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HnKnA PaperCraft - Vivaldi by Larry-San HnKnA PaperCraft - Vivaldi by Larry-San
The FINAL of the 15 bases for the Heart no Kuni no Alice paper craft series you'll see from me.
This was a request from :iconscapegoat75: from a very long time ago. Sorry it took so long.

This is Vivaldi, the representation of the Red Queen in the game/manga.
I think she turned out pretty cute after I folded her.

Parts were recolored from :icondesubunny: (DesuBunny's) various papercrafts.
Thanks a bunch!

Heart no Kuni no Alice (c) Quinrose.
This recolored model (c) me.
The parts from this recolored model (c) DesuBunny.

Notes:
- When I originally made her, she only had two hair curls, but she looked too much like a purple-haired Teto. However, you can still make her with only two curls. I just added two more. If you're going to make the four curls, place one more toward the front and one a little lower and in the back on each side.
- To make her hair, glue two strips together back to back. Once the combined part dries, use a pencil (preferably the round ones that come from businesses or something) and curl her hair around it.
- In my original design, she had pants, but they ended up being too small and her dress was too long. I just took them out.
- Sorry her crown is a bit off. You can cut a little off if you want to.
- Her heart thingy in the back is a little weird, so you can leave it on or off. Um... I think the straps should attach to the darker red parts near the top of her dress.


If you want to print the pattern out, you can copy and paste the downloaded image onto Microsoft Word (or a writing program) and make the image larger.

If you need help, you can leave a note for me or a comment on this page, or you can look at DesuBunny's tutorial: [link]


THIS SERIES IS FINALLY FINISHED. FINALLY.
The links lead to the pattern. The second link leads to the finished model.

Alice: [link] [link]
Peter: [link] [link]
Blood: [link] [link]
Elliot: [link] [link]
Tweedle Dee: [link] [link]
Tweedle Dum: [link] [link]
Boris: [link] [link]
Vivaldi: You are here. [link]
Ace: [link] [link]
Julius: [link] [link]
"Mary Gowland": [link] [link]
Nightmare: [link] [link]
Pierce: [link] [link]
Gray: [link] [link]
Joker: [link] [link]
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:iconlitle-noa:
Litle-Noa Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
i'm having some troubles with her curls, where exactly do you need to attach them? they don't look so good
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Larry-San Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2013
With my trial, I applied glue to the small trapezoid parts at the ends and just attached the curls to the sides of her head, a little above halfway. I only put on two curls, but you can put the four on. :0
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:iconlitle-noa:
Litle-Noa Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
ok thank you very much :)
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Litle-Noa Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
thanks to you and desubunny i'm finally able to make these things : D this one is next on the list! i plan to make them all
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Driickaa Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
omg, omg, omg, omg, omg...
YEY!!!! *w*

(she's so pretty >w<)
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