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There was a video trending on Youtube recently of a guy cutting a photo of a dog into strips and removing every other strip. This was done manually with hands and scissors.

I forget the name of it.

Hoping someone can link the video.
look at that cute face.
trying to figure out why this is here?

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What is the best program like pepakura for mac? Is there anything specifically geared towards papercrafts and is really easy to use?
Use wine
needs a bump.

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Vidya meets Cardboard Papercraft. What does /po/ think of this synthesis?
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removing the color is ez in inkscape
Thank you based /po/ster.
more baby labo stuff.
Kind of looks retarded in the commercials.

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So apparently our "fix /po/" thread gets moved by a mod off /po/ where it quickly gets pushed off the board:


Let's try this again. Does anyone dispute the last proposition for a sticky?

We are working on getting images for the proposed sticky.
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I agree with this.
I guess that guy never came back with an OP image. I'll think of something.
/po/ has flourished for so long without a sticky
let's not make one and keep fun fun
well a sticky could probably help the lost /pol/acks to get the fuck out. We'll probably never know anyway.
There's really nothing to fix.

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Prince Vegeta in origami form.
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This is so cool
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No this is
That could be a Tidus face.
cute doll.
everyone needs little dolls to play with.

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>like geometrical origami more than figurative/animal origami
>I don’t like folding huge grids for tessellations or making tens of modules for modular constructions
>I enjoy the process of folding a figurative model, but hate shaping it, since I’m not an artist and it comes out looking bad
This means that the only models I would completely enjoy making are the really simple ones without any shaping, and those are not interesting to me or anyone else at all. Is there anyone with the same feelings?
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I used to be a big fan of modular origami as well. I tried a lot of different designs and this one stood out as the one I liked the most. If someone can find the instructions it it's pretty easy to make and more stable than a lot of other designs once you put it together. You can make a cube with 6, a star with 12, and a larger star with 36 (? I think). However if you try to make shapes any larger than that it becomes unstable.
thanks man
it's a variation of the sonobe model which is pretty easy https://www.amherst.edu/media/view/290032/original/oragami.pdf
Video instructions for the specific Sonobé variation used for these icosahedra:
3 colors is sufficient!
There's all kinds of modular stuff out there to work with.

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Can anyone change the kit on this for England?
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And this one
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>>>/diy/ ,literally go into paint and click the little Fill Bucket. Use the Straight Line tool on the highest thickness on crimson red for the flag.

It didn't come home. I would've done this, if I didn't guess this would be useless now.
yeah your probably right.

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Any tips for getting started in papercraft? Specifically, I want to start making these paper action figures.

I've been in to Gunpla for a while now, but I realized that:
>a.) I'm spending a shit-ton on Gunpla and PlaMo model kits
>b.) I don't even like the actual designs, I just like putting shit together and making customs
>c.) Once you get good at it, it seems much easier to make your own stuff with paper, rather than plastic.

Do you have any advice for making these sort of figures from scratch or just making poseable figures out of paper? I have a bunch of generic characters and mechs that I'd like to make, but I've never done papercraft outside of paper airplanes and basic origami stuff.
I guess it would have been good to mention where I got that image. I've been watching his videos for a few hours now, and his tutorials have been pretty useful so far, I haven't seen a video where he talks about how he designs or measures things. I'm curious how he knows how big the pieces and parts to his figure's frame needs to be, or how he knows how big a specific sleeve on a character's shirt needs to be, for instance.

I think it may just be something he's acquired from hours upon hours of practice. He said that he's been building his own paper action figures with this method since he was ten.

I'm wondering if there are any templates or designs out there for this sort of thing, or if anyone would have any tips for making original characters. As a sort of trial run, I'm going to just make a blank, white doll and see how it goes, marking down how big I made everything as I go. A kind of mannequin thing out of paper.
nice ken doll.
Sick burn
Thanks man.

Anybody know where I can find this boxy football papercraft of Peruvian legend Paolo Guerrerra?
not a clue, sorry.

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I made a template for the in-game robot for the new Nintendo Labo game.
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It's on the NintendoForce site, or at least it was, I haven't checked in a while.

You can find out more about the project here : http://folduptoys.com/portfolio/nintendo-force-labo-robot/
It's no longer up, could you repost it here or your site?
I can't really link directly to it because it's client based work. But I know it's still on the NF site for a fact.
I'm gone from /po/ for a couple months and return for 2 of papercrafts heavy hitters dropping hits. Christmas already?
Both these models are suh-wheetness!!!

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Does anyone have links to the books of ekaterina lukasheva?
There's not much of her stuff floating around.

Hey guys, the World Cup is coming up in a month. I recently found out about some Mexico national team soccer papercraft, but there's no download because they're a few years old, and they only exist on Pinterest. Does anyone happen to have copies of these?
Cool boxy, dude
So you planning to sell that in the subway?
not much call for soccer stuff.

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Friendly reminder that Daiso's great for finding cheap origami paper!
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Daiso paper are fab prints but unless you make modulars and kusudamas then they are unsuitable for subject models because of rips and tears.People that buy them make units with minimum steps and then repeat.
Also Francis Ow
Tomoko Fuse
Jose Meeusen
And they are really marketed for pop up card and invitations..
WOW shillanon gets hit with a TRUTH BOMB
nice paper

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Hey guys just thought i would post this website here, they've got all sorts of space related papercraft pdfs.

Lots of real rockets, and lots of variation. ICBMs too if thats your things.

Happy folding!

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This is a really cool site, thanks for sharing it. I just finished this. Lots of lovely models on that site I'd love to make
Bad ass rocket man
Need more rocket or space ship designs.

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I gave this cute girl a paper boat I worked really hard on and she didn't like it.

Maybe if I fold hard enough, she'll love me.
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Are you sure she didn't mistaken it for a hat?
I see where he was coming from, it kiiinda looks like a tulip.
to be fair i curled the edges differently

but what made me seethe is how he just dismissed it [spoiler]and me[/spoiler] while other people were even trying to buy the rose off of me for their So's

so no OP origami does not get you love, your better off just folding for yourself or people who you already know
looks just like the ss minnow from gilligan's island.
What's she going to do with a paper boat?

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