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What kind of paper you use to make papercraft?

I want to get into it but I bet using common print paper isn't the way to go.

Please help and thank you.
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Just depend how big the model, how long you want to keep.
If it is big one, use better and higher weight. Is same as how long you want to keep.
Also your live location's humidity will effect.

I have some model make by common print paper (65g) for 6 years, still in good shape.

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I need a folding instruction for an origami skier. Can anybody help? Its from Robert Harbin s book origami 2.
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>>555509

Zoid Voltron has got to be the most frustrating tease in the history of /po. I think the only portion of this papercraft that exists is a candid picture of the cut sheet for just the Red Lion. SIGH.
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>>555795
It's the author all right. He posted the sale offer on his personal facebook.
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ugh it's been years ;-;
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>>555674
Oh holy shit, out of all the times to randomly check /po/ I see this
Not what is shown in the pic, but years ago when I did papercrafting I worked with a guy that was trying to make an old-school Voltron papercraft.
He was doing designs, I was test-building, and we got as far as getting the yellow lion finished before he dropped off the face of the Earth. When I get home I'll look through my stuff so see what all I've got
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>>555932
There's a million versions of that armor tho
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bamp

Anyone have good paper boat designs?
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>>556465
I know a guy named Billy. He can help you.

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Seeing as there's a lack of anything interesting on here at the minute, I will post all that I have, hoping that it inspires others to do the same.
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As seen on ANN, how difficult would if be to take a papercraft to a sizeable Japanese Lantern like these?
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Moar
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all above Love Live! Sunshine!

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http://macula.tv/main.htm

About 5 years ago or so I had made quite a few figures from that website and they were free, I recently wanted to get back into making things again and wanted to start off with these, however I do not want to start of paying 4 dollars a figure. I know it is a shot in the dark but if anyone has any of the files I'd appreciate it.

I'll also take any papercrafts that look similar, something not as simple as cubeecraft but nothing too difficult because I am rusty.

Thanks.

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Found this grenade and other models, but are not available. Anyone got hem, or know of similar? I liked the Dell Danbo but haven't found it anywhere.
http://goodduck.net/preview_wct.htm

I've searched far and wide and have found nothing but dead links and bad files I was hoping good ole /po/ could help me out.

I've been working on a costume where pepakura items are heavily used.

I need a grenade, and I'd really like one detailed like the one in the Image, possibly the cylindrical ones too, I need some filler items on the costume.
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try find another grnade template, like the sphere one or a half life 1 grenade

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How easy would it be to create a box like this? Does anyone know? Or does anyone have it as a image file all open and laid out?
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bump
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Is easy. Sides are not rectangular, but a trapezoid. Front lids fold inside. Make tabs where needed. And you have it.
In case it sounds confusing, go take some basic geometry classes.

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I have this book with busted binding (the pages are ok)

Is there any way to rebind it with that nice library-type cloth binding?

Thanks
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>>555704
thanks so much! this looks great. I'll try and do it soon!
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>>555307
show me, I've been diddling with it for months
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Thank you for the link for the vid
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BUMP 01
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you can do it yourself

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Hey /po/, long time papercrafter here with a question for you folks. When I first discovered the hobby, this very site was my source for projects back when the board was first created. I'd since found other sites to follow, first Papercraft Museum, then Paperkraft.net, then Papercraft Square. Each was pretty much a blog that posted papercrafts of all skill levels and from everywhere in the world, but they all just up and stopped posting, in 2013, 2015, and now 2017, respectively. Anyone know of any other good sites of this nature?

Pic unrelated, just my Mask.
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>>554080
/thread
is papercraft still a thing in japan, though?
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>>552922
http://papermau.blogspot.com/
https://ninjatoes.blogspot.com/

Technically both are designers' private blogs, but they regularly post links to papercraft designed by others, more often than posting their own work. Both are usually updated daily (though Ninjatoes sometimes posts les frequently). Papermau also tends to dig up some older models in addition to these just released.
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Used to go on paperkraft.net all the time

Does anyone know a site with a designer who did a bunch of persona, and darksiders chibi models?
There were posted on paperkraft, the designer has a name like Hexxy, bloxxy
Wish I had more info, but its been about 6 years since I've been on it
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there is a very good vietnamese forum where I found interesting things, is :
http://paperzonevn.com/

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But is there a good place to look for/buy Copic markers? Any place you know of that has great sales or coupons for them, or maybe somewhere that I shouldn't be looking to buy them from? Just looking for some advice from anyone who may have an idea. I've just recently lost all from the hurricane and couldn't get a flight back home in time to save anything I deem important. Thank you guys for any and all advice and if this isn't the right place to ask I do apologize.
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Hey, anon!
/ic/ is generally better than /po/ for this kind of things.
Try asking here: >>>/ic/3102220
Hope this helps!

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Hey / po / I'm looking for some furniture that fits Mini Dungeon Adventure. That is, bookshelves table coffers etc, any dungeon related would be in place.

Sincerely.
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google eddnic, he has some furniture that can be scaled down to fit mda. A lot of the stuff in this pic is from him. Incidentally that is my build that you posted.
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>>556096
Thanks! Great build mon.

Drawing Origami Tome 2
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cool
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Anyone has the book on pdf?
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Enough with this already.
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