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ty guys!
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Was really drunk making this
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Just made these for a laugh

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Was diggin' around my laptop after a data transfer and found this gold nugget! Anyone still interested?
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Thanks, I appreciate it
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Thought the original pose was kind of boring, so I adjusted her legs into something more interesting.
You might already be planning to do this but if the hair is all pink on the underside you could get rid of the pieces on page 3, slap a big rectangle of pink there instead and have people print it duplex.

Yeah, I was planning on it. Previously, I wanted to make the hair more of a shell, to give it more support and volume. Too much work , though.
bump. I'm looking forward. Thanks

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Thanks so much,but also want The points reference,please
figure out them yourself, this is a complex crease pattern, if you cant find the references then there is a very slim chance that you will be able to fold the model
i'm a uge fan of your work mister satoshi kato montroll-lang !!

Do a little research on you own first. The CP and the grid reference were posted by Kamiya himself in his web site.

God! you are not going to get anywhere if you don't make the less of the efforts.

anyone know where I can download a papercraft of the master sword actual size?
google it


From your wacky neighbor /pol/

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Even some sci-fi Nazi papercraft

browse see what you like







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>tfw Berlin has not been transformed into Germania
>tfw you will never live in the 1000 years Reich

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hey /po/
ive been designing some papercraft for a while...
theyre supposed to be elves for a table top game/chess.
will post my progress.
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Wow op, you have a gift. Keep posting m80
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any follow up on this? would like to attempt a few of these. thanks so much for your hard work BCEman
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thx anon and moose. yes, sorry its taken a while but keep checking back and i will have it up eventually...
in the meantime here is more of my mini elves. made for a potential table top RPG. here, the different poses represent different fighting styles. theyre obviously pretty simple to make. if people want the sheets for these, then i will provide.
helk yeah i would like to use those. i love your art style.
does each piece have a front and back?

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Does anyone know where I can find these Gurren Langann paper-craft dioramas the links I find are always dead.
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2nd one
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3rd one

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Planes I can make from printer/leaf paper that actually glide and fly. I can never successfully make a good plane.
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You can make very capable gliders out of regular a4.

Look up white wings and similar designs. Following the same fashion worka with a4. Something like glue sticks give second rate results, but superglue is preferable.

One can even make tight, thin cone fuselages using super glue that are quite strong.

Wings are of folded and glued spar inside a folded skin.

Go for very low aspect ratios if you want to fly indoors as this lessens gust response.

Try to be precise but minor imperfections are no issue as they can easily be trimmed out.

I should also add that it is very easy to make a fuselage of triangular cross section with a4 paper, and one that can be both glued or taped.

This ends up being very lightweight, simple but also strong. Also very easy to attach v tails to such a fuselage, and have the horizontal side mated to the wing. Pinch the nose in to make it more aerodynamically clean.
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Here is a triangle cross section fuselage airplane I whipped up.

I didn't use any sort of plans, just eyrballed things - so its not as perfect as it could be.

I used note cards, a gluestick and superglue with a bit of tape to hold on a pen cap for weight
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A few I've made this past week based off real designs

Front to back, right to left;

Bv 141
North American Na-335
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>bv 141

Does anyone have the .pdo file of the Alphonse Elric suit and helmet?

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hey /po/,

i'm planning to make something like pic related, but instead of a star in form of a heart. now since i'm a scrub, i would like to ask you guys.

whats the expected difficulty? i only mean the crafting part, not electronics. it doesn't have to be high-end, it just shouldn't look like utter shit

what kind of material should i use? it has to be strong enough to endure around 50 gram (mostly the weight of batteries) inside of it, but it doesn't need to be wood either

would it be reasonable to fold two hearts and combine them somehow to achieve the space inbetween for the electronics or is there a more common approach for things like that?
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really appreciate your effort, thanks! this will take me quite a while for sure
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i am fucking done. posting results.

thank you so much for posting the model and giving me some input, i could have never done it without it
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posting this here because I thought someone might want it. no idea where it came from but it was on my chromebook.
with numbers
no numbers

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Hey guys, I did an origami panel at my local anime con last year, planning on doing another this year. Any of you done panels like that? Just wondering if you have any suggestions.
I ran out of time last year and had to add a quick lotus fold, other than that I think it went well.
Have a turtle diagram in return.
correction, I had too much time and had to add a fold.

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Does anyone happen to have the 1:1 scale G-Stone papercraft template by Krauzer? The original download link is dead, and I haven't any luck in finding other uploads.
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Sorry, but this article actually links to Krauzer's original post with the original download link, which is dead.
Also, any other Brave/Yuusha papercraft? Especially looking for things that haven't been on Papercraftsquare so far.

...is there any Dividing Driver template?
Search for G2paper on Etsy. I was going to link the models themselves, but the system thinks they're spam. They're under his Super Robot category. Gaogaigar, Gaofighgar, Genesic Gaogiagar, and King J-der are available.
They cost money, but they come straight from the source and in the case of Genesic Gaogaigar at least, the templates are complete with all details intact.
Ah, I know these as well (forgot that I first saw them not on Papercraftsquare, but some other site that offered all the GGGs for free). I like them enough to consider spending money on at least one of them (especially since I don't know about any other Genesic or King J-Der paper model), but they're bigger than I have room for (and too detailed to even try to print them in smaller size). Also, lokks like there's no Dividing Driver or Goldion Hammer or anything like that.

hey i was wondering if any of you guys had any shark jaw papercraft.... a friend of mine is a teacher and i owe them a favour....
I have an origami shark jaw, but it's pretty difficult... Do you have to make it yourself?


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do you know about this?
Someone know how can i do this template? Another animal, person, object...?
It's called a sliceform. No clue on where to find files.
wow. i really like you. thanks you very much. now i can sell some of this "sliceform" for my project. :D>>536360
If you simply google "sliceform templates", a veritable plethora of templates can be found. :)
There is a Autodesk program that turns 3D models into sliceforms. I think it's called 123D Make

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