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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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>>539942
tf, this comment is 2 years old, is Anon even alive?
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>>563084
Is this Ugin melting?

>>563081
>Moderately played, my brother sat on it but still sleeve playable, $120
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How in the hell did a thread from 2016 survive to 2018? Am I going to see this thread in 2019 too?
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>>568003
Given that it's barely halfway to the bump limit, I reckon yes. Also, you should use sage when not posting something important to not increase the bump count.
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>>568004
>a board so slow, you actually have to use sage mindfully
Fucking ace

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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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I feel proud to be part of the oldest post on 4chan
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>>566234
oldest post?
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>160 days old
Time really flies, I saw this thread when it was new.
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>>563744
Of ancient fabric.
Any totorials on a 3D Hakenkreuz, by the way?
I mean..... /po/X/pol/ was meant to be.
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>>567996
it should be easily doable as a raised, brick-like relief on a flat surface... if I weren't so lazy to fold a grid I'd have done it,

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Does anyone here have blueprints or templates on how to make a NES console out of cardboard i would really appreciate it
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>>567841
post results!
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>>567969
Yea i will but it will take sometimes becuase im using it as a menu holder for a video game themed dessert menu which will be a while away
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why make one out of paper when i already have an orginal?
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>be me
>just made comment about having nes
>just fucking brake my original nes
nevermind i need one out of paper.
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>mfw i also have a SNES but thats broke too

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I'm curently doing the frog of satoshi kamiya (pic related). The belly of the frog is shaped by a crimp (or a pleat ?), making it 3D. Problem is, the belly tend to point inward the body instead of outward. I could use methyl celulose (MC) but i feel it would not be enough, especially since i'm planning to offer this origami and people usually doesn't handle origami with enough care.

So i was wondering, maybe i could just fill up the belly of the frog ? There is and opening in the mouth through the belly so this is feasible and this would prevent the belly to deflate. As anyone here done something similar ? do you think it's a good/bad idea and also what should i use to stuff the origami ?

Also general modeling origami thread i guess ?
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>>565546
I'm interested, what paper/size did you choose ? Kamiya advise to take 35cm square i think but i'm not Kamiya and 40cm is already pretty small for me. This model is made with kraft paper, not the best paper but the colors were just right so...

Don't forget to post pics of your result.
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i used 35 cm double tissue but probably coulda gone smaller. I wanted two different colors but it just turned out green and slightly lighter green :/
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I'm a purist so a lot of models end up looking like shit. This is one of the few models that ends up looking good. Fill it up with paper towels, like a lot. Then use a string to tie it up, over emphasize the shape as it'll become way more relaxed later. After you're done tying the model and letting it contort for a bit. Dampen a rag and place it over your model. You want to make the paper damp but not the paper stuffing damp. Show your final results.
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>>565541
That looks like a difficult model to make.
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Thinking of making Robert Lang's Tree Frog out of sandwich paper, do you think making the eyes puff out nicely would pe possible with this paper and where would I push from?

Im making my own Deer head. Currently im putting all parts together, I have chose to glue it using double side tape to make it more clean in finish, but unfortunately tape is keeping to bump away. Do you have any double side tape recommendation? Paper that I used for this papercratf is around 250.
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>>567465

xD

yes

>>Currently im putting all parts together
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>>567465
https://www.instructables.com/id/Create-faceted-paper-objects/

>>567449
There are double-sided tapes that are just the glue layer, nothing else. They are not cheap and you would need a good store or well-equipped online shop to find them, but this is what my deer head (the one in the picture and link) has been built with
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you fake ass hoe youu didnt make that faggot
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>>567541

Thanks for the replay, I like this project, and im happy that you visit /po/.
I was planing to make my own deer head for long time, and finally get right size and colored paper.
Project has some small imperfections in pdf file itself, some parts off head are very hard too fold concretely when paper is around 250/300.

I was looking for some heavy duty tape, but It was hard to apply, I was hoping that gorilla duble side tape, or 3M could hold all the tension.

What is your preferable way of putting model together? From the neck or horns?
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>>567551
try me bitch

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Does anyone have this papercraft?
It was taken down everywhere and I can't find it
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thank you!
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i believe these were done by a guy named Ton-Ton. i made a collection of them 6 years ago in case anyone is interested :)

http://www.mediafire.com/file/m5540edulayixlw/
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>>567861
Thank you!
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>>567861
Thanks!
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>>567861
Anon you wonderful human being!
T(h)anks!

I'm looking for origami husky diagrams, the more husky-esque the better. Pic related
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>>567900
Here's one I found Googling.
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>>567903
Here's another one I found Googling.
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Thanks senpai, I kept looking but I couldn't find that last one anywhere, so thanks!

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how do I get my hands on one of these bad boys (I have a budget)
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>>567713
A blue pen and a ruler
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>>567733
Pretty much this. If you're a poorfag, you can't afford convenience.
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>>567713
just pay 1 dollar at walmart
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>>567713
Is the spiral what's special about it?
I used to buy cheap ones throughout all my life because I barely wrote in them anyway.
In college I found out why they're so cheap, constant use will begin to twist the spiral and break the paper at multiple places; they never make it through the end unscathed and become badly damaged (perhaps I'm also terrible at handling them).
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I don't get what's so special about the one you posted, op. Don't you guys have graph notebooks?

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Hi does anyone have this papercraft
pic related
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>>567849
from what i read it was never released due to copyright reasons.

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Hello /po/.

This may be a kind of a weird thread here, but I think that if anyone can help me, it is you guys.

I am an entomologist, and I need a reliable way to make beetle cards, just like the one pictured here. These cards are used to mount really small specimens, and are used in three sizes, ranging from 5x9mm to 10x20mm.

I thought about using punches or paper cutting dies, but they can't be made with these little round corners. My currently idea is to cut it with a guillotine, but I have not found a way to round these corners (radius of around 0.5mm).

Can you guys help me?

Thank you very much, and sorry for being kinda off-topic.
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>>567548

Well, it is a paper related thing, and this is a place with people that work with paper.
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>>567546
I'd personally use a hand scalpel like the lads in the stencilling thread to round the corners off (maybe 20-30 seconds cutting per slide, providing you have the slides all the size you want them), but you'll probs find more success in /an/, /sci/, /diy/ or /wsr/.
More of an artsy board this, it'd be like asking architectural advice on /i/

Good luck regardless anon, hope you mount some mean fucking beetles
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Make a die out of a stronger material like wood or plastic and stack your blanks up. Then clamp that shit down really tight near the corner and sand it with some really fine sandpaper to match the blanks on top and bottom. Otherwise you could use a mini plane for woodworking to follow the blanks, but sandpaper is way cheaper. That's how you would do a real stack though. Clamp them and wood plane them with a mini plane on a shallow angle and a new blade. Good luck op
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>>567557
>>567561

Thank you both, these are both great ideas. I will try it out. I don’t know anything about papercraft or origami, so sorry for the unrelated topic. I thought it would be at least somewhat related.
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Have you looked at corner rounders from scrapbooking craft shops?

Here's a photo of a cheap one purchased from a China based eBay merchant sent postage free for a couple of dollars to Canada.

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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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Hope you can complete it one day! Somebody has to archive this thread ...
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>>566406
Damn, I wanted to build it. When I read your replies, now it seems impossible.
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>>566406
YOU CAN DO IT OP
GANBATE
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>>566406
Do it lad; by the power of wishing energy, I believe in you

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Hey /po/ I was just wondering how would one go about making a Frankenhole puppet? I absolutely adore the show and I wanted to make one to put on my shelf.
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>>567722
First, you need to find yourself a big log to carve the pieces out of. The damn thing is made of wood, you know. That's DIY shit, unless you are wanting to make a papercraft one.
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>>567724
Shit I thought they were made out of paper. Got damn I suppose you learn something new everyday
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>>567731
Polly Pockets, that's what you get for thinking. Try not to do that too often and you might accidentally get something right.
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>>567724
It's just too damn bad you couldn't make one out of paper. They do have them nice angles.

Hey /po/, Im from /tg/.

I was hoping that maybe you guys and gals could help me. I'm looking for Foamboard templates for buildings and the like, for table top wargames...

Not so much paper craft as foam craft.

I'll post the 2 or 3 building templates Ive found so far as examples.
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>>565068
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>Bugbait's Imperial Bastion
Keep in mind that there are a number of pieces with off sided measurements. ex: the top floor has 4 outcroppings that should be of similar measurement each but it can be clearly seen that this is not the case, you even have mismatched angles on said outcroppings.

use with caution
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>>565564
More Bugbait this time a Fortress of Retribution
again be wary of measurements
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>>565564
It'll be alright.
>>565565
Thanks.
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I posted this awhile back and saw that the link was gone, so here it is again- plenty of paper models for fantasy war-gaming:
https://edoc.site/queue/games-workshop-warhammer-townscapes-1988-pdf-free.html

http://paper-replika.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9334:plague-doctor-wearable-mask-papercraft&catid=73&Itemid=207362

Can you pin this?

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Here is a collection of files I've gathered scale is 1:270 ideal for XWingTMG
Plus they look really cool
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This is auesome thank you for the uploads.
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Nice
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This is awsome!! If there's more to be please post!
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All these are on a dropbox. I'll see if I can find the link.
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https://www.dropbox.com/sh/x2l39e0k5rt3h9z/AADyqFa2312ult5Dif_WqMeQa?dl=0
These are all the 1:270 scale paper craft star wars models. They are made by a guy in France. A lot of them are based on other people's work that he scaled and cleaned up.

If you want other bits for the game, you can get them at https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/103885/star-wars-x-wing-miniatures-game/files

I've built TIE fighter, TIE interceptor, X-Wing and currently working on the Falcon.




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