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any Koreans here? where can I get this template file
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I'm Korean
File: http://cafe.naver.com/apaper
Foreigners are not welcome, only Koreans can join
I'm not korean but I was able to get in.
Also got into some other cafe(?)s as well
I'm American

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Ey /po/, one of the new Pokemon from Pokemon Sun and Moon version is Kartana. It looks like this. Can you make it in real life with origami, and if so, how?

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Hands down best pokemon

Isn't is a super beast?
You need to do bird base.
I dub thee: /po/kemon!

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Alrighty /po/, I was gifted a printer that doesn't work, and I want to get a decent one that prints on cardstock. Any recommendations?

pic related, the broken gift.
Scavange the parts of the broken one, if it's a laser printer you can get a useful stepper motor. Also will have good steel rods, gears and maybe a belt. Could probably also get an h-bridge from the circuit board by the motor.
www.staples (.) com/Samsung-M2880FW-Xpress-Mono-Laser-All-in-One-Printer/product_1013936
Dell usually doesn't make the guts of their own printers, but I've never known them to use a print chain that's easy to maintain or fix. They always pick obnoxious finicky ones, that admittedly have good print quality.

Your best bet would be to find a vendor of third party inkjet carts that you can get cheaply on Amazon. Print out the compatibility list of their best priced ink cartridges (at school/work/library, depending on your situation), and head to the thrift store. Even if what you find doesn't have windows 10 drivers, you can almost always get it to work in cups (the print system on osx and Linux).

The world is now your low cost oyster!
I recommend you check your sick dubs

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does anyone have Paper Pendulum Clock kit or pattern? I have a kind of kit book but it quality is bad. pls share if you have better. I really want to make this one. thank you!
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not yet dude, the ancora is a problem

Yet another anon here. Thanks for this one guys. I just printed layout on flourescent orange/green alternating pieces. Hopefully i can finish this and show it off here sometime soon.
>Paper Pendulum Clock
Thanks again.

This guy on Deviantart made this and it makes me cringe on more than one level.
I just want to know, if I am not the only one that feels that way.
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It could have been better if he scored the card properly.
Incredibly cringy (Deviantart, color me surprised) but at least he trashed Scars of Mirrodin lands, nothing of value was lost
You're so full of shit
well, anon hasn't responded yet, and i think he may have given up on this thread
(yes, i do check back on this thread to see if anon has responded)
fucking kicking a wall with a nail under my nailbed

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Please hate, don't rate.
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Dude. Be careful not to rip spacetime lol. But this board is so slow it's not that hard to do

it reminds me of many years ago, playing with paper and makers in my father`s office with my sister, trying to build simple stuff, i was 6 or 7 yo and she 12. He helped us with the "complex" stuff, folding paper and adding other materials. I would totally loved something like you have created, it looks like hours of fun. You wanted hate but i give all my love for remind me such a beautiful memories :) bless you Anon.
A simple pop up feature would me amazing, love the colors and the simple shape it has.
this board moves really slow
Excellent. You'll be a mysterious serial Stadium Robber who plans everything in meticulous detail using models - your 10 Most Wanted nickname will be "The Paper Guy".

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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One away from satan trips. Damn.
You're welcome. It's very nice anon. And I love the x1. Cool stuff.
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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.
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I love it. Good job.

So you guys ever found the "schematic" or what's it actually called for the little red dragon yet?
its western dragon by shukikato
It's red cuz you're all fucking nazis
and you're a dick-sucking son-of-a-bitch rag-head mother fucker
Website for these are found here http://bad-dragon.com//

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10 videos demonstrating working paper engines, including single cylinder, straight 4, v6, v8 rotary and sterling.

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and i thought i was special because i once made a crappy swan in middle school wonder how they get the details in like spikes in the cog
>/pol/ and reddit aren't the same community
What a strange universe you live in.
You are new.

So how are you liking your first day so far?

Great vids OP, cheers

do you guys create you own fresh origami or just copy from books?

I copied some basic things (crane, frog, lotus petal, whatever...) and will do a dragon next but just copying isnt going to cut it for me in the long run.

Can you maybe share some of your own creations if there are any?
Are you fine with just copying?
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I downloaded some mathematics of folding book but havent gotten around to read it yet.
So far I have seen many figure (or whatever they are called) being based on the same first steps

Still just cooking a recipe has no long term value to me.
So despite all the aspects of origame I am very much interested of what is there aside from the step-by-step folding exercises.
i got into oragami backwards i think, i started off just folding paper into weird shapes and stuff then as grew up i started trying to make figurines and such then i started making templates beforehand and try to play it out
Do you have some pictures of your own inventions?
Hello is this the board with the nazis and racisms?
yes. all these paper and origami threads are here just to mask the fact we hate fuckin jews and love hitler. dumbass.

How would you go about making cardboard or paper armour for a generic teddy bear
this is a 'cute as heck' bump from a casul observer
Personally as a cosplayer, I would wrap it in something to make a stencil from (like aluminum foil or paper/masking tape) and then use that stencil to cut out whatever cardboard or paper armor design you want
Try /clg/. They're the expert for cosplay armor.

Thank you anons
Its because mods keep banning people who get linked here when they mistype /pol/

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Anyone have instructions for paper performance cars?
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One single bump, with my one single image.
Here is a good page, its in japanese but is the best i have:

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Sup /po/.
I found the instructions for this papercraft, and now I want to build it. I never tried making papercrafts before, so here's a list of stupid questions:

>what kind of paper should I print the parts on?
>what kind of tools do I need?
>what kind of glue should I use?
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You will often find many parts too small for tape.
You will find that tape will not hold as well as glue.
You will find that tape will make the model look bad. The tape will stick out.

Use tape only in the simplest of attachments, areas that requires no folds, temporary place holders, or if you are just really lazy.
didn't there used to be a sticky for these inquiries?
>remembers playing crimson skys
>op af plane

seriously i need to find more of those, that game was the shit
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OP here. If you mean games, then they made a sequel for the first Xbox called Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge.

If you mean papercrafts, then have the one in OP. I had to dig the internet to find it.
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There's also the Pandora.

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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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Put your model in the freezer?
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I really don't want to make another thread for this, but is there any truth to the meme white glue paper craft falls apart after 5 years? I'm starting to do much more complex stuff and I would like it to last.
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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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