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Castle Crashers Instructions by crzisme Castle Crashers Instructions by crzisme
Cut out the shoulder sockets and hand holes with an exacto knife/razor.

Hold the small white circle inside the shoulder socket without glue, then glue only the center of the circle to the arm. It should rotate freely.

Create a "table" with the white piece below the helmet. Tape it to the shoulders and place the helmet on top without glue. This way the head can swivel.
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Dioxim Jan 19, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I've really wanted to do one of these thanks!
star0spaids Jul 8, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
are you kidding me!? "the instructions are not to good" good heavens, i'm 11 and this is super easy to make.
Madness10235 Aug 6, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
How to you fit the sword properly...Well anyways nice model and also im almost done!
This is true gold, not only has crzisme built these from pictures, but he/she has been kind enough to povide the instructions in written and picture, its great . easy to understand, fun to make, and cheap too! sure there isnt detale to the point of telling you to stick one side of the head to the other, but thats just commen sence, the laws of glue still apply to this project, the instructions are very clear if you. if you still have trubble, try to imagin makeing every piece 3D, and then follow the principles of elmers glue. it should practically complete itself! to me it feels like the instructions only need to cover the hard part which they do perfectally. so i don't quite know what all the fuss is about. this whole thing gets an A+ from me. ~
nice i'm printing one tommorow the instructions are easy to understand thanks.
Thanks for the VERY clear instructions well clear unless ure 12
ArtisanKirei Jan 6, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Love the paper dolls, love the instructions. They were easy to understand.

Thanks for explaining the instructions in your info as well though(i've never learned well from pictoral instructions, but that's just me)
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