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PM Jackal by Hoborginc PM Jackal by Hoborginc
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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:iconoptimusconvoy45:
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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:iconhoborginc:
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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:iconthelegendarypaper:
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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:iconhoborginc:
Hoborginc Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2014
The instructions are in a folder named "Construction Photos," in the main package.
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:iconoutmaced121:
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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:iconjentaro9:
jentaro9 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014
you were* a pathetic piece of shit
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:iconoutmaced121:
OUTMACED121 Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ahhhh
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:iconunmashedpotato:
UnmashedPotato Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2014
What glue do you use in your projects? Nothing of yours seems wrinkly.
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:iconhoborginc:
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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:iconunmashedpotato:
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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:iconhoborginc:
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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:iconunmashedpotato:
UnmashedPotato Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2014
Paper that weighs 90lbs? I just use regular printer paper.
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:iconhoborginc:
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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:iconunmashedpotato:
UnmashedPotato Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014
What would be an example of 90lb paper? Like Bristol board or cardstock?
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:iconhoborginc:
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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:iconawesomechan3:
Awesomechan3 Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2014
hey, can you do a glock ?
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:iconhoborginc:
Hoborginc Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014
It's not really likely, at least not in the near future.
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:iconawesomechan3:
Awesomechan3 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2014
what about a sniper rifle ?
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:iconhoborginc:
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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:iconcaptainf0rk:
CaptainF0rk Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2014
what are you working on right now?
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:iconhoborginc:
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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:iconsatanro666:
SatanRo666 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014
AWESOME !!!!!!!
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:iconhomoass:
homoass Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014
Awesome!
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:iconloveissick:
LoveIsSick Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
this is beautiful 
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:iconm4sterdoom:
m4sterdoom Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014
well done!
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:iconvengefulpadre:
Vengefulpadre Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
That is officially one of the coolest things made of paper ever
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:iconagterin:
agterin Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014
You can do a beretta m93r?
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:iconhoborginc:
Hoborginc Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014
It's possible. I'll be open for another project about a month from now.
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:iconrieldalhazrad:
RieldAlhazrad Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014
Awesome details.

whit little wind-up, these gun can be fire . *-*
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:iconhoborginc:
Hoborginc Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014
Of course it would require some modification depending on the desired level of functionality, but it's always interesting to see what people can do. There was a guy who made the old NSP out of cardboard and installed a recoil spring in it, which was pretty impressive.
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:iconlegioner8:
Legioner8 Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2014
Now make Harkonnen Cannon!
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:iconmorgentlve:
morgentlve Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2014
hellsing       i love     Alucard
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:iconcrimsonthunder1995:
crimsonthunder1995 Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2014
That's great!
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:iconturtle-lover73:
Turtle-Lover73 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014
Two questions if you don't mind too terribly. 
1: Is it possible to get a quick tutorial on how to do the sight pieces on this? I got most of the rest of it so far, but I can't for the life of me figure those out...
2: Are you okay with people posting their finished products? I'd obviously link back to here. 
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:iconhoborginc:
Hoborginc Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2014
1. (If you only have the PDF version, make sure to download the main package and refer to the construction photos.) If you make all the parts individually, they can be fit together pretty intuitively, but I'll describe it for the sake of thoroughness:
The front sight is pretty straightforward: It has a U-shaped "front sight base," and the front sight itself simply sits inside it, aligned towards the front. Flat ends of both pieces face forward, and angled ends face back.
To make the rear sight, first make the "rear sight base" and place the interior inside it. It should form three walls in the front, tapering down to a flat surface at the back.  Then make the "rear sight plate," which is a simple box. The "rear sight adjuster" is also a box, but it has openings on two sides, with no tabs in them. Stick the rear sight plate through the adjuster, forming a cross shape. The "rear sight leaf" is a pentagonal box, but it has a cutout area with some tabs. Cut out the diamond-shaped opening and fold down the six triangular tabs. Once the pentagonal box is built, take the small interior piece next to it and use it to cover the cutout. Attach the rear sight leaf to the rear sight plate (there's a wavy-hatched area on the leaf showing where it goes) and insert the rear sight plate into the rear sight base. Let me know if there's anything specific that needs to be addressed.

2. Certainly! I'm always happy to see how people build things.
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:iconturtle-lover73:
Turtle-Lover73 Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2014
Thanks for the help, finally got them to all go together right! 
One more, probably incredibly stupid, question.
It's probably the simplest piece on the whole gun, but how in the world does the bottom wall of the slide fold together into the right shape? I can't figure it out... 
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:iconhoborginc:
Hoborginc Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2014
The black areas directly adjacent to the gray area just fold flat right back onto it, forming a second layer instead of actually making a shape. The thinnest black areas right next to them fold upward perpendicularly, forming the vertical walls of the rectangular box.
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:iconturtle-lover73:
Turtle-Lover73 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014
All right, i'm most of the way done but I can't figure out the triger, slide catches or mag catches, basically anything in step 17 besides the axles... Any help would be appreciated.
And thanks again! 
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:iconhoborginc:
Hoborginc Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2014
The slide catches don't move. They're just attached to the wavy hatched areas of the same shape.
The left slide catch has some small white rectangles. Glue them together like an accordion, and attach them to the semicircular piece (it's an oval, but it folds in on itself to form a semicircle). The idea is that this semicircle will be raised so that it overlaps the slide, but doesn't interfere with its movement. The right slide catch just has a triangular bump that has some raised ribs on it. It has a cut corner, to match the slide catch's curved corner.

The trigger is simply a box with a bunch of curves. There is a hole in the back, but don't actually remove material when cutting it out. It just turns into a bunch of triangular tabs, which fold tinward. The "Trigger interior" is a tube (black side faces inward), with a cap on the end. Insert it into the back of the trigger. It's really just there to line the hole and give it defined boundaries. This is where the spring will go. Once the trigger is dry and you're ready to install it, put the spring in it, then place the trigger inside the frame, placing the other end of the spring on the little shelf behind it. Hold it in place and stick the trigger axle through the frame and trigger, pinning it in place. Check to see whether it moves correctly.

The rear safeties are fairly straightforward. Just put the little ribs on them and then glue the axle through one of the safeties. Install it in the frame and attach the other safety to the other end of the axle. There isn't really much range of motion intended for them, so as long as they're in the right place everything is fine.

The mag catch is a half-cylinder with two short cylinders attached to its ends. The mag catch bump is a cube that fits in the corner formed by the half-cylinder and its endcap. Just make it as pictured, then insert it into the frame, in the hole at the front of the magwell, so that the half-cylinder is at the front and there is an open space in the back (so it doesn't interfere with the magazine). Which side should the mag catch bump be on? The left side, to match the magazine's hole. But this piece can be taken out and turned around, so it doesn't really matter. As long as it can move side-to-side, it's good.

The hammer is the most complicated part. First, start making its main body, which should be easy to figure out. For the circular section, make the large tube with the tabs but don't attach anything to it just yet. There are two curved half-circular pieces with tabs located next to it. These are cone/funnel shapes, and they should have the black side facing inward. They form the inside of the hammer's circular section, and their tabs will attach to the large circles (endcaps), together with the tabs of the tube. Take a funnel and attach it to an endcap, then attach the endcap to the tube, and repeat for the other side. The point is that the inside of the hammer's circular section is not flat, but narrows toward the center, so it's split into right and left sides.
Then attach the little ribs to the circular section, and glue the triangular hammer protrusion into a space between the ribs. Then glue it to the main body so that the hammer protrusion faces toward the back. To install the hammer simply put it where it goes and insert the hammer axle. Check to see whether it can move correctly.
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:iconrodmon:
rodmon Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2014
wow this is awesome 
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:iconssjcybersonic:
SSJCyberSonic Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Holy crap this is awesome!
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:iconalucasan:
Alucasan Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2014
Lovely
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:iconrayegunn:
rayegunn Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2014
Nice, nice will give that a go while i wait ^_^
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:iconsilverwolf0122:
SilverWolf0122 Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
mindblowing.... literally :)
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:iconsakagewolf:
SaKagewolf Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2014
link doesnt work
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:iconhoborginc:
Hoborginc Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2014
All right, here's a new one. Thanks for letting me know.
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:iconsakagewolf:
SaKagewolf Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2014
no prob
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:iconmakahin:
Makahin Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2014
#dead.
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