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Does anyone have the pdfs and wanna share it
SOme one nibba
honestly i dont really like visualspicer's models because they're all 'flat' if you know what i mean. His star wars stuff is fine because they are smaller but his cars are like 2 feet and have little details in the parts which really is a shame because gundam models have way more detail put in to them, and even he's created a 6 foot gundam! if you really want to miss out on detail i suggest this model, though it might not be of your interest due to its size
Either way thanks i can split up the images and enlarge them so the size could be better thanks

I have made a c.p but don't quite know what the collapse looks like..there are no tutorials online...please advise
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>But can't you just give me a photo tutorial instead
Or maybe, someone can fold it for you too?
"Giva a man a fish..."
If that person would show me I've got a stash of Origami books I can share in return..
I got some immense studies at school this year and less time for paperfolding..
Start with fish base ..okay right
I'm stuck.

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So i made a papercraft tutorial. Can I get some feedback? Thanks

Hey guys, I'm going to be making a new video series where I spend 15-30 mins designing quick and simple paper toys.

Leave a reply with a character or idea and I'll work it into the series. Cheers.

(example : Do Mario as a dog)
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H-have you done a delorean from BTTF?
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Now that's a GREAT suggestion (I've wanted to do one for a while).

Also here's an out of context shot from the upcoming video, should be out tomorrow, it was a weird episode.
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The next episode's here and it's a Halloween special. I worked really hard on this one, so I hope you all enjoy it.

OP delivers again [spoiler]and you were wrong, I was *not* disappointed with such adorable Link[/spoiler]

Welp, it's time to think of a christmas related suggestions
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Here's a video showing off this month's Patreon exclusive paper craft. It shows all the advanced paper engineering techniques used in the project.


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Is anyone else super hyped that /po/ will host the 2017 Spring Babby 4chan Cup? Who knows, with 1000 cranes maybe we could win again...
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don't mind the 4 IPs, I'm totally another poster, can't wait to see us in Spring!
holy fucking shit dude
i'm /po/
Who are you people?
We are the music makers... and we are the dreamers of dreams.

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I have seen you guys make some plants. How can I make this?

Let's fold together. I am folding models from this book for fun. Probably in order. Come join in, ask for help if needed, and help out if you can!
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How do you get it right? I'm using a cut printer paper, how far should I be from the middle with the triangle tip
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>How do you get it right?
It's trial-and-error...
Look at attached picture and try to get the crease line from step 3 (which is like "Put A on B") to get through the left corner of the orange triangle.
When you're done, you can keep on folding the model.
page 10 is how to do a petal fold and I am well past that step and it isn't even required for this fold?
Page 7 of the book, page 10 of the PDF
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Here's a pic of how its supposed to turn out from a better angle

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Long hiatus from folding designing and posting /po/, need some ideas to get the juices flowing.

Pic related, doodle I just made.
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Not yet bud. I'm making them now.
Here's the Photodiagrams for the frog
Great, thanks
No problem. Anyone have anymore suggestions for stuff I could fold?

Also, anyone who could help with legit diagramming? Kinda want to compile all my models, maybe release a digital volume on OUSA for free.
What kind of diagram do you want ?

I've always been interested in playing those tabletop games with figures like Warhammer and all that, but I never could afford to. It only came to me that I could make papercraft models to play them.

Could you guys recommend me tabletop games that were made specifically for papercraft models? Or some links to games that have been adapted into papercraft.
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>that mspaint menu
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There are four more supplements coming out over the next little while. Granted, they are stick figures.
fa/tg/uy here. If you want to bad enough OP you'd be fine making paper models and playing with them. The only exception would be actual Games Workshop stores who are pretty autistic when it comes to any non gw products in their stores, but I'm sure you could find a flgs around you where you could get games in
Holy shit I didn't even realise that the last reply to this thread was almost two weeks ago.
THE OP WAS ALMOST A YEAR AGO HOLY SHIT, I had know idea how long threads lived on /po/ it's my first time here.

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Hey, I'm new to papercraft in general and wanted to get into it because I've seen some of the things people have posted on here. I've downloaded Pepakura Designer 4 and I was hoping someone knew of any models I could work on that would be easy enough for me but still look really cool.
I noticed someone made a skull mask... thing and wanted to work my way up to making one of them one day, as well as some of the dragon skulls and things I've seen.
If you have any links to nice models can you please leave them in a comments? I'm not at all interested in making the little box people that seem to be everywhere either. It would be greatly appreciated.
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start with something smaller or with less pieces, there's a lot of beginner level ones you can do, that mask seems a bit hard to start of with multiple pieces and lots of tiny flaps, you need to get used to how to glue them together, how to score the folds and know which pieces to start off with. The dagger seems like a viable one to start off with getting used to folding and gluing, on most papercraft model sites they'll list which are for beginners and intermediate and so on look for something with at most 2 pages of pieces and nothing too overly packed with pieces

Take it slow dude first ones are always guna have something off with them, either from inexperience or learning mistakes, also dont forget to have adequate weight paper and good glue, and the tabs dont have to be cut perfectly because they'll be glued inside and not seen
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Alright, thanks. Hopefully the dagger will work. I've got another dagger but I'm not sure if it's harder or easier.
{... I was going to post a picture of it, but I can't get pepakura working under wine without the texture on the unfolding window being black, and the old pictures don't show it fully.}

I wish there was more effort to be comprehensive. Like break down the aspects of what makes things easy or hard so that I can tell what difficulty is for which objects *I* have an interest in doing, rather than trusting someone else's judgment and rating system on a selection they pick, with neither the rating system or selection being necessarily a good fit for me.

I read up on a lot of this years ago, so I know vaguely about paper weight. I actually unfolded all this stuff myself in Pepakura. which in some ways further complicates whether one of these starter projects will be suitable for me, since picking where to separate a model I'm sure can make it harder or easier, and I don't have the experience to really know in all circumstances.
it's got this loop on the bottom. I dunno if that makes it harder or easier than the other dagger.
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I'm taking on his biggest project at the moment.
This guy.
I recently finished the arms and I'm starting on the ventral ribs.
The skull was a pain in the ass, but I figured if I could get past that there was no reason not to build the rest of the body.
Normal 20lb printer paper is fine for most projects.
Anything under 30cm shy of a sphere and you'll be alright.
I've actually built a 75cm Curse of Dragon model with just normal paper. So it really depends.
Anything with an open volume larger than about a 7in sphere in any one part and you'll want heavier paper. For the Velociraptor and my life-sized mannequin I used 110lb card stock.

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Hi po/,
Does anyone have a sheet/scan to make in paper this beautiful model?!


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Here you can make your own Boxxy figure here is the link /po/. http://www.hirnfick.to/boxxybabee/162/boxxy_papercraft.html
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What an SJW
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thanks for the free point

Where was this??.
are you retarded, shoeonhead was a boxxy impersonator. That's how she got famous, she's not the actual boxxy.

Dear people of /po
I´m in dire need of papercraft masks and heads, I have to dress about 50 persons as animals, farm animals, but anything that resembles an animal is welcomed. I´ve searched the webs and cant find anything for free (I dont have a credit card)
any template you have will be very much apreciated.
Your googling skills are not good then. What you're looking for is "low poly mask".

Some masks of winter-deletethispart-croft can also be found on TPB, don't bother to ask them here.

50 masks is a lot, good luck with that, don't forget to post the pictures of the masks here if you ever build them.
you are a fine gentleman and a scholar.

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I am going on holiday to Japan in a few weeks, and was wondering if anyone has any advice on origami related places/museums/shops that I should make the effort to visit
Thanks. I had googled it and seen that link. Was hoping if there was anyone who had local knowledge of things that were of the radar
I have no idea.
Origami kaikan from the given link is interesting indeed. Lots of models exhibited, various workshops (different each day / half-day), they make paper on the top floor, many kind of papers in the shop, ...

Also, go to Origami house if you want to see complex models and buy Tanteidan books (and maybe meet Kamiya behind the desk).
〒113-0001 Tokyo, Bunkyo, Hakusan, 1−33−8, 朝日白山マンション (Asahi Hakusan mansion, 2F)

Another interesting place is the NOA headquarter. Many model exhibited too (lots of modulars, scenes, multi-pieces and 1-sheet models). There are workshops too, but I don't know the schedule.
〒130-0004 Tōkyō-to, Sumida-ku, Honjo, 1−31−5, 日本折紙協会 (Nihon origami kyokai)

That's it from the top of my head, but maybe it can help you a bit.

japanese kanji = paper
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That’s cool.
>Kanji = chinese letter, no such thing as a japanese kanji.
Even besides
the nips use kanji differently to the chinks. They may share the characters but they dont all have the exact same meaning.
Shut up guys this is too much work putting all this shit into google translate

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