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How do i make this.im knew to orgami.could somebody please help me.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ML732xrZ4O8
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>>562683
very nice throwing star dude
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcCS86eikJs
I remember these from when I was a kid.

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Can anyone help me find out what kind of origami fold this is?

It is definetly made from a large number of individual parts, like modular origami, but the way it is put together building a perfect circle inside and outside is quite unusual.

Any help or idea would be appreciated!

(Photo taken in bookbinders workshop, this piece was folded by an old lady, but nobody knew how it was done)
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Can you get some pictures of the back or another angle.. Anything?
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>>566276
Nah, sorry, it was a one day open workshop thing
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kind of reminds me of spring into action somehow
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I think each segment is one of 18 triangular module. The tip of the triangle is folded down, and it looks like there's a pocket it fits into the long edges look like they have small tabs to lock them (one mountain, and the other valley). You get the circle for free from the triangle (The triangle's gonna have a 20 degree angle at it's point I would bet (360/18)
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Never been on this board before but I do origami occasionally.
>or used to
Looks like a modular complex. Each spoke is a simple piece with what looks like 3 folds, and each is tucked into the pockets of the next and likely remains joined out of friction but is possibly glue sticked.

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what do you think about making sculptures out of aluminum foil?
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>>544338
/po/ is for hasbeens
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>>564738
no u
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>>564778
no, u
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>>544301
this thread is almost 2 years old
I just want to appreciate that
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>>565027

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I was thinking about starting a build thread. I have a bunch of models and can't decide which one to start. Any preferences?
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>>564826
Bought most of them in a models shop. Others - as a presents from friends. I'm in this hobby for several yers now, so I had time to acquire quite a collection.
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>>564538
that F1 car looks pretty neat, either that or the maserati
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>>564857
Do you copy the pages or cut straight out of the book? I regret making a train as a kid and just hacking the book up.
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>>564538
Cool.
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>>565849
Yeah, I just cut straight out of the book. Don't think it's worth to have a backup pages as long as you proceed carefully.

Putting hull together turned out to be more difficult than I imagined. It's first time I build a boat, so I made few mistakes here.

Hey /po/,

I’ve never really used this board before, but I’d like to ask if you guys know or have any instructions on turtle related origami or papercrafts. A couple of friends and I are fundraising some money for these two red ear sliders that were abandoned by their owners and need a new tank. We were thinking about selling some crafts and bookmarks.

Pic related.
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>>558423
nice little turtle.
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>>565128
Wow you’re mean.
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>>563258
ur gay
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>>558423
Would this turtle be good to start? I just got an interest in origami today, I have some experience in making semi-advanced paper planes
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>>565128
/po/ is raw

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https://hubpages.com/art/How-to-Make-a-Dragon-Origami
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Im already stuck. xD
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Any advice for the depression on step 14?
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>>565752
That’s called a(n open) sink, you can see the process here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onOULFtkd1o
(Old video of poor quality, but probably good enough to help you!)
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A little variation in the head and tail can get you this, also.
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>>565752

just take a deep breath and jump. gravity and the rope will do the rest.

I made this, guys, what do you think?
I modeled it based on the series opening and then built it and filmed!
I love papercraft and wanted to know if people would like it to if I could make it relatable.
The video is at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEnF_Z2I1ts
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me encanta esa serie :o saludos
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>>564018
It looks alright.
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>>564018
>La Casa de Papel, or Money Heist, in english
La Casa de Papel means "The Paper House" in Spanish. where the hell did u get that translation from?
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>>566471
He means that it's the english name of the show.
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>>564018
daora

Is there any good quality World Cup/soccer papercraft besides cube models?
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>>565059
I kind of doubt it.
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>>565059
Wow

Does anyone have this book?
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>>566200
https://mxdoc.com/weiss-s-wings-and-things-origami-that-flies.html
This is why Google exists!!
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>>566460
>This is why Google exists!!
No comment.
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>>566460
If it was the book from the opening photo it would really mean something, but it isn't.

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Is it possible to reinforce paper models by spraying them with thin coats of cyanoacrylate?
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Couldn't you just use very thin coats of varnish? or would it eat the paper?
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>>565640
>Try to reinforce from the inside with expanding foam or something.
this seems a bit dangerous considering that you cant control how it expands
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>>565641
>superglue always evaporates and leaves an unpleasantly white coating
it's not a problem if you coat from the inside
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>>565587
bump
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spray it with clear coat spraypaint

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I said if I came up with anything new I'd share it with you all.

I'm still focusing on drawing, but at the moment I am waiting on books, and these are related to what I want to draw in the future anyway.

I've been focusing on minimalism, and have been trying to come up with a couple.

I decided not to post on the old thread. I don't really like having to slog through petty arguments and people being rude to one another just to find the one or two people who are actually saying anything civil and productive.

I don't know if I'll share diagrams for any of the models I make next Any fun I had sharing has been spoiled by greedy spoild people. I always ask for people to post their finished products, but so far have only ever seen one. Doesn't feel like I'm getting anything back especially for a community that seems so eagar to have every diagram possible.

Anyway, this will probably serve as an update thread for people who don't follow my Flickr.

Here's a minimalist gray fox
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>>565270
Well, lang is pretty old and gray currently.
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>>564791
>>564794
>>564934
Are you still thinking about that book?
Would love to see it eventually.
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>>565581
The comic isn't diagrams of my models, it's a slice of life type manga with unique characters and story that tevolves around problem children in an origami club.

>>565601
Yes I've been working on some diagrams, but I'm not happy with how some of them turned out.

Here a random assortment study I did a few nights ago. There is also some foot studies on my Flickr if you're into that.
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>>565737
What is your flickr anyways?
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>>565754
https://www.flickr.com/photos/47253599@N05/

Gonna add another drawing that's probably not kosher on this board, so you can check it there

I am searching for templates or patterns for two older automatas. I would be forever grateful if anyone has a copy they could post or info on where I could find them. I would also pay if that is acceptable on this site. Thanks for any help. I love these two automatas. One is named Impatience Automata (Paper Animation Kit) by Flying Pig Company. It is retired.
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This is the photo of Impatience Automata. It didn't upload to my first post.
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>>565764
Have you tried to google search them?

Do scans of this exist? Id happily pay for it but 40 bucks is a really outrageous price
https://www.cardboardsafari.com/products/vince-cardboard-human-skull/
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You will need to paste some small parts
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>>561944
You can make such type of papercraft by yourself with "Slicer for Fusion 360"
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>>561944
Bump.
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>>561957
>>563456
has it right. I snagged
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2735371
fed it through Slicer for Fusion 360, adjusted the slice layers for the shitty 2.7mm MDF I had and fed it through the laser.

Resolution depends on your patience, I guess.
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>>561944
neat. need this for Halloween.

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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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>>559580
no one has found any templates on these yet?
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Are there other patterns too? Id love to have the bath house from spirited away, or the bakery from kikis delivery service! I could start my own little village
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>>565642
Ok well i found this site that has pictures of the crafts and oh my god its amazing. Now ill search for templates! http://www.hayaomiyazakimoviesandcollectibles.com/studio-ghibli-papercraft-build-your-own-miyazaki-world/
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anyone have those?
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>>559580
These would be nice to build for model train sets.



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