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First person to suggest a med-intermediate origami model and provide instructions will decide what I fold.
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If your actions depend on what some anonymous stranger in 4chan tells you, then you must have a really meaningless, sad and empty life.
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And you don't?
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>>554005
He obviously doesn't. He comes to /po/

You're welcome
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I think by intermediate you mean any models of between 30 steps up to about 60

Anybody has a layout for a horse head like this one? My GF came up with it, and it would be a nice last minute craft to her
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>>550662
Link pls
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>>550722
thank you!
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>>550722
>Zebra
no thanks anon. I prefer horses.
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Old. Thread
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You can read about it and buy it here:
www.behance.net/gallery/13356575/My-horse-hopes

Here's a zebra head that you can download for free:
http://cp.c-ij.com/en/contents/CNT-0020800/index.html

So you guys ever found the "schematic" or what's it actually called for the little red dragon yet?
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TEACH ME SENSEI!!!
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>>552764
Website for these are found here http://bad-dragon.com//
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thats a damn good dragon

dubs
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All I'm doing at these comments-
wwwwwwww
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>>552766
real answer

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Got a few pdfs taking up space
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>>554374
That's really "a few", anon.
Thanks for that IOIO anyway.

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Folded by me

Ps: There are rules to post here? I can upload anything I've folded? If I'm out of the rules, please let me know!
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>>554317
>It's glue.
could you please elaborate on that ? What type of glue are you using and how do you apply it ? Do you brush the whole model with glue or just at precise points to lock some folds/shape ?
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>>554322
Sure.

It's regular white glue. I don't know how it's named in your country. First of all, I glue some strategic parts, so all parts of the model can stand by itselfs as I want. Once dry, I simply apply the glue from it's own vessel all over the model, then spread with the point of the vessel and fingers or brush.
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By the way. Here follows another old fold of mine: Satoshi Kamiya - Spinosaurus. I recently refolded this model with a 15x15cm square, it gets very tiny in the end. Later I'll take some photos then I'll send here.
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Specs:

Sulfurize paper
~~ 40-50cm starting size
Painted before folding.
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That's some good folding... for a goy.

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Hey, /po/.

I was wondering if you were any good at reverse engineering origami?

There is a wallet called the shosa short 2 and the entire thing is made out of a single sheet of folded leather with a single bolt holding part of it together.

I found out where the bolt is, and i believe i have most of the wallet mapped out until the coin pocket. The coin pocket is driving me mad

I cant figure out how they did it. Ill upload pictures of how i think the wallet is mapped when i get home.

And if you want to know, the bolt is located the end of the leather piece that wraps over the coin pocket.

tl;dr: How to reverse engineer a origami leather wallet.
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>>554323
>How to reverse engineer a origami leather wallet.
Buy one, take pictures for each step while unfolding it, then use your pictures in reverse order to refold it and fold many others too.
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>>554339
I actually already figured out how its folded without buying one. Will put the lay out on here in afew moments

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What should I use to solidify a papercraft? I was thinking about using a brush and white glue, or maybe a brush and clear polyester casting resin, or even just a clearcoat of spray paint. Anyone have any recommendations? Pic unrelated
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I've been laying layers of glue onto this mask for the past two days, and I can say that while it works for perfectly for smaller parts like the teeth, the larger parts still remain wobbly.

At least it's weatherproof though - I've actually fixed parts of my car with just glue and paper this way.
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>>551364
Yeah it really does start to degrade after a while
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>>552722

If you want to do it right

Remake your shit in cardstock. It needs a sturdy base. Put it together with wood glue.

Buy a bottle of "Wood Hardener" for about $10 . It is a very very thin resin suspended in mostly solvent. You'll paint it on in multiple layers. It'll turn your paper into plasticard by the time you're done.
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ide recommend jizz, always sticks my covers together

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thanks

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Feel free to post your collections, your works in progress, or your star hordes! You can find lots of inspiration in the old thread (http://boards.4chan.org/po/thread/515222) Remember /PO/ is a slow board so please don't bump the thread. I created the last thread over two years ago. Here's to two more.
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>>553002
more like 10 minutes you stupid paper wrangler
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>>553764
>being rude on one of the most comfy boards
>being tripfag

ok, 40 seconds speed folding, 50-60 sec without a rush
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Real talk, if it takes you more than 30 seconds to fold a paper star, you need to fold more paper stars.

I bet you still have to look at the strip of paper while you fold, too.
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/po/, anons are saying mean things about my country in /int/. Please come say something nice about my home country and how it is one of the best in the world, thanks faggots

>>>/int/75915251
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I wanna make these so bad, but the idea of doing so intimidates me.

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Can anyone tell me if this is a copywritten model or not? I'm doing Alice in Wonderland themed projects and need a traditional caterpillar fold to use, but since I'm selling them I don't want to run into legal issues.
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>>554078
Have you tried asking the website it's posted on?
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>>554228
The link says patent, not copyright. Two different things.
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>>554251
I did, they seemed confused to be honest and there seemed to be a bit of a language barrier. I think they thought it was ok. To be honest I'd like to find a better version or come up with my own, I am trying a version with styrofoam balls right now.
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>>554292
Is it that you want to publish diagrams, or is it that you want to utilize the model in something you are going to sell?

If the former---better to not do it. If the latter, you can always give credit. It's not like it is some extremely complicated model.
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>>554312
Using the finished model in a physical product.

Airliner thread. Does /po/ like my 1:144 Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental? I designed it myself and am going to rebuild it at 1:72 soon.
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>>549866

One away from satan trips. Damn.
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>>549866
You're welcome. It's very nice anon. And I love the x1. Cool stuff.
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>>547411
The only practical 1/72 747 is made by Aircraft in Miniature. It's made of vacu-formed plastic. There is a resin 747 from Anigrand, but it's got poor reviews and was limited-edition anyway.
http://www.aim72.co.uk/page145.html
https://www.hannants.co.uk/product/TWL7214000
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I love it. Good job.
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bump

Does anyone have any templates or plans for pretty paper-cut lanterns? I'll post some examples. I'd like to add my own stencils/images to them, but I have no basic plan of how they go together...
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Got lost on my way to /pol/ and found myself somewhat intrigued by this place. I figured this might be a nice and quiet hobby that would keep me busy, so I just went and bought pic related. I have never attempted origami in my life so what should I learn first?
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>>553028
>>553031
I made a couple things since.
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>>553049
Let me try that again.
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>>552946
Welcome, enjoy your stay.
Keep practicing, I've noticed about origami is that you can learn each step and at the end you've got a crane, but you havent learned how these folds result in the end piece.
So if you like origami and wanna go places with it maybe learn how origami works.
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>>552946
Paper crane

it has all the fundamentals of almost every basic or classic design. Just remember
>you'll never do it right
>you're never gonna get it right on the first try
>only losers with none existent social lives have this hobby, go do the world a favour and blow your brains out
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Learn the basics: http://www.origami-resource-center.com/origami-basics.html

A good beginner one to try would be... cootie catcher :P Then onto something like jumping frog... then a crane is always good to know... can learn the flapping crane too while you're at it:

Cootie Catcher: http://www.momsminivan.com/article-cootie-catcher.html
Jumping Frog: http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/virtual/origami2/exploring01_06.html
Crane: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/1f/22/93/1f2293fb6e27a4c79dd24afe82814c6a.jpg

Def learn to fold using diagrams... videos go too fast to keep up and sometimes u might not have internet connection to watch

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I've been swamped with all kinds of things for a long time, but I finally managed to finish a new papercraft, for my Advance Wars series:

https://ninjatoes.wordpress.com/2017/07/01/advance-wars-yellow-comet-headquarters/

I hope you like it, have fun building! ;o)
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Please, more! I have build all your advance Wars models and I love them
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>>554261
There might be a copy & paste error on the dowmload page (orange star hq, also in the text).
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>>554274
Whoops, you're right! I fixed the links, thank you for letting me know!

I'm happy you guys like my Advance Wars series, I find it fun to do, and I will definitely keep making them! ;o)
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I usually use Photoshop to erase the folding lines though.

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holy shit
4chan has an origami board?
im in heaven
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>>553966
Here
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>>554023
Then he's too old.
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>>553964
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>>553877
>>553966
Nice dubs
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>>553877
I stumbled on this board while trying to click on /pol/...this board made me forget about politics and want to pursue art.



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