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I want to make a really authentic looking pirate map, so I can let my daughter find it, and it will lead us to a chest I bury. What would be the best paper to use, and best methods of ageing/staining it?
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Use printer paper and spread the sheet with coffee
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how about cutting the map in pieces and having her find all the pieces, and each piece leads to another, and they all combine to a map that finds the chest
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>>528250
you would definitely need thicker paper for something like op wants. that looks like something you'd do for a middleschool project to make something look old
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>>528178
Hand drawn maps would look more authetic, also prettier.
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>>528153
your daughter is probably not even yours,you got cucked by your whore of a wife
kill yourself

Hello /po/

I'm just starting out on papercrafting, and I need to know what kinds of paper are good for this. Suggestions?
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card stock because its sturdy
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>>527205
>>528479
OPALINE for business cards of 90g - 180g... If you want to have a flawless living, if you get to give away it and if not at least 70 g or 80 g thick cardboard.

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hey guys i have made many paper craft in my time, but they keep falling apart because of the glue and paper i use... i was wondering what paper and glue do you guys use that works
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"White" glue (wood glue). Ulta cheap. Uber durable
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thanks
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How does /po/ feel about using rubber cement?
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>>524329
looks really cool
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At hobby lobby they they sell paper especially marked for paper crafting or use card stock its the same thickness. The best glue to use is Aleen's tacky glue it comes in clear gel & white

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Hey guys, I made a simple 3d triforce part, I'm gonna make three and make a triforce!
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>>528305
I must now commit sudoku.... with a paper sword
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I'm looking for decoration ideas for my Japanese grandma birthday. We agreed in using sakura flowers as motif.

She lived in west for most of her life by the way.
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Oh, forgot to mention that I'm familiar with origami and papercraft. I used to come here often a long time ago.
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/po/ seems even slower than I remember.

bump
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>>528279
Butterflies if you have paper with patterns, scattered around the table.
Take branches from the forest and decorate them with paper flowers and stick them between real flowers.
I remember there were a candy dish in sakura form, make some of them and one of the kusudamas in your picuture for the middle of the table.
Also some cute animals for beneath the branches, go with squirrels and deers and so on. Especially for the children, make some of them as gifts for them.
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>>528381
Thanks for the ideas but currently the only kids in my family are 11 years old twins.
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Can i have your instructions on how you made this one? I think this is a good one you can do it in different sizes and colors

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Contact me please...

As always, I send you greetings and wish you peace, love and joy.

luthordarksidius@gmail.com
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I'm pretty sure PMF got a cease and desist from Sanrio and never released it.
See this quote from his Deviant Art:

>yeah, I took out all the Halloween models after the whole Sanrio thing happened, but I think I could probably put back those not related to Hello Kitty.
>I'll see about that tomorrow.

Also this snapshot of his website from 16 October 2009 that says "ghost coming soon":

http://web.archive.org/web/20091016151219/http://www.zapotlanejo.info/Factory/

And then this one from 3 December 2009 with all Hello Kitty related files removed:

http://web.archive.org/web/20091203070632/http://www.zapotlanejo.info/Factory
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Thanks for the information...
I can only say that if someone becomes it to have, I am in this share files of the other characters, so it could be the dream of completing my collection and possibly complete of one who can help me and be as generous for providing me such support.

Thank you very much for everything. I look forward.
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>>528436
Well, apparently the model was released, I have a link for it, that obviously doesn't work.
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these are all the characters i have. the rar file includes all 3 Skelanimals (w PDO files) & the Dracula, Pumpkin Head and Zombie Hello Kitty Variants plus also the Pachacco model. enjoy ;)

http://www.mediafire.com/download/8n76sum8kx2w66x/Paper_Model_Factory_Papercrafts.rar

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Dearest /po/

I've been looking for this model. I looked everywhere for ages and all i can find out is that it once was part of a disney cutout cook, but it doesnt look like its available anymore

Anyone have this?
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>>528412
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>>528411

www.paper-toy.fr/2013/11/25/werewolf-character-craft
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I knew I had this somewhere on my hard drive.
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>>528458
You're a guru man! Thank you

Let's talk business.


Wintercroft, I don't wanna pay $5 or whatever for a few pieces of paper I have to print, cut out, put together, fortify, color, blah, blaaah, blaaaahhhh.

Don't get me wrong, I love papercraft and origami. But some tasks sit perpetually on the back burner. Like these masks. I don't know, I just don't feel like fuckin' around for a few days makin something I'll wear occasionally, y'know?


Put together your own masks: strong paper / something, whatever / maybe some color options? / and ship it (stuff that bad boy with padding) to me.

I'll fuckin pay money for that.
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>>528283
I always thought the tape was suppose to go on the inside

unless that is the inside and I'm looking at it wrong
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>>528298
Heads done. I'll post another pic from me actually wearing it after this weekend. I might fill in the black as well, but I like the break from face to mane.
>>528299
If you have one of these, you can tape it however you want. Definitely looks better without tape on outside. It says in the instructions to tape it mainly on outside, but I taped each joint inside and out zoo it's sturdier for after I'm drunk, lol
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>>528299
Wintercroft's designs do not have tabs. You can add your own so they look nicer.
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>>528192
right? you know what I'm saying.
I have a day job to not do, let's make with the mask-making, yknow?
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BIZNIS

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do anyone have template of greek hoplite helmet?
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>>527634
I have a few but without the crest. just let me look for them.
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>>527635
>almost 2 days later
>still nothing
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bumpin' again
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oh, c'mon guys! no one?
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just print ur pic and cut it out and attach rubber bands behind ur ears

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Bump limit reached

So until I hear that Lotus has an official ruleset somewhere, my friend and I are going to make our own. He's got the list we're working on for what we want it to be, so I'll just be posting what I can remember. Would very much appreciate any ideas or criticism you guys could offer... Here goes(In no particular order).
(Again, we're still just in the brainstorming phase, none of this is concrete)
We were thinking the army would be similat to red's from an infantry-heavy standpoint. Rather than a lot of weak infantry, however, have few strong infantry.
Basic infantry are 15pts each
Squad sizes 3-6.
Equipped with cavalry sword and pistol.
(Which means in addition to infantry always moving double-time regardless if they attacked, they also deal more melee damage than other armies' basic inf)
We haven't really figured out what we want to do with the lotus bomber, we were thinking just give it another bomb, so it will run with 3 bombs instead of 2. We don't know what to do with it, but we figure it'll be somewhere near the front lines with the infantry, and because they're a bit faster, they could do bombing before the infantry arrive, to weaken the front lines a bit.
For the dragon tank, we were thinking of giving it the ability to turn into a long range artillery. (Basically a mortar team, but able to re-position as needed) It's base stats as a tank would be only slightly modified from Black X's tank. It wouldn't be very much better than Black's(even though it's so much larger) because it would have the ability to deploy as an artillery. As an artillery, we thought it was more fair(on account of it being able to move) to have a minimum firing range in addition to a shorter maximum range than a regular mortar. The minimum range would be 6-8" and max would be 24". In order to fire as the artillery, the tank would have to have not moved on the previous turn(for aiming or whatever).
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>>527889
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B-yvzUeOHkXha3BLRDI1SU9ndHc&usp=sharing
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coolio
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>>527900
though i ment to the Unlimit3d models
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>348 days and 10 hours ago
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>>528455
>These faggots again

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Odin needs some help from /po/eple. He desperately wants to smite something, but can't seem to find his trusty paper steed.

FF XI Sleipnir from Odin from Kaizo

Help the Allfather out, please?
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who maimed poor sleipnir? thats half as many legs as loki's spawn supposed to have :(

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Hey /po/! Could anybody recommend some mechs for someone new to papercraft?
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Shit I am so glad I stumbled onto this board I really didn't want to pay money for a gunpla model kit
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where can you find a model like the one in OP?
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>>528389
It's goldenglue's model. I think it's called Amdusias
I have it on my computer, but I'm in the process of moving, so I don't know when I'll be able to get on here using my computer. I'd try looking for it online now that you know the name and designer.
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>>528389

I happen to have a copy:

https://mega.co.nz/#!uNdRwRTZ!vf52d9UkWbQKiB6_keDenaKgL9aIPVlbVHB0ZBgEzGo
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>>524721
Look up begginer origami. It's one of my favorite hobbies and with a little square piece of paper you can make almost anything with experience. You might have to start out with simple shit, but if your not a dumb ass and have the interest you'll get the hang of it

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Touhou Papercraft.

I know someone has the list of links out there.
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>>528074
It's a wild ride then. Thanks for replying.
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>>527959
The washed out scans posted didn't include arms, whose arms are those?
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>>528068
I think everyone is interested in more scans.

I've been looking into getting these shipped in bulk from associates living naively or planning to vacation in china rather than an agent but its still fairly expensive shipping anything out of china to any western country. This is ridiculous. Might as well fly over there personally and pick it up.
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>>528026
The guy who built the okuu model here, just bought Alice, Sanae, Mokou and Nue from the shop, may as well upload the templates.

Houjuu Nue: http://www.mediafire.com/download/jfuykfoaobfyfv9/Nue.zip
Unfortunately, my scanner is an utter piece of shit, and even though I managed to make the color somewhat visible, the scans are pretty fuzzy.
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>>528457
The lines are actually visible, the paper isn't creased to hell, and its actually straight. These are far superior scans already.

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hey guys,
I'm looking for a rather simple origami designs, especially for rectangular paper, varying in complexity.

I made it a habit to make cranes of a bus tickets while traveling, but it got boring soon, so I started with the tulips out of two squares and leaving them on the bus.

This is a nice habit, but I wish to make different designs and wanted to ask you guys

do you have similar habits of leaving origami at random places?
What do you make? Do you know any simple, yet good looking designs for this?

Thank you
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spiders, mr yoshizawa's peacock
won park and others use bills
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>>527951
thank you for clarification, that was what I was trying to say
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>>527952
exactly what I was doing back at home, but since I moved to the bigger city, I am used to carrying post-it notes (the colorful non-sticky kind) and make cranes or tulips out of them.

>>527953
those look way too complex for regular bus rides, but thanks, I'll check them out
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>>527916
yeah, I do this.
i started leaving foxes from the other thread and it's kinda fun way to spend my commute.

I am usually leaving cranes or paper stars or handing them to children.

i remember a girl on the bus stop who found my crane, she just smiled in a surprise, looked around a bit and took it, it was a nice feel. Have been doing that muchmore since then.
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>>527916

I do this at almost every restaurant I eat at, around the workplace, etc. Anyplace that someone is working hard or I'm just folding, there is a constant stream of origami left in my wake.

I don't know how many waiters and waitresses I've now left behind cranes, lillies and once a T-rex. Once gave a stripper a crane when I was dragged into a bachelor party. It confused the hell out of her, but pretty sure she never got that from someone else.

Hell, I just made a couple flowers out of other flowers that I'm going to give to people at Massage Envy tomorrow night just because they tend to treat the girlfriend and I pretty well. I still leave tips and take care of people, but an origami tends to just brighten days.

A Lotus also does wonders if you get good at not ripping the petals.

I'm not sure about the rectangular shaped paper, unfortunately, as I carry about 70 sheets of square 3x3 on me a lot. Ever since my parents found out I'm into origami they buy me two or three packs every birthday or holiday. It's kind of awesome and one of these days I'm gonna do the thousand crane challenge thing... for now I'm working on a bouquet for the girlfriend.

Sakura papercrafts???
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http://www.papercraftsquare.com/tag/cardcaptor-sakura

http://paperworld.tistory.com/146


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