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Stark Direwolf Sigil Papercraft by Gedelgo Stark Direwolf Sigil Papercraft by Gedelgo
I didn't realize until it was too late that this would have been way better cut in half instead of as a full bust. Darn. Anyway, it's a bit more than a foot long and fairly easy to build.

You can download the pattern for free here. 

PSA: I've seen several people make this out of plain white printer paper. Do not do this. It will look terrible. Go to your local craft store and buy some colored cardstock instead.

PSA#2: There's a number of people selling this pattern. I'm not associated with any of them. If you pay someone to mail you a pre-cut pattern then none of that money reaches me. (If you pay someone to email you the pdf then you're an idiot)
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:iconmojosvk:
MojoSVK Featured By Owner Edited Apr 29, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi Gedelgo, love your work.

I made a colored version for printing if someone need it.

drive.google.com/open?id=0B7W6…


and here is the sliced version. Dunno if its good but maybe Gedelgo may look at it ;)

drive.google.com/open?id=0B7W6… 
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Gedelgo Featured By Owner May 5, 2017
Nice, thanks.
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Voicesthewind12 Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Where's the templates?
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:iconthesefer:
TheSefer Featured By Owner Edited Feb 18, 2017
EDIT: Must be blind. Color can be found within the PDF itself.

But for paperweight, any recommendation would be appreciated.

Did you print on A4? Looks tiny because Adobe needs to shrink pages.
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TheSefer Featured By Owner Feb 19, 2017
Are the mountain/valley folds reversed due to pepakura viewer/designer? If I fold/glue according to the rules the numbers would be visible (looks horrible on white paper)
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zabzze Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2016  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
So great! Thanks for sharing the pattern!
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cblack86 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2016
There is a video on youtube which really helped. I can't post the link but if you search   "Stark Wolf Papercraft(TUTORIAL)-Game of Thrones"   you should find it. I could not have made this without it. 

Double sided sticky tape is a good hint. Once the piece was in place I lined the inside with box tape. The teeth are hard and I would recommend a practice run on paper to work out how to handle it before you use your good card. 

This is hard but it looks great when you are done.
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Niatono123 Featured By Owner Dec 2, 2016
I love this so much!! Do you think you could made the numbers more clear? Because some of them overlap and are hard to read
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saraoliveros Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2016
Hey, is the damaged pdf file (On the drive) the instructions? Or do you attach the paper with the number it says right on the edge?

BTW: Also saw it in 9gag, really cool job!!

:)
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Gedelgo Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2016
Not sure what you mean by damaged. Use the pdo file if you're having trouble figuring out what goes where.
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VanilleOfDead Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2016
I've seen this on 9gag, did some research and found you :) Amazing work!
I've read in the comments that the markings on the pattern are on the outside, is that so?
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Gedelgo Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2016
Yep, switch the valley and mountain folds to make it with the lines on the inside.
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VanilleOfDead Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2017
tbh I don't know which one they are :) I printed it mirrored, but that might not have been necessary. It is already hanging on my wall and looks amazing! Awesome work!
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praveshvap Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2016
The pattern is not download
So,tell me how to download the PDF?
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:icongedelgo:
Gedelgo Featured By Owner Nov 19, 2016
Link in the description
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Linkofcamalot Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2016
This looks fantastic! Do you have the file for the 3D model still by any chance? I'd love to modify it to make a silhouette version. (You would still get all the credit for designing it of course.)
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nmkathy Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2016
Any way to send directions as a pdf file? 
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:icongedelgo:
Gedelgo Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2016
Directions? You can follow the link in the description to get the pattern.
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ChiakiFenrir Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2016
Thank you, I've been looking for this for weeks.
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Munther84 Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
Thank you
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jujussy Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2016
Just wanted to say thanks for your file! I used the Silhouette to cut/"print" out the pieces and they featured it on their Instagram. I credited you in the comments since they didn't include it from my previous comments. www.instagram.com/p/BJgyZYLjQy… 
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nothing--suspicious Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2016
that's how i built the triceratops skull
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:icongedelgo:
Gedelgo Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016
Neat
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joon817 Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2016
how do you mount this bad boy?
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:icongedelgo:
Gedelgo Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2016
I use double sided sticky tape. Hardware stores sell foam wall hangers that work really well too.
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Era-24 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
I love it
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rural-guerre Featured By Owner May 25, 2016
THIS IS AMAZING.
I've been looking for papercrafts to do all the houses (main 4 at least)!
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rural-guerre Featured By Owner May 28, 2016
Out of curiosity, will you be doing the dragon, deer, and lion? I'd like to make all the sigils ^_^
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:iconjujussy:
jujussy Featured By Owner May 19, 2016
THANK YOU!!! Great work!!!
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FernandoGunther Featured By Owner May 17, 2016
Hey man! great work! thank you for this great project!
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haengematte Featured By Owner May 16, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
I am deeply impressed this is so cool! Excelent work!
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edgyywolf Featured By Owner May 16, 2016
First of all: Thanks to Gedelgo for offering such a great pattern. I love it!
 
When I first saw the model, I wanted to make it instantly. So I got the paper, printed the patterns out and started cutting. Unfortunately I realized to late, that the PDF shows the lines and numbers on the outside of the model. That was a little frustrating right at the beginning, because so I wasted a lot of good paper.

Anyways. This was not going to work for me. The PDF was no help, so I looked at the provided pdo-file (thx for that, too) and began my google search. I'm no designer and I just met Pepakura one week before. So it was a lot of googleing around, until I found a way that worked for me. Simply spoken: I turned the model inside out like a glove and unfolded it again. I had to do a lot of remeasuring (I think it turned out to be slightly smaller than the original model), rotating and reorganizing the pieces on the right paper parts (dark grey, light grey etc.). Not to forget the editing of the flaps.  That whole thing took me at least ... I don't know ... maybe 3-4 hours. But I wanted to make this model badly, so I pulled through. Then I created the PDF.

After that it was easy enough. Printing, cutting, folding and gluing it all together. I started at the nose and worked my way through to the back. This part took me another 10-12 hours, but this time it was not frustrating at all, because you could see the progress. The teeth were thee most exhausting part and at some point I was like... well, it looks pretty neat without the teeth, why not let it go?... but I pulled through and dammit, it was sure worth it! The teeth just made it perfect.

If you wanna take a look, search for edgy_wolf on instagram.

Thanks again at Gedelgo. This was sure a crapload of work, but it was totally worth it!

For those who wanna know: I used A4-sized paper in dark grey, light grey and white. The paper is 160g/m2 thick.
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eliadp Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2016
Hi!
Is it possible to have this new PDF that you created?

Thanks in advice!
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Gedelgo Featured By Owner May 17, 2016
I saw your instagrams earlier. It looks like you really enjoyed the project and it turned out great too. :D (Big Grin) Best of luck on your next one.

+Not sure what went wrong with the unfolding and refolding - you can switch the valley and mountain folds to make a mirrored, inside out version from the regular pattern.
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aneliborges Featured By Owner May 15, 2016
measures?
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susanacastano11 Featured By Owner May 10, 2016
Hi! What size of paper should I use?

Nice work!
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:icongedelgo:
Gedelgo Featured By Owner May 14, 2016
Either A4 or letter size will work.
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patsshetty123 Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2016
Awesome work... definitely going to try it out.. You should make one for the white walker as well
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serapharia Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2016
This is so cool! Will definitely try this out using colored cardstock. Would I have to buy two different colors or is that just shadowy parts in the picture above?
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Gedelgo Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2016
I've used three shades here - white for the eyes/teeth, light grey and dark grey. Someone made it with four shades, splitting the dark grey with black for the mouth and nose, and I think it looks a bit nicer.
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TheManlyBanana Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2016
What do I do about the parts where it needs two sheets to make one piece?
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:icongedelgo:
Gedelgo Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2016
Cut them with some extra material on the edge where the divide is then just glue or tape them together. The only piece that does that is the backing and that doesn't have to be pretty.
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rms13799 Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2016
Hey, 

Is there a way to see the number labels on page 13 and 14 more clearly?
Some of them are covering each other up
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:icongedelgo:
Gedelgo Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2016
Hmm, yeah you're right. If you open the .pdo file in Pepakura Viewer it'll show what connects where.
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culebraarcoiris Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
Wow, this is awesome. Next project: check!
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Sacerdothyza Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
awesome!!!
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iHeartCaffeine Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2015
This is unreal! I'm going out to get paper today so I can make this over the holiday break. 
Thank you so much for this! (keep up the fantastic work!!)
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MikkyJean Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2015
That's pretty awesome, what program was that done in?
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:icongedelgo:
Gedelgo Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2015
Blender for the model and Pepakura for the paper pattern.
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leonardoxx1 Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Excelent work. thanks for sharing.
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