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Has anyone done a print from Hoborginc? Im looking to use pic related for cosplay but Im not sure how to harden it so if someone where to step on it, it wouldnt be destroyed. I know how to resin,bondo, and rondo, but not on a scale this small. How would I go about hardening it?
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>>566679
ok ok it means REVOLVER SYSTEMS and then the last word i think is spelled wrong but i think its supposed to mean NAGANT as in mosin-nagant the arms manufacturer
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>>565234
Hey op you have any AS VAL templates?
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>>566639
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl5BLMoplcI
There's also tacome1942 who uses this technique
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this pajeet has great weapons

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2Wiu-w59J8dhxntBMy9u8A
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>>566681
Nagant was the pattern of revolver and a Belgian guy. Mosin-Nagant was specifically in reference to the rifle and was not a manufacturer. The manufacturers ranged from Tula and Ishevsk, to Winchester and Remington who briefly produced M91 pattern rifles during the first world war.
Also not the same Nagant, Leon Nagant designed the revolver whereas his brother Emile worked with Sergei Mosin on the rifle.
Just a little brief history for everyone.

Hello, Alex here from Fold Up Toys. A little while ago I did a request thread on here taking suggestions and turning them into downloadable paper toys for a video series. I had a lot of fun making the models you were interested in.

I've just finished all my major projects for the year and wanted to try this again, but this time work towards a larger overall goal. Putting all the toys based on the requests into a self-published book.

I'll still make the models available for free download, but this way I can wrap the request project up in a neat little portfolio friendly bow.

So, tell me what you'd like a paper toy of, and if I like your suggestion, I'll make it. The OP image has some of the models I designed from the last thread as examples.
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How about a sleeping dragon? Is that not enough? I like your art style it's sort of amazing
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>>570011
I remember seeing you tweet about this, it would be interesting to see more in depth about the process and/or scripts for it, I love the results. Kinda reminds me of those old kids toys where you'd melt a bunch of plastic goo and it'd randomly mix it on some molds.
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>>570043
>>>570011
*chant* video! Video! Video!
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>>570044
>>570043
I've just had a look through my files and it looks like the original script is no longer available, the project was finished a few years ago and was just never fully released for download. But I can certainly make a video talking about how it worked and perhaps even create a new simple toy and make an action script similar to the Rorschach Project to illustrate the process.

When I created the Rorschach toys I didn't even know about Photoshop tools like Smart objects and struggled with basic Java so it would be interesting to see how much easier it is to create now.

I'll add it to my script list for the weekly series, in the meantime my older video creating automated Crypto Kitties toys might give some insight into some aspects of the design process.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxDkkHCZAMY
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>>570054
That would be a very good video. Especially for aspiring toymakers.

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Does any extremely kind anon have the textures for stalker ammo boxes? I can't figure out how to extract them from the SDK.
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Look here: https://forum.facepunch.com/f/fbx/pryc/S-T-A-L-K-E-R-Model-Packs/1/

If the download links still work you should be able to find them in the prop pack. Maybe look in this thread and you find more. Gl on your search
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>>569947
Thanks anon, it appears these have been extracted in the Source engine format. I haven't been able to find the ammo in the prop pack.
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I finally managed to extract them using the Lost Alpha SDK. I can post them if anyone wants them.
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>>569997
Why are you bumping my thread? There are no textures, I realised the game simply uses the top of the box texture for the sides and bottom.
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>>569930
:)

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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fkn cool, reminds me of a luger I did back in highschool, wish I kept it.
How did you manage to make the arms and legs like that? Is it similar to the thingy on bread bags?
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>>568697
that’s exactly it layered on some paper over it as well
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>>568695
Neeto. Any plans on sharing?
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>>568695
these bits are a bit sloppy but other than that great job! Do you intend to share this tamplate or is it just one off thing?
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>>568695
G U N

Rate my wwe title belt /po/
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Based
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Absolutely based and redpilled
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been a while since I've seen chris chan handywork
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>>565824
Shit
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Finna

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Does Origami help getting a gf?
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>>568708
hey i am late to this thread, but i have been here for a decade and this is seriously a standout post compared to most of the garbage i see here. You made a lot of sense. Theres a lot of wisdom here.
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>>569292
this is why i started transitioning from male to female
if the girls don't come to you, become the girl
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>>567202
bar sluts are for quick fucks
there's a reason there's alot of them
not gf material
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>>566458
no
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>>569907
This is insulting on so many levels

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Anyone have a MIG 15 template or pdf? Thanks in advance /po/bros
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http://lmgtfy.com/?q=mig+15+papercraft
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Speaking of MIG-15's. I found this flying MIG download that actually flies really fucking good. But this is the only version of it. Is there any way I can convert it to have different cold war skins??
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Is there anyone who has diagrams from the new's Ekaterina Lukasheva book?
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I'm searching diagrams of beautiful floral kusudamas too
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>>569368
no
i have a maria sinayskaya book though also with kusudamas
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>>569841
I'd love to see it. Sinayskaya has some really great stuff.

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pls someone gimme reference points for this cp
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>>568349
Haha, there's quite a difference between drawing precreasing and drawing actual folding steps. Maybe Jason Ku will diagram it himself one day...
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>>568383
It was worth a shot anyway.
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>>568383
Jason ku does a lot of odd number box creases....5x7x9xand so on
I folded his Jewel beetle and box grids the tiniest lines fell on third or half box..
With Jason's models his schematic diagram helps with the collapse...
I was proud of doing that alone####
I have a folder full of his c.ps ...I'll look for the double of this
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>>568348
Nice effort.
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>>570002
Thanks :)

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Feel free to post your collections, your works in progress, or your star hordes! You can find lots of inspiration in the old thread (http://boards.4chan.org/po/thread/515222) Remember /PO/ is a slow board so please don't bump the thread. I created the last thread over two years ago. Here's to two more.
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>>546816
might have to do something like this.
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>>560797
>>560792

you can get a lot of cool glass jars and containers at thrift shops. or, just ask your neighbors if they have any empty bottles you could have.
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>>553866
I do these while operating heavy machinery
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Is there any way to make a 6 point star to honor my Jewish ancestry
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>>570007
are you memeing

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So sad to see WWG go. And worse is the fact that the Terrainlinx system is going to die with them.

It's a shame nobody else is picking up their banner, the system mixed simplicity with pleasing depth. And it's not like they're around to try and defend their copyright or patent or anything.
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looks fun
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>>544995
looks like a windmill
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>>564807
https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse/pub/6291/Paper-Realms/subcategory/19948_29330/Modular-Terrain
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Historic thread
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>>546612
hey you still have verus? could you send me a link? auchvits2 @ gmail com

Hi there, just found this crease pattern, and can not decipher it, can you guys help me fold these two TIEs?
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>>558587
they're not square, and i don't have thin enough paper for it if i cut my square in half.
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Reds are mountains, blues are valleys?
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>>558580
The best folders section a c.p to crack it..here beside its density 4 seems the simplest way to tackle it..
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It looks really easy, what section is giving you trouble?
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*trips* oh shit, whoops haha
This crease pattern looks pretty cool OP post more :^) 8^)

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Ey /po/, one of the new Pokemon from Pokemon Sun and Moon version is Kartana. It looks like this. Can you make it in real life with origami, and if so, how?

-/vp/
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>>562874
>>568018
Only if you're a faggot.
>>569826
This person is closest to being right but is still wrong.

For those that don't know, many of the early classic origami models (such as the goldfish from the kabuto helmet or the frog that you have to split a flap to form the legs) use cutting and gluing and that is perfectly ok. Yoshizawa-sensei used both cutting and gluing and nobody here is/was/will be a bigger origami legend than him. A lot of the greats and even people on this board utilize mc to shape their models even though mc is a glue. Satoshi Kamiya's Ryujin has a wire armature inside to help it keep its shape. Even the most elementary origami book will probably have the dog/cat face model with drawn eyes. Sorry to burst your bubble, but all the greats "cheat" in origami in some form or another. Has anyone really been far even as decided to claim that pic rel, an image most of you if not all are familiar with, isn't origami?
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>this isn't origami
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Also I'm disappointed no one ITT mentioned noshi, which the Pokemon design seems to derive from.
>>562106
At least you tried.
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This thread is over 2 years old, please let it die in peace.
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>>569951
I like pokemon too friend and would like to make papercraft of them *dab*

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I made this origami tree frog by Robert Lang (Origami Design Secrets). I am satisfied with how it turned out, but, since it is for a gift, I would like it to look as good as possible. What recommendations do you have?
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>>569946
people like tissue foil because it's easy to shape and fairly thin so can be used for models that have a lot of layers. it can also be used to make double colored paper very easily. but. reversing creases sucks, so anything precreased then collapsed won't always want to follow the creases you made (reverse folds, open and closed sinks etc), its weak and will tear easily (unsinking is hell), and any tiny little mark you put in it will stay there permanently.
double tissue is also very thin and suitable for complex models, but it's much stronger and is more willing to follow existing creases. making double sided paper is harder, shaping is slightly more effort (but if you can make the paper you can shape with it since you'll have the MC). i've rarely had double tissue fatique and tear unless I pulled it too hard.
i think tissue foil was the hot shit until double tissue came along, but some people are stuck in their ways and continue to push it. most complex models are some kind of single/double/tissue paper these days. imo you should try a lot of everything, as something i learned was there's no perfect paper. you want to go as thick as your model will allow coz it makes your life easier, and every paper requires different manipulations to get the most out of. i still think tissue foil is shit though.
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>>569973
Alright well thanks for such a lengthy writeup.I appreciate it. As someone who has only ever folded the stereotypical papercrane from printer paper, is there a resource I should be going to, to educate myself? This board strangely seems to have no sticky despite having a lot to learn.

Lastly, can you suggest a good place to buy origami paper from? I live in america, so i figured art stores like micheals or hobby lobby would be the obvious place to look. But is ebay or amazon good as well? I found some really interesting looking origami paper on amazon, but a lot of the coolest paper had constant criticisms of overpowering chemical smells coming from them.
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>>569954
Yeah it tissue foil. And thanks for the vote of confidence, bruh.

>>569973
I am one of those tissue foil apologists. The reversing is a bit tricky, but you get used to it. Also a lot of the lines can be buffed out and become barely noticeable, though some are easier than others.

>>569976
I usually put the order of paper as construction<printer<kami<tissue foil<specialty papers (double tissue, washi, lotka, origamido, etc).

I like tissue foil because it's a bit easier to make than double tissue, and despite it's flaws is still infinitely better than kami you'll find in hobby shops, and cheaper than specialty papers. I use Dollar Tree items and make several large sheets at once
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>>569976
origamishop.us my man. I recommend getting a discovery pack if you really dont know whats around. by the way the tissue/metal foil here isn't quite the same as tissue foil people always talk about, it's way stronger and thicker and less useful for very complicated models with lots of layering (but the 'sandwhich foil' seems just as shit). they also don't sell premade double tissue, it's something you gotta make yourself.
i learned more about paper as the models i was folding required it. i think tant (even though it tears easily) and biotope are good starting points for beginner > intermediate models, and much better than printer paper or kami.
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>>569985
Speaking of the thing Origami Shop calls tissue foil, I find it appropriate only for intermediate and high-intermediate models. I confidently attempted Tadashi Mori’s Darkness Dragon 2.0 (because ‘well it’s expensive specialty paper and it says it’s good for complex stuff, so it should be fine, right?’ and I absolutely do not recommend folding models of that caliber with it. Looking back I should have chosen Jo Nakashima’s Devil Dragon 2.0 instead (his instruction video used the exact same size and colour of tissue foil that I had).
Also their ‘sandwich paper’ (the real tissue foil) is decent.

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My girlfriends birthday and id like to make her this..I'm stuck on the collapse and ref points
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>>569203
Exactly, a thoughtful gift is better than an expensive one. If a girl doesn't like it, then shes not the girl for me. Some of this origami shit isn't easy either
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>>569202
I've got the centre heart and it's border...I've been playing around and it looks as if I should have folded the outside border the turned over and folded the bottom to the middle...
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>>569204
I have already made her origami flower once while waiting for her outside a changing room...it was like half an hour and I got feel ups that night
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As close as a few weeks away and I'm still not completed
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There are apps in Google store where you can practice origami folding...keep trying


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