Sunday, May 16, 2010
Pamela is a character from The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask. She is a young girl who lives in a house in Ikana Canyon together with her father.
Pamela and her father moved from Clock Town to Ikana Canyon, where her father wanted to study the spirits and apparitions of the haunted valley. Her father converted the house into a music box that could play a song known as "Farewell to Gibdos", a song hated by Gibdos, effectively keeping them away from their house. One day, while researching the Gibdos in the cavern-like complex below the Empty Well, her father was cursed and gradually started turning into a Gibdo. The distraught Pamela kept her father in the closet in the cellar of their house. Around this time, the water in the canyon stopped flowing, stopping the music box from playing. Eventually, Gibdos rose from the well, searching for her father, believing him to be "one of them", forcing Pamela to lock the door and stay indoors at all times, caring for her father.
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Saturday, May 8, 2010
Tingle (チンクル, Chinkuru) made his first appearance in Majora's Mask. He wears green tights accented with red, and appears in various The Legend of Zelda games to help out - usually in bizarre ways. He is a talented map maker. His catchphrase is the supposedly magical words Kooloo-Limpah. In Majora's Mask he states that he invented these words himself, and asks Link not to steal them. His appearance is based on Koji Kondo, Nintendo's lead composer.Tingle's debut portrayed him as the eccentric, estranged son of the Southern Swamp Pictograph contest Operator - obsessed with his dream of becoming a fairy. Suspended by a balloon in the air, he uses his vantage point to plot maps of Termina, which Link is able to purchase.
Sunday, May 2, 2010
In the Super Smash Bros. games Stone ability is Kirby's Down Special attack. He can only turn into his distinct rock form in Super Smash Bros, but in Melee and Brawl the ability acts more like it's Super Star variant turning Kirby into a variety of things such as; a 100t Weight, a garbage block from Panel de Pon (In the floral style associated with the character Lip), a spiked ball, and a Thwomp from the Mario Series as well as the regular stone Kirby.
Like in Kirby's own games, he's still invulnerable to attacks (except grapples and throws) regardless of what he turns into and only hurts other fighters if used over their heads. The Stone also slides down slopes, so care needs to be taken when using the move near slopes.
Edit: Another one of my early papercrafts. Simple but closing it is a bit awkward. I recommend building the front and back faces first, then using the long middle piece to wrap around and close the body.