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After about a minute it'll start to drip and eventually fall apart.
Origami vagina
After about a minute it'll start to drip and eventually fall apart.
there's all kinds of stuff you can make.
you just have to search for it.
most of the time it will be under useful origami.

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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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I am just leaving this homepage here. I build already nearly all of these jets and they even can fly.


If it asks for a password, its "ojimak"
Origami jt that flies pretty well
Similar model with some clarifiation on the "jet fold"

ID on this boat?
I already tried to search for it, but all I got was the generic boat and sone other unrelated sail boats
Want's to know too. That looks great
don't know, cute boat though

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I made a thing. What do you guys think?
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Reminds me of Hitler
Good work, though I've seen better Millennium Falcons
Shhh, it's a covert /pol/ thread.
I agree that it is a thing.

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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cards are good to cut not to bend...
if you bend it will happen that broke white back
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this is an abomination.
the autist in me thinks its fucking awsome.
i would literally pay 10$ for this just to start playing magic again.
you should lurk some more
You replied to a 2 year old post

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Hi /po/
Can I humbly ask do any of you know of good, non - SD WW2 tank models in paper or card that I can download please?
yes just type in WWII in paper and go from their.world of tanks has some nice stuff in 1:50 scale.

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Starting the Battlecraft thread again.
are you Dudes Still around?
Especialy Pik-Acht and GG
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You can't have planes without some way to shoot them down.
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Geep Transports
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now for the crown. The Green Stars Hovercraft is a difficult model for me to build at any size. I feel it could use a few more tabs in key places to make it stiffer and square, so I added them here. Also I don't like the way the fans are, and changed them slightly so they are easier to build. Splitting the side into two parts was just too hard to line them up properly and get a good shape. I also removed a lot of tabs on the air cushion so it is easier to cut out.

To keep things square, I built the main hull first, gluing the cargo deck down before making the sides so I could line the walls up with it to keep things square. After that, I glued the front pillow inner wall to the tab I added on the front of the cargo area, and built the pillow, gluing the pillow inner wall to the side walls using the two new tabs I added to that. From there I built the pillow back. I would advise putting the driver's area in before finalizing the front, just to make it easier to pry the walls open enough to get it in there. I had a hard time of that.

As far as the driver's section on top, I glued that to shape first, then glued that down.

I removed the missile turret pivots entirely. This model is so small they are just too fiddly in my opinion, and noone would really care to re-aim them during the game, so it's just a lot of work saved. I'll try to post some pics of my testbuilds so you all can see these things. They look great despite the low print quality.
That's all for tonight. nest in line for the 23mm models is Blue Falcons. I also hope to have a lot of progress on the Dogs of War Superheavy this week. it is slow going because of the wonky shape I am trying to make work. it will look awesome when I get it right, but getting it right is the tricky part.

At least now some of you can play games with the new tiny size and let me know what you think. Maybe start some epic thousand point battles!
What about recoloring them in the color of the tanks?
The latest tank versions have the colors a bit more greyish

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Reminder: Post-It Notes are squares.
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What are you making?
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I'm talking about the design for the units.
1. Fold a square into an equilateral triangle and tear off the extra paper.
2. Repeat step 1.
3. Fold one triangle into a waterbomb base (but triangular instead of square) and the other triangle into a preliminary base (ditto).
4. Put the preliminary base on top of the waterbomb base. Tuck the preliminary base's corners inside the edges of the waterbomb base. This is a "module". (You can stop here if you want to make something like pic related instead of an icosidodecahedron.)
5. Repeat steps 1 through 4.
6. Follow the diagrams shown in >>565386. I can't describe it in text, but you basically (a) rip a line in each of your two modules, (b) put one module on top of the other module, and (c) fiddle with the preliminary bases' flaps, folding the flaps from each module around the edges from the other module so that the combined double module doesn't fall apart when you let go of it.

Note: Instead of folding one square into one triangle, you can fold one square into six half-width triangles. Alternatively, you can fold one 8.5x11 rectangle into one triangle or into NINE half-width triangles.
>(b) put one module on top of the other module
Note: The modules are rotated through 180 degrees relative to each other, as you should be able to see from the diagram.

Looking to make some wall art to match this little dude. I have no clue how to find this pattern. Care to share any tactics?

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Anyone do these historical building kits?

I've done one before, long ago, but have been doing another one of the last few weeks.
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My parents bought it back from Paris I think. You should be able to find them in souvenir stores or suchlike. They'll usually local buildings. I built one ages ago of a famous building in our city that my dad found locally.
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These gables take a while to cut out...
Scored and folded...

What do you guys use to score? I stared off using an old pen, but the score was too wide, now I'm using the back of a blunt stanley knife, but it kinda tears the surface - not ideal.
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Latest progress. Just have to do all these gables and buttresses around the whole thing. Its going to take me a while, especially considering I only do a little bit on this ever now and then.

I actually fucked up the parapet parts that surround the roof, so these buttressed and gables aren't really sitting where they should be, but eh it will hopefully look fine once its done.
Yeah when I was a kid

a really compilicated one like maybe 10x moreso than the one u have there.

my uncle brought it from france and I later read up on the internet that parts were broken which I why I gave up and never got it to work

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I was cleaning out some old shit today and I found this cocksucker.
Time to get folding.
I gave up
this board in a nutshell

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Has anyone done a print from Hoborginc? Im looking to use pic related for cosplay but Im not sure how to harden it so if someone where to step on it, it wouldnt be destroyed. I know how to resin,bondo, and rondo, but not on a scale this small. How would I go about hardening it?
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Try applying thin coats of epoxy from inside of each part and continue doing that until desired thickness.(Also don't take my advice i'm autistic)
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How much of this did you think this through?Because what tool and how am i supposed to get the insides of this grip covered in epoxy?
Also, how is your .jpg /po/ related?
maybe some sort of a disposable spray thingyor a soft brush
imo any papercraft guns or small items are mainly just show pieces and not really meant to be carried around all the time. Hardening it with epoxy would just bleed through the paper and make it look like someone rubbed grease all over it. My recommendation is to just buy a cheap toy pistol and paint over it. There are many tutorials on this such as:
If you really wanted to make it out of paper it would have to be done buy hand using a method which involves gluing layers of paper together to create a hard material.

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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?
I use modpodge for some things, dries clear
spray lacquer... a couple layers will do the work

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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?
just buy them and see if they are... anything you can share to us will be nice

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I make needlefelted characters and wanna make a popup world and house for them.

what are good examples of popup book backgrounds houses? i wanna make everything for my characters that are fully foldable also including house items that can be picked up, for that i was thinking of putting a little space to store world items while the books closed.

Also how can i use sequins in popup books?

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