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

Hey /po/, I'm looking for a simple/cute papercraft bee model similar to pic related.

also general animal papercraft thread?
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>>568028
Cute bees. Looks like the work of Yaroslav Mischenko, origami_yarik (instagram) or crafterworkshop (facebook). Can't find templates.

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Post any pattern that can be printed for use as "homemade" origami paper.

Please, NO pictures of finished figures, and NO diagrams... these CAN be used in OTHER threads I will create soon, just NOT HERE!

Google Image searches are a good source and where I've gotten most of my own patterns, but Google recently changed how the image searches work (for the worse) and I've been having trouble lately getting more patterns to add to my collection.
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Just dropping by to say thanks for sharing, I recognize a few patterns here that you can get if you can source chiyogami/yuzen paper. Beautiful stuff.
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>>562980
nice paper patterns
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>>562980
These patterns would be good for lots of models if you want a lot of color in them.
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>>562980
Any advice on printing to produce lightweight paper suitable for origami? Base paper? Type of printer?
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It depends what you need more/ less of ...
I need a new home soon and garden so...having books with old wallcoverings whatever era..if you hate gardening get them flowers in line..
What about your girl...she would like cute stuff and not so much leather and lace like your trying to make a toy doll

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Fiery Dragon by Kade Chan I folded. I was really excited when I was at the last step. I never thought I'd fold a dragon in my life. Like a moment of ecsatsy.
You guys know any more dragons just as challenging or more?
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You might also look up for jo nakashima dragons, but they will be probably less compelling.
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try Kade Chan's Fiery Dragon 2.0. sakusaku858's models from monster hunter are pretty fun too
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>>563514
very cool dragon.
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Which is more complex, Ancient Dragon or Western Dragon?
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I agree postee I made a fake dollar banknote Phoenix in feb2018....it was very rewarding finishing that...the 3 headed dog Cerberus from diagram...please try the five headed hydra for me or whatever there are loads in piccs.com and Hiveminer.com..
Flickr.com...YouTube.com

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Maybe you remember this from the origami gifts thread, but last year for a Secret Santa thing I gave these models to somebody as a gift. Now Christmas is approaching again and I want to be ready in time with some really impressive models. I’ve purchased for this occasion a 40×40 cm sheet of Origami Shop red tissue foil (so not the actual tissue foil made with foil, but it still has its properties), a 45×45 sheet of green sandwich paper (the ‘real’ tissue foil) and a 48×48 sheet of dark green Elephant Hide. I would like to make, among others, the following models:
-Eric Joisel’s Dwarf (probably from green homemade tissue foil, not the one from the Shop)
-Robert Lang’s Murex (from white tissue foil made by myself)
-some kind of impressive dragon. I’m not sure what to choose between Jo Nakashima’s Devil Dragon, Kade Chan’s Fiery Dragon 2.0 or Tadashi Mori’s Darkness Dragon. I definitely want it to be complex but not Ancient or Western Dragon-tier.
What other suggestions do you guys have? I want to give about five or six models in total, I want to keep them reasonably complex or sophisticated-looking, I have access to plenty of PDF’s of origami books and, of course, YouTube tutorials, and I don’t need to exclusively use the papers I’ve bought (although the red tissue foil could be reserved for the dragon), also being able to make small sheets of tissue foil at home (which I wouldn't prefer because they are very uncomfortable to fold with).
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>>567708
>Flower tower
>finish
Just make a single layer and call it ready
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>>567708
For some reason, despite the fact that I always fold the Flower Tower from the same type and size of paper, the results drastically vary. Sometimes I can't get past the second layer, sometimes the accuracy of the folds is really bad for no reason. Also the most annoying thing is, in the top layer, sometimes one rabbit ear is not precisely folded and it sticks out from the bunch and then the upper tato has the tendency to easily bust open, and good luck making it stay closed after this happens a few times.
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Okay I’m bumping my own thread NOW
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Dude, don't make a dumbed down rip-off of the Ancient Dragon, just make the Ancient Dragon.

Wait
no
make a Ryujin.
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On a more serious note, how about Roman Diaz's Hippocampus? It's kinda pretty but quirky too.

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https://global.yamaha-motor.com/showroom/papercraft/

Can someone backup every craft in the website? It will close really soon and it would be a shame to lose this many good templates
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>>568156
wow, that sucks ass. it's gone for me along with all subpages.
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So... did anyone save their PDFs? The Wayback Machine didn't save all URLs.
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>>568168
Nevermind, it did store the PDFs. I was just accessing an old archive.
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>>568156
If the whole website is stored anywhere, it can be rehosted by someone.
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>>568172
The copy on September 25

https://web.archive.org/web/20180925180817/https://global.yamaha-motor.com/showroom/papercraft/

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Just made my first origami craft. O call it "The Praying Mantis"

What'cha think?
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That’s not origami, but it does look nice and surprisingly reminiscent of a praying mantis.
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>>568130
Looks like shit, dumb-ass. You're a funny guy.
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>>568130
It's glorious, you really have a lot of talent op!

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was anyone there at the getty museum to see robert j lang in person?
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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.
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I went to the Getty museum to see some Getty images

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I want to fold Artur Biernacki's scorpion but I am having a difficult time collapsing the body mostly because I can't find where the mountain and vally folds go.
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>>567614
I'm pretty sure you can't, cunt; and it doesn't look easy., so you fuck off asshole. The cp should be marked with solid and dotted lines to indicate mountains and valleys.
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>>567621
Looks like pretty basic boxpleating for the most part
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http://www.origami.at/diagrams/boxpleating_guide_1.pdf
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>>567601
Look guys, THE BEST PAPERFOLDER IN THE WOooOrld come back.

>>567614
Nope, you can't
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I found the CP with mountain and valley folds

Star Wars Battle Droid life size.

http://paperlaul.com/blog/2012/03/starwars-battle-droid-ech-11-2.html
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>>567905
>>567906
that is not mine. it is just an image i got from deviantart
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>>567624
nice
OOM-9 was my favorite
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Um that doesn't compute
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>>567624
You used to be able to buy these in bookstores when episode 1 came out.
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Don't blow on it

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New thread instance. Old thread is archived now.
@Pik8 thanks for the recoloring. Awesome work
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>>568080
I'm looking for the 4.0 with the Count Vludd stuff. Why is it so hard to find?
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I'll try...
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And the fourth ed rules... are too large a file size to post here. Sorry.
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>>568152
Dude! Thank you very much!
You are awesome!
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>>566311 just found the thread with all of the new mines they look grate thank you. and i did one for you.

Here are a few diagrams for you. Show off your results.
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Anyone got a pdf of this?
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>>566254
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>>568133
Does this look like a damn diagram?
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>>566261
Can't believe i fucked up the wings
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>>566254
What's up with these ridiculous dunce caps?

my friends, I'm looking for good plans or videos (or anything else) of flowers on paper, which I find on YouTube are very easy and are not very nice, if you can help me it would be an honor.
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Do you want origami flowers or papercraft flowers? For origami, I have a few suggestions for you:
Jo Nakashima flower playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5jDTd07plNC39iq8mi-OMw8MCWdTmeQg (the sunflower, daisy and roses look complex enough for you)
Sara Adams’ flower playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzWZXuW4WQWC5hnVEcQIM7hagkTELhOMk (I would recommend the rose brooch, it’s not exactly intricate but it’s my favourite)
If you really want something complex, at your own risk, try Naomiki Sato’s Rose https://youtu.be/T5RoCdXCTEw or the attached PDF.

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Would anyone happen to know where i can get the templates for these for free? Already tried searching and the ones I find are super simple and the cooler looking ones are behind a paywall.
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>>567837
Have you tried looking on scribd?
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I've seen quite a lot of kirigami templates pinned on pinterest. If following the link doesn't work, then just use pinterest to email the image of the template to yourself.
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Try searching kirigami/ origamic architecture/ Masahiro Chatani on Library Genesis. Scanned copies of the templates are available there.

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posting
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>>567055
This is so unappreciated, and I'd like to fix that.
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>>567642

That's not moss, it's grass grown on turf.
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>>567689
>see your own stencil posted from years ago
Ha ha ha oh wow.
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>>567822
I've seen this stencil on /b/ like 7 years ago.




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