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Looking for lightbox templates other than the ones from here. http://otakucrafts.blogspot.ca/2015/03/lightbox-templates.html (my pic is a rough test based on one from there)

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Hey po/ do you know where i can find the last version of pepakura designer 3.1.8 full with the patch to view locked models? thanks a lot for your help
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Thanks for your answer and excuse me again, but with this it says at the end of their posting and their patch ....

Also apply the patch or what has to be done on their part with hex editors?

I mean this paragraph:

"For anyone who cares, I discovered something interesting while debugging the code path for the new PDO format:
PDO byte files Contain That tells Pepakura Whether it's locked or not, in previous versions it would validate esta value Against a hash of the password salted to make sure You Had not tried to tamper With the file and unlock it manually. With the "upgraded" PDO format they've Introduced in 4.0 the hash check is completely missing, so you can just open any locked PDO made with Pepakura 4.0 in a hex editor, change the byte at 0x44 to 0 and Pepakura Have open it without complaint. "

Thank you for your patience / understanding, attention and help.
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>>538280
>>538278
You don't have to worry about that bit. It's just some technical info I thought people might find interesting. The patcher program handles everything, no additional effort required on your part.
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>>538282
Thank you indeed for your time and patience.

Also for sharing this cool patch... Personally, do not use it to sabotage to designers or artists trying to steal his works, perhaps just changing the size of them or remove / put the lines.

Greetings and thank you again.
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>>538244
Seems like they fucked up support for some version 3 pdos too.
I get "failed to open" on a bunch my old files. Confirmed it's not a problem with your patch, happens with the original .exe too.
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Thank you!

So I've been shelling out a shitload more for printing than I probably should at Kinko's and I want to get a halfway decent printer for printing my own models out, but I have no idea where to start. What do you suggest?

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I found instructions for the cosmosphere finally
figured you'd want in
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>>538208
Those came from Tanteidan Convention #10, so not rare.
But thanks for contributing anyway!
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>>538208
yeah it's literally an elaborate icosahedron. P cool, considering how close it looks to a sphere.

Pic semi-related

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po/ I'm looking for realistic bird templates for a project, pic realated
im trying to keep costs down so i am unwilling to pay for templates if possible, if anyone has anything along these lines, would much appreciate
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>>538329
another one
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>>538330
give me another one
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>>538331
lol dude ur fuckin memeing right now
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>>538332
triples for globby haha! :^)

i did it lol
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>>538333
absolute madman

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Someone who can help me with a patch for Pepakura Designer v4.0.0 to crack or break the security password to read files or models that come to have so editing.

Thank you very much in advance...
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Oops, didn't see this thread, see my post here:
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>>538245
Thanks dude ... You're great !!!

Just a question ... the patch is applied and apart must be opened with a HEX editor to implement and change it from 0x44 to 0 for the Pepakura Designer open it without complaint ????

Thanks in advance for your answers....
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>>538280
Nope. If you apply the patch, you don't need to do anything else.
0x44 bit is just for information.

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From /pol/
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>>536683

its right above you jesus

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>>536683
The original swastika does, anyway. The Nazi's version is flipped. How did you not know it wasn't the same symbol?
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>>534993
Looks like fucking shit. Faggot
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>>537058
>The original swastika does, anyway. The Nazi's version is flipped.
Christ. Nazi appropriation was shit but so is this massive ignorance surrounding the symbol.

The Swastika aka the Sun Cross is an ancient symbol with home in, but not limited to, the Ancient Greeks, Romans & "Byzantines", Illyrians, Etruscans, Baltic peoples, Celtics, Germanics and Slavic peoples in all of which it is found in many forms including "both ways".
Finds go all the way back to the Indus Valley civilization later on to the early Hellenes on to the Germanic Iron Age, and well into the medieval era.

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who could put a media file or some file share site peferably zip or rar thanks
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bump for OP.

looking for the same

this has to be the weirdest request. This is for a friend and i am not sure what he is asking for but he wants a Gambit Mask. google gives me nothing. any DIY alternatives?
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>>538233
Couldn't find any papercraft, but a few diy with ski masks like http://ne0ven0m.blogspot.de/2011/01/my-gambit-costume-v-10-wip.html which look decent enough since paper wouldn't look good
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>>538242
thank-you! i will show him that and see what i can do.

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i have more if anyone want's em
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piss on it or me
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bump :^(
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not sure if thread related but.. back in 2002-2003 something like that my friend found a book of cut & glue flying paper aircrafts on hard paper (a paper more strong, pardon me for my English)

and boy, did they fly.. but even though i've searched through the interwebz I couldn't find any worth print plans.. does anyone knows something about it?

They did ressemble something like this
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>>538234
The name is Whitewings. Some are made only from paper, and some have paper glued to apiece of balsa wood.
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>>538240
>Whitewings
thanks!

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Hi /po/, I'm looking for someone who is experienced in making articulated papercrafts. Im a huge fan of the Netflix Daredevil and aside from a few of those vinyl PPP figures there's not much in the way of merchandise. So I figured why not make my own? I have a 3D model ready and stuff I just need someone who can convert it to papercraft and add some joints. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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>>537490
https://youtu.be/6WtpUDyntdg
Heres a video showing how to make one like this
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>>537491
Thank you! I may give this a try. I've been trying to get the model from Marvel Heroes but unfortunately my computer has a virus now :( I'm posting from my phone>>537491
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>>537700
Hope your computer be fixed soon
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>>537393
Hey do you have any news?
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>>537755
Bump

Hey /po/ I'm new to origami and I'm wondering what is the best paper to use for folding? I only have printer paper so far.
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>>538178
Opposite day
>pic related
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>>538188
>But yellow paper is honorary white paper too
Nah, yellow paper is just old shit quality white paper, only good for a fire starter
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if your just starting, i personaly would stick with printer paper becuase its cheap, and can buy in large packs, as well you can make reasonable large squares out of it to practise with. Its also fairly durable so it takes refolding quite well. Then move on to origami paper after you become fairly confident with it.
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>>538178
This is good starting paper, fairly cheap
http://www.michaels.com/origami-color-paper-assortment-megapack/10463827.html
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>>538215
Cheap? You can get thousands of sheets for the same price in dollar stores or online.

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A few years ago I found an origami pouch that looked like this, as far as I can remember. Does anyone know what this model is?
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Maybe you mean a "paper cd case?"
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>>537734
that's not it, it was definitely 3D
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>>537742
>impliying this is not 3d
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>>537784
As in, not just flat layers of paper. The base and sides opened up like a gift bag.

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I am looking for a few (for me) hard to find car models from the excellent Czech Magazing ABC that contained card models in their pages.

The 3 I am having trouble finding are listed:

Fiat Ritmo Abarth (Volume 23 published in 1978)
ABC Epsilon ( Miura Racing ) unsure...
Lotus Espirit (supposedly published in Volume 40 in 1995).

Images posted. Starting with the Epsilon.
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I need all of them, they are so nice
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I first started into paper car modeling today. This is my first attempt to a decent replica.
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>>538099
I found all the instructions on a page named papercraftsquare. There are lots of stuff like this
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The Bimmer looks nice! 1:24 is a nice scale!

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I would like to yellow some pieces lightly, with as little crumpling as possible. do you have any tips?
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>>537344
just wait 30 years, how hard is that ?
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>>537344

Acid in the paper turns it yellow over time.

Try speeding the process with some acid.

don't over do it.
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used tea bags
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Tim Holtz Distress Ink pad, or stain in "Old Paper", results in a cool-toned greenish yellow.

"Tea Bags" is the colour-way I prefer, it's a warmer-toned, brownish yellow.

"Vintage Photo" is a darker brown.

"Brushed Corduroy" [I think that's the name, it for sure has the word corduroy in it] Is a sickly greenish taupe colour.

Ink pads can be purchased in any craft/hobby store, or online. The "mini" size is more affordable and sufficient. They last a very long time.

If you'll be yellowing/aging paper a lot, I strongly recommend their new round tool with foam pieces to get good coverage and have more control.

If you'll only do this a couple of times, I recommend inexpensive triangle make-up sponges available at most pharmacies/drug stores.

If you spray or mist the page after applying the Distress Ink, the ink reacts with the water for some very neat effects. But, the paper may warp/bubble as it dries. This is easily remedied with an iron on a medium setting.


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