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Let's start a new book/magazine thread.
The other one finally died.
Here is the old thread: >>560982
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SOMEONE HAVE THE ESPECIAL 2016 PAJARITA MAGAZINE ABOUT OF MANUEL SIRGO???
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>>567203
Dude, there's no need to shout. If you want people to help you with your requests, then you need to share your link for your files (your so-called content) >>567125.
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https://drive.google.com/drive/mobile/my-drive?tab=wo
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>>567206
You're a funny guy.
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Does anyone know what the cover looks like for MFPP Convention 2018, or if you have the book, could you please share it?

Here are a few diagrams for you. Show off your results.
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>>566261
Currently waiting on some nicer paper.
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>>566257
>b*er bottle
please this is a blue board
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there is a new design by Jo Nakashima, quite a cool phoenix but i cant be fucked to watch a 41 min video
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>>566942
That's only 41 minutes. Origami isn't for you if you don't have.this kind of attention span.
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>>566949
love folding. hate watching

For the life of me, this model is unmakeable. It's folds don't make sense
Is anybody able to give directions to this? It feels like this person doesn't know how to write diagrams

The model can be found in AEP 2013, the dragonfly. Im pretty sure theres an archived and Google doc of the model if somebody wants to study it or get the book itself. But here, I'm just asking for assistance with the model and its directions.

I already tried to find the designer but that gave little results, so any clarification on that is a mystery
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>>566906
Basically, for step 5, pretend to fold the edge to the center line, but only make the fold in the middle, between the diagonal folds, same goes for 6. Pretend to fold the edge in but only really crease where shown. Hope I helped. If anything else is needed, attach the pdf and let us see where you're troubled.
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>>566908
Love you /po/, never change
But sadly it's more than just folding the model in half.
https://www.mediafire.com/file/usp036ftomabp3q/
That's the book, hope you find it interesting and hope I can get some assistance with the model as it's all pretty confusing.
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>>566910
Not talking about in half, talking about steps 5 and 6, those precise folds. As for the book itself, I'll check it out. Thanks,just trying to help. Love you too.
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>>566906
What step(s) exactly are you stuck on? If we don't know your problem, it will be difficult to help you...
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>>566952
Step 54, 64-66
I think the proportions are wrong, not so much what's implied by the folds.

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Hey /po/ I'm looking for some 1/150 scale paper craft city buildings for a kaiju diorama display I'm making.

I've found some myself but I just wanted to check here to see if there are any others that you guys have since you're probably more experienced with looking for this stuff than I am.

does anyone have the diagram of the cheetah of ares alanya please

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Can anyone identify this company logo? I like their paper.
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>>566418
Israeli Air Force recon

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was anyone there at the getty museum to see robert j lang in person?
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>>566881
Yeah he was super rude to me. I told him can I borrow some of his expensive handmade papers but instead he slapped my ass and kicked me out :( I'll never fold any other model from him
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>>566882
Papercraft scum get out
>>566884
Wait what
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>>566889
I saw Robert J Lang at a grocery store in Los Angeles yesterday. I told him how cool it was to meet him in person, but I didn’t want to be a douche and bother him and ask him for tips aor anything.

He said, “Oh, like you’re doing now?”

I was taken aback, and all I could say was “Huh?” but he kept cutting me off and going “huh? huh? huh?” and closing his hand shut in front of my face. I walked away and continued with my shopping, and I heard him chuckle as I walked off. When I came to pay for my stuff up front I saw him trying to walk out the doors with like fifteen Milky Ways in his hands without paying.

The girl at the counter was very nice about it and professional, and was like “Sir, you need to pay for those first.” At first he kept pretending to be tired and not hear her, but eventually turned back around and brought them to the counter.

When she took one of the bars and started scanning it multiple times, he stopped her and told her to scan them each individually “to prevent any electrical infetterence,” and then turned around and winked at me. I don’t even think that’s a word. After she scanned each bar and put them in a bag and started to say the price, he kept interrupting her by yawning really loudly.
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>>566904
>>566884
those are funny af but depressing at the same time. I didn't know Sir robert lang was a douche, disappointed
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>>566925
Anon it's copypasta. An old one, at that.

would this be more suitable for /v/ or something? if not what do you think?
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>>566493
does it works?
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>Disgusting neo-Paper Mario shit
>Actually buying Labo
I'm appalled to say the least
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Cool!

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some one has this book maybe?
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>>566202
i need that book
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A version of this book by Rick Beech was my first ever origami book I bought about 10 years ago. I still have it and have since become the local origami teacher in my state.

Rick Beech has since passed but I would rank this the all-time best starter origami book in the world.
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>>566851
You mean this one? The one called "The Origami Handbook". Not even close, dude.

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>new ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘square’’’’’’’’ of origami paper, folded precisely corner to corner, completely flat
fuck.
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>>566774
Every time.
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>>566774
lolwut
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happens to me all the time. any tips plz
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>>566774
>>566852
Here is my technique, it works pretty well for me. You need a scalpel, a straightedge and a cutting mat with a grid patern.

-Once your sheet of paper is prepped cut one thin strip close to one edge of your sheet. This will ensure that this side is perfectly straight.
-Align this perfectly straight edge with the vertical line of the grid and use horizontal lines and straight edge to cut a right angle.
-You now have two perfectly straight edges of paper forming a perfect right angle. Fold the right angle in half, now the two straight edges of paper are one on top of the other.
-Align these two straight edges of paper with the vertical line of the grid and use the straightedge and grid to make a cut perpendicular to the two superposed straight edges.

You now have a square, if done correctly it's virtually perfect. The origami paper that are sold are usually poor quality square and you often need to recut them.
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>>566854
Thanks I tried this but my square still turned out Off by 2mm

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Do you ever give away your paper creations? Do people appreciate them? Tell some stories ITT
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>>566529
That's nice anon, personal gifts mean a great deal to many people, no matter how small and simple.

I like to fold things and leave them around my workplace for people to find.
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>>565150
she wanted your cock
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>>564776
This. I give away 99% of what I fold and everyone is blown away by even the simple things. I worked at Toys R Us for a seasonal job.

I had a nanager, Lucy Gillette, who was in her 50's but a Hollywood-beautiful Euro-MILF (think she was Portuguese). Very strong work ethic yet she was beautiful and outgoing. She found outI was making other coworkers origami and wanted something too. I came in with a Kawasaki rose one day for her. Game over. This lady paused and lost her strong demeanor. All the coworkers around us couldn't stop making comments. When she was able to respond she said, "If you weren't married I would kiss you." (She herself had a boyfriend who was her ex-husband but her comment completely ignored him as a barrier to some side action)

If I weren't married, I would have been with so many chicks in my life, lol. Origami is the best pickup line.
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>>566845
>u
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This started as 'forgot', but moved to 'gave away.'

>Brought a couple pieces of origami paper to work.
>When the store was slow, I folded up a single crane.
>Intended to bring it home for my thousand cranes.
>Somehow, left it at my register when I left.
>Come back in the next afternoon.
>Morning lady found it and stuck it on top of a pole behind the rewards screen.
>"Do you know who did this?" Points to bird.
>"That was me."
>Comments on how cool it was, which made me happy. Now I don't want to take it.
>Crane is still hanging there maybe 2-3 weeks after first folding.

Also at work, I've folded up a rudimentary penguin because of how many customers said it was freezing. That one was gone the next day, though.

Anyone have the diagram?
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>>566831
A nice little model. Not the best rendition by far but this one is mine. I didn't bothered with the tail.
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>>566830
THANK YOU!!!
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>>566832
Yes, i like the shaping of the head and the smoothness of the body over the other model posted. But the other model has a nice aggressiveness to it, like A picture that was splashed onto canvas rather than stroked.
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>>566832
here is Jospeh Wu folding. Unfortunatly this picture is ridiculously small for today's santards.

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Does anyone still have any models from this site? http://www.niseke.com/download/
I made a cute Nano from nichijou back then, but now that I look it up again, all downloads are down, pretty disappointing since I wanted to get Sakura too from there.
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>>564344
you've probably found them by now, but the wayback machine has a few zips saved. these are the ones i was able to find:
https://web.archive.org/web/20110415143339if_/http://www.niseke.com/dl/pepakura/pc_yagokoro.zip
https://web.archive.org/web/20110415143158if_/http://www.niseke.com/dl/pepakura/pc_chibimiku.zip
https://web.archive.org/web/20160628042056if_/http://www.niseke.com/download/y_marisa/pc_yukkuri_marisa.zip
https://web.archive.org/web/20160628042037if_/http://www.niseke.com/download/y_reimu/pc_yukkuri_reimu.zip
https://web.archive.org/web/20170926040721if_/http://www.niseke.com:80/download/nenga_tewi/nenga_tewi.zip
https://web.archive.org/web/20171014194918if_/http://www.niseke.com:80/download/qb/qb.zip
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>>564344
bump for this here.
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>>564344
>Dead site
I agree.
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>>564904
not OP but thanks
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niseke was a fad for a while

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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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>>562469
Can't you just do it with some scissors?
like this: https://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Square-Sheet-of-Paper
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>>558472
stop biting your nails, its disgusting
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>>559083
I made this, quite happy with it
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3QtQUt9O_bs
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https://frugalfun4boys.com/2017/06/27/fold-origami-cubes/

Don't mess with the freaking crane. This cube is the easiest good- looking model you will ever fold.

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its that time of year again,

since october and by association halloween is right around the corner let's post halloween themed papercraft, origami and costume ideas/tips so we can help our fellow /po/lite friends

please no arguing this board is too slow for that shit

ill start with this wolf head i found in my folder and a question on whether i should do something like this or a helmet from skyrim
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>>565491
Papercraft is easy. Just connect it all together like a puzzle with instructions.
My advice is just be precise and steady. Sloppy effort early on will affect it later.
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>>565065
thank you
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>>545554
Halloween is right around the corner. Need to start getting your masks now.
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Does anyone have links to wcroft half masks? Have a masquerade ball this weekend and would love the fox or jackal
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>>566333
im pretty sure all the croft shit is dead especially after he went on that take down frenzy



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