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The white paper model on the top left of this gif was an origami tessellation I made years ago. I would really like to recreate it but I can't find the instructions and the original model was lost in a fire. Can anyone identify it or help me recreate it?
Here's a video on YouTube:
how cute, it spins.
This looks like the model in your photo.

Does Anyone have this book?

Creative origami By Makoto Yamaguchi

クリエイティブ折り紙 妖怪と干支と可愛い動物たち

Kurieitibu origami yōkai to eto to kawaii dōbutsu-tachi

For those looking for this book

Kunhiko kasahara All Easy origami:


Anyone got the diagram for this?
It's from Creative NOA Magazine 496
My mistake, it's only "Noa Magazine 496".
Some of the instructions were not clear. :(

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Hey guys, I would like to upgrade my origami level through buying a good paper. Now I usually use a normal white printer paper 80 gm^2.

I would like to know which kind of paper do you use and some tips if you want. Thank you!
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tissue foil is trash idk why people recommend it when single/double/triple tissue exists
Thank you everyone, I will try with kraft paper at first
underrated post
I'll have to give this a try.

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Cant seem to find this kit online, anyone know where to buy? Amiami is out of stock and hobbylink just straight up doesnt have it
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has to be somewhere
you found a pic of it. someone has to have it.
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I have pictures of women, yet I have no gf.
Pretty cool. It would be nice if someone could locate the templates.
>someone has to have it
That someone is not you

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I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask but I have been wanting to make tissue foil paper to make more complex origami models. Does Hobby Lobby have rolls of tissue paper I rarely go there or would I be better off getting it online? Also does the kind of foil matter? What kind of adhesive would work best? I was thinking of using spray on adhesive. Any tips and tricks would be appreciated.
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What paper were you using before and did you folded models as complex as the ancient dragon ?
I was using regular kami paper of course I never attempted anything that complex on it due to size restraints. That being said im no stranger to complex models, I was folding this to test my abilities. I was doing alright, a few of the folds were not as precise as I would have liked, but the big mistake I made was getting impatient on that open sink especially with it being as worn as it was. I think im going to start with "simpler" models that Satoshi has and work my way up.
Postee rolls online start at 3.99 plus post..
You got your standard biodegradable pulp usually a tropical type paper ..I'm not certain how long the colours last but the expensive papers tend not to bleed so you can do two colour tissue.The cheaper brands that are called things like assorted gift wrap those run...so would test before wetting cause fingers and clothes covered in ink happens.
The big name brands don't run ie colour fast ..Caspari Simon Elvin County Stationery.Papyrus tissue.Most designer paper that comes with clothes.
bumping just for relevance.
It shouldn't matter what kind of paper you use for complex models as long as you're using large enough paper. The more complex the model, the larger your paper should be, because there is much more folding to do on complex models than the easy ones. Of course foil paper does make a lot of the complex models look great.

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Does anyone have Shin Tanaka pdfs? Specifically T-Boy stuff?

I would hugely appreciate some files, his stuff is impossible to find!
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I'm not Greenleaf, but here's the archive he posted:

You absolute legend, thank you so much.
This is great thank you!
Thanks dude.

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How'd I do /po?
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Doc? I don't understand
Merci docteur.
im here just to say that this is awesome, keep it up
Looks descent.
This is a really good idea. Looks great.

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Dose anyone here know the name of the model or where i can find the instructions.
me too.
Icosahedral Skeleton by Miyuki Kawamura. In the book "Polyhedron Origami for Beginners" by Miyuki Kawamura.
thank you anon
yeah, thanks a lot.

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Anyone have this yet?
Since you asked for No. 143 does that mean you have 139 ~ 142 ? Would you share them please ?
Don't have them, I just wanted this one for the Fennec fox on the cover.
I'd be really interested too if anyone could share this peculiar one.

This little guy appears in some photos in Kunihiko Kasahara’s Creative Origami. The caption implies that he’s from a bird base, which I can see, but it seems off proportion-wise (the peak’s too steep, and how the arms and legs don’t look quite right)

Does anyone know if this human form is documented anywhere, also, any thoughts on how one would make this model would be appreciated.
Do you have a full image of this page?

Maybe I can translate.
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In the same book it indicates
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Looks like a bird base folded in half to me.

Just going off the picture, but I think its like this
That’s it! Where is that photo sequence from?
I took 'em

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Just saw this and thought it was pretty cool. If anyone converts the inmoov 3d files to 2d could someone be a bro and poast a link here? I'm a poorfag and can't afford pepakura :(
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write "inmoov papercraft" next to the picture in the search bar on top
Cheers. It's a shame they never released the papercraft templates for this.

There isn't enough Papercraft Robotics stuff.
>There isn't enough Papercraft Robotics stuff.
I concur.
Do a search for the older designer v.3.0.3B
It'll let you export .obj files as well as save etc...
inmoov does have quite a few flat dxf files, most of the support structure. I convert the STL files to obj files in Metaseq, then unfold them in Pep... Fairly easy & quick.
All the files are hosted on www.thingverse.com, just search for inmoov.

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I just realized Hi-chew wrappers are squares.

What are some good models for really small sized paper that I can fold while eating my weeb candy?
crane :l
a frog with mamba
Kawasaki rose
Anon make this
Very satisfying
Very fun

Anyone got the diagram for this?
It's from Creative Origami by Makoto Yamaguchi
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It looks like this for 8 and then you just halve it.
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I made the snout far too short so I went with the flow and adapted it into this Iggy-looking chihuahua thing instead.

Used one leg peice and no body peice, so I saved on 2 pieces of paper I guess.
Thanks man, im kinda new to origami and i want to make this for my GF but i keep fucking things up, i guell ill keep practicig
It's an okay beginner's fold, use a big piece of paper if you're having problems with the fiddly bits.
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Very inexperienced but found this easy enough. Couple steps were confusing without being able to read Japanese, and it took a while to realise when it told me to repeat steps, but I think it turned out well enough. Happy with how complex it looks considering how easy it actually is

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