Add to Cart to download this kit for free !
Download Heisenberg

Heisenberg. Poseable paper character from the TV series Breaking Bad

The head on the paper character moves up and down and side to side. The arms move with two degrees of freedom.


This project is free to download. Print out the parts on thin card. (230 microns, 67 lb) Notice that the fifth sheet is printed on both sides. Print out the front, flip the card and return it to your printer then print the back. Score all the dotted and dashed lines and cut out the holes before carefully cutting out the pieces.


Roll round and glue together the hat side.


Fit the side into the hat rim with the join at the side as shown.

Glue the second rim into place then glue on the hat top.


Glue the nose to the grey area.

Glue the beard to the grey area.


Let the glue on the nose dry completely then fold round and glue the head together. Glue in the darts at the top of the head to complete the head's shaping.


Glue the glasses to the bridge of the nose and then the ears.


Roll round and glue together the neck so that it lines up with the edge of the coloured area, arrowed.


Glue the lower ring strip into place.


Starting with the wider ring strip so that the end is lined up with the step in the neck tube, roll it around the neck and glue it to itself. The ring needs to be free to turn.


Glue the final ring into place trapping the rotating ring on the neck.


Cut out the two 'U' shaped holes.


Fit the head holder pieces to the tabs as shown so that they are free to rotate.


Fit the head over the neck. Glue the head to the head holders lining up the edge with the shot black lines on the head.


Glue the hat into place.


Fold over and glue down the arm ends to that the card is double thickness.

Once the glue is dry, cut out the hole and the outline of the shoulder ends.


Fold up and glue the arms. Fold the elbow joint and glue it together.


Roll round and glue together the shoulder tube.


Fix the three rings into place at each end of the arm in the same way as you constructed the neck joint.


Glue the tab pieces onto the rotating rings.


Glue together the body.


Line up the lapels with the edge of the back of the neck hole.


Glue the inside edge of the lapels to the body. Lift the edge of the lapel slightly with a pair of tweezers.


Thread the shoulders into the body then glue the shoulder strap to the shoulder tube.


Roll round and glue together the legs.

Glue together the top half of the legs.


Curve the shoes along each of the tapered lines. Glue together the shoes.


Glue the feet to the legs.


Glue the legs to the completed body so that the white line is just inside the body.


Fit the arms over the tabs on the shoulders


Secure the tabs with the washers so that the arms are still free to move.


Shape the hands by curving them gently.


Fit the arms into the sleeves.


Fit the arms into the sleeves.


That completes the model. Wait for the glue to dry completely before the trying out the posing.



Keep up to date: Receive the latest blog post by email

Rate this post:
Average: 4.7 (7 votes)



Comments

Thursday 22nd Nov 2012 23:15

humanoidsrus

It's beautiful. Great tribute to a great TV show.

Thanks :-) - RI

Saturday 24th Nov 2012 03:09

cool022883

i don't watch the show but wanted to make the model anyways.the model looks great you just have to be careful when making the pose able parts and be careful with your gluing just like you do with all the pose able projects but everything works very well on mine.also i know its a free model but i think part of the reason it is free is because of him using a TV character and so he cant sell it but he still took his time to make it for us so if you can  donating anything even just a dollar it would be a nice thank you to rob for creating this model for us to make.

Thanks for the positive review. You are correct about the reason it is free to download. Thanks for the donation, I really appreciate it! - RI

Saturday 24th Nov 2012 11:39

michael42er

michael42er's picture

This impressive Mr. White is now with me. It has, as always, it is a pleasure to build it. The elegant hat, a close look through the glasses, everything in the model represented well.

Michael

Heisenberg-horz 22x

Thanks Michael, nice work with the cut out glasses! - RI

Saturday 24th Nov 2012 18:45

cool022883

why are you all looking at me

lol =)