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Pan' ku Box - Papercraft by j3f3rs0n Pan' ku Box - Papercraft by j3f3rs0n
Is the papercraft of Pan' ku box, of the Jackie Chan's Adventures.
I was inspired by the talisman's series of [link]
In special by [link]
Enjoy.
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kacript Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2013
Nice, but the triagrams are supposed to be green and the square faces where the triagrams are are supposed to be blue..
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j3f3rs0n Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2013
Ok, but I go leave this way...
what is made, is made.
If you think that should modify, do it in the (paint)!
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Gamekirby Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Here are the tri-grams of each demon:

Demon - Element - Tri-gram
Shendu - Fire - Full lines on top and bottom with a broken line in the middle
Hsi Wu - Sky - All full lines
Bai Tza - Water - 1 broken line top of 2 broken lines
Tso Lan - Moon - Broken lines on top and bottom with a full line in the middle
Dai Gui - Earth - All broken lines
Po Kong - Mountain - 1 full line on top of 2 broken lines
Xiao Fung - Wind - 2 full lines top of 1 broken line
Tchang Zu - Thunder - 2 broken lines top of 1 full line
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j3f3rs0n Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2012
I already knew the names of all the demons and their elements and trigrams of each. But thanks for explaining anyway.
Correction:
Bai Tza - Water - Broken lines on top and bottom with a full line in the middle
Tso Lan - Moon - 1 broken line of top 2 full lines.
Ok, byee.
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Gamekirby Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Wrong, I got the tri-grams correctly. I check the wikipedia.
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j3f3rs0n Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2012
Right, but Wikipedia isn't 100% trusted, because anybody can edit and so, lie or muss the articles...
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Gamekirby Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
Nothing personal but the tri-grams themselves are square-liked, but a tri-gram is more of a trapezoid shaped. But maybe I'm wrong, but it makes it easier telling them apart.
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j3f3rs0n Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2012
The trapezoid shape is used when the trigrams are around the yin-yang symbol, in the traditional design, all the eight forming an octagon.
But now you left me this doubt...
I don't remember if in the panku box is squared, trapezoid or other form.
Anyway, I'll check!
Thanks.
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Gamekirby Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
The box is fine, I meant the tri-gram lines them selves in the form of a trapezoid broken into pieces and forming a tri-gram.
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