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Hello fellows. we are social outcasts seeking others to join us in gaming and anime aswell and paper craft *wink* https://discord.gg/tNcMX3t
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>>542755
youre name backwards is lero fuck you
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wat a remote tho?
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Link seems to have expired, could you send a new one?

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How do you prevent dust from fusing into the surface of your papercraft over the years?
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Glass cabinets are pretty straight forward, but also not cheap if you don't want IKEA quality.

Personally I've made great experiences with negative ion generators, but they produce a little ozone smell.

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Hi /po/. I've folded paper cranes, hearts, and ninja stars to deah, and most other tutorials out there are too advanced for me. Any have a recommended origami fold (fairly easy) for a beginner looking for variety? It can be anything, as long as it's simple!
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>>542581
lol
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8-sided transforming shuriken
Boomerang
Ball/balloon
Spikey ball
Rose cube

Really if you want to do this and more check out Rob's World on YouTube. His older videos were mostly origami, not sure what he does anymore. I've been out of origami for a while.
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>>542452
I love the koi dollar bill
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>>542731
but it's certainly not for a beginner, even more if you intend to fold it from an actual dollar bill.
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>>542593
>>542583

Another total beginner here
I confirm.

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Anyone got links to any sweet paper model airplanes? Some jet bombers would be sweet...
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I guess my folder is a little smaller than I thought.
But let me pass this info I got from a previous thread about planes on /po/ on to you.

>http://ojimak.web.fc2.com/hanger.html
>Keep in mind he recently changed the site, so not all links will work. You should be able to find a few good ones still though. The templates are the names, the instructions are the pictures, and the password for all of them is ojimak.
>Well if you want to get at the old site, there's always the archive.
>https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.geocities.jp/ojimak_01/interest.htm

Cool models, most of them are able to fly like the paper planes you'd build at school, which is cool.
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>http://raktapaksha.lolipop.jp/index.html
>password: trotskiy

Very nice models, but from what I could gather he only has a couple of them available at any given time. Right now he has 3 WWII japanese planes, you can find them at the bottom of the homepage.
He also has an archive with a butload of planes, but I can't figure out how to download any of them. Maybe someone who speaks japanese can provide some insight?
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>>541325
>>542516
Didn't see it had already been posted in the thread, sorry.
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>>534699

Same guy here. Here is my 1:144 Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental that I designed myself.
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>>542512
>password ?

Airliner thread. Does /po/ like my 1:144 Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental? I designed it myself and am going to rebuild it at 1:72 soon.
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>>542775
This is fuckin awesome op
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>>542783

Thanks! Here, have another picture!
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>>542783

Another view of the fuselage. Next up are the horizontal stabilizers, vertical stabilizer, wing fairing, and the wings/engines.
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OP here. I'll post more pictures when I wake up. Its 4:45 AM.
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/pol/ miss-clicker here, its really amazing, gj OP.

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Just created my first origami piece. It might not be very good, but I'm still proud of myself.
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>>542559
OP here.
>finish crane
>excited. This is the first time I've created a successful (per se) crane
>post on /po/
>realize it's shit
>fuck.jpg
I've practiced and created more though! Here is one that is not so shit!
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>>542570
Much better.
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>>542570
Much better.

Do the balloon/water ball next, it's one of my favorites.
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>>542570
I'm proud of you.
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>>542791
Wrong gif ...but still

I'm considering beginning a kokeshi collection. Not certain if this is the right board for advice, but /jp/ wasn't any help. Any words of wisdom for a new collector? Or any helpful tips on material/details/artists to lookout for? Differences between collecting traditional (dentō-kokeshi) vs creative (shingata-kokeshi)?
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>>538765
Move into Japan.
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>>538695
is it a fucking vibrator?
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>>538695
>>540123
540123 get
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>>540123
noice
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>>540123
check

Starting a new build of the Metal Gear Solid REX mech. I built one around 8 years ago, not sure what happened to it.

I kind of wanted to print out some non-coloured, lines only version of the image related stencils so I could later just paint the whole thing to make it look better. Just ended up printing as is on matte cardstock. Glossy (what I used for rex v1.0) produced a good result too.

Anything relating to MGS, mechs, robots etc. ITT.

This guy on Deviantart made this and it makes me cringe on more than one level.
I just want to know, if I am not the only one that feels that way.
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>>542711
it's my first time on this board, it might not be elite folding prowess but, as an mtg player I think it's neat.
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>>540588
It's still retarded. It doesn't mean you couldn't mark them down as unsold and give them away regardless, who the fuck would know? If people aren't going to buy it from the store and it's going to end up as literal garbage I don't think the ((((publishers)))) need to worry about missing out on too many shekels from "thieves" selling them.
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>>539829
Seriously shouldn't talk shit about this.
He had an idea, and saw it through.
Show me your first paper craft....
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>>542697
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>>540431
Jesus Christ. I don't think I'd have the fortitude to keep that up

anyone got some oragami fingerbox stories?
i just finished my one, have you guy's got a collection too?
excuse the /b/ tag, someone on b asked me to timestamp a picture of it
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What exactly is a fingerbox?
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What kind of fingerbox did you guys have when you were kids? My brother and I got a hand-made fingerbox to share by our parents when we were 5 or 6. One of my best childhood memories. I've never made one myself though.
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>>542716
Fucking newfag, get the fuck out
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>>542716
Nice try, troll.
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>>542658

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Hey /po/.
I posted a thread in /diy/ about calculating the cut angle for the picture.

I'm making a range hood for my forge and someone suggested I ask here.

If anyone here knows the name of this process or can provide some links to some information on how to calculate this I would appreciate it greatly.

I'm a first year sheet metal apprentice and I have asked my lecturers and the other guys at work about this and they either didn't know or didn't care enough to teach me.

The general idea is the hood would have 4 sides and a top with an open bottom. The base perimeter would be 600mm x 800mm and the top plate would be 400mm x 600mm. I'm guessing the length of the sides would depend on the size of the top and bottom square but as I said.. I'm just an apprentice and haven't been taught much about angles and such yet.

Any help or links is greatly appreciated.

Side note, I'd like to learn how to calculate this manually so any online calculators are appreciated but I'd like to be able to do this myself.
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>>542736
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>>542743
The calculation:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sine
As sine of an angle is the ratio of the length of the opposite side to the length of the hypotenuse. In this case sine(α) is square root of 2 devided by square root of 3 = 0,816496
so α=54,735°

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Tiny origami thread. I just cracked this one out. Share some pics
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It's been a while since I did origami. Saw an ad for this new board on /k/ so I figured I'd check it out.

Got any suggestions for intermediate origami project? I can do a few like the boomerang, 8-sided transforming shuriken, and at one point I could do the rose cube but I don't remember anymore
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>>542690
More specifically tiny origami suggestions. I used to only do the big ones
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>>542691
Well I mean the size of the pr9duct is all about the size of the paper. Of you're confident about whatever model then you can make it at whatever size. Try the book "Genuine Origami" by Jun Maekawa, it's got a wide range of models and it's a great place to start.
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Butterfly next to the paper I made it from for size reference.

Only my 3rd model as I just barely learned how to make it, but I think it turned out well for how tiny it is.

Had it been any smaller, I may not have been able to fold the head section at all, I struggled with this one already
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>>542720
Okay I'm getting sick of playing around with orientation on my phone. It keeps uploading the pictures sideways

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does anyone have Paper Pendulum Clock kit or pattern? I have a kind of kit book but it quality is bad. pls share if you have better. I really want to make this one. thank you!
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Sorry but i do not understand this part , anybody can explain me?
For what is E6?
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Anybody knows about for what it is this piece?
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>>542312
I have the gear cube.
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>>542312
And the instructions.
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>>542629
Thank you so much, i can made this pieces of the clock, and i promise make the cube, this is my compromised

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With the old thread gone it seems appropriate to begin anew. Feel free to post your collections, your works in progress, or your star hordes!

This was my anniversary present to my girlfriend. It was my first time ever doing stars, and they didn't come out as clean as I would've liked. I used three packs of star paper I picked up from a hobby store. I also cut up some receipts and tickets from dates we'd been on and folded those. It took around fifteen hours total. I threw in some larger construction ones to fill up the box which I regret. they were too large, poorly done, and clashed with the rest. I had an old necklace box which I repurposed and tied with a red ribbon.
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>>542698
2/4 here more stars I'm making because reasons
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>>542699
3/4 here a jar I'm planning to fill with the Stars, ideas for the filling, patterns, something
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>>542700
4/4 and last a bottle of Japanese cherry sake to fill with the Stars. Hope my gf like it, thoughts?
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>>542701
looks neat
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I was half-expecting ninja stars till I saw the pic

Why fold so many regular stars?

I would like to make Valkyria Chronicles paper craft but I am no good at the extracting and posing the models with texture part.

Would any saint here be able to help me get the model files from the PC version?
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>>541727
Luckily for you, this exists
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>>541766
Yes definitely, the Shamrock tank and character figures are available too. I would like the models for the papercraft though, specially the weapons
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Okay so I have managed to extract all the model meshes and texture. They open up nicely in blender. Now the issue is what to do with this model. Blender is complicated
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bump
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>>541766
Good double.


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