There are a few ways to separate parts in Pepakura, but the most common way is to use a sharp blade to cut the parts away from the main sheet. Another way is to score the parts with a blade or other sharp object, and then use fingers or a tool to snap the parts away from the main sheet.
When cutting Pepakura parts from the main sheet, use a sharp blade and be careful not to cut yourself. Cut slowly and steadily, using gentle strokes. When cutting out complex shapes with lots of curves and small details, take your time and make several passes to get a clean cut. It’s also a good idea to hold the part you’re cutting close to the blade, to avoid over-stretching the paper.
If you’re having trouble cutting a specific part out of the main sheet, try scoring it first with a blade or other sharp object. To score a part, make a light indentation in the paper with a sharp blade, and then use your fingers or a tool to snap the part away from the main sheet.
Print out both the front and back of the body part. Cut out the body part using heavy duty scissors. Cut a lining out of a sturdy fabric, such as denim, using the same dimensions as the body part. Pin the lining to the body part, right sides together. Sew around the edge of the body part, leaving a small opening. Turn the body part inside out. Sew the opening closed. Zigzag or serge the edge to prevent fraying.
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If desired, topstitch around the edge of the body part.