In honor of Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl‘s release, Twitter user Uma decided to create a paper diorama version of Twinleaf Town, the first city players encounter in the game.
Uma hoped that people who watch his diorama will recall memories they had of playing the original Diamond and pearl when the games were first released fifteen years ago on the Nintendo DS.
The base of the paper craft is styrofoam. On top of that, Uma laid brown paper to create the roads, green paper to make the grass and white paper to make the snow. But the really impressive parts are the trees and the houses.
Creating each tree was time consuming, with each tree made of 1 cm, 2 cm and 3 cm wooden circles. The circles were folded repeatedly and then glued on top of each other, creating the illusion of layered branches and foliage. Rolled brown paper was then used to create the stem. Making one paper tree seems cumbersome, but Uma ended up making a total of 51!
Making the houses seems even harder. The logs for each are tightly rolled brown drawing paper, which was glued together one by one and then cut at an angle to support the roof. Pieces of wood were too cut to constitutes the trimming. Again, the process looks so cumbersome, but the end result is amazing. Completing the entire project took about sixty hours, reports Nice.
This is not the first time Uma has created something like this. Last year, he recreated Pallet Town.
IN this YouTube video, you can see how Uma created the paper craft project Twinleaf Town-It’s a bit like, it How to draw an owl meme, though.
If that was not enough – and I guess so, it’s not – Uma also made some excellent stop-motion animations.
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