thanks u sirWhat you want to do is open the file in the Pepakura program, under the 2D menu go to "change scale" and click "scale factor." There you can manually adjust the scale. The numbers are the distance, in millimeters, from the farthest points in terms of width, height, and depth. So with the Daedric torso, the height would be from the tip of the shoulder spike (the highest point) to the lowest point. You can also right-click in the window with the unfolded pieces and choose the "measure the distance between points" option, then click on two points on the 3D model (for example two points on opposite sides of the collar) and figure out how much more (or less) is needed for a good fit. For example, if a comfortable fit for you is 150 mm (15 cm, or roughly 6 inches) from side to side, and the distance between the two points on the model that correspond to that measurement comes out to be 125 mm, you need to add 25 to the model's width (the height and depth will automatically adjust to maintain proportions). Another good measurement to take might be from the neck to the waist. Really it all depends on where exactly this one is too small on you. If it's small all around then any measure will do. If it's tight in certain areas but fine elsewhere, you'll want to take a measurement from that area.