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alguien tiene el libro de "LaFosse & Alexander's Essential Book of Origami"..?
No, Pablo, no

>P.D. Usa "¿", no seas ignorante

Christmas stuff
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thank u
nice dubs kiddo
[spoiler]Anon finaly noticed[/spoiler]
[spoiler]You're welcome anon[/spoiler]
I love Christmams

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Got lost on my way to /pol/ and found myself somewhat intrigued by this place. I figured this might be a nice and quiet hobby that would keep me busy, so I just went and bought pic related. I have never attempted origami in my life so what should I learn first?
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Learn the basics: http://www.origami-resource-center.com/origami-basics.html

A good beginner one to try would be... cootie catcher :P Then onto something like jumping frog... then a crane is always good to know... can learn the flapping crane too while you're at it:

Cootie Catcher: http://www.momsminivan.com/article-cootie-catcher.html
Jumping Frog: http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/virtual/origami2/exploring01_06.html
Crane: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/1f/22/93/1f2293fb6e27a4c79dd24afe82814c6a.jpg

Def learn to fold using diagrams... videos go too fast to keep up and sometimes u might not have internet connection to watch
To save data on Youtube. Click the share button in top right hand corner and save link to clipboard..now copy and paste link in a video download app...and youve just saved 400mb per 5 minutes of viewing for 5 hour tutorials thats like too much...
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>got lost on my way to /pol/
You're in the right place. The nose fears the origami

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hello. Anybody knows here can I find the kits by Gahm? http://www.papermodel.nl/
He erased them some time ago, and there are some I like to get. I searched onlypaper but only found a couple. I like to have them all.
If anybody knows where to get them I thank you.

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>tfw this place has literally no mods
Anyway here's a cool plane I found on imgur. Cool planes thread.
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it got really difficult at the kek haha part
made it anyway
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>your git gud level
god, I hate that fucking site.
How hard is to make points like A and B? I'm not reading this shit
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>fucking potatoes at the end

Don't talk to me or my son ever again.

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Anyone know where I can get a Megatron G1 model that can be converted into a pistol !!!

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I made this guy over a year and haven't done any papercraft since. Gimme some links to some more gundams to make, preferably in a normal scale.
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there are these that go with the White Base. [BOX] link works.

Thanks for this! Any idea on where to find the White Base template?
check papercraftsquare it has a gundam section with things from easy low poly gundams to a 1:100 deep striker, some links are dead af, but take your time and you'll find awesome shit
Found it!


It too me a while but I was finally able to find that SD White Base model :)
Where can I download premium model gundam models ???, previously there was a post on 4chan of them but they removed it !!!

There is a lot of awesome papercraft from this anime called Last exile, example with this warship called the Silvana.

The problem is that all downloads I can Find are totally broken :c does anyone by any chance have the original files? Thanks in advance!
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It works, just took a while.
there was a link through only-paper dot ru
last exile papercraft? all the fucks yes
slow ass anon here

Thanks a lot!!! Last Exile had great ships.

Someone has the book drawing origami tome 2
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Anyone have the cp for this mod on Phoenix 3.5? I want to try one with the three tails, and I think I found the cp for it about a year ago. I can't seem to find it now though
Thanks a ton! I wasn't getting a link to that flickr, just where it was posted on origami.me

It looks like it is more or less the same as 3.5, but the tail is obviously folded into three, and the rest of the parts (head, wings, feet) are shrunken majorly into on quarter of the model.

I'll give it a try on a new sheet when I can get more paper
new word yup yup
>awesome creatures like this will never exist

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Hi chans!! since long time ago, i was want a file, The Wormhole expansion: Verus.
Anyone have it?
see this >>545867
i saw it, and no exist the file requested.
Thank U
I have a free file about Verus,U can download from hie website.

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This form is for origami weapons.Firearms in origami are very underepresnted. On YouTube it's filled with kirogami garbage(tubes of paper, hot glued together). There's only a few pure origami guns. I made this forum for people to share designs and instructions for origami weapons.
That revolver is insanely hard to fold. Tissue foil is the only paper that works this model
if tissue paper works then a lot of other paper will work.

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Hey, I'm new to papercraft in general and wanted to get into it because I've seen some of the things people have posted on here. I've downloaded Pepakura Designer 4 and I was hoping someone knew of any models I could work on that would be easy enough for me but still look really cool.
I noticed someone made a skull mask... thing and wanted to work my way up to making one of them one day, as well as some of the dragon skulls and things I've seen.
If you have any links to nice models can you please leave them in a comments? I'm not at all interested in making the little box people that seem to be everywhere either. It would be greatly appreciated.
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I'm also new & need help.
I've wanted to get into papercraft for a long time, but I haven't made any progress beyond printing out a mask and cutting out half of it, 3 or 4 years ago. {I spent a lot of time lurking /po/ and looking at papercraft cosplay crafters on youtube, using bondo on their helmets for high detail, and craft foam for the non-helmet armor for light-weight and durability}

I'm really easily discouraged, and I don't know how to select the right project that's both easy enough for me, as well as interesting enough to be motivated to do. I have a bunch of things from games I'm interested in. Would a dagger be easier than a mask? The mask doesn't have any complex geometry, although the full thing has 6 large horns.

I found the cutting to be agony for my perfectionism. I was considering buying a $200 cutting machine, but my mom thinks it's a lot of money {I'm on disability which is low income, but I have a lot of savings now so $200 isn't much} and that I'll still have the perfectionism problem with the gluing. I think gluing would be much easier, since there's more room for error in timing. With cutting, once you do it, it's forever, no adjusting.
I looked at lots of comparisons of the recent models, and it looks like the Cricut is better quality than the Silhouette. I'm a little worried the software might not work on Ubuntu. Hrm. I think I looked into this and it requires a VM instead of Wine. {I really do have a knack of screwing myself over, making things complicated when complications discourage me.} "Even more fun, the design software runs in a browser via a plugin and you effectively "print" to the device from a browser." Sad that the software is such garbage when the hardware is so good. I really expected the Silhouette to be better.
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or this dagger. I guess there's less parts to glue on this. and it's only comparable in complexity to the horns on the mask.
start with something smaller or with less pieces, there's a lot of beginner level ones you can do, that mask seems a bit hard to start of with multiple pieces and lots of tiny flaps, you need to get used to how to glue them together, how to score the folds and know which pieces to start off with. The dagger seems like a viable one to start off with getting used to folding and gluing, on most papercraft model sites they'll list which are for beginners and intermediate and so on look for something with at most 2 pages of pieces and nothing too overly packed with pieces

Take it slow dude first ones are always guna have something off with them, either from inexperience or learning mistakes, also dont forget to have adequate weight paper and good glue, and the tabs dont have to be cut perfectly because they'll be glued inside and not seen
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Alright, thanks. Hopefully the dagger will work. I've got another dagger but I'm not sure if it's harder or easier.
{... I was going to post a picture of it, but I can't get pepakura working under wine without the texture on the unfolding window being black, and the old pictures don't show it fully.}

I wish there was more effort to be comprehensive. Like break down the aspects of what makes things easy or hard so that I can tell what difficulty is for which objects *I* have an interest in doing, rather than trusting someone else's judgment and rating system on a selection they pick, with neither the rating system or selection being necessarily a good fit for me.

I read up on a lot of this years ago, so I know vaguely about paper weight. I actually unfolded all this stuff myself in Pepakura. which in some ways further complicates whether one of these starter projects will be suitable for me, since picking where to separate a model I'm sure can make it harder or easier, and I don't have the experience to really know in all circumstances.
it's got this loop on the bottom. I dunno if that makes it harder or easier than the other dagger.

Someone has the "origami art" book by michael lafosse
Yes. And that's a great book!
I would appreciate it very much if you could pass the book in pdf format please
two days ago, I saw an thread here at this board from a guy who posted three links to mediafire/googl drive
and in one of the deposits there was LaFosse's books
You can search michael lafosse on thatsite as well he has more origami books
thank you very much

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Will papercraftsquare ever come back?
Its been down for weeks
Try https://encrypted.google.com/search?hl=en&q=gavitex%20site%3Apapercraftsquare.com , click on all cached links, and use archive.is on them.
actually some objects work if I refresh it a lot of times
This, I litterly only have to refresh the page and it loads.

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I'm getting into model design but can't find a good way to graph 22.5 degree angles without a protractor. How do you guys do it?
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That line doesn't bisect the 45* angle, even though it appears to.
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How about this, pretty much folding a 45 in half.
If I'm folding it in order to graph it it defeats the point of graphing it
try drawing cps in oripa or inkscape then?

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