Lobs explosive shells at multiple zombies.
He can also double as a pencil holder 😉
And the beet goes on…
It’s been a while since my last model so I’m trying to get back into the groove. Here’s Beet from PvZ Adventures!
I took a few photos for reference. Note that the actual model is slightly different since I tweaked it a little after putting it together.
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.