Here’s an easy accessory for your zombie. Enjoy!
I was finally able to put together some step-by-step images for assembling the zombie. He’s definitely one of my more advance models so be prepared for a challenge!
Also, by request, here are the PDO files for reference. You’ll need to rename the file from zombie-pdo-zip.doc to zombie-pdo.zip before you can unzip the PDOs (wordpress doesn’t allow the pdo extension). You’ll also need Pepakura Viewer, a free download available at http://www.tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura-en/download/viewer.html.
This guy could probably use another iteration, but I didn’t want to delay him any longer. Without further ado, I present the Zombie:
I made a bunch of tweaks to make the pieces fit together better and balance his weight, but I didn’t have time to assemble the updated model. As a result, the actual model will look slightly different from the photos. No step-by-step photos yet but if you’re ready for a challenge, here are the PDFs:
Head/eyes without numbers, with numbers
Arm/hand/foot (Pt1) without numbers, with numbers
Arm/hand/foot (Pt2) without numbers, with numbers
Shirt/jacket/tie without numbers, with numbers
Legs without numbers, with numbers
The Zombie is coming but will take a bit longer before he’s ready. I’ve finished modelling him and started assembling the parts, but it might take me a few tries before I get them to fit together just right since I’ve never designed one with moving parts before. In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek:
Fume-shrooms shoot fumes that can pass through screen doors, ladders and trash cans.
Flower Pots allow you to plant a plant on the roof.
The perfect accessory for all those plants you’ve been making! If you pair it with a bamboo tea coaster, you can really get your zen on
I designed it to be 2 pieces, top and bottom, that you assemble separately then glue together. For top heavy plants like the Chomper, you might need to weigh down the bottom (with pennies or more paper) and use a wire/paperclip to attach the plant stem.
Jalapenos destroy an entire row of zombies.
This guy is a little tricky to put together around the pointy parts… I recommend starting from the bottom up for the body. A pen or pencil tip is useful for pressing the edges together if your fingers can’t. As with Wall-Nut v2, I took photos of each step during assembly to use as a reference.