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Welcome to /po/! We specialize in origami, papercraft, and everything that’s relevant to paper engineering. This board is also an great library of relevant PDF books and instructions, one of the best resource of its kind on the internet.

Questions and discussions of papercraft and origami are welcome. Threads for topics covered by paper engineering in general are also welcome, such as kirigami, bookbinding, printing technology, sticker making, gift boxes, greeting cards, and more.

Requesting is permitted, even encouraged if it’s a good request; fulfilled requests strengthens this board’s role as a repository of books and instructions. However do try to keep requests in relevant threads, if you can.

/po/ is a slow board! Do not needlessly bump threads.
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FAQs about origami

Where do I begin with origami and how can I find easy models?

Try browsing the board for guides, or other online resources listed below, for models you like and practice folding them.

A great way to begin at origami is to participate in the Let’s Fold Together threads >>>/po/lft - open up the PDF file and find a model you like, work on it, and discuss or post results.

http://en.origami-club.com
https://origami.me/diagrams/
https://www.origami-resource-center.com/free-origami-instructions.html
http://www.paperfolding.com/diagrams/

What paper should I use?


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I'm interesting in seeing /po/'s best work.
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I maked this

Diplodocus and Tyrannosaurus Rex
From bird bases
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>>575424
Made this today with 15x15cm Japanese paper of some kind.
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>>554085
Oh no...I've tried folding this pervasive work of paper folding art yet have failed time and time again. Around my area it's known as the "Monolithic rubblestone boulder".

What's your secret?
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>>564531
Happen to have the pattern for that?
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>>554085
Modern Art I see

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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>>574026
thanks OP for sharing
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please post some shit you wanna share though
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decided to make Slip
he’s my second favorite cousin
the nets a bit complicated so i could draw one out if you need one
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>>574489
nice
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>>574189
>>574018
>>568695
thank you for these contributions to humanity, Anon. keep up the good work and if you have some kind of blog or twitter where you post things like these hmu

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How do you guys make your models keep their shape? for example i was folding Satoshi Kamiya's frog today and ended up more like a random blob with bits sticking out than the shape youre supposed to get. What gives maan
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Glue
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I haven't tried it but apparently Methyl Cellulose works great for making your models hold their shape.
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>>576037
I use tissue foil, so my models hold their shape well. Other artists use glue and wire, with clothespins to hold it between longer sessions.

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Does anybody have Hiroko's ferris wheel? It looks like her shop site is already down http://www.geocities.jp/h_pdr/Shopping.html
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I've had the book somewhere. I'll try to find it.
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>>576000
Thanks mate, hope to hear from you soon
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https://www120.zippyshare.com/v/Fsj7rWo3/file.html

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what does /po/ think about it? i find it super relaxing when nothing better to do and its good use for leftover small bits of paper
also recommend models to fold
this ones a favorite of mine
https://youtu.be/JxkBSAXcfqQ
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Here's a red one.
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I love the modular polyhedra. I made this one for a date I had recently, and she loved it. I've been doing origami for almost 30 years and the modular stuff is still by far my favorite!
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>>574160
You should make the tajmahal ball, its interesting and unique to most modulars because it uses rhomboid shapes for faces.

Also, the moving cubes and moving cube wall modulars are a nice variation to your classic modular collection imo. Maybe a few different origami magic balls (if you use multiple different squares for a larger colored one it could be considered a modular)

https://youtu.be/IZyJIZEiP7g
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>>574517
I'm finally done with the big one. I used 5cm2 sheets which results in a sphere of about 16cm of diameter. I pushed the corners in to transform it into a truncated icosahedron.
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This is a neat model I found. It has equilateral triangles, so in order to make it, you can take a pic of an isometric grid and print it on paper (thick paper is better) It's the triangular gyroscope module from Lewis Simon.

I’d like to make some origami of all the different image boards out there. Recent news has me thinking more about them. Show me your best clover paper or whatever you got.
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Hey, it's me again showing off two new weapons I've made from scratch using cardboard and pictures as reference.
Here's a sniper based on the AWP and a shotgun based on the Ithaca.
The shotgun loads and ejects from the bottom, couldn't figure a proper mechanism.
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Here's a Karambit. First try while following a tutorial. Pretty cool looking
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>>575972
your bed looks exactly like mine i love it
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>>576027
Lmao thanks man!

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What's the superior fold?
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Bamhurger
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Hutdäg

Let's start a new thread since the previous one has been archived
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>>576044
Very good, but it's still a bee.
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>>576047
May not be on Terry's yet, but someone is holding a copy of it. Please share.
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>>576035
Thanks :-)
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Please share this book https://www.saorigami.com/origami-record-vol1/?fbclid=IwAR2PUKMjX8j9OsullX4-M4I6Sti645nySD9XQrzkgJpSUfjXytoT8d1fg8Q or at least this diagram.
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>>576042
I only know the pseudo he uses on that site.

I’ve been searching everywhere for this Nintendo Power Giratina model, but I can’t seem to find it-the only major link is dead. Does anyone have a copy?
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>>576048
here is a scan i found of it. better than nothing i suppose.

https://s639.photobucket.com/user/BombaFrita/library?page=1

Enjoy!

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SOMEONE HAVE NEW BOOKS OF ORIGAMI???
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,
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0_0
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>>575911
Nice book, For me, the turtle is one of the best models
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Trang trung hieus Archer c.p please
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naomikisato

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Someone have this one?
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>>575731
why is it garbage?
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>>575733
yeah but cant buy it by some reason
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https://www70.zippyshare.com/v/LJpBqrFj/file.html
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>>575999
omg thank you
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RESPECPECT ..


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Hey po/ do you know where i can find the last version of pepakura designer 3.1.8 full with the patch to view locked models? thanks a lot for your help
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This will always be my favorite thread on 4chan.
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>>535361
this is possibly the saddest possible outcome of a thread
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>>575669
Here OP, I check /po/ from time to time and it's really nice to see such helpful thread still exists. I have been able to update and use the new versions of pepakura thanks to the information shared in here. It's like a time capsule that takes me back to 2016!
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Thank you.. you re genious.

It's worked good.
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>>535361
>3 years


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