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does any one has reference point for the cp of zero fighter by kamiya satoshi?
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That nigga mariano shitvalo blocked me on Flickr for saying does he have permission from the authors. He is literally stealing the hard work of hundreds of artists and making money out of it
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By sharing PDF’s from books and diagrams, aren’t we all also stealing the hard work of hundreds of artists?
So share the link where you can buy a diagram or a book on this model.
Why would you think the author of these videos is a thief? If the CP is publicly available, then the author of the model will publish the CP and I can read it, and I am willing to share my knowledge, so am I a thief?
The filming of these tutorials certainly cost a lot of time, patience and effort. So be grateful to him.

Just wanted to share
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but what if you pull the wings away from each other...?
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how do you do this?

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Reminder: Post-It Notes (or generic sticky notes) are convenient cheap squares for modular origami. You can get literally 1200 generic three-inch sticky notes from Staples for $14. That's less than 1.2 cents per piece of paper. If you want multicolored squares, it's $15.30.
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Walmart sells memo squares that don't have glue
Just put some flour or talcum powder over the sticky strip.
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More of OP's work
The one on the left looks sloppy, and the one in the right looks like it has unsharpened creases.
>The one on the left looks sloppy,
The angles are too tight for this module.
>and the one in the right looks like it has unsharpened creases.
Maybe it's just the camera that's unsharpened.

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its that time of year again,

since october and by association halloween is right around the corner let's post halloween themed papercraft, origami and costume ideas/tips so we can help our fellow /po/lite friends

please no arguing this board is too slow for that shit

ill start with this wolf head i found in my folder and a question on whether i should do something like this or a helmet from skyrim
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Anyone got any like fish like these?
Test what? Who here wants to make this their comfy Oragami thread?
id rather not
i kinda wanna see if it can make it to 2018
it's the perfect time to start preparing for next halloween

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Hello /po/ I just made (and by made I mean doodled into existence) this oc turtle and while I am overall happy with the general shape I feel like it could be improved. Anyone have any general origami designing advice?

Also oc thread.
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The head shouldn't be connected to the arms, it limits the range of motion for both, making it look stiff.
The bottom appears to be folded in on itself to offset incorrect proportions. It's simply a waste of good paper.

If you're happy with the model however, my best suggestion is to refine the folding process. Fold it a few more times, and you'll see what you can cut out and what you can do more efficiently. Another thing you could do is perhaps try and hide as much of the clutter as possible inside the model.
Is Nepafarius back
Just passing through.
I see, thank you for the suggestion. Again I just doodled this within about forty-five minutes its far from perfect and really bulky so I will take your suggestion to heart.
OP here, upon experimentation I came to the conclusion that my original way of folding the turtle is not working out. So I am going have to start from square one. This is my first attempt at making an OC, I will provide an update when I make some progress. Wish me luck!

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So I have a ton of print credits left at my university, and it resets every semester.

What cool things can I print? I thought about Cards against Humanity but it's just plain printer paper, not cardstock.
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Forgot to mention you will need to heavily glue this onto cardstock because of the fine cuts. You can also print out black and white papercraft. Google for some examples.
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For boards, I don't know much about tabletop gaming maps, but Google would probably help there too. I also made pic related as a Go variant. Play on the intersections of the bold lines or the plain lines or both. Or you could play on the spaces.
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And this was taken from http://www.youdzone.com/go.html which has a PDF where you can piece together sections.
Is it possible to buy your own cardstock and just use the credits solely for the ink used? I know a place that has an amazing laser printer and I just ask to put my own paper in the printer.

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Oh wait.

This fucking thread is from five months ago.

That means this board is circling the drain, reaching out to me, Anonymous, to save it.

I spit in your face, board that doesn't even advertise what all rad shit it has. I thought all this shit was weebs taping their eyes to their temples and playing pretend. 4chan, you disappoint me perpetually. Goodnight newfags.
You're a fucking faggot dude ahahahaha.
eat poo & die, """ amigo """
i need some more sick stencil designs. there used to be this really cool pitbul one on here a while back. i cant find it again. it was a realistic one of it looking up kinda

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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We knew about it. Yeah. On days where we didn't need to do anything he'd bring in some of his origami books and origami paper and teach us how to fold. I remember making a crane following his book that flapped when you pulled the tail. He's a good guy.
That is exactly how he does his classes at the origami conventions
>"Oh... The incredible moving desk"
Probably the best way to handle the situation IMO.

Thanks for the storry anon.
need a bit of urgent help with the starfish. I don't quite understand step 3
Check >>557304

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Can we do something ?
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Yeah, we'd be nazi germany easily. Its like the faggot never 'eard of the new kid in town, eh??
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bumping for interest
>happy jew
>no le happy merchant

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It's coming to that time of the year, Christmas/Halloween.

Are you into greetings card making?

Who do you give cards to?

Do you have a card making kit, if so what's in it?

It's a personal policy of mine to give cards when I really mean it. I _always_ hand make them, and generally end up writing a mini-essay in them about all the nice memories I've had with the person, how much I like them, etc.
Every Christmas I exchange cards with a couple of fellow Peanuts (Charlie Brown and Snoopy) fans I've met online, I usually have a hand at involving my message with drawing cute illustrations of the characters and stuff.

My kit:
>Blank cards and envelopes (square size)
>A bundle of tissue paper (gives nice texture when pasted onto card)
>Coloured and a pack of decorative paper (for pasting onto the card, of course)

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Concrit welcome! I'm staying simple with my design.
I think it's adorable and it inspires me to make something like it.
Daww, that's great work. Looks like you made clever use of the pen knife right off the bat. Punching out a shape in the middle of paper often isn't easy or practical with scissors alone (which is what I use) so wouldn't have immediately occurred to me to do what you've done here. Again, great work.
Are those ribbons of glitter cut out from glitter paper, or are they tape?
Thank you! I'd love to see what you make.

And thanks to you too! The stripes are some glittery washi tape.
Washi tape, that's what it's called! To think I have six rolls of the stuff I don't even know what it's called.

i think we should start a new thread about origami book, diagram, cp, etc..
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Why did you even come to this thread? Anyway, since I like to respond to rudeness with kindness, here's Works of Satoshi Kamiya 2:
If this was you (>>558843), then you're the one who started running their mouth first. I just said that everyone can hold their breath while they wait.
Where was the rudeness in that? I already know that it's gonna be a while before anyone posts any of those books.
Next time people need to think before running their damn mouths for no reason, and then think when someone retaliates they're the ones being rude.
It was you perhaps who was being rude. But anyway, thanks for the contribution.
No, it wasn't me
OK, then I wasn't talking to you with either statement, so this (>>558851) was none of you business then. I was merely putting a smart ass in his place

Any books for something like this?

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i think that's everything
oh wait one more
what kind of paper would be ideal for printing these on?
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i hope you mean the style, and not the theme
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Yeah, this

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Do you remember it (pic related). After a long time I finished this model. Thanks to the guy who post the 3D model.I didn't have time to test it and I wouldn't have it in a while, so I decided to post it so. Hope you enjoy it guys!

It've been a few years. Thank you for your good deed.

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