Tiger & Bunny - Sky High's Helmet Papercraft Free Download

Tiger & Bunny - Sky High's Helmet Papercraft Free Download


Tiger & Bunny - Sky High's Helmet Papercraft Free DownloadThis papercraft is Sky High (Keith Goodman)’s helmet, based on the anime series , the paper model created by gankutsu-o-taku. Sky High is currently the most popular hero in Sternbild and winner of last season's "King of Heroes" title. Currently, all that is known of his past is that his NEXT powers have manifested when he was 18 years old.

Keith is usually depicted as a happy good-hearted person who places a lot of emphasis on politeness and is often described as an airhead. He often repeats himself, such as in his favorite catchphrase "Thank you, and again, Thank you" because he wants to make sure others understand him but makes Wild Tiger get annoyed by that catchphrase.

Sky High's hero suit is similar to the uniform worn by the Rocketeer. Like the Rocketeer, Sky High possesses a jetpack which he uses to fly. His sponsor logos appears on his chest (Ustream) and sleeves (Tamashii Nations). Like most of the other heroes, his hero suit contains a "Lighting Mode" feature, whereby part of it lights up when his powers are active. The helmet also seems to contain the same sort of information readouts seen in Barnaby and Wild Tiger's visors. The top portion of his helmet was broken during the battle with Jake, but later appears to have been either replaced or reattached.

Sky High is able to create strong gusts of wind on command. This is first seen in episode 1 when he slows the descent of two falling civilians with an upwards gust. His powers were shown even more, during his battle with Jake, he created blasts of winds and a giant spiraling ball of wind. Though he is unable to fly utilizing his powers alone, he can float and then maneuver in the air through the assistance of his jetpack.

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