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Not sure if this is relevant to the board, but I'll shoot anyway.

Anyone knows of a database/forum/site/community for complete high quality board game scans? Best I found is http://www.boardgamer.ru/forum/, but unlike cs.rin.ru, there's no English section (as far as I'm aware). There's ripping from Tabletop Simulator, but the scans are mostly shitty. BoardGameGeek is another place, although there's usually no official stuff (understandable), only community contributions.

Concretely, I'm looking for Battlestar Galactica. I have no scans of my own to contribute, sorry.
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>>571869
I'll give it a try, thanks.
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>>571869
>/toy/
Or /tg/.
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>>571874
Already tried there, no luck. I had exactly zero replies before the thread got archived. It's a fast board, so perhaps I'll try again in a day or two.
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>>571882
Try in the boardgame general (bgg) on /tg/
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>>571885
Will do, thanks.

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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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>223 days
fug
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almost 337 days
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Hehe
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>>571819
hey mods, i am sorry for replying 'dick in a power socket' to that guy a couple days ago. i have realized that it was a mistake?

does anyone have a model that would look good with the text on here?
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>tfw our oldest thread got bumped off by tarded ‘raiders’

Hey guys, I'm looking for the pic related papercraft of Beartic for a birthday gift. I've already found the original source
https://jav-papercraft.blogspot.com/2013/11/beartic.html?showComment=1550346906725#c3350438293317148455
but the link is broken and I'm not exactly sure how long it could take for the owner to notice my PMs, so I wanted to ask around here if anyone might have this one saved and would be willing to share it with me somehow.
Might as well use this thread afterwards as some sort of papercraft seeking general too so it serves some sort of purpose.

Thanks in advance guys
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>>571204
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what's a model that you've made yourself? I (personally) believe that this dragon was my own creation, and im quite proud of him!
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>>571851
What a cute model! And if you've never seen it before, it's an original!

I've had multiple threads over the years of my designs (>>559513), all with some level of controversy, I'm afraid! But this is to be expected. Even if it's a quiet board, it's still 4chan.

Keep making new shit, and only take constructive criticism from these guys. Keep on folding your own shit your own way, and you'll have a whole catalogue for us to admire.
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>>571851
I love your choice of origami paper!!! So colourful, does great justice do that lil dragon.
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I've never seen an elephant with wings before, that's tres cute
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I'm wary of attributing very simple models to a single person. Mostly because it's very likely (considering the combinatorics of paper folding) that someone else has done it before.

That being said, very cute dragon, and I hope you continue being creative and making things.

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hey /po/ with Sekiro coming out in a few days and it's Japanese influence, its perfect for papercraft! With nothing official available, would it be possible for someone to design a papercraft of samurai armor from the game? There isn't much papercraft from any FromSoftware games out there!
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not from the game but here is a samurai armor papercraft

http://papermau.blogspot.com/2015/04/complete-decorative-samurai-armor-paper.html
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>>571808
Thanks! Maybe something like this could be modified
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>>571837
no worries. i also found these helmets which i think are cool!

it's in a different language so just use google to translate the page.

http://mogamiyoshiaki.jp/?p=log&l=108854

Im making my own Deer head. Currently im putting all parts together, I have chose to glue it using double side tape to make it more clean in finish, but unfortunately tape is keeping to bump away. Do you have any double side tape recommendation? Paper that I used for this papercratf is around 250.
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>>567551
try me bitch
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>>567449

I prefer PVA wood glue and magnets, spread the glue thin onto the paper and let it dry for a couple seconds, that way it will easily stick but not seap or smear.
Use magnets to hold it in place untill it is dry enough, about 4 minutes later.

Wood glue is not as runny as PVA glue made for paper
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>>567580
Why are you not using glue? Are you in pre-k?
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>>567541
They are called venture tapes for example
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nice

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Anybody got these? Can anybody share them please, links are all dead and they are super cute :( thanks
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sey ar wery kjut
shame all the links are really offline from what i can see
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Hey, that's really cute. Going to watch this thread for interest.
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This seems to be where they originated and the japanese says it was limited availabilty

https://web.archive.org/web/20111102232911/http://powdered-snow.seesaa.net/article/211525173.html
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>>570648
here ya go OP. found it using google reverse image search and a bit of searching but was able to find it in about 10m enjoy!

http://www.mediafire.com/file/1exeq7x5e2g5rme/mymelody.zip
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>>570696
On behalf of this anon, posting PDF here as per normal practice on this board. Will remark there is also PDO file in that zip file, that may or may not be of interest.

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What makes a good printer, /po/? I haven't bought a printer in over a decade and I want to get back into papercraft. This Canon TS9120 has good reviews for a low price. I figured a printer aimed at good photo quality printing would translate well to printing papercraft models on card stock. Anyone have any recommendations?
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>>571629
>>571631
solid advice right here OP. Laser printers do produce ultimately sharper images because well it uses a laser but I doubt you need to have extremely sharp prints at the expense of more dull colours. One thing to add as well is with laser printers they don't need maintenance as often but when they do you may run into some problems where you need to replace internal components using a maintenance kit.

In a nutshell use an inkjet printer it's easily the best choice for your scenario
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>>571641
This, only follow my advice >>571621 if you barely print. I had several inkjet but all of them died because I didn't use them regularly. Sometimes I didn't print for months so the laser was the best choice for me.
The fixed heads vs disposable head also an important question as >>571629 wrote. If you have printer with disposable you change printer heads with the cartridge. But the fixed head could be troublesome is the ink dries and clog it up, it's pretty hard to clean. I tried several times with an EPSON and the result wasn't so good. But if you print regularly there will be no problem.
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OP here, thanks for all the great links and advice. I seldom print anything anymore, but an AIO printer solution would be great. I suppose an inkjet would be the way to go. I'll look over the provided links when I get some time.

>>571631
I have come across the issue of scored folds doing this from laser prints. It really messes with the quality. Is there a way to help avoid this? Any recommendations for scoring tools for very fine lines? I suppose the inkjet toner will penetrate deeper into the cardstock, and perhaps using a lighter paper would help too. Hopefully, I can use a colored marker to clean up the cracked fold joints.
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>>571729
The really bad appearance appears when you fold+unfold many times. In complex models, when is hard or long to ensemble, is more possible you fold+unfold.

I use the back part of an xacto, or the sharp one with minimum pressure, it wil crack but in a nice straight line.
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>>571400
Get the Canon Pro-100. Sometimes it goes on sale for $60 after rebate and comes with paper.

That, plus the $100 ink refill kit from precisioncolors.com will set you for life.

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Would anybody happen to have the Uncle B's Place pyramid head model that was made way back in 2012? It's so well detailed and the only silent hill papercraft of note it seems.

the dead link and info is at
http://bs-hobby.blogspot.com/2012/03/pyramid-head-papercraft-complete.html
I've already scrubbed through some indonesian blog that also mirrored the site but they've both been dead since 2012.

as a side note I really wish I had taken more time to archive more papercraft over the years. there's so many good models from the early 2000 to 2014 that are completely lost to time due to fickle file hosting. I have around 20 gigs from when I was collecting years ago. Now that file space is peanuts I'm attempting to start archiving again.
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if anybody wants any of these just pick and i'll mirror it, if not throw up the whole thing (there was an anon that posted this particular folder ages ago). this is only some of the stuff i've saved.
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here's the first one. will have a look through my files to see if i have the other ok
https://www.mediafire.com/file/6uqklx4lh90zvcl/Pyramid_Head.rar/file
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>>571772
you're the best, thank you
i'll see if I can find some of the old uhu02 models in tribute and in eager anticipation <3
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I have almost all of his toys also ^__^
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meant to go to /pol/, ended up here. This is prolly the most redpilled and saddest thread I've seen in a long time. Everything should be perserved, and I feel for your lost anon.

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Sledge hammer
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neato

so, i found this really cool crow here (https://langorigami.com/artwork/crow/)
and i wanted to know if someone has instructions to make it (or something similar)
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there is not, but you can find a variation in the FINCH, OPUS 439 that is in the book the fold 1, of course you will have to find a way to add the 3 missing fingers
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omg thanks anon

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ENG:
Orirobo Battle Royale
FUCHIMOTO MUNEJI

JAP:
オリロボバトルロイヤル 切らずに1枚で折るオリガミロボット / 切らずに1枚で折るオリガミロボット

フチモトムネジ/著

I am looking for a pdf or scan of this book. I loved his first book and only found out recently he made a second. Does anyone have this one? Thank you kindly!

In the mean time, does anyone have any cool robot/mecha origami to try out? I'm always on the hunt for cool robo models, thanks again!
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>>570844
Is Battle Royale that much of a meme that origami book publishers are using it as a selling point? Ffs
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This looks fun. Watching.
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Looks really interesting, hope someone posts a scan because I would also love to read it.

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Can anyone here teach me how to make a dabbing dollar bill?
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Anyone with TreeMaker and enough crease pattern folding skills to reverse engineer this? Or maybe it's not that complicated.
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>>571653
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yeduYXWldjQ&feature=youtu.be
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>>571773
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>>571773
how...

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Donno if this belongs in /k/ thought /po/ was fitting.
>be me
>want a AKM Krinkov
>remember seeing some russki making paper guns on yt
>hmm.png
>PC breaks and stuck on shitty iphone 4
>rescale images from phone using receiver messerments as a 1:1 reference
>get this 1:2 scale image done
>mfw I turned a papercraft guns thread into a greentext
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>>571046
>PC breaks and stuck on shitty iphone 4
Get a job
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Kek
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looks awesome!
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>>571046
i live in uk and i got arrested just for looking at this photo

Rate my wwe title belt /po/
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Based af senpai
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Devastating
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>>565824
Based /asp/
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Finna based
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Better than the real thing


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