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Guess what just leaked.
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it's only the pdo's, but here it is

much appreciated!
Does anyone actually build this shit or it's just to add to collections?
I plan on building a couple, mostly this and the Unicorn also by June, but I am out of printer ink atm, so I am waiting till a sale to not pay $90.

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Since someone left them on /toy/, I figured I'd repost them here. Unfortunately, while I have the PDF versions, they're all far too large for hosting here, and I've no idea where else to host, so it's just jpegs for the Revoltech stuff that was dumped.
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Seasonal room 2.
That's it for now, image limit reached.
So these are articulated paper crafts? Would you mind sending me the PDFs via email? stefm577@yahoo.ca
No, they're playsets. Layton's has a swappable backdrop for beyond the doors of the tea house.
These are pretty neat. Thanks for the contribution.

BTW, what's the deal with robots and /toy/? I see a load of these.

hi /po/, anyone have a link to this starscream model? thanks!
This is by shun8500 aka Goldenglue. Not sure how the release of this one was handled, but it could be by leveling up at Razor's Edge.
any clue at what level could it be??

I'm looking for Viking Horde stuff please. It looks really cool and i wanna give it a go.
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There are print and play files for this. Even though the images here are the Pre-Cut items.
link for buy?
Also interested in this.
It seams that all backers of the campaign got a login to a download website. Hopefully a kind soul will share something eventually.
Bump! Still looking for this

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I search this model
I need instructions of folding
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I learned this when Mabona taught it at OUSA.

The gif will get you pretty far, but I remember some pretty tricky stuff with collapsing the tail and back legs. You'll need to find some reference pictures of the back for sure.
How the hell do you even read this? Is there an actual guide somewhere? I really want to learn
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There's no step by step vector diagrams if that's what you're asking.

The crease pattern houses most of the folds of the model in a single image.

It is a much more efficient mode of communicating origami instructions.

Google crease pattern tutorials.

Pic related. A crease pattern is the same thing.
no instructions, you just fold on all the lines and once done see if you can figure out how it goes together. it'll kinda want to collapse and you just guide it
its just like unfolding and flattening out something you've previously made and photocopying/marking where all the lines are(and direction) and trying to remake it without knowing the order.

just like it because thats the thing that it is.

i suck at similes

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how to make a origami dildo?
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didnt that guy get left in vietnam
Looks like a paper woman, womans for womans....
NSFW in SFW board... Think again. These threads always die.

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someone has the diagram to bend the Hon fai chan jacky gargoyles

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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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well it seems that I stumbled onto some gundam afteral

there are some more of them on this site

this is one too (ms 18E kamfer)

you will probably find more if you search moe's
bump ?
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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.
If we had a sticky, we should add this to it.

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Anybody know where I can get a good papercraft of a axolotl?
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this is not a dragon
i am disappointed
Did I just get transported back to 2007?
get off da board keiran
hahaha mudkip. That's a good one though

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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Is this the one you mean? If so, I also have a version without the fold lines
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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No problem, happy to help

Here's the lineless one
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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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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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>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.
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.
What did you expect, buying a pirated scan of a commercially available kit.
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>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.

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.
why couldn't you just let it die?!

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Board got wiped. General Gear Thread!

What are you using?
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Metal rods... metal tubes, anything tubular
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Polished the tip to have a very slight radius to prevent tearing of fibers when tracing creases. It was actually a 'seal pick' I found in the trash, but as only the straight pick remains, it's basically a scribe.
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I didn't think about it much till now, but here I go:

I have a 'proper' stylus too, but I never use it. The ball is too big, and it seems rough on the straightedges. The neat thing about a rounded conical point on a scribe is you can change the radius of the tip by changing the angle of the scribe. On thick, spongy paper I want a big wide indentation, so I practically lay the scribe on the paper when I use it. When I scribe thin, stiff paper, then I want a small precise indentation. I angle the scribe much higher. Image is looking the scribe head-on in the two situations I described.

I'm not saying this is the best way to do it, it just works well for me.

some batman papercraft.
Love it!
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another one
>no nipple


Anyone have the model for this Never Ending Pie Throwing Robot? I want to build one of these higher designed ones for Pi day.

Here's the link although the DL link no longer works.

Here you can find that and more ADVENTURE TIME
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thanks once again LEX :)
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There is because trying to help whenever I can. Take care of you, greetings, peace, health and joy... enjoy yourself very much!

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I'm trying to put together a cosplay for an upcoming anime convention (Anime Boston). I have a couple pictures and a few sections of Pepakura files but does anyone have a full Megazord Pepakura? Any help would be appreciated!
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Well I'm not an expert, but how about these:



I have been searching the internet about two hours a day for three days for those EXACT files. This place works wonder. Thank you so much.
That transformable MegaZord holy shit.
couldn't find download links on those sites but i did end of finding this for you OP

The links show up when you login with facebook or twitter on the actual download link.

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