UnmashedPotato Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2014
Paper that weighs 90lbs? I just use regular printer paper.
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2014
Of course, it's possible to build with printer paper, but the model will be less sturdy and much more prone to deformation.
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UnmashedPotato Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014
What would be an example of 90lb paper? Like Bristol board or cardstock?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2014
Personally I use Canson watercolor paper, but you have to be careful with watercolor paper because some types of it aren't smooth enough.
Bristol board is a bit too thick. Just keep an eye on the details describing it. If it's somewhere between 75-125 lb or 150-200 g, it should work fine.
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Awesomechan3 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014
hey, can you do a glock ?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
It's not really likely, at least not in the near future.
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Awesomechan3 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014
what about a sniper rifle ?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2014
There's a lot of stuff I'd like to do. Can't make time for everything, unfortunately.
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CaptainF0rk Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2014
what are you working on right now?
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Hoborginc Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014
At the moment, I'm settling into a new apartment and being busy with work. However, when I get designing again, I'll start with new AR parts.
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SatanRo666 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014
AWESOME !!!!!!!
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homoass Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014
Awesome!
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