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Sauce of this cuties?

Also. Easy, short and cool origami.
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>>524422
you suck
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>>524422
you need more practice
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>>524432
no, u
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>>524351
Tried this one
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>>524883
Looks good!

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What other ceaase pattens than his dragenfly in JAOS 2015? tks

Hey po I've been trying to find more models by ol' man kosho uchiyama, apparently he was a great origamist apart from being a religious nut.
It would be very helpful if you could help me track down actual models of his and not just refrences to noa magazines.
I give to you one of my favorite foliages by none other than tomoko fuse, I know it's not her usual but she exploits the central twisting of a blintzed bird base like some kind of yoshizawa!
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>>524674
well to be more precise I guess it would be a justin deformation of a bird base on a blintzed paper
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so no takers?

Ive been looking for that scatter gun around and cant find anything, i really wanted to make one and turn it into a festive one with all the extra Christmas lights ive got laying around
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>>524256
Are you talking about a gun from Team Fortress 2?
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Yes he is
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I've looked for similar tf2 weapon papercrafts in the past and the best thing to do is just upload the hex into something that can simplify it

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Hey /po/. I actually make some paper shoes for my own project. Do you know where I can buy a lot of color paper in Europe for some nice price?
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office supplies store

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Hey guys, is thr anyone who knows about making this type if shit ? And they r works, I mean flies
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>>524651
>And they r works, I mean flies

What kind of grammar trickery is is this?
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>>524672
Don't care about this) I meant works
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>>524672
After few couple of days we r going to launch them,
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Is there a recommended type of paper and cutting utensil for paper cutouts? I'm working on >>523422 >>523423 right now with some basic scissors and I can't really cut out the thinner nooks and crannies. On top of that, normal printer paper is very flimsy, so the cutout just kinda sogs around.
Any help would be appreciated, and I apologize in advance for my newfaggotry
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>>524825
First, there are actually different ways to measure the paper weight, like how much it weights a single sheet of 1×1 metres, or how much weights 500 letter size sheets. For practical purposes, the higher it means the paper is sturdier, requires more ink to obtain accurate and durable prints, and is more expensive. It should be also noted paper =! cardboard.

However, that doesn't mean higher is always better. Certain paper are so dense they try to come back to their normal "flat" position, so without a load of glue and pressing together for quite a while, they may pop back and break the model. And folding them into angles leaves a notable wrinkle, and it may "break" the outer layer, so it looks like it was ripped apart, rather than cut. Cutting it with normal scissors usually produces the same effect, so for delicate models is a poor choice, as it's difficult to work with and the "breaking apart" ruins the details.

See pic related for a clear example. Believe it or not, at distance it doesn't look that bad and my wife really liked it, but on close inspection...

Now, your typical printer paper is 75gms, better know as bond paper. Is actually the recommended paper for beginners projects, because is cheap, easy to handle and more durable than what you give credit. However, for the specific project you're describing, it would be better to pick a bit higher. I would suggest 90gms, better known as craft paper. For reference, in many places is employed for grocery paper bags, the brown type. Obviously, there are also white and other colours. Now, if you really want to go higher, I would suggest printing it on regular printing paper, and then gluing it into cardboard.

As for cutting, acquiring a x-acto knife grants better control. It requires a bit of practice, but is easier to made more precise and fine cuts.

Hope this helps.
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>>524826
>>524828
Thanks dudes.
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>>524841
A link to a guide. I didn't save it though, unfortunately.
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>>524842
You're not losing that much anyway. Is a decent read with a few paragraphs going deep deeper into certain topics, like papercraft history and such. However, there are other pages with specific information, like these:

>www.papercraftsquare.com/faq/paper-model-tools-and-materials
>www.paperandmore.com/content/understanding-paper-weights
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>>524848
Thanks plenty anon.

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What is so great about hoophys and how can I find them all? Is there some sort of list or something? The website doesn't seen to have them all...
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>>524735
Servido San Juan Vergas osea SAN VERGA!!! ja-ja

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Since someone left them on /toy/, I figured I'd repost them here. Unfortunately, while I have the PDF versions, they're all far too large for hosting here, and I've no idea where else to host, so it's just jpegs for the Revoltech stuff that was dumped.
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Can you upload the .pdf into some cloud service? Like drpbox or mediafile?

Thanks for these.
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>>524749
I don't have an account I can use, but I'll look into it when I get out of this semester. Too many projects piling up as it is right now.
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>>523420
Wait, Getter Go actually fought Dinos? Either way thanks anon, I need this for my Neo Getter regardless.
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>>523421
I really wonder if Yugioh's artstyle was inspired by Getter. I couldn't stop thinking about older Yugioh monsters whenever the Invaders showed up in Armageddon.
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Thanks for these, OP. By the way, how hard are they to make? I just came in from /toy/ and I'm not the best at origami. Also, is there any more stuff in terms of robots like Eva, Getter, Gurren Lagann, etc?

>>523975
Robots make for good toys, especially when they have metal.

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Hey /po/, i'm looking for cardboard mannequin template. Any help?!
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more information is here : d-torsoshop.com/en/what-is-d-torso.html
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OP could also have checked po, and found there was already a cardboard threat and at least ask there.
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thanks, I found the templates
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>>524807

I tried looking for them but couldn't find them.

Could you please point me in the right direction?

can some one help me?
im looking how to make roman columns from paper for an project..
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That'd be pretty easy to model from scratch, it's basically cylinders, cubes, and polygons with a lot of sides. I've also seen lots of models online for buildings, it's usually for games and stuff
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https://www.google.com/search?q=roman+column+paper+models&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=F7MnVZC-KZDdsASGoIGwDA&ved=0CB4QsAQ&biw=1476&bih=1304#imgrc=_
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thank you sooo much!
but i already found some..

Hello /po/
I'm looking for some entertaining papercraft board games..any suggestions?

thanks.

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how to make a origami dildo?
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1 guy 1 jar
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>>523860
lol
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>>523860
It turns him on.
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>>523739
I support this quote!
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Paper cuts, that's all I can think of right now

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What program i can use to model my house then print it and make a 3d paper model ?
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batcat
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Pretty much any 3D modelling program. Blender is free. Then you need Pepakura Designer, import your house model into that.
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Google sketch up ?
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thank you guys

can someone point me to a file for Majora's Mask? the ones i got on google search turned out to be viruses (avast saved me) so im a bit wary about where i download from. please guys? i really want to try this pepakura thing and i think Majora's Mask would be a good starter project.
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Ninjatoes is good
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>>524775
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>>524776
thank you.
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Only the actual mask? If not, nintendopapercraft has quite a few.


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