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Will papercraftsquare ever come back?
Its been down for weeks
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>>555360
Try https://encrypted.google.com/search?hl=en&q=gavitex%20site%3Apapercraftsquare.com , click on all cached links, and use archive.is on them.
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>>555387
actually some objects work if I refresh it a lot of times
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>>555388
This, I litterly only have to refresh the page and it loads.

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I'm getting into model design but can't find a good way to graph 22.5 degree angles without a protractor. How do you guys do it?
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>>554035
That line doesn't bisect the 45* angle, even though it appears to.
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>>554034
How about this, pretty much folding a 45 in half.
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>>554043
If I'm folding it in order to graph it it defeats the point of graphing it
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try drawing cps in oripa or inkscape then?
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bump

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Any tips on making origami animals, /po/?
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>>>/po/
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>>555599
Depends on a couple of things. First, are you folding a preexisting model or designing a new one? If the latter, what kind of animal is it?

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Good morning /po/ I'm just starting out in the papercrafting world and I've decided to do a basic helmet for my first build. Okay, not so basic, I'd love to do a Cobra Commander, or Cobra trooper helmet, but I can't seem to find any files anywhere. Does anyone have ideas? And yes, I will be posting updates as I work on it.
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>>555555

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Does anyone have this moth diagram by John Montroll? I'm having a hard time finding it..
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gotchu

http://www.enryo.ro/carti/Origami%20birds%20and%20insects.pdf

it's on pg 31
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Thank you! You restored some of my faith in humanity.

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Could you help me find diagram for this?
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>>555492
I messed around with perspective correcting from the video too. FYI the template should have an A4 ratio and these faces should be square.
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>>555555
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>>555529
OWO what's this
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>>555537
[s4s]
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Le check
>>555555

I fixed my chair with some paper-craft!
IT COUNTS!
IT'S TECHNICALLY PAPER!
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>>555524
How is that fixed?
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>>555534
Just enough for a bottle of Riesling.
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>>555535
Hehe
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alla is lick my ball and penis
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>>555540
What does that mean?

I'm a book binding enthusiast, does anyone know of any good paper stores with good prices for A4-A2 paper, particularly in the "Cream" shade?
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>>555111
Sorry i can't help you anon because i'm european. And considering the population of this board i'm not sure you'll get an answer.

However i'm interested, how did you get into book binding ?
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Is there a Arts and Craft's district/street there? I used to think that there was no way of getting paper in Guadalajara (my Fellow iberian rape-baby) but then I found a whole street dedicated to arts and crafts.
A City as big as São Paulo should have a mal or a district where you could find good paper in you do enough digging

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because the last one got toxic

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B3-i1QT9mOBlaGdFT1dwUHRTcVk
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>>554056
the graceful of origami , anyone ?
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>>555463
NOPE
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>>552673

How about it, anyone have this?

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Its a program can turn any 3d model into an origami shape. It was created by erik demaine and some tachi dude
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It's called orgamizer
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>>555335
I want to _____ that bunny!
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>>555402
craft
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This is so cool
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You can use program Blender to create the model and Pepakura to make the template.

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First person to suggest a med-intermediate origami model and provide instructions will decide what I fold.
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>>554005
He obviously doesn't. He comes to /po/

You're welcome
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I think by intermediate you mean any models of between 30 steps up to about 60
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>>554001
Maybe anon just wants a challenge. Something different.
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Fold Eastern Dragon from Genuine Origami
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just do the frog from that book. I love the frog from that book. make it wear a samurai hat.

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Does anyone know where to get 50x50 cm paper? I'm tired of making tissue foil.
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>>555408
It depends on the kind of paper you're looking for.

I buy most of my paper in art stores, it is sufficient for the origami i do. If the artstore is good and big enough it should have a wide variety of paper. You'd want to avoid anything labbelled as origami because it's usually only kid stuff and 15cm kami. The art paper section is where the good stuff's at. I've found lokta, unryu, elephant hide and rice paper in nice big sheets (approx 50x70cm).

The only downside is that you replace the hassle of tissue foil making by the hassle of methylcellulosing your sheets. But i would advise you to try double tissue (with methyl cellulose), it's way better than tissue foil on a lot of levels.

An other option is buying online.

Finaly the last option i see is getting in touch with industrials. Industry use some nifty tissue foil sometimes. For example some chocolats wrapping papers or the paper in cigarettes packets are very nice tissue foil. But it's hard to find the paper manufacturer and they usually don't sell to individuals (except if you want a 500m roll). If you ever do that plz come back here and tell me how it went.

Someone has the diagram of this bear. Is from bernie peyton

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Hi, I am interested in pet vehicles (cars, tanks, boats etcetera). Does anyone have templates? Thank you in advance.
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if you didn't already know, SUCK UK sells these, along with planes, fire trucks, and other vehicles. i doubt paper would work, if an actual pet were to use it.
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I think papier mache maybe be more applicable? For something that complex? I mean the weight the pet is gonna really hurt.
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i suppose you could use the templates + papier mache could reinforce the paper, but i think a cat would destroy it. i'd just plunk down the money for SUCK UK, probably, 2 or 3, because even with it being cardboard, cats are going to tear it apart. the uneven surface of papier mache, would make a cat scratch at it even more.
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>>555302
cardboard could work perhaps if you line it with something to keep the pet from chewing on it

This is it, thank you if someone has it
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>>554608
all i can find is the crease pattern
http://www.langorigami.com/crease-pattern/night-hunter-opus-469
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Espero qnlesnguste
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here
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Thanks a lot friend



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