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Has anyone with an Epson printer managed to save this? Or know of some way to snag it w/o an Epson printer?
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>>520251
this is amazing! great job!
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>>520265 Thanks!
>>520191 I'm ready for the next page :)
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>>520191 errrrm… I'm ready for the next page… if that's even happening anymore :/
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>>520579 Sorry to hear that
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>>520577
if you haven't guessed yet, you were trolled.
you're welcome

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Does anyone here know a site with good instructions on how to fold a euro bill into an envelope?

Pic somewhat related, let's make this a money folding thread.
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It's german but pics are pics and Google Translate can help you

http://m.faz.net/aktuell/finanzen/meine-finanzen/geld-ausgeben/geldgeschenke/ideen-in-letzter-minute-das-geldgeschenk-zum-selberfalten-12724199.html

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Hi. /po/
A few friends asked me to do some origami for them. I am interediate/advenced so i have o huge variety of models. But I dont know what girls like.
Gimmie ideas.
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>>522013
If you can make moving pieces like that with a napkin, I applaud you anon. It's hard enough to make a crane out of that flimsy crap.
But seriously, if you can then major kudos.
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pussy drips for any origami trust me i know
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>>518875
Make anything you want, just use girly colored/patterned paper.
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>>518875
Kitteh bookmark. Look on Jew tube.

Nyannnnn
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Go multimedia. My old favorite is lilies or duct tape roses on barbed wite stems. Hard to hold, visually impressive.

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Hello, /po/, I was recommended to come here in hopes I could find someone who may be able to help me. After doing some research into cosplaying Sejuani from LoL, it seems most people recommend using papercraft to make helmets. I was hoping someone would be able to help me find the right files/help me make a low polygon model of the helmet, or at least point me in the right direction. I'll be looking on /cgl/ as well for help, but papercrafting it seems as straight forward as it can get without a lot of "what the fuck am i doing" (aside making/finding an appropriate model).

Any help is appreciated.
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>>522729
Thing about that is only Maya Autodesk can open League's character files, and it seems everytime I try installing the program it corrupts in the process :/ I will try opening the files in other programs, my other concern is making sure the helmet would properly fit my head.
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I tryed to export and convert sejuani model but at converting has too many verts and Noesis chrashed T_T

For other champs I can do it, but sejuani in particular fails :(

By the way, I use SIU (Skin instaler Ultimate) to extract and Noesis to convert them skn-to-obj and textures dds-to-png.
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I didn't say anything about Maya or importing files. Get a 3D modelling program, get reference images and make the helmet yourself.
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>>522749
I have like....0 modeling experience T~T;; hence why I came here to ask for help. I was considering using the Skyrim helmet papercraft on the pepakura website and using that as a point of reference which I may end up doing if I can....
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>>522727
Google about already make sejuani cosplays, it can helps you make an idea about how helmets are built.

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It's been a very very long time since I've visited /po/ or done some papercraft but I've moved to a new place and my walls are bare and boring.
Anyone have files or links they might want to share?
pic related, I'm looking for masks or weapons or anything else that might look interesting mounted on a wall.
I'm thinking 5 things tops.
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Sadness
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>>522664
go here:

http://boards.4chan.org/po/thread/519376/

great stuff to mount in your wall.
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>>522664
Yeah we know just get some nice guns

Need a stencil for color not sure how to go about it. If you do this for me so I can just silkscreen my CDs as opposed to paying for expensive printing I will send you a copy of my CD signed and it might be worth a million dollars one day.

https://soundcloud.com/orrbbbb/drop-dead
this is the kind of music I make

Please I really need help and I dont know much about making a detailed colored stencil but I really need this <333 plzzzz
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>>522651
What are you trying to stencil? Pic related? If so, you could get the simple colors there, but any of the fading green/purple shit won't work well for stenciling
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>>522660
i want to order a bunch of CD sleeves but printing is crazy expensive for them so I want to use stencils, for the fading I would just do that manually. What order should I do the colors in?
I was thinking the green anbd purp first, then the red and yellow, then black over all for some crisp lines,
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>>522663
>Do the fade manually
Have fun hand painting hundreds of sleeves

What you should do is black layer first. Fill in all the red/yellow/grey areas. You don't want islands.

Next, do the red yellow grey. Your choice in order.

Then hand paint all the shitty purple green parts.

Honestly though, you'll probably be spending more on doing these yourself than you would just getting them done through a print shop. Especially considering how much time it will take you. Just go to like overnightprints and see if they will do it.
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>silkscreen my CDs
>Need a stencil
>as opposed to paying for expensive printing

Cardstock or plasticard for stencils, manually or machine cut, multiple layers of stencils with alignment marks, spray adhesive, cans of spraypaint... wait no
>the fading I would just do that manually
Airbrush, and a skilled artist to use it.
Doing this dozens, maybe hundreds, of times.
Stencil and airbrush of OP image? If I was being generous and kind I'd charge you about $5 a piece.
It will be cheaper by far to just have it printed.

>my CD signed and it might be worth a million dollars one day.
Not likely, but every "musician" believes this, especially since everyone around any artist them tells them it (because it keeps you busy and out of their way).
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>>522675
actually its the opposite, i get my best criticisms from those around me. if you take the time to dive my page, back to my older SC account youll see that. I realize it probably wont be worth a million one day but maybe atleast a couple hundred. I did a couple with sponge bottles and stencils and had a great time and it looked really good. the only problem is the ink taking too long to dry but thats what heat guns are for right? lol

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https://archive.moe/po/thread/522699/

Why was this thread deleted?
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>>522746
Most of the stuff on /t/ is JAVs, 3d porn. Not Hollywood movies and american music if that's what you mean.
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>>522734

So Im thinking about recreating some of these masks in 3d and make pdos, what masks would you like to see first?
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>>522756

Also, if you have tips on how to improve the masks and make them more realistic/different than the wintercroft ones feel free to share.
Original designs and concepts for new lowpoly masks would also be fun to model if you have any sketches
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>>522756
the hare! :).

Idea for new one: a crocodile, maybe, or a frog.
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I have the stormtrooper one that i can post up. I'll post it when i get home

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also tank thread
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Don't have that, but I do have a type 89 http://girls-und-panzer.jp/img/special/papercraft1.pdf http://girls-und-panzer.jp/img/special/papercraft2.pdf
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>>521295
http://www.bestpapermodels.com/en/papercraft-1-87-ho-sd-kfz-186-jagdtiger-henschel-porsche-variant.html

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Hi /po/. Im wanna know if there is a dual tetrahedron origami that can be made with just one paper. Thank you for the answer, also geometric origami thread.
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>>522672
At least, there is John Montroll who did design one in related book (p. 111, "stella octangula").

Sorry for the poor quality of the scan though. ><

Hey guys, I got this strange desire to make a paper lantern, this looks like a nice one to start with, whatcha think?
Also, lightsources, they're using one of those fake candles, would an led generate enough heat to possibly set paper on fire?

http://www.funtober.com/in-the-woods-paper-lantern/
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also, probably need thinner paper, but I wanted to have one with this design on it.
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Nicely done OP, it looks good. You might want to invest in a brighter light source, but the construction itself looks great, especially for a first time. I might just make one myself. If I may ask, what paper is that you used?
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>>521332
Thanks, yeah it looks a bit dark, but part of that is the camera on my phone, I may try to find just a regular LED.

http://www.michaels.com/floral-nature-origami-megapack-5.875/10463830.html#q=origami&start=4 that's the paper I used, cut in half so its about 6in high by 3in wide, may be a bit off in centimeters
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In the same vein, I've found a tutorial on making paper lamps years ago in DA.
Never tried it so I don't know if it's too brittle. Making using wood sticks like >>521319 did would make it more sturdy.

The idea of Christmas lights on a stand make the light more harmoniously emitted, I think.

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Hey guys, looking for this detailed Godzilla 2014 papercraft. Would anyone have the full model by any chance? Really want to build this guy for my Godzilla collection!
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>>522576

You have to donate or buy his T-rex model and he will send you the passwords.
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>>522580
I'm not looking for the passwords for the T-rex, I'm looking for the passwords for the Godzilla parts 2 and 3 that are locked....
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>>522603
well,aparently you can't read.
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His T-Rex model is worth the money (like $5)
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>>522604
apparently you're correct...didn't see I had to buy his T-Rex for the password...

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Hi, I'm fairly new to this. What are the best sites to search for models? I usually get stuff here or on http://papercraft.wikidot.com
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>>517939
>#####archive######
inb4 b&
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>>517990
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>>517905
I can take gundam requests, or others if you see something you want, but the listing is so big (4.g mb) that pastebin wont take it. So here is a dl of it. Might want to use ctrl-f.
https://mega.co.nz/#!1UcDiCBb!XTMHAh0TiGDVCNZskUXRynxTNb8-AsTn_LtTKN1Km74
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>>517939
If we had a sticky, we should add this to it.

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Hi /po/, hope someone can help me.
I just started building a model, but i'm having trouble with pieces like the one on the pic, it always come skewed. i've cut and bend carefully, glue checking that the edges align and all, but in the end i dont get a simetrycal shape, I've tried to do first one side and then the other, side by side, but no luck.I know that some deformation can happen, but this is very noticeable, so much that there are huge gaps when i try to conect it to other pieces.
Please help guys, what am I doing wrong?
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>>522700

Maybe there's something wrong with the template itself. ha!

I'm in need of your assistance, /po/. I've been making papercraft creations for 10 years now, got my start before this board was even created through random threads on /b/, and I spent a lot of time here for the first year /po/ existed (some of those original creations even survived to this day).

Way back then, had to have been in 2005 since I have pics of it in my college dorm, I had a Nekokoneko craft. It was not, however, the model posted here with this post.It was a different one, which had both cats in a perfect Nekokoneko design, big cat on the bottom and tiny cat on the head.

This design, unfortunately, seems lost to the ages, I can't find it anywhere on the internets, only the design posted here, which is incredibly inferior.

I beg of you, /po/, if any of you have the older craft, please share it here.
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Oh my God! That is it /exactly/! You, sir, are a hero! :D

I'd love to have the lineless version as well, thank you so much. :)
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>>520565
No problem, happy to help

Here's the lineless one
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>>520567
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I'll take a picture when I'm finished building it. It's not amazingly detailed and doesn't have an incredibly high polygon count, but it's at least not a cube with a cat face. It has a tiny cat which fits on the head of the larger cat, which is, again, far better than the cube cat pictured in my original post.
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>>520571

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have you seen these 1:33 scale alice papermodels, usually on ali express,.


anyone done one?

paper models feel temporary. its a lot of money to spend on.
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>>518584
>on A4 which kinda surprised me
Metric paper sizes are the standard used in both the original Polish and the knockoff Chinese countries.

>expecting a booklet but its on individual sheets.
Binding would be an extra bootlegging cost and a convenient product handling feature on authentic merchandise.

>only thing is its not glossy which I was kinda expecting from built pics ive seen.
You only get what you pay for, and often less than what you pay for.

That's not an issue for me as ill try foiling it.

>I got 3/4 sheets of backing card for the frame
>trace and transfer some of it to cereal boxes to test build it first.
Test build on the same material as the final build, otherwise what is it that is being tested? This kit has already been tested many times.
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>>518610
You could cheap it out with the gloss using a spray. Forgot what type though but it's possible making a matte paper look glossy, like those commercial paper packaging.

But yeah, chinese knockoffs are really a bad deal.
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What did you expect, buying a pirated scan of a commercially available kit.
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>>518639
>What did you expect?
nothing. I had zero expectations since I didn't know what to expect.

It serves my purpose as it`ll be covered. I posted what I got to show other people in case they were curious what you get.

>>518624
My conclusion would be go buy the original, I found there are advantages to owning the original in this case.
it was printed on a3, it is kind of metallic glossy, there are correction sheets available and even transparent parts for the glass available. So in the end if you just built it as is you would get a nicer model.
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>>520578
why couldn't you just let it die?!


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