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I've recently started making pic related with tape instead of glue, how horribly will it turn out?
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Doubt you'll see this, but you shoulda use glue.
I made metal Gear Rex out of paper a week ago so it could turn out good if you put effort into it.
The cellotape makes it hard o layer though.
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>>559791
do yourself a favor and get some glue
I fucking swear by this shit. Sticks quickly, but not too quickly.
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>>559791
Pls dont

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Hello! I have been lurking here for a while and thought that Origami was really cool and that I want to do it myself. However I do not know where to begin; any help would be greatly appreciated!
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When I was a kid I got some books. Pic related used to be my personal favorite. It has models from beginners to more advanced (the book uses all basic folding techniques at some point) and it provides you with designed paper. It has easy to follow instructions for the most part and is how I got good at origami.

Although at the time I didn't have internet so the internet is probally a better option and has a better variety. I personally think getting some books is the way to go.
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>>558472
cute hands

cute webm
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This X-faced cube is the ultimate beginner project. If you need a book, get the color photo book by the late Rick Beech. His book is aesthetically pleasing vs. intimidating blueprint-like directions
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>>558589
I had that book too!!
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>>558472
Nice.

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Hi. I'm looking for the Savoia S21 designed by Ojimak.

There is a photo in his site, http://ojimak.web.fc2.com/hanger.html
and found another photo in other place (attached).

But can't find a download. If anybody knows where to get it please share link!
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Ojimak never released the design because he couldn't get it to fly (one of his requirements). BTW, that's not Ojimak's, that's Goodduck's and don't bother asking, he did a limited release (about 60, if i recall) and he won't release any more....something about him working for Disney.
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>>558954
look closer pal. That's not Goodduck's. Is not even close. This white prototype is. (see the differences?)
And I already know it is not available. he never released it either. You must be confusing it with the Laputa Flappter. That's why I asked for ojimak's.
If the first photo I posted isn't from the ojimak version, then there is another kit of the Savoia out there.
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>>558983
I had this lurking in my computer. I know it's not Ojimak's but maybe it's useful.
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>>559051
OP here.
Actually it looks great!
Thnks a lot :)
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>>559051
im not op but thanks.
also sorry but to print in color is so expensive

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So, it's been more than 15 years since I've ever made an origami figure, I want to get back to it, post easy, average and hard origami stuff I could make, video-tutorials more than appreciated. Bonus points for dragons!
Picture is origami figure I used to make a lot
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>>561702
The model in your picture isn't even 15 years old
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>>561702
Actually, the pic is the Fiery Dragon which was crated in 2008 by Kade Chan, so it is only 8 years old.
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>>561725
Oops, I meant 10 years old.

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Just got this, what am I in for?
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>>559591
I appreciate that a lot, I ordered some folding paper online for when I'm done with the book
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With the addition of piggy, bunny and a penguin, the book is complete. I'll be getting folding paper in the mail soon and then I will try something more challenging.
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I took a break from Origami due to work getting in the way, but I've finally made something that's not from a childrens book. I followed this video from happyfolding:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmE1sFAUf9M
>>559539
Thanks for the suggestion!
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Had some free time and decided to make something, I tried to follow this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YFt7Unj884
I failed at some of the later steps but at least it can stand up. I think this one was too advanced for me.
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>>561633

It looks a little rough, but it seems to be a complicated one too.

Hey anons, Does anyone know how to do the jumping frog in the video from the following link (It is an origami frog that jumps by its own):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7X2yzTadb5A

I have been looking like crazy, but havent found any tutorial of how to do it, could any of you help me?
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>>561640
http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/virtual/origami2/exploring01_06.html
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>>561641
Yeah, but the thing is how does it jump by its own?, I know that maybe they used some gue, but, iI tried that and didn't work :/
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>>561694
What makes you think the frog from that video really jumped by itself instead of it being a trick?
It's a movie, you can't trust anything happening there.
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some sort of rubber band timer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpyl8zQ0yts
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something like this

I cant seem to find any free leathercraft patterns for a Horsehead or pigs head that isnt on fucking etsy. I refuse to pay these people for shit that is not their own work.

Have any of you tried to convert a papercraft template to leathercraft pattern?
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>>558419
Is that an S&M mask?
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>>558419
partly but you need to take into consideration excess for seams and shit, and you can also stretch and mould leather slightly, but try the winterccuck dump

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can any one give me the cp of origami butterfly ns 2.0 by kamiya satoshi
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I have the cp
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>>560104
Them postt!
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anyone has the cp of origami butterfly ns 2.0 by satoshi kamiya?

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>>557449
>>557450
Im usually not into papercraft but this one actually looks like fun.
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>>560413
you're in luck
https://my.mixtape.moe/hgecnk.zip
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>>556858
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>>557523
Seems like normal print paper, but are there stronger/thicker alternatives?
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>>558839
Literally the only good thing about this thread.
>>556570
If you unironically want cheap anime girl figurines, you should feel bad about yourself.

>put posters and nice things on the walls
>live in a wet and cold place
>also gets hot when the heaters are on
>every 2 weeks all the posters fall down
>blu tack either looks solid and not squishy anymore
>put them up again
>fall down in a few weeks again

Is there anything better than this without damaging the walls?
I thought you guys will know the pro tips on the matter..
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>>557617
How do you fix those on the wall
>without damaging the walls?
>>556580
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>>556580
i know you said you don't want to damage your walls but if the humidity is that bad your art is going to be damaged anyways. Get some cheap, light frames and hang them properly. when your leaving get some drywall patch and fix the holes. it's cheap, easy and as permanent as you need it to be.
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Seconding the cleaning the surface. Then layer masking or painter tape on the areas that you'll be using adhesive to stick the poster. The padded mounting tape works best for me. We do this for tradefair booths where we're not allowed to mark the partition walls. Hope this helps.
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>>556580
frame and hang like a civilized people.
>>556603
>maybe there is a way to cover the small holes.
if you cant manage to adult using frames to hang posters, use toothpaste to fill any and all small holes before moving.
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get magnets

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>>561670
none.

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Any ideas to fold origami with these marble sheets? I have them from 24x24 and 35x35 cm...
ah, even one 20x20

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Hi, in this days I'm searching for Tanteidan Magazine but i find something from the magazine #37 to #135. I didn't find the first 36 pdf and issue post-#135. They exist?
And the Tanteidan Convention? Only first 20?
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>>561623
>Hi, in this days I'm searching for Tanteidan Magazine but i find something from the magazine #37 to #135. I didn't find the first 36 pdf and issue post-#135. They exist?
>And the Tanteidan Convention? Only first 20?

OTM-001 al 040:
http://www.exvagos1.com/showthread.php?p=2943373#post2943373

If you look there, you'll see all the others, even the 167
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thanks a lot, now I'm going to recover the new ones ....

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Ey /po/, one of the new Pokemon from Pokemon Sun and Moon version is Kartana. It looks like this. Can you make it in real life with origami, and if so, how?

-/vp/
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I wouldn't mind a Celesteela one to go with my other pokemon papercrafts. Making the palettes would be a bitch though.
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We need to save some ancient threads here. Keep bumping so they won't go under.
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>>560301
Also save the designs so we can repost/make a new thread that's /po/ related
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Isn't this just the new mecha from Darling in the Franxx
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>>547977
You just have to fold it in pure white, then color it in afterwards.

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Hi. Anyone have the template of this model? The original download was deleted and I can't find it anywhere
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>>561595
lol, oka?



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