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Anyone have instructions for paper performance cars?
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One single bump, with my one single image.

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Hey /po/!
I have posted here a few days back and I got some good tips for my papercrafting and I would like to say thanks.

Pic related is a papercraft I made today using toothpick to apply liquid glue, the other one is one I made some time ago using glue stick.

I'm still a beginner as you can see, but I'm having a lot of fun putting thesr together I appreciate that all of you are very friendly. Did not expect kind comments on 4Chan.

Thanks for making me pick up a new fun hobby /po/!
Not bad! Keep up the good work, Anon!

>Did not expect kind comments on 4Chan.
And that's why /po/ is the best board.
Nice start, keep going!
heres your fuck you
fuck you

Really nice progress op keep it up

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What can i make with these paper strips?
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I really love making those lucky paper stars! They are super easy and fun. Takes a while to master puffing them up for some though, but quite rewarding.
You could weave them together or something.
Very quick and easy to make.
It's the best use of straps of paper, and theyre loads of fun to make
Hexaflexagons. Look it up.

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Hi /po/!
I'm a bit confused: I can't seem to understand what the 15th picture here means.
I've been making these cubes for years but I was looking for a step-by-step pic to teach someone how to make them and I've found several that show that 15th step.

When I get to that part I just blow into the opening and I can't possibly fathom what angle of the origami this shows, or how the picture was taken, I don't know what the rectangular flap at the top or the two triangles pointing down at the bottom are.
Posted too early: any help would be appreciated!

The flaps are just spread out. Keeping looking at it you see and understand it eventually.

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So after doing a decent bit of research and purchasing and returning the cricut mini, my girlfriend and I have just about decided on purchasing the Silhouette Cameo 3. Has anyone here had any experience with this machine, or other 2D cutting machines? First time on /po/ and there's no sticky, so sorry if this isn't exactly what this board is for. I mostly stick to /wg/
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It's just a simple fractal based on a design I saw somewhere, but thank you! Here is the cut and crease template, sadly can't post .svg or .dxf here, and I don't have a converter to .pdf. Actually it would be very cool if we were able to upload .svg to 4chan, too.
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damn, that version had small errors which had fixed last week, but only in the dxf version... here's a better one
Bit late so perhaps you figured this out already but you can set the blade to 0, treat it as 1 in the software. Works great for thin papers.

As an alternative, they also have embossing and stippling/etching heads (meant for the curio, but they work just as well on the other machines), or you can use an empty pen and the pen holder.
i have the cameo 3, but with a fresh install the program freezes while loading, or it may finish loading and will freeze during work.. i have windows 7 and this shit is a giant white brick of shit at the moment.
i think you'will have more info on /diy/

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Anybody going to try and recreate this?

(It's also the first time I'd heard of the only-paper.ru papercraft forum.)
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fuck that noise.

heres an Electric Clavichord.
I don't see the point of your post. I mean everyone already know paper isn't the best material for a pipe organ.
Agreed, I don't get your point?
I wondered this too so I watched the video closely and around the 0:55 mark it shows that when you press a key a valve opens and the air from the escapes
my guess is that there is a little paper reed in each tube so when the air goes through it the reed vibrates and produces sound
its pretty cool, I think I'm gonna try making this
I don't think there is a reed in there. Pipe organs don't have reed usually, just like a whistle.

The question i have is : how does he do to maintain the chamber airtight and yet have moving parts ?

Is there any good, inspiring papercraft artists to follow on instagram? I follow a thousand 3d artists, creative coders, game developers, painters, but i cant seem to find anything good with the tag papercraft but stupid cards and other bullshit.
Pic is the AR version of a papaercraft i did for my gf that apparently i took no pics of...
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>creative coders

what do you mean? pls link
I think /po/ is the slowest board so don't worry about bumps. Dont mind me here though, Im just searching for the same thing.
Start with zach.lieberman and instagram recs will get you somewhere. He's great
Thanks for the plug :)

Hey Guys!
Can we start a spring themed thread?
Flowers, easter, raindow... etc.
Have a nice Day! :)

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Anyone have a .pdf of this book?
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I'll look one moment

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Paper Sectonia
also can anyone find a 2D net of mario's head from Super Mario 64

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Anyone knows what model this is?


Not sure who created it, but here is a video tutorial.
ty, just made this for my gf
>tfw no gf to make cute origami hearts for
lmao thats my school

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Hi, i'm new whit all this papercraft stuff. I was thinking to make a stormtrooper amor (will be hard to me because i have never did this before but want to use it at the sw ep VIII premier so, i have time enough).
There are some issues that i have no clear. I want to use cardboard to make the armor (the one whit cereal boxes are made) but. How can i make it stronger? Read on the interneth that can do it whit white glue but im not sure.
Also. How can i make the helmet glasses?
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Anyone got the 3D print files for this? STL or OBJ or anything really? would be super helpful...
why don't you try papel mache? once i printed a pepakura pattern of a mario mushroom and ended adding some layers of papel mache over the cardboard, it looked like a piggy bank or a piñata, but it had smooth curves
For the glasses you could use some clear plastic like from drinks bottles and tint them.
For the glasses use a replacement visor for a welding mask. Just put some window tint on it and cut it out.
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I suggest you start with basic cube models like this. Planet minecraft allows you to make models of MC skins. Pic related, is it

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I never did any papercrafts before but today I put together this little guy and I had a lot of fun doing it. I would like to move onto some more complex papercrafts, but the amount of paper pieces in some scare me off. Got any tips for beginner?
Good job anon!
I am new to papercraft as well, so no advice from me, but if someone has to share I'm interested as well.
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try cubeecrafts or boxpunx to get a better feel for building before you go on to more advanced models with multiple pages. use white glue and a toothpick to apply glue to the tabs. score your fold lines with an old pen instead of cutting them and most of all have patience. practice makes perfect.


and here is my collection of boxpunx

also here are some other random models

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Hello friends! I really need a few of these pages translated from Japanese into English. I tried to make these, but realized I don't know how to put them together because I don't understand the words... I would be super grateful for a translation! You could learn how to make this also )

I'm most interested in making the model on page 3 which takes 12 units. The book is "Modular Origami 2" by Tomoko Fuse, the legend herself.
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Thanks if someone helps! :D
That's the usual way to lock modular units - point in pocket.
What is your problem exactly?

My problem is that there seems to be 2 different types of modular units. One that is folded left in step 1 and another that is folded right. Also, when I fold the units and attempt to lock them together, I can't seem to make them into the shapes of the models, except the tetrahedron.
It's in Chinese not Japanese.
Random guy from /pol/ here swinging by checking for "oops not /pol/" posts, I'll give it a go
>top line: the three horned combinations - the 4, 8, and 20 forms
>block: this is a revised version of an old technique, with step 5 improved a bit so that it's more clear. When combining the 4 and 8 forms, use (inverse fold? Not sure.)
>5: Make sure to crease the locking portion of the fold really well
>do the same thing at both portions

For the second pic, 正 means one direction, 逆 means the opposite direction. Bottom right finished thing is form 4. It looks like the second pic is the old version while the first is the revised version, the same thing.

Third pic, 个 means "of them", so 4 triangles, 8 triangles, 6 squares. 张组合 just means "finished product, displayed".

Doesn't seem to help much honestly. But there you go. Don't come to /pol/.

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Thread origami
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Pajarita 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, etc.?
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Here is the cp for Seth Friedman's pigeon.
This is all you are going to get.
>If you could help find MFPP Conventions 1994, 2006 and 2011
Still no luck on 94, 06 & 11 but I will keep searching for you.
Other issues are also welcome.
still no one for works of yoo tae yong?

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