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Well, GreMir closed when I wasn't looking, anyone have copies of their Novgorad or Messina?
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Annnd I messed up the name, good job me... French Battleship Messena.
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>>569406
And you still messed it up. It's "Massena".
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>>569410
Boy I really hate myself right now. Don't sleep and post.
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>>569405
No thank you. I'm doing "test runs" on Digital Navy's Yamato model currently. So far I've got most of 1 of the 46cm main batteries. It's a pain in the ass cause my computer can't fit the templates properly on the page (despite supposedly being designed to work with A4 or Letter paper). Also, my printer isn't strong enough to properly print on the card stock used for most of the large components.

yo /po/
im at a loss for resources here. i got down how to make a full head helmet, how to re-enforce it, make it purdy. but as for making it fit on my damn head....how

any one know of how to make a full helmet piece thats not ment to slip on like a motorcycle helmet latch and fit? padding to fit a head takes care of how it would fit snug on my head, if i knew of a way to make the front and back latch together without hanging large hardware or hinges off the damn thing.

any ideas?
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magnets lots of them... also remember the two pieces power rangers helmets

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Modular Origami
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>>568423
What
When did I claim otherwise?
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>>568266
>>568267
is this board so fucking slow you can predict the next post you're going to make?
smdh
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>>568266
>I say the only place fit for it is a crematorium.
fuckin lol'd
>>568263 I guess it's because 3D models are rendered using polygons and whatnot, but this shit always makes me think of /v/
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>>568267
tomoko fuse is my favorite
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>>568263
It's pretty, looks pretty firm as well due to the compact use of paper. I wonder what it would feel like and how it's weight is.

Additive origami would be a nice name for it as well.

How do I make a turret for my paper tank
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Did you make that from a tutorial on YouTube? If so, could you link it? I think that was my favorite model years ago and I wanna fold some more.
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>>569484
Nice E-25 bro...
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=p1UQy8-UyVc the better version
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.

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Models and tips for a beginer?
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>>569501
>drawing on the paper
ISHYGDDT
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>>569506
This hurts me on an extremely deep level.
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1. Buy patterned paper with pretty colours and fold with it. If you don't have any, white printer paper is a good substitute.
2. Do not hesitate to draw on the paper! Make the model yours, it will be beautiful! I recommend permanent whiteboard markers. Draw your lines two or three times to set the colour in. I also suggest coloured pencils. Generally, make sure to include at least two colours in a model.
3. Googly eyes are a must if you want your models to look professional.
4. Origami elitists and other jerks will tell you to make sharp, accurate creases. Ignore that — the model will look nice either way, and you shouldn’t waste so much time on that stuff. It often won’t even make a difference if you start witha perfect square or not — A4/letter sheets are okay too!
5. The same people would insist that '''''''real origami''''''' uses no cuts. As before, ignore them — there are some really nice origami spiders and crabs whose legs are made this way, try them!
6. For learning new models, nothing beats origami.com, which has good instructions in clear and polished English, quality step-by-step animations and a variety of fun models, many of which are inspired by the best culture in the world, the Japanese culture.
7. If books are more your thing, I heartily recommend the one in the picture. You can find a shining review of it here: goo dot gl slash 1Ggdrc.
8. And finally, if you prefer video as a form of instruction, the best origami YouTube channels are in Spanish, but that’s not a big issue, because just seeing the paper is enough to understand what to do. Just search ‘como hacer origami [...]’ and an array of quality tutorials will be at your fingertips.
With all that said, I hope I gave you enough information to get yourself started and much more! And remember, if you have difficulties, /po/ is a helpful and active place to ask, and your question will be answered within minutes. Happy folding! :^)
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>>569501
Don't listen to >>569506, those look so cute!!
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>>569501
Power

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I want you guys to print out part of this thread and turn it into origami.

You might be wondering why you would make this boring thread into origami.
Well that's because this isn't just some random thread.
This is going to be the oldest thread on all of 4chan!

Have fun.
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>>566234
oldest post?
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>160 days old
Time really flies, I saw this thread when it was new.
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>>563744
Of ancient fabric.
Any totorials on a 3D Hakenkreuz, by the way?
I mean..... /po/X/pol/ was meant to be.
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>>567996
it should be easily doable as a raised, brick-like relief on a flat surface... if I weren't so lazy to fold a grid I'd have done it,
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>223 days
fug

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Hey, I have the files for pic related. I printed them out on regular printer paper (8.5inX11in), but it didn't fit the figure since it was too small of course. How can I resize the file so it can fit a 6 inch figure like pic related?
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>>569469
take a picture of this picture with your iPhone 3, transfer to Google Drive, download, open in MSPAINT, print from there
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>>569469
Get a wide format printer (they're pretty cheap these days). Epson makes some pretty good ones. I have a WF 7610 and can print max 13 x 19 and scans 11x17. Great for papercraft and comics.
I've taken some A4 paper crafts and blown them up to 11x17.

Otherwise, in print settings just scale up.
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Likewise, you can always just scale down in the print settings.

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I'm not sure if this is the right board for this, but I was wondering if anyone would happen to have an English translation of the instructions inside the Howl's moving castle papercraft book. Pic is of book
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Some of the instructions
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>>569397
Why are those instructions in Chinese when the cover is in Japanese?
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>>569428
I think it is a Chinese reprint. I have seen them on Ebay and Etsy. I want one.

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i have been into origami for a while now and i feel like i can't find any challenging origami. Anyone have any REALLY challenging origami instructions? Found some cool pictures but i cant find the instructions.
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Saving the last thread in the catalog
Bump for >>558269
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>>558208
What is it about this model that makes it a Jew?
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>>558191
I've folded the snail before, wasn't that difficult
the hebrew instructions were annoying tho
>>562697
if you can't, then won't it be a great challenge ? :)
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>>558269
english instructions? i don't think i understand the diagram
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>>568016
it's on youtube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Kv4Ywmcyng

Hey /po/, Im from /tg/.

I was hoping that maybe you guys and gals could help me. I'm looking for Foamboard templates for buildings and the like, for table top wargames...

Not so much paper craft as foam craft.

I'll post the 2 or 3 building templates Ive found so far as examples.
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>Bugbait's Imperial Bastion
Keep in mind that there are a number of pieces with off sided measurements. ex: the top floor has 4 outcroppings that should be of similar measurement each but it can be clearly seen that this is not the case, you even have mismatched angles on said outcroppings.

use with caution
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>>565564
More Bugbait this time a Fortress of Retribution
again be wary of measurements
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>>565564
It'll be alright.
>>565565
Thanks.
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I posted this awhile back and saw that the link was gone, so here it is again- plenty of paper models for fantasy war-gaming:
https://edoc.site/queue/games-workshop-warhammer-townscapes-1988-pdf-free.html
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Aus der erde sind wir genommen,
zur erde sollen wir wieder werden
Erde zu erde
Asche zu asche
Staub zu staub

http://paper-replika.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9334:plague-doctor-wearable-mask-papercraft&catid=73&Itemid=207362

Can you pin this?
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I want this thread to have another chance at life. Here is a bump :)

Does anyone have the templates for this model?
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It looks like Sleeping Beauty Castle Hong Kong.
To me.
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>>569127
Well, you're wrong. It's Cinderellas castle in Orlando, FL.
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Bump, still looking for templates please.
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This is from a papercraft construction book "Build Your Own Walt Disneys Cinderella Castle". Amazon has it for $62.28 since it is out of print. Doesn't seem to be any scans since unbuilt books are rare. Maybe you could buy one and scan it for everyone else? Alternatively, Metal Earth has a steel model of Cinderella's Castle if that floats your boat. You could even feasibly modify a scanned template and upscale it for a papercraft version.
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>>569363
Nah.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3Bd3HUMkyU

Vidya meets Cardboard Papercraft. What does /po/ think of this synthesis?
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nice, any idea wher to get replacements of the other parts?

also what dimensions are those printed? (35cmx50cm)
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>>563883
the scale is missing and they're definitely not meant to be printed on a4
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>>565519
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJgQWOlbLnM

doesn't look so bad. not worth $80 but I could see it at ~50 with their other games
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>>560586
>wife's son
ftfy
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>>560137
My wife's son loves it

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Hi guys. Does anyone have these? I've looked everywhere but can't find anything. Thanks.
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If anyone finds the taiko no tatsujin one I'll be forever thankful
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>>564577
Why would anyone want them?
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Why didn't they even reuploaded it on the original site ):
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I hope anyone still find them someday
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>>565639
Someone please find the Taiko one :(

So I recently got into Team Ico's games and I found out that they released some official ICO papercraft a few years back, but I'm having trouble locating the models. Does anyone happen to have them? I believe there were 4- 2 of the main characters and some scenery.
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>>569334
here ya go! enjoy!
http://www.rpgfan.com/pics/ico/art.html
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>>569338
Cool thanks :) much appreciated! are these A4 size?
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>>569351
i believe so except for the first and last image. their resolutions are only 510x725 while the other are 800x1000. so the other 2 might not look so good. but better than nothing :)


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