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Summer is coming, I was fidling with paper and Then I thought: "What fancy fan could I make?".
Feel free to share any instructions you have or can think of. Complicated is fine, as long as it is fancy.
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The problem is that it is complicated to find something on the internet that has a good balance of usefullness and style.
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What do you think they used as the sticks?

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https://youtu.be/MhxJ-pKjVI4


Dose anyone here know the name of the model or where i can find the instructions.

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Just got this, what am I in for?
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>>559591
I appreciate that a lot, I ordered some folding paper online for when I'm done with the book
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With the addition of piggy, bunny and a penguin, the book is complete. I'll be getting folding paper in the mail soon and then I will try something more challenging.
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I took a break from Origami due to work getting in the way, but I've finally made something that's not from a childrens book. I followed this video from happyfolding:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmE1sFAUf9M
>>559539
Thanks for the suggestion!
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Had some free time and decided to make something, I tried to follow this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YFt7Unj884
I failed at some of the later steps but at least it can stand up. I think this one was too advanced for me.
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>>561633

It looks a little rough, but it seems to be a complicated one too.

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Anybody here who has experience with 3d printing for figures?
Are consumer-grade printers good enough to deliver acceptable results?
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You can't print paper in 3d.
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It's very difficult to find a good printer for models as fdm pronters(the cheaper ones) have very noticable layers and require a lot of post processing to make it lo9k like what you want. SLA printers like the ones from formlabs can provide very high resolution models but are only really worth it if you plan on constantly printing as the resin in the tub is suspect to ruining over time.
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>>564268
Light cured resin printers are getting cheaper and I think the general business model is to charge more for the resin. Anyway, the cheaper light cured set ups will use what is effectively an LCD monitor, possibly with a UV bulb (depending on the type of resin it's designed to work with.) You can expect them to run about 4-500USD on the low end. There were a couple of systems that were close to making it to the market, touting a 100USD price tag but one fell apart due to reported internal theft and the other one can't seem to program for multiple platforms (the ONO3D printer.)
The ONO3D did look promising. It relies on a cell phone for its light source and patterning though, so the footprint isn't huge. Just big enough for the bulk of gaming minis and the like though. You can likely build a 1/24ish scale or maybe a 12" action figure if you print in parts though.
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>>564269
https://3dprint.com/44531/3d-models-glue-and-paper/

http://www.tested.com/tech/3d-printing/460956-bits-atoms-how-3d-printing-paper-works/

It's called SDL (Selective Deposits Layer / Selective Deposition Lamination) or Laminated object manufacturing (LOM), and has been in use for decades.

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>like geometrical origami more than figurative/animal origami
However
>I don’t like folding huge grids for tessellations or making tens of modules for modular constructions
>I enjoy the process of folding a figurative model, but hate shaping it, since I’m not an artist and it comes out looking bad
This means that the only models I would completely enjoy making are the really simple ones without any shaping, and those are not interesting to me or anyone else at all. Is there anyone with the same feelings?
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>>561552
I'm op and thanks for the pdf m8
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>>561489
file deleted?
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>>563944
I'm OP and I don't even remember what it was, perhaps a meme? I don't know.
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>>561552
I can now access the O C T A H E D R O N
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>>561489
I used to be a big fan of modular origami as well. I tried a lot of different designs and this one stood out as the one I liked the most. If someone can find the instructions it it's pretty easy to make and more stable than a lot of other designs once you put it together. You can make a cube with 6, a star with 12, and a larger star with 36 (? I think). However if you try to make shapes any larger than that it becomes unstable.

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These are on sale at my local store for ~15€ each.
#3, #4 and #5 on stock and sale.

Are they any good and useful?

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hi /po/

does anyone have the scans for

http://home.att.ne.jp/wood/lunatica/index.html

there were some from the archive back from 2014 but the link died

also are there any more who did touhou papercraft stuff other than ssa and lily?
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Nice to meet you, 2019.
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Creme was here
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>>557123
seconded
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Any chen ones?
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>>546976
does anyone have template for this patchy? the one posted before is for different model (and without instructions)

I made papercarft of some of the operator's in game icons. Grab it here:
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=1oYtKQkAmqo_D3wiaqN25g4clKyOHCTwo
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>>562654
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>>562655
Wow last but not least tachanka
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I really, really like these images. Nice work OP!
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>>561978
SAS boys, best boys. Looks really good, OP.
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These are very lovely, gonna try making my own during this week. Do you plan on doing season pass operators too?

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I really need this community's help people. I want to download this sick thing and make into a printable model for me, but the model that was on the net got deleted. Please, anybody has a ripped model of this or knows where to get it? Thanks guys
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>>563969
I mean this from the bottom of my ding-dong diddly heart. Please for the love of God have sex.
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>>563969
I might be able to whip something small and simple up, but are you wanting it life-sized?
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Actually I wanted it to be life-size. Just wanted to check if anybody has it, because I got a really simple model I found already. But I saw a guy make an exact replica of it with all the textures and it was removed from the site sadly and I can't seem to find it. Didn't wait to trouble anybody, just wanted to ask if somebody might have that old file of the replica :) thanks

So i am thinking of deconstructing this video to recreate this popup card ad that I saw online. Seems like a very simple square interlaced lace doily. Simply interested in the challenges it might provide.
Has anyone ever decided to purchase one of these cards for their mothers, possibly in the attempt to pass it off as original work?
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Here are a few other shots from the ad.
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Seems like it would be good for many occasions.
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I imagine with all of the other bullshit ad work being posted, /po/ is of a more critical thinking conglomerate to see the same challenges I saw when this bullshit presented itself on my adware. For those upset with the massive company name drops in the pictures. I'm sorry... I'm just lazy... Not a shill... Don't buy that trash... Ya know unless you are gonna chop it into freescans for us. The majority of people that have been lurking on here as long as I have can feel my sentiment and enjoyment when commiting to a likeable project.
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its funny you should mention this OP cuz ive been combining a few different techniques to copy that look
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wish i had started a popup card business. anywho, a lot of their cards are pretty much sliceform type stuff, with the exception of stuff like the pop up dragon. should be simple enough to pull off. here is something similar to that card that might be of use to you:

https://jennifermaker.com/pop-up-apple-tree-card-3d-sliceform/

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Just a thread to share and discuss what you've made recently. This is a crane designed by Chi Zhang. He does both origami and papercraft so I'd recomend checking out his flickr.
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>>564200
Nothing, but I enjoy lurking and seeing what beautiful things other anons make.
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Droideka designed by me for May the 4th

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Does anyone have their hands on any of Ghibli's papercraft scene templates? Working hard and broke, but want them so bad. If there are any related things to mention that's cool too.Thanks!
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Long ago I remember seeing the castle from Howls Moving Castle somewhere around here.
Didn't even know that there where scene kits from the various movies.
Very interested if anyone can supply sauce for any of these.

P.S. Also, bumping for interest.
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>>559580
bump
I need that whispers of the heart house

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I've got a slow day at work and would like to make one. Particularly the carousel or ferris wheel. I have some patterns that I can dump in this thread when I get home but I have nothing until then. Thanks in advance :-)
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Try asking on /wsr/ aswell since /po/ is really slow. I'm on a trip and I have limited data, if this thread is up on a week I'll see if I have it on my PC and reply to you.
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>>562682
Hi guys, i am really interested in the book too. Can someone please share it? That would be really nice. Thanks in advance, /po/
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>>562682
Guys, i found it:

https://www.mediafire.com/download/6dywa7qe0sixntx/Hiroko+Ebook+TUTORIAL+%2B+PATTERNS.rar

Have fun.
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>>562682
Finished it today
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>>563468
I love you

I can make a fucking sick paper plane, what does that get me?
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REEEEEEEEEEEEEE THEY AREN'T PAPER AEROPLANES THEY'RE PAPER GLIDERS, THEY DON'T GENERATE ANY THRUST REEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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>>563759
Well if you go that way then origami insects are not really origami insects because, you kwow, they're paper and not real insects. The name is derived from what the origami depicts, not on how the sheet of paper is moving through air.

>>>/n/
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>>557413
Loved that design. some four years ago at high school classmate arrived with this at and i was in awe how well it kept its straight trajectory. Anyway, have you got plans for that, anon?
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>>557413
a sick paper plane
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>>563830
Well there is something to be said about the distinction, since most paper airplanes do not resemble airplanes, and the ones that do don't always fly properly

We’re talking on /tg/ and we linked boards to Elder Scrolls gods.

/po/ got Arkay, God of Death and Proper Burial; opposed to undeath.

Why?
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Because this board is dead
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The only thing that doesn't match is proper burial. This board is still rolling in it's grave.



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