A Moby-eating monster that doesn't easily keel over from any fight. Giant seamonsters are usually fictional history, though some are real. This not-quite-a-squid creature has complex textured body, large impressive eyes, jagged pair of jaws, and a decapod spread of cephalopod limbs.
This DIY cardmodel has fully illustrated color instructions and the parts sheet to build krakens with 3(three) different paint-ups. It finishes with 18cm(7inches) long body, 28cm(11 inches) long with tentacles, 6cm(2½inches) wide, 33cm(13inches) wide with tentacles. Each tentacle is a different shape.
Snack ship! Your kraken is getting hungry? Here is a 10cm(4inches) long plump little schooner loaded with fiber, perfect to sacrifice to a oncoming kraken.
Print on cardstock and get tools out, this is constructive entertainment. This cardmodel is reasonably simple to build, even if you have ten tentacles.
The ZIP file containing the ready-to-print PDF files is awaiting your purchase.
I rank this cardmodel Level-2: simple enough for most builders, mildly complex parts, easy to build.