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my brother made in the past, but he wouldn't remember what it was called whenever I asked
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It kind of stretches open if you pull two opposite outward folds, if that helps...
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Bump

Please you guys
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>>556936
Dianthus
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>>556988
Thank you!!!
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I was fooled, but I found the actual one eventually

https://youtu.be/RSLexug80oY

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It's coming to that time of the year, Christmas/Halloween.

Are you into greetings card making?

Who do you give cards to?

Do you have a card making kit, if so what's in it?

It's a personal policy of mine to give cards when I really mean it. I _always_ hand make them, and generally end up writing a mini-essay in them about all the nice memories I've had with the person, how much I like them, etc.
Every Christmas I exchange cards with a couple of fellow Peanuts (Charlie Brown and Snoopy) fans I've met online, I usually have a hand at involving my message with drawing cute illustrations of the characters and stuff.

My kit:
>Blank cards and envelopes (square size)
>A bundle of tissue paper (gives nice texture when pasted onto card)
>Coloured and a pack of decorative paper (for pasting onto the card, of course)

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Let's share some templates for our walls
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what program does po use to create papercraft from scratch? need vase, but it seems i have better luck doing it meself.
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>>557031
would like to replicate
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i found something close. a good bit of scaling will do it good. now i'll try to find what sort of shape the other vase is.
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a diamond! fuck i got it

What are some accessible, yet comprehensive books that a beginner at origami can buy?

Also any books on gift wrapping would be appreciated as well.
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>>554757
When I first started I remember I just went on youtube and searched for how to make an origami. Youtube unlike books is basically free, and like a million more guides than a book.
You start out with simple things like cranes and rabbits, and you just move onwards. Just try stuff, it's a pretty easy hobby if you know how to follow steps and take each step carefully and slowly.
I mean hell, considering how youtube has expanded nowadays, the videos are probably a million times better than back when I did it.
Considering I learned from some kid with his moms digital camera in a half lit room showing you how to fold a crane, you should have no problem with the stuff they have now.
But if you're really insistant on using a book, just go to chapters and pick out any, all the books I have seen were for beginners.
Also if you do attempt this hobby, go to the local art store and buy some actual origami paper like pic related, it's easier to fold, looks nicer, and you don't have to cut it into squares unlike printer paper.
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>>554757
Origami Omnibus has a nice variety of good models, not too difficult.
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Im looking for something like pic related but seethrough to put drawings and things in it ,but i dont know the correct name of these things so its hard to look for online, so do you know what its called and where to get it online?
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Small ones are called Place Card Holders.

Full sheets or larger, try Sign Holders, or Display Holder/Frame

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Want to get into origami. where do I start?
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Do you have to use origami paper?
I tried to get into it and browsed here a long time ago. I tried to make a crane with printer paper and just got frustrated and quit after tearing it.

I'm much older now and more patient so I want to try again with this
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>>556806
>Do you have to use origami paper?
For complex origami models yes. But for a craneand any other beginner model a sheet of printer paper is enough.
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>>554216

To start you need a square sheet of paper. You can make a square sheet out of notebook paper,printer paper or any other paper than is not to thick and doesn't tear to easily. John Montroll has some origami books that are not too complex if you want to fold something other than just a crane.. You can probably download those on PDF for free somewhere. I don't use origami paper. I find that it tears too easy and not large enough for more complex models. Animal Origami for the Enthusiast is what I liked when I was highschool.
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>>556806
You can do pretty much anything through intermediate models with loose leaf and, if you're careful with your corners, kami (the cheap colorful stuff sold everywhere). Printer paper's shit, but still useable.
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Is the infinity cube difficult?

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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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Wow
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>>554083
nice
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Hope to see papercrafts of the new Necrozma forms or whatever they are though the Solgaleo and Lunala bits aren't so angular so it could be more trouble than it's worth
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bump.
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>>554700
That new Ultra Beast Assembly would make for a good papercraft, also nice dubs

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Here is a collection of files I've gathered scale is 1:270 ideal for XWingTMG
Plus they look really cool
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Bwings because they rock
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Jedi fighters (tiny)
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>>556847
B wing skins
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If this gets some attention I have lots more
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Thx for sharing. keep the good jobs

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Hello /po/,
My brother found this on campus earlier today and I want to try folding it. Does anybody have a diagram for this, or for anything like it?
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And here's the back of it
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>>556885
can't you just dissect it to figure this out?
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>>556885
look up "origami tessellations". Many different types and techniques
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>>556911
Thank you

>>556899
My brother sent me the pictures of it, I don't have it in my possession.

I've always been interested in playing those tabletop games with figures like Warhammer and all that, but I never could afford to. It only came to me that I could make papercraft models to play them.

Could you guys recommend me tabletop games that were made specifically for papercraft models? Or some links to games that have been adapted into papercraft.
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You can get plastic bases cheap too. Search for game making supplies. You can make some hella easy out of a stick of balsa too
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Hey, this seems like as good a thread as I can find. I'm planning on running a D&D naval campaign and I'm looking for good sailing ship miniatures to help with that. I want to use them to track voyages and do ship-to-ship combat on 1-inch hex grid maps that I'm drawing out by hand. I had planned on using some of the minis from Pirates of the Spanish Main(pic related), but it turns out they stopped making them a while back. Anyone know of a good alternative? I'm looking for models that ideally fall into the 0.5-2 inch range in length. If I can't find a good and cheap alternative I'll have to buy PotSM minis off ebay.
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>>555384
http://greywolf.critter.net/savageworlds/pirates/papershipassembly.htm

This should serve you well anon.

That said, does anyone have a copy of the 2D Warhammmer 40k (not top-down) figure flats? All of the uploads/dropboxes/ect are dead. I'm really looking for Copies of Chaos Cultists/Adeptus Arbites/Necromunda Gangs like the attached Photo.
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>>547807
>that mspaint menu
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https://rpggeek.com/image/1315419/monster-every-season-spring-2012

There are four more supplements coming out over the next little while. Granted, they are stick figures.

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Starting the Battlecraft thread again.
are you Dudes Still around?
Especialy Pik-Acht and GG
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>>555253
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So, out of curiosity Jim, what program do you use to make your templates?
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>>556723
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Has anyone built the orca? I'm having trouble seeing where all the too parts fit
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>>556877
Neat

anyone have experience building this? the gold pieces and small pieces in general are a little out of my comfort and i want to know any tips and tricks to building this thing
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yeah, this one was easier to build, but its only 3" long.
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Ok so i bought black paper and after printing the first page i somehow forgot that the templates have grey in them and now theres ink where i dont want it. I tried putting the template in inkscape but the program crashes if i import somewhere around the 13th page. Ive seen other blogs make this with black paper and i need to find out how they manipulated the templates
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>>556790
if you still want to use black paper, you can try following, print the model on normal paper, then put it on top of the black paper and glue 4 corner, then cut the model, Now you will have your model on black paper without line and ink.

About the black paper already print before, you can turn it over and use it.
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>>556729
What scale is it?
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>>556878
1:1, it's kinda insane, desu.

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http://s000.tinyupload.com/?file_id=00096840857787468702
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From a time when /po/ was awesome.
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There was a time when /po/ was awesome? It felt like cancer since the beginning

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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
>key: !58u_ZlY-xUUhoKsEtdWFgQ
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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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Lets have a papercraft designing thread.
ITT discuss what things you've made, methods of designing papercraft and programs, stuff you wish would be made, etc.

I've only made simplistic papercraft for D&D miniatures so far, more 2.5D than traditional papercraft. My process is mostly piggybacking off of Eddnic's designs for the shapes needed for people and some animals and taking images from google to create custom minis using GIMP. Was trying to teach myself to use metasequoia last year but got distracted with work and since then feel like it would just be better to learn Blender. Has anyone had success with importing Blender models into Pepakura without destroying the model by reducing poly counts?
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>>556633
I color swapped and edited Eddnic's fire drake to make a guard drake
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>>556634
Modified Eddnic's Draconian to be medium sized and have blue and red types.

I have alot of humanoids but I put them all as layers in a Gimp file to customize them with different gear and appearances so I can't post the bulk of my things as pdfs right now. If Shit doesn't hit the fan I might jump back into making things and do more stuff here.
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>>556635
Something messed up with the file upload and it wont allow a reupload. I'll look into it later. Also found the minis used for some of my players, and some npcs
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>>554138

I've been designing paper crafts for a long time, I don't use any 3D software, I just design the templates flat, learning little tricks to predict the shape of the outcome along the way,

...How are you guys
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I think we need a sense of what these are supposed to come out looking like, because I can't see it right now.



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