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I want you guys to print out part of this thread and turn it into origami.

You might be wondering why you would make this boring thread into origami.
Well that's because this isn't just some random thread.
This is going to be the oldest thread on all of 4chan!

Have fun.
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First for lazy bones like me. I used this.
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>>563748
save a tree...wait....
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>>563744
Wtf ? Yesterday i posted the navy seal copypasta in this thread so someone would print it and fold it. I was banned for 24h for global rule 3 infringment and my post was deleted.

I just wanted to use some text that was iconic of 4chan's culture, fuck the stupid janitor/mod who did that.

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Does anyone have a Asaro Head pattern for papercraft? Can't seem to find any

>put posters and nice things on the walls
>live in a wet and cold place
>also gets hot when the heaters are on
>every 2 weeks all the posters fall down
>blu tack either looks solid and not squishy anymore
>put them up again
>fall down in a few weeks again

Is there anything better than this without damaging the walls?
I thought you guys will know the pro tips on the matter..
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>>556580
i know you said you don't want to damage your walls but if the humidity is that bad your art is going to be damaged anyways. Get some cheap, light frames and hang them properly. when your leaving get some drywall patch and fix the holes. it's cheap, easy and as permanent as you need it to be.
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Seconding the cleaning the surface. Then layer masking or painter tape on the areas that you'll be using adhesive to stick the poster. The padded mounting tape works best for me. We do this for tradefair booths where we're not allowed to mark the partition walls. Hope this helps.
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>>556580
frame and hang like a civilized people.
>>556603
>maybe there is a way to cover the small holes.
if you cant manage to adult using frames to hang posters, use toothpaste to fill any and all small holes before moving.
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get magnets
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>>556591
>be me
>collegefag
>move in day during August month
>RAs pass out free Command Strip samples
>ask them if I can take the rest of the boxes when move-in day is over
>"sure we'll get more next year"
I'm pretty sure I'll never run out for the rest of my life now.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqXpFAg-W3Y

I want to start bookbinding. This seems like a simple first project. The only problem is that the cover looks too papery.

What covers to paperbacks use? What something that I can archive.
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If you really wanna go hard-ass mode you could try binding it with High quality press board (Like the ones found on Sketch Books) and then wrapping the board in cloth or leather.
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bookbinding is pretty easy, I can recommend this lady's channel, she covers a lot of topics like different binding styles, what papers to use etc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERhZGHQtCCk
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>>563839
Most annoying music I've ever listened to.

Friend asked for origami pleasiousar. Any ideas? How do?
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>>563647
Not an expert, but couldn't you just modify a crane somehow, give it a longer neck and tail
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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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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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Is there anything we can do?

It's been close to 10 years since I've done any papercrafting. I was excited to see that nintendo papercraft still existed, but almost every link is dead and it seems like a majority of those awesome papercrafts are lost to time.

Is there anyway we can combine resouces to either track them down or upload / re host them as a community?

I'm not sure where else to turn and the nostalgia is killing me. I can't help but feel like I missed out on a lot of great models.
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cursed thread don't open
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>>560480
thanks
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what kind of reflective shit will work with the IR sensor
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>>560449
?
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>>563833
He's referring to the Nintendo Labo thing that was announced a few months back, /v/ raided the board for a bit due to it.

Hey anons, Does anyone know how to do the jumping frog in the video from the following link (It is an origami frog that jumps by its own):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7X2yzTadb5A

I have been looking like crazy, but havent found any tutorial of how to do it, could any of you help me?
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>>561641
Yeah, but the thing is how does it jump by its own?, I know that maybe they used some gue, but, iI tried that and didn't work :/
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>>561694
What makes you think the frog from that video really jumped by itself instead of it being a trick?
It's a movie, you can't trust anything happening there.
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some sort of rubber band timer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpyl8zQ0yts
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something like this
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>>561703
he's supposed to be doing irl magic tricks
>>561640
either rubberbnd timer or very stiff material in the legs and an adhesive that wouldn't hold for too long

of course on screen they show neither of these. the back of the frog is not compressed and no timer was left behind from throwing it

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What is the best program like pepakura for mac? Is there anything specifically geared towards papercrafts and is really easy to use?
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Use wine
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>mac
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>>563779

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How'd I do /po?
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Here's another project. Not 100% happy with how it turned out, but it still looks prettt neat
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>>562487
Lol, nice
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>>562462
Doc?
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>>563236
Doc? I don't understand
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>>562462
Merci docteur.

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If I make a bit of origami from construction paper, is there an epoxy or resin or something I can shellac it in, to make it resilient enough to actually use as a pencil holder or whatever? Rubber cement maybe?
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I use modpodge for some things, dries clear

There was a video trending on Youtube recently of a guy cutting a photo of a dog into strips and removing every other strip. This was done manually with hands and scissors.

I forget the name of it.

Hoping someone can link the video.

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Based on vestments is in 1:18 scale and smaller made from scratch never been done before Eastern Rite Catholic/orthodox/Byzantine style
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>>563308
Please don't sage me I'm just an autist with a love of Byzantine and medieval Russian clothes.
If you can suggested a better place to share my creations, cause of how niche they are.
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>>563317
maybe /fa/. if not, /fa/ might be able to help you find a home.

i don't care about clothes at all. but this isn't the place for it. /po/ is papercraft and origami.

and we're all autists here.

good luck trying to find a home, and post back here if you do find a home. it feels good knowing that a fellow autist found a home.
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>>562752
I've been looking at this thread for nearly a week and it's only occurred to me that you're making a doll-sized clothes. Which I think is cute.
Walk us through the construction OP. It evidently looks like you just... taped on... some of the emblem stuff. Perhaps you could get refined results if you sewed on some patches of that design, if you could make or obtain those.
I don't know, this is cute and weird to me. Bless you OP.
>>563332
This is probably about as /fa/ related as it is /po/ related, perhaps even /toy/ related.
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>>563336
Thanks anon, thank you very much.
Yeah it's like you guessed it was made its on the money, I'll check out/fa/ like you suggested, thanks for not being harsh like some of the previous posts were.
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>>563259
yeah this is totally /fa/ here not /po/, sorry anon better luck next time.

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In remembrance of the last paper planes thread, which just so happened to be one of the oldest boards on 4chan that passed away quite recently, this thread will serve as its successor. Hopefully this thread won't be prematurely bumped into oblivion like the last one did.

Anyways, this thread could serve as a sort of "Paper Planes General". Feel free to post your designs, .pdf files, and folding instructions. Anything goes as long as it flies or at least looks like its supposed to.
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>>561868
does anyone have a pdf of the plane from porco rosso, the Savoia S.21? I would really like to make it.
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Canons free white wings, very good flying characteristics. Should be made of heavy paper.
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>>563600
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>>563601
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>>561868
I am just leaving this homepage here. I build already nearly all of these jets and they even can fly.

http://ojimak.web.fc2.com/hanger.html

If it asks for a password, its "ojimak"

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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