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Hi, I have some wintercroft masks and I was looking on the internet for more, but the links are always dead. So, the one I want is a horned skull mask. Also, I found a cool elephant head, that is nor a mask neither from wintercroft. Someone who has tem, could give to me?
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>>558631
no

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I CHALLENGE ANY OF YOU FAGGOTS TO FOLD AN ORIGAMI PENIS
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Cannot fold it right now but I’ve done it.
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>>558375
I once saw a vid on how to make one out of a dollar with coins at the base in the balls so that it would stand if you drop it but I can't find it anymore
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That's the only action you comfort zoners will get if and when you decide to leave your mamas basement
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Why would anyone want to fold your dick?
on as for 558380 I got a small book on folding dollars into stuff

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if the japs can fold steel 1000 times why cant you even fold a paper 10 times
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>>557937

color me surprised somebody who likes the office is also an obvious peon. it's almost like there's a connection.
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>>557937
idiot, you are not the scientific community, idiot

post an actual reason for rebuttal because you have no counter reasoning, you idiot
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Seems accurate to post this...
Fold from the bottom up what you have done and see what remains for you to do...
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>>557572
You can fold a piece of paper however many times you want
You just can’t fold over itself, but if you unfold it, or fold different parts of the paper it’s fine
Never got why people didn’t make the distinction
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>>557937
If you are still following this thread it is possible to fold paper 10 times in half the main factor is the size and thickness of paper. Britney Gallivan actually managed to fold paper in half 12 times and in 2012 a group of students beat her record. http://www.mathscareers.org.uk/article/how-many-times-can-you-fold-a-sheet-of-paper/ here is a source.

Now if you want to get into the nitty gritty math this link has an article that elaborates more on the Gallivan equation and adds too it http://paperfolding-analysis.blogspot.com/2014/05/update-on-britney-gallivan-formula.html?m=1. It is an Interesting read that I would recommend.

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The final project in my design class this semester is to create the packaging for a small item. In my case I got a screw. It needs to make it to be laser cut out of 11"x24" cardstock, and I can cut or score it.

I'm wondering if anyone here has any experience with something like this, and if you'd be willing to help me out. If people are interested, I'll post more details of what I'm working with.

My professor emphasized the "unboxing experience" heavily, so (pic related) that's what I was thinking of with the design of this first sketch. I was also thinking of the ways to make the seams clean, and how the screw would sit in the package.

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A while ago I got bored and tried fiddling with paper to make an origami puppet of a girl in a kimono. Needless to say, since I don't frequent /po/ (or /pol/ ) often, it went to shit and I threw it away.

I found a pic recently of a craft that looks way better than what I tried to make. You guys know how to make it? Can you also give me instructions?
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>>555888
dude double trips
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>>554491
Fuck off you kike shill
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>>554491
Never been here by accident or otherwise really but decided to check it out. Like >>556852 said, very nice board and calming, peaceful stuff here.
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>>555888
DubbTrippps=POSIBBLE!
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(((>>554491)))

Hi there, just found this crease pattern, and can not decipher it, can you guys help me fold these two TIEs?
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only if you send me the paper
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>>558581
wym?
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>>558581
I have pdf link right here if that is what you mean http://www.starwarigami.co.uk/uploads/2/5/1/1/25118769/tie_fighter__tie_interceptor_cp_1.pdf
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>>558587
they're not square, and i don't have thin enough paper for it if i cut my square in half.

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Want to get into origami. where do I start?
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>>554216
150 days later how are you coming along?
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I'm new too. This is my first work. Don't hate.
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newfags = AIDS
go back to 9origagmi and stay there
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>>558556
Very avant garde
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>>554248
For the longest time I just made notebook paper into a square. Really any paper works. When you get into the bigger more complex models you are going to need more specialized paper. Also the biggest advice i can offer you is to start small and simple maybe buy some beginner books and most importantly be patient. Your models are going to look like shit and you might get stuck on some steps (even advanced folders get stuck too so don't feel bad) but once you understand how to control the paper and how the folds work you will love it. So basically practice makes perfect as generic as that sounds.

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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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>>558428
If you’re still here, I’ve made this clip to help you. If you need help, just ask me, but keep in mind that /po/ is a slow board.
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>>558472
Thank you. I wish I had paper. I have none not even printer or snything

I want to but cheap but decent origami paper
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Anything I can fold with standard A4 paper?
Dumb question, of course, but I noticed the fox is a proper square piece of paper.
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>>558499
craaaaaaaaaaaaaaanes
once you know how to fold them you'll make a ton of them
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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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I'm interesting in seeing /po/'s best work.
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>>558443
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>>558448
I think you should spend more time trying to fold things neatly and modeling you origamis. It seems that you're using kraft paper, if so there are some better paper that would improve the rendering of your models.

>>558447
Folding looks good but i think this pattern doesn't work well with the model. You should also try to wet finish (with methyl cellulosis if you have, if not you can also use plain water) the parts where the paper unfold itself (at the legs for example). You could also use glue, don't be afraid to use glue, every good folder you see on the internet use glue for their models.
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>>558461
> I think you should spend more time trying to fold things neatly and modeling you origamis. It seems that you're using kraft paper, if so there are some better paper that would improve the rendering of your models.
yeah it's more or less like thin kraft paper, I might buy some better paper in a while.
I think my bases are usually quite accurate, but I don't know how to properly model / finish them. I've tried folding a couple of bigger faces with the same amount and shape of 'flaps' that are available in the dwarfs, but that didn't work out all that good either.
> Folding looks good but i think this pattern doesn't work well with the model. You should also try to wet finish (with methyl cellulosis if you have, if not you can also use plain water) the parts where the paper unfold itself (at the legs for example). You could also use glue, don't be afraid to use glue, every good folder you see on the internet use glue for their models.
I used lots of methyl cellulose on most of the other models, used a bit on the Pegasus to keep the legs in more or less the same position.
Wouldn't I need way thicker paper for water shaping to work? what
I'm working on pictured phoenix ATM, will try using glue and methyl cellulose to shape it properly (I intend to film burning it and to reverse the video)
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forgot the phoenix WIP pic (maybe not entirely appropriate for this thread, but whatever)
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>>558464
there are 2 separate things.

Wet folding is using a wet heavy (>100g/sm usually) paper that you dampen and fold while it is still wet. Generaly you would only use plain water for that.

Wet finishing is using a usually thinner paper, you fold everything dry. When come the moment of shaping the model you wet the part you want to shape, you shape the part and then you hold it in the shape you want until it's dry. This can be do e with simple wather but is usually better with a bit of MC.
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>>554182
That's terrible, it's upside down.

Hey /po/,

I’ve never really used this board before, but I’d like to ask if you guys know or have any instructions on turtle related origami or papercrafts. A couple of friends and I are fundraising some money for these two red ear sliders that were abandoned by their owners and need a new tank. We were thinking about selling some crafts and bookmarks.

Pic related.
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looks like john szinger's turtle?
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B3-i1QT9mOBlTnJrN0FqOTFYeDA
it's somewhere in there, good luck anon
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>>558559
Looks like I found a treasure chest
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>>558559
Thank you! This is a nice collection and we greatly appreciate it.

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So sad to see WWG go. And worse is the fact that the Terrainlinx system is going to die with them.

It's a shame nobody else is picking up their banner, the system mixed simplicity with pleasing depth. And it's not like they're around to try and defend their copyright or patent or anything.
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>>551547
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Anyone have the Slagtown , Tango:Prime, Omega:Prime, or any of the sci-fi sets? Necromunda is coming soon and I have been looking for those and the Battle System paper terrain. Its not in the MEGA. I checked already. Thanks in advance.
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I would love Verus please...

grant.gamesgazetteonline gmail com

cheers
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>>553798
>dying

They've been dead for years.

Is their site even still up?
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Bump

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hi /po/

does anyone have the scans for

http://home.att.ne.jp/wood/lunatica/index.html

there were some from the archive back from 2014 but the link died

also are there any more who did touhou papercraft stuff other than ssa and lily?
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>>546973
Do you have scans for the Alice in the op?
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It won't be long until the official 1yr anniversary of this thread. What's my reward?
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>>557528
Right here *unzips*
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Well the 1 year anniversary of this thread is as uneventful as expected. Here have a patchy
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>>557701
Looks beautiful.

Does anybody have the templates for this unicorn head?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISR3GYK6AvA

i'm sort of a newfag to posting, but here's a video, op! it seems as if someone named oxygami made the pattern. i watched it quite a while ago, so my details may not be right.
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>>558112
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISR3GYK6AvA
Yeah, Oxygami sells the templates online. So I was wondering if someone already had the templates so I wouldn't have to buy it myself.
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>>558113
no
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>>558113
bump
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>>558113
$15 bucks too much for your blood? Get a new hobby. What, you think you're going to print this out on cheap copy paper, too?

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Sup /po/
I'm looking for papercraft models of classic arcade machines. There used to be a bunch online but I'm having a hard time finding any that are high quality. I want to make a bunch of xmas tree ornaments.
Things like these:
https://www.pinterest.com/pin/571886852660077131/

Can anyone help an anon out?
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>>558501
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>>558474
but then we would all be faggots.
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>>558469
>I am so autistic I get angry when I see cartoons
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>>558469
Hi /pol/
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I want more old character s cartoons and comic books.
Pokemon book out.Transformers and deceptions out.
Disney and Looney tunes out
No Hanna Barbera?
Plenty video game and anime .
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Superman.wonder woman out
Need Hulk and Daphne Thelma just a whole Bunch of cosplay



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