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Just found a twitter user who made a horrifying paper doll of Asuka that you just know he fucks

Warning! NSFW content
https://twitter.com/sansogyorai00/media

If anyone could translate his crazy moonrune ramblings that would be great
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>>564939
>SAVE MEEE
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>>564907
>If Bandai sells sex figures with Asuka and other beautiful girl characters, you can do a ridiculous market!
he isnt wrong
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>>564892
Holy shit, the details.
I just wonder, how durable this thing is? I mean the guy obviously fucks it so it must be pretty durable. Is this just half paper half glue? I suppose if you had enough glue and put it behind every layer of paper you could make it somewhat durable.
I'm just as amazed as I am disgusted.
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>>564966
Personally I'm taking all inspiration from this and applying it to foamcraft. The cosplay/larp world has expanded the capabilities of the matierial plus tutorials gallore. I like his use of internal springs and mechanisms. Making notes.
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intrigued on the mechanisms used on articulations... any example on those?

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I want you guys to print out part of this thread and turn it into origami.

You might be wondering why you would make this boring thread into origami.
Well that's because this isn't just some random thread.
This is going to be the oldest thread on all of 4chan!

Have fun.
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First for lazy bones like me. I used this.
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>>563748
save a tree...wait....
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>>563744
Wtf ? Yesterday i posted the navy seal copypasta in this thread so someone would print it and fold it. I was banned for 24h for global rule 3 infringment and my post was deleted.

I just wanted to use some text that was iconic of 4chan's culture, fuck the stupid janitor/mod who did that.
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I would happily do that but I don’t have a printer
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>>563894
Reported

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I'm interesting in seeing /po/'s best work.
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>>564753
Nope, they’re all trolling ya. It’s very obviously crunched up paper
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>>564560
I have The link of video The video of how to fold it
https://youtu.be/N6lAph4gqwg
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>>564566
The CP for that one is pretty complete, he even added some shaping instructions iirc
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>>564753
Are You from Germany?

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I need some cool origami weapons for the impending race war, what are some of your favorites? no ninja stars please
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>>564445
po/pol/ when?
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>>564625
It’s too late
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>>564445
Fuck off back to your containment board
>>>/pol/
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Not really a weapon but still usefull in a racewar
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>>564625
/pol/ was best board until recently to be honest

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Hi /po/, you probably get this a lot, but what should I look at if interested in trying basic origami (or papercraft)? I used to have some origami and paper airplane books when I was a kid and was pretty good at it, could pull off intermediate stuff. Anything pretty impressive/gratifying to try that isn't too difficult? Thanks
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You should check out origami YouTube channels. The best known ones are Jo Nakashima, HappyFolding, Jeremy Shafer and Tadashi Mori. Out of all these, HappyFolding makes the most models appropriate for your skill level — check the ‘simple’ playlist.

I want to do some papercraft stuff but all I have is printing paper and notebook and some pencils. Are there any cool things I can make? I'm thinking something touhou
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You can do some origami. I made this today
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>>560613
https://img00.deviantart.net/ca8c/i/2017/293/e/5/angel_of_zero_casualty_by_littlesongtress-dbr4w9u.jpg

Printing papers can hold themself in case of B&W.

From what OP suggested, there are paper child and dressing doll. A cool origami is too op for printing paper to handle.
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>>561068
Is that a Chromebook? Looks good
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A number of the models here with smaller pieces will hold up well on normal paper but I'm not sure what kind of paper you have there in your pic.
http://cp.c-ij.com/en/index.html
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>>557108
>>560603
bump

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I was thinking about starting a build thread. I have a bunch of models and can't decide which one to start. Any preferences?
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How about the WW1 tank? Looks pretty awesome.
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Decided to go with Жopжъ Бopмaнъ.
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>>564538
Where did you get all of these?
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>>564826
Bought most of them in a models shop. Others - as a presents from friends. I'm in this hobby for several yers now, so I had time to acquire quite a collection.
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>>564538
that F1 car looks pretty neat, either that or the maserati

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Starting the Battlecraft thread again.
are you Dudes Still around?
Especialy Pik-Acht and GG
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>>564861
liked it easy to build for me. had trouble with print, windows tried to make photo of it would not fit 8.5 by 11 paper. had to put it on window paint. aft lower 1mm short and aft deck also 1mm short. what did you draw it in.
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>>564927
I drew it in MS Paint. The first test build I did the aft deck was too long by 1mm, now you say it is too short? I guess I'll have to fix that. I'll get on it today.
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>>564927
Also, I print my images through the system dialogue, and select "fit to page" or however it is worded. That should solve the print dimension problem. I use an image template the same dimensions as Jim's other models so everything is the same scale.
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>>564929
thanks, i don't have a lot of room to game on so i scale down to 25 mm after 1st test build, thanks.
If you have a flat bed scanner scan some thing of Jim's at 150 to 300 dpi and redraw in new scale you can get more detail. I have lots but can't post because site will not take more then 8mb , sucks! also for others if done in MS paint do not let MS photo open it. It will reset pixel size and mess up model.
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Here is the fixed page 2. I built it just today, and found that so long as the parts are lined up to keep the top flat, the deck fits juuuuuust right. As annoying as it is, the back (transom and angled sides) was off by only 2 pixels per side. It's fixed now.

So I figure this thing has a special where it is not only amphibious, but can fire the cannons broadside at the same target for a bonus amount of damage. The front guns have a 180 degree arc, and the rear has the same. Also, if it moved that turn it fires broadside, you take a negative to hit.

I'll post the rules I came up for my models as soon as I figure out how to make a datacard for them.

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I said if I came up with anything new I'd share it with you all.

I'm still focusing on drawing, but at the moment I am waiting on books, and these are related to what I want to draw in the future anyway.

I've been focusing on minimalism, and have been trying to come up with a couple.

I decided not to post on the old thread. I don't really like having to slog through petty arguments and people being rude to one another just to find the one or two people who are actually saying anything civil and productive.

I don't know if I'll share diagrams for any of the models I make next Any fun I had sharing has been spoiled by greedy spoild people. I always ask for people to post their finished products, but so far have only ever seen one. Doesn't feel like I'm getting anything back especially for a community that seems so eagar to have every diagram possible.

Anyway, this will probably serve as an update thread for people who don't follow my Flickr.

Here's a minimalist gray fox
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>>564788
Cool, thanks. Maybe you could make actual diagrams of some of your other models as well?

crab
dolphin
firefly
frog
leafy sea dragon
manta ray
octopus
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>>564791
Was actually thinking about that. Bundle them into a book.
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>>564794
That would be pretty awesome.
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Owl
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>>564934
Pretty cool model. Are you going to diagram it?

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Feel free to post your collections, your works in progress, or your star hordes! You can find lots of inspiration in the old thread (http://boards.4chan.org/po/thread/515222) Remember /PO/ is a slow board so please don't bump the thread. I created the last thread over two years ago. Here's to two more.
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>>561042
having slightly longer nails helps
>>561121
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nly4s1NTbWU
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>>562244
Put in some effort.
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I'll have to take pictures of all the bottles I've filled with these. I still need to get an empty Patron bottle.
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>>564784
Oh, these looks cool! I'll probably copy it...
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>>564795
Go for it! My favorite thing is to fill bottles and jars with stars the color of what they originally had. Salsa jars are fun gifts.

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I'm new to /po/, although I visit on a blue moon. I wanted to talk about these stickers I recently discovered. Bikkuriman stickers, and similar ones to it. Is this the place to talk about stuff like this? Not sure where else to go. Anyone collect these? How about stamps?
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>>564443
I'd love to talk about sticker collecting! Or stamp collecting!

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Do you ever give away your paper creations? Do people appreciate them? Tell some stories ITT
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>>564774
>Do you ever give away your paper creations?

no

> Do people appreciate them?

Fuck other people
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>>564781
My tears have been jerked, bro
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>>564774
Most of my motivation to make papercrafts is to give them away as presents. The pic shows a couple examples.

I made the dog for a birthday present for my girlfriend. It ended up taking way more time than I expected, but it turned out great. She was really happy with it and has it displayed in her cubicle.

I made the kusudama for my grandmother last Christmas, with a little note saying who it's from. Her memory is going but I hope it reminds her of me.
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>>564774
>give girlfriend origami for christmas
>'haha, everyone I've dated has given me origami for christmas'
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>>564774
I got a bunch of free drinks at a bar for making origami dragons for a bunch of cougars.

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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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>>538698
>774 days and 4 hours ago
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>>564768
>

Holy shit.
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>>564768
This boxy papercraft thread will probably outlive you, how does that make you feel anon ?
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>>564858

Damn thats sad but true.
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I just saw this and got confused like "why would pol have this on the page.... and then realised I'm on the wrong place lmao

I've looked everywhere and can't find anything the artist is called Ingrid Siliakus she does some cool stuff but wondering if she had any templates or does she keep this stuff secret?
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>>561122
Also thought I may as well include the template I drew in CAD.
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>>561122
Final, in cardstock.
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>>547093
Is a simple design possible to do with just a scissors? I don’t have any lasers
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>>564830
an exacto knife does a pretty good job
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>>547103
>>547093
Anyone know what kinda laser cutter she uses?

I would love a way to print out multiples of these to give out instead of cutting them all by hand.

Even just simple ones, it would save me an effort.

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which books are similar to this one? i used to own a copy when i was a kid and didn't understand most of it but it looked impressive. maybe now i can do the more advanced stuff
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Maekawa's "Genuine Origami" is very very good for new folders.
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>>564659
See >>564550 for good newbie books.
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>>564715
Should I read this before the Origami Omnibus?
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>>564800
I don't think order matters.
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>>564659
Saw it at a shop a while ago, seemed okay for noobs



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