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someone has the papercraft of Narnia Lamp Post on PaperCraft Museum the link is no longer valid

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(The dodecahedron needed glue because the paper got all soft; I needed tweezers with the cube, but the crane I can do with my fingers.)
My record is I think about 15mm assembled size for a working flapping bird and around 20mm for a crane. I don’t use tweezers or special equipment, so I’m limited to what my fingers are capable of.
I should probably not that the type of flapping bird I learned to do isn’t like yours there. I learned a much simpler model vaguely resembling and dove or pajarita.
This was seriously a legitimate gift to a coworker this past Christmas, :)

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Send any pic of a figure that could fit in that stand
Maybe add a grizzly bear.

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Bowl thread! Post those bowls.

Pic related is a Dresden bowl I just made. Very beautiful, and super easy to make.
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This one was much harder than the Dresden bowl. I like it more though.
Did you design this yourself? It looks like it based off a 12 or 16 grid.
No, I got it off of book: complete origami

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Is it the rise in 3d printing that is starting kill off traditional methods of makind your own models like papercraft?

I had a thought about that when I first heard of these stuff. Whatcha think?
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Is that Ted K?
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Yes. Shortened URL and QR code should redirect to "Industrial Society and Its Future."
3d printing and modelling take plenty of skill building discipline and delayed gratification.
>Hours to design model in CAD
>even more hours for the 3d printer to slowly build up layer to print it
>plus finishing takes additional hours of sanding, painting, etc
get off my lawn you absolute boomer
Hot take: If the "Hobby" consists of pressing a button and being done *Koff Koff* 3d printing *Koff Koff*, it's not a hobby. If you're 3d modeling and then printing, that's a hobby, it takes skill, but if you're just printing whatever model, that's not a hobby.

Super cool paper glass

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Let’s talk about this guy. First thing, I have to say that, regardless of his flaws and his teaching models without permission, I consider him an extremely positive and much needed figure in the origami community. (You know what Jesus said: let him who is without sin cast the first stone. Likewise, let only those who have never illegally downloaded an origami book criticise him.) I don’t know whether his channel has any strikes, but he must be on thin ice in YouTube terms.
So here’s what I suggest: someone with much more storage space than me should download all his videos in case his channel gets deleted, and archive them somewhere. They’re all 720p but generally long.
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Honestly origami people need to stop being such faggots when it comes to copyrights. When you release any idea into the world to the rest of humanity, it is no longer yours. Deal with it.
Es una mierda ,dobla y enseña otros modelos pero no los propios
I wonder how the copyright work for these things. Like for example is he only show how to fold the model and don't show the diagram is it legal ? Like showing how to play a guitar song but not showing the partition, is this illegal ? I guess it's in some sort of a grey zone.

But i would not be surprised if showing how to fold a model that the autor has not diagramed yet (only issued a CP publicly aviable on flickr for example) was perfectly legal.
Diagrams and crease patterns are protected by copyright law. Showing the entire folding sequence (i.e. an "animated" diagram) of a model would infringe on the copyright.

It's not really a grey area. It's pretty simple.
I would totally do this, but I only have 300 gigabytes left and I want to use those for the vidya gaem. Maybe I'll make a google account and use the google drive space exclusively for them, and then just turn link sharing one for the entire folder.

Will probably have to split it up into multiple accounts, he has 227 videos.

Hey /po/, does anyone have templates for Ponyo papercraft models? I found this on image search and it looks so nice and cute, but I can't find instructions for them :(. It would be great if someone can find them... or instructions for an equally good or related model. Thank you.
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I am a bit disappointed with the flakiness hands, especially considering it took nearly a week of fiddling with. Otherwise, I think I improved as I went downwards with the body.
My favourite part about working on this was around the beginning, working on the hair. I freaking love her hair in terms of how it's drawn and animated, so playing with it as a bit of paper brought a lot of joy.
Hey, nice job!
>Have you watched the movie?
I haven't yet! I'll have to make a point to do so next time I need to just sit down and relax, everything by Studio Ghibli I've seen so far has been quite good.

Nice work! Your next one should be /pol/ themed in honor of the origins of this thread ;-)
Thank you!
You do that! Truth be told I'm really bad at getting around to watching stuff myself, guess that's why I'm so clueless about a lot popular culture stuff.
Next thing I work on will probably something that, by some reasonable fraction, fires my imagination and passion as the cause for this project did. Happens on occasion. Not into the pol stuff though.
>Not into the pol stuff though.

Which one is your favourite flower kusudama?
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I just love the simplicity
This is the kusudama https://stranamasterov.ru/node/326784

This is the flower

This is the leaves

The proportions are 1:2.14:2.2 kusudama:flower:leaves. The final project is roughly three times taller than the height of the kusudama. You will need 30 sheets to construct the kusudama.
awesome! thank-you for your help!!!
I recommend making an extra 12 flowers if you don't intend to hang it. Good luck and send pics!
There are alot of people who keep the craft exciting..Ekaterina Lukasheva look at her site on the web
.also Live journal was a beautiful kusudama group

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I got pic related as a git from some neighbors once, and I still remember it sailing through the air for such a long time...

Who makes paper gliders for real here? It seems pretty cool tbqh

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For real, that's great :D

I like how much the makers emphasize precision in these, and it makes me want to create a custom paper-balsa glider for fun.

I also have a drone that I don't do anything with, so being a mission control of sorts would probably be a good use for it
Got one of those in about 1985 for Christmas. It came with an instruction book that had some aeronautical formulas for that type airplane. Fast forward to about 1998, I've had calculus, and I worked at mcd's, so I know that the card stock separators for nugget sauces are about the right stuff to use, and I know how to integrate to find wing areas for airplanes. I dig the old kit out, come up with a couple of designs for, say, a high altitude long range glider etc. and I actually built a couple. They kind of worked. Fun as shit. Thanks for the reminder, OP, and excuse my blog.

No need to apologize, I love hearing about this shit. It’s cool when paper and physics get together
happy new year /po/

I made a photo instruction teaching how to make duo tissue without wrinkles and color blending.
Check it here on the reply
Great tutorial, thank you!
Do you know the method for getting one side white duo tissue?
Lol @ the panel on the right just showing off the cute kitten (^ΦᴥΦ^)
Nothing at all to do with paper

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I couldn't find any link online
found it on papercraftmusuem.com


Thanks, friend!

Would anyone have the cosplay files for the Netflix Ultraman suit?

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hi /po/!
i am folding this sitting bear figure from green tea washi as a gift for a friend. http://www.origami-make.org/origami-bear-sitting.php
can anyone assist me with steps 8 and 9 (pages 5 and 6 respectively)?
when i get to step 8, pic related is what my figure looks like. it is my understanding that they want me to complete the rabbit ear fold along the triplanar formed by the red dash-dot lines, but i'm confused because the side marked blue is "closed" (mountain-folded from that perspective) and the side marked green is open - so i don't see how they want me to complete that fold.
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here's another view for clarity, with arrows for which side is which
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disregard this thread everyone, i figured it out!
Good job man!
thanks! maybe i'll post a pic in a minute
Maybe not.

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hey /po/

I'm trying to construct the water dragon by Brian Chan, but the best instructions I can find are pretty rubbish.

Does anyone else have any cleaner instructions on this one?
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thanks OP challenge fucking accepted

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