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Wondered if you people would enjoy it. Feel welcome to leave suggestions as to further models I could create, if the suggestions are interesting I'd be happy to complete, and maybe a request thread would emerge.
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To continue, here is also a Donald.
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I've decided I'll just post these as they are released in this thread. I'll also be taking suggestions if people reply.
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video tutorial white elephant mabona
http://www.mediafire.com/file/84qoy49hkkuua44/Elephant_-_Sipho_Mabona_%28part_1%29.mp4
http://www.mediafire.com/file/y8aarn91j4u0bu6/Elephant_-_Sipho_Mabona_%28part_2%29.mp4
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wow, great job! thanks for sharing!!
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>>546013
Thanks mate!
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>>546013
This is my first time on /po/ and you're a superhero.

also I haven't folded for ten plus years, this is more complex than I remember.

i'm looking for origami mit 2013,2014,2015 who had it please share or exchange books origami with me . thank
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please share origami mit convetion 2014
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Saved from 404
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Hello I Am A 90 Year Old Grandmother Who Love's Oragami My Grandson Bought These And Put Them On The Computer But I Dont Know How To Send Them To You Perhaps You Can Give Me Your Fax Number And I Can Print Out The Pages And Send Them To You Thank You God Bless

http://i.imgur.com/tGIHUq3.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/48fPKWz.jpg

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Does this count?
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>>543001
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>>543001
GLORY TO CHAOS
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>>543001
FOR AZEROTH

i did another thing guys

https://mega.nz/#!u0QkRYyI!tMwZe7yo66IdJlKF6eF8gZZaR9osEbEI3tLNfqAMjOk
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That's quite a thing you did there
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>>544311
That's actually pretty sweet. Loads of pages, but cool looking nonetheless
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>>544416
my only regret is i couldn't find a texture

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Tiny origami thread. I just cracked this one out. Share some pics
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This one
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20 mm (0.79 in) long and 14 mm (0.55 in) tall
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Why are the coins, tic tacs and matches so big?

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Hey guys, first time posting, does anyone else like building models of spaceships? I'm a pretty big fan of Star Wars and Star Trek so I built tons of the pic above. To make them I usually start with a body and build on from there by either folding the pieces to the ship or simply glueing it on.
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get aids and die faggot
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>>546066
what if one has aids and is already dead. what options do i have then? you seem like a very knowledgeable person and could really use your advice.

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Hey guys, I have a modeler working on a 3D model that I'm planning to turn into a papercraft. He says he's familiar with it but just to be safe I thought I'd look into the specifications of designing a 3D model for papercraft. Unfortunately I can't find much. Are there any tips or pointers anyone can give me to pass along? That way the model won't have to be edited as much for the actual process of turning it into a model! Pic not related.
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Make a low poly 3D model is best. That can limit face for papercraft and build time.
How your 3D model look like? If it is a person 3D model, the face is the big issue, unless you make a 1:1 size.

Can you post some photo what is your 3D model look like?
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>>546081
I'm getting them to replicate this model:
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QFX_s24C7p0

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Hey /po do you have this template to make this teapot gift box? I need it for a tea party i am going to give, It is made by esselle. Please if you have it share it kindly or if you have something similar please post it
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cool
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SAVED
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sage>>546052

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So I just found out that raspera and peramodel are now free sites.
www.raspera.com/english.html
www.venus.dti.ne.jp/~kpd/member.html

I wasn't sure if all of /po knew this and remembered oh 6-7 years ago when some nice anon released all of these models in password protected rar files when they were still buy only.
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>>543811
You sure?
It still asked me for a password when I tried to open a pdf on both those sites.
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>>544298
Password for files from peramodel is at the top of the page. Raspera models, unfortunately, are still buy only.
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>>544318

Thanks for pointing it out, honestly missed it when I looked the first time.

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Does someone know how to make this bit by bit?
I've been looking for it for two years and I didn't find it...
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It says right there it's just from Tanteidan 7, to which I've seen links around here several times.
Here you go anyway, page 45.

https://www.sendspace.com/file/k5aapn
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TANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!

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I want to create a spaceship kind of like this:

http://beverlycottrell.blogspot.mx/2011/01/my-origami-space-rocket.html

Though it wants me to pay and I don't want to.

Any ideas of similar stuff I could get for free?
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Its the begining of the crane fold, nothing more.

i like the idea !
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Yeah just start with the bird base and then go from there using the image you shared
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>>544949
In case you're still wondering, this is folded from a fruit base, not a bird base.

Instead of petal folding the flaps to get a frog base, mountain fold the flaps so the white side is showing. Finally, reverse fold the flaps twice to get the little stand fin things

Here, I made one, pic related. And I'm going to go on that site and leave a comment. Charging two pounds for something this simple (which they almost certainly didn't create) is disgusting.

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How do i do the miura fold?
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What's that?
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Oh, I've done this! I've never heard it called that, though. I always called it "impossible paper" or some stupid shit and it took me a very long time to finally rediscover how to make it.

It's basically this https://youtu.be/OzQrwZe5DNA but with less folds and less pulling apart.
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>>545881
An origami crease pattern which was invented to store solar sails in a small space yet be able to unfold them completely by just pulling at two corners (which greatly reduces the complexity of the mechanisms necessary for unfolding).

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please someone have this book
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>>544890
No, but I do have his diagram for the bear if you want it.
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>>544947
cool
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Here

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Hi /po/
Do you know how the stanced out pattern on this card is done?
I wanted to try something similar.
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I hope you're not banned from google.
Try this one, you lazy ass: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=card%2Bmaking%2Bborder%2Bpunches
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>>545913
Thanks man, didn't know what to google for at all.
By the way, this shit is called Bordürenstanzern in my language. Fucking ridiculous, took me some more googling to find that shitty word.
Now off to wasting some money.

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Where can I buy cheap paper? If it is online that's a plus.
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Paper for what? As you might understand it varies.

For papercraft, go to Staples or any office supply place to find heavier papers.
For origami, you can try the usual http://www.origami-shop.com/ (note they have a different site for the USA).

Also craft and hobby stores often have little packs of like 300 kami slices or something.

As for what paper you need as a noob, if it is for papercraft, just use regular printer paper. If it is for origami, kami and regular printer paper suffice.
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https://www.walmart.com/search/?query=origami%20paper&sort=price_low

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Send me some papercraft

~{°=°}~
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Why isnt there a show off thread?

Post pictures of things you made, anything, as long as you made it.
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Protip, don't use a fucking potato
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>>531155
Dont dare insulting my phone!

My sister took the camera, its probably somewhere in her room
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/po/ I do some amateur bookbinding. Where's a good place to buy paper and learn about paper types and paperweights? I wanna put nicer paper in my books.
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Office Max?
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Shills are trying to slide this thread.
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>>545641
my fucking sides.

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I'm looking for a really specific type of paper that I've been having a hard time finding online. I need double color paper(red and green) but with the thickness of a business card. Every website I look at doesn't specify thickness, and cardstock is way to thick. Can you guys please help me? I know basically nothing about paper and would appreciate some tips on how to improve my search.
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btw, I need it in sheet form or some other form that is a lot larger than a business card.
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>thickness of business card
>cardstock too thick
what do you want, then
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>>544899

I thought card stock was thicker than a business card?

I'm probably wrong, and in that case cardstock would be the thing I'm looking for.

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Is it worthwhile for a complete beginner to buy a stack of origami paper, or should I just use lined writing paper/standard printing paper instead?
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It is worth it for beginner stuff.

But not if you are a pro. Kami is kind of the worst for anything more complex than "intermediate". Also anything larger than 15cm also sucks.
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>>542412
I say stick with lined unless you want your shit to look fancy. Once you get good theres some really nifty paper at origamishop . Com/Origamishop . Us
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>>542407
Buy it, but buy in bulk. Kami Isn't very good paper, so if someone is charging $10 for like 25 pieces, you're getting shafted. You can get 500 pieces for like $25-30 (or at east the last time I bought it).

but here's a guideline to paper:

loose leaf/printer < kami < tissue foil < anything else < origamido I've been sticking with tissue foil for a while since I'm poor and it DIY, but origamido is the top shelf product and you'll be paying out the ass for it

PhotoDiagram White Elephant Sipho Mabona
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>>545439
muchas gracias que dios te bendiga mi amigo
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>>545439
Great share mate! Thank you.

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Looking for the autor of tin cute moden, anyone recognise it? Found on internet but lort long time ago..
Tnx 4 the atention...
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looks cool. bump 4 op
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try the all mighty http://lists.digitalorigami.com/
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>>544359
>Looking for the autor of tin cute mode
>>544527
>looks cool. bump 4 op

I think it looks pretty cool as well, OP. Have a bump on me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TvSiYu8z2M

Hey /po/, what do you think about this product: https://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/3D-Puzzle-Metal-Earth-3D-Laser-Cut-Model-3D-Jigsaws-DIY-Gift-Eiffel-Tower-Big-Ben/837958_32340894498.html?spm=a2g01.8041047.0.332.HzK6EL&sdom=101.329.388.0_32340894498

Would it worth buying any of these?
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Yep they're great have built about 5 or 6 of these now, tricky but great fun ^__^
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these are nicer ones though... https://www.aliexpress.com/item/3D-puzzle-for-adult-2015-New-Star-Wars-3D-Nano-metal-Puzzle-DIY-juguetes-educativos-brinquedos/32377138812.html?spm=2114.12010108.1000023.1.SQBqxH
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There are so,e pretty awesome ones out there, I've got 5 just in aircraft and a few others.

Only problem is that you need to go super slow and super carefully or else the entire thing is ruined with one bent piece.

Don't bother with buying the special kit, you don't need the clippers, they just ruin the pieces, it's easier to just tease the pieces off the sheer.
I've found that forceps and tweezers are the best tools to use, I also wear gloves to avoid getting them full of fingerprints.

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Looking for a birthday present for a friend who's super into papercraft and Call of Duty. Unfortunately, there isn't much out there. I was following the COD news and noticed this mech looks relatively simple. Would anyone be able to design a papercraft of it?
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>>544577
"looks simple" Really depends on the level of detail you want and you will be hard pressed to find some one who would do it for free.
You will need to commission it.
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>>544577
Do they like CoD Zombie mode?
http://www.tamasoft.co.jp/pepakura-en/gallery/gallerydetails.php?id=583

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ITT we post funny rodent mazes. Isn't this Super Mario themed one adorable?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=T9-dXJl2I0s
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kill yourself
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OP, that was the coolest thing I've seen all day and I started out the day on /b/, saw the new DBZ abridged, went and got some delicious paperwork. Total newfag to /po/. Literal virgin status on this board and the first time I'm here I see this.
Totally brightened my day
You sir, are not a faggit.
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>>543850
I don't know why you needed to know about my paperwork or why it was something I thought was cool, I'm fuckin high.

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Hello, /po/, here is some OC for you.
This is a debit/gift card register to track how much money left on a card.

Have any other credit card sized papercraft?
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diagram
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bump
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>>544440
How to use it? Cut out the dark area? Assembly?

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Are books like these ever helpful/worth it?
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No, not really. Don't waste your money.

I've seen all these wonderful papercraft done with entirely flat faces, but I was wondering if anybody else had done anything with curved faces. A while ago I dabbled a bit in it making segmented paper arthopods. Picture is the closest thing i could find.
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You mean something like this one?
I found it in google search with "papercraft design curve" but there isn't much more there

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Just asking if anyone out there thinks that this is possible.
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>>537754
What's the matter?
You've got the full instructions... Try it!
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Well, I gave it a shot for you OP but I'm not 100% positive I followed the instructions correctly since I don't speak moon. But I deciphered the arrows best as I could so enjoy I guess.
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this is all just a clever ruse for op to see some panties


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