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My girlfriend and I are going as Akatsuki members for Halloween, with me being sasori. I was curious if anyone had any ideas on how I would go about making the third kazekage puppet, because im at a loss of what to do. pic releated

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This took me 5 years
How did I do ?
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Bretty gud
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>>564847
Ngl better than what I could do

>>564848
Are the axles made from straws? Looks like it. That'll probably wear down the main body through friction real fast.
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>>564847
not bad. could have perfected it in another 5 years, though.
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>>566134
?
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>>564848
Same. I would've sprung for the EX too. This looks like the economy model.

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I'm curently doing the frog of satoshi kamiya (pic related). The belly of the frog is shaped by a crimp (or a pleat ?), making it 3D. Problem is, the belly tend to point inward the body instead of outward. I could use methyl celulose (MC) but i feel it would not be enough, especially since i'm planning to offer this origami and people usually doesn't handle origami with enough care.

So i was wondering, maybe i could just fill up the belly of the frog ? There is and opening in the mouth through the belly so this is feasible and this would prevent the belly to deflate. As anyone here done something similar ? do you think it's a good/bad idea and also what should i use to stuff the origami ?

Also general modeling origami thread i guess ?
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im folding this too, I was planning to stuff it with cotton balls and mc then take them out to hold the 3d shape. Nfi if it'll work though
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>>565546
I'm interested, what paper/size did you choose ? Kamiya advise to take 35cm square i think but i'm not Kamiya and 40cm is already pretty small for me. This model is made with kraft paper, not the best paper but the colors were just right so...

Don't forget to post pics of your result.
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i used 35 cm double tissue but probably coulda gone smaller. I wanted two different colors but it just turned out green and slightly lighter green :/
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I'm a purist so a lot of models end up looking like shit. This is one of the few models that ends up looking good. Fill it up with paper towels, like a lot. Then use a string to tie it up, over emphasize the shape as it'll become way more relaxed later. After you're done tying the model and letting it contort for a bit. Dampen a rag and place it over your model. You want to make the paper damp but not the paper stuffing damp. Show your final results.
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>>565541
That looks like a difficult model to make.

I've looked everywhere and can't find anything the artist is called Ingrid Siliakus she does some cool stuff but wondering if she had any templates or does she keep this stuff secret?
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>>547093
Is a simple design possible to do with just a scissors? I don’t have any lasers
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>>564830
an exacto knife does a pretty good job
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>>547103
>>547093
Anyone know what kinda laser cutter she uses?

I would love a way to print out multiples of these to give out instead of cutting them all by hand.

Even just simple ones, it would save me an effort.
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>>547093
can i still reply
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>>565811
sure you can.

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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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Try Tadashi Mori darkness dragon, also his phoenix and leviathan are also enjoyable
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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.

Friend asked for origami pleasiousar. Any ideas? How do?
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you asked... not me
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Well it depends, does it need to be an oc? if not im pretty sure you can find some diagrams online. If it does need to be an oc, do you intend for it to be simple or highly detailed? 2d or 3d? It helps a lot if you know what you want to do before trying to create it, it also helps to google image to get a general idea of what the final product might look like. Pic related is by Satoshi Kamiya its a more difficult model but if you can't do it there are simpler versions out there.
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>>563847
cool plesiosaurus.
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>>563647
search in google. there should be some diagrams available.
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>>563847
very nice model.

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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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Nice
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This is awsome!! If there's more to be please post!
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All these are on a dropbox. I'll see if I can find the link.
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https://www.dropbox.com/sh/x2l39e0k5rt3h9z/AADyqFa2312ult5Dif_WqMeQa?dl=0
These are all the 1:270 scale paper craft star wars models. They are made by a guy in France. A lot of them are based on other people's work that he scaled and cleaned up.

If you want other bits for the game, you can get them at https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/103885/star-wars-x-wing-miniatures-game/files

I've built TIE fighter, TIE interceptor, X-Wing and currently working on the Falcon.
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>>556823
heck ya, bump.

How do you start folding when there are no instructions, only a crease pattern? E.g. Robert Lang's insects and shit.
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>>563099
usually just pick one linetype for "in" and the other "out" start creasing, and see how it wants to curl up
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>>563099
circle packing is cool, but wouldn't including them in the CP just clutter up the diagram?
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>>563943
Warning, do not try this with women.
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>>563099
it's all just valley and mountain folds.
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>>563099
????

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i have been into origami for a while now and i feel like i can't find any challenging origami. Anyone have any REALLY challenging origami instructions? Found some cool pictures but i cant find the instructions.
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>>558250
Not every one can fold from a cp alone dumb-ass.
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>>562697
Don't be mean, please.
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>>558208
The diagrams aren't that hard to follow, my dude.
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>>562697
You should be able to learn it tho
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>>558164
pretty cool snail

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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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Origami Boats ...
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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.

Also Johnson Solid thread. (Platonics gtfo)
made out of heavy cardboard and hot glue.
Any tricks to increase precision?
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>>566216
????
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>>566216
Don't use hotglue... BAKA

Someone has the book "PAPER & FORM - ORIGAMI FOR EXPERIENCED FOLDERS
ZSEBE JÓZSEF
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>>557466
that statement is probably correct
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>>558574
i concur
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>>557466
I don't think so
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who
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>>557466
need this please

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someone has the diagram of the bat opus 278 of robert j lang ..?
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>>565789
don't think it's available.

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Origami coyote
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>>565582
>>565583
>>565584
Have you got something against rotating your images before posting them?
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>>565590
anon is living on the equator, that's why those pictures look weirdly oriented.
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>>565582
Looks pretty good. Just need to learn to rotate images.

Hi there, just found this crease pattern, and can not decipher it, can you guys help me fold these two TIEs?
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>>558581
wym?
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>>558581
I have pdf link right here if that is what you mean http://www.starwarigami.co.uk/uploads/2/5/1/1/25118769/tie_fighter__tie_interceptor_cp_1.pdf
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>>558587
they're not square, and i don't have thin enough paper for it if i cut my square in half.
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Reds are mountains, blues are valleys?
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>>558580
needs a bump



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