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Hello! I have been lurking here for a while and thought that Origami was really cool and that I want to do it myself. However I do not know where to begin; any help would be greatly appreciated!
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Don't mess with the freaking crane. This cube is the easiest good- looking model you will ever fold.
Bumping nice old thread
>>558472 made me some nice memories.
Where do you guys buy paper? I need some larger paper but it's all decorative, I just need some 30x30 plain paper
I buy my paper from my local papershop, but then again I live in Amsterdam, so I have many stores closeby.

I guess you could buy your paper from Amazon or Aliexpress

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Origami Pokemon thread
post cp's, diagrams, and your finished models
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i'm not sure this will help anymore, but here's how i got my reference points

also, i like Calico's origami a lot (i wish i could get the zapdos crease pattern), but i've noticed before that there's a pretty big jump between the finished crease pattern and the model. the bottom right is what i ended up with, and, while i can basically tell what's what, it needs a lot of shaping
Well, it's certainly less complicated than mine. I did a quick test and it seems your references don't quite line up with mine, but that could be due to me testing it very quickly and very roughly. But they look close enough together to not make a huge difference whichever way we do it.

I like his models too. Nidoran and Pidgey were the two that drove me to learn how to read crease patterns. You're so right about how much shaping his models need - I spent 6 months repeatedly trial-and-erroring Nidoran and it's now one of my favourite things to fold. Drowzee's next, but it's bloody insane. I have what I think is the correct base, but I have no idea where to go from there, other than the nose.
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Interesting, I checked the two reference points again on the same sheet and again, they don't quite align. However, I tested out your method and continued with the entire CP and got exactly the same results as with mine. The coloured one was using your method, the white mine and they're identical.

Given that your method is much cleaner than mine, I think I'll stick to using that, so thanks! In hindsight, it seems so simple and obvious, I'm kinda annoyed with myself I couldn't figure it out sooner.
I thought that I was the only
i been doing all those tanteidan magazine crease pattern challenges, so i look for reference points a lot. it's funny, but you only need almost perfect points for most models. (i have run into a couple that being even slightly off will ruin the whole thing)

i didn't end up much into Calico's stuff, because my favourites didn't have crease patterns (zapdos, raichu, jirachi, and some others like space godzilla)

Free download of Mega Man X series Zero. Enjoy!

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Posting the PDF here, for access and posterity.
first time trying something like this, i mean, i'm a total newfag here. what are your recommendation on this? also, nice zero

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hi /po/

does anyone have the scans for


there were some from the archive back from 2014 but the link died

also are there any more who did touhou papercraft stuff other than ssa and lily?
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That's massive!
she's 37cm tall
Does anyone got the schematics for this? the downloads on paper craft are dead and wayback aint able to pull the old Downloads. Thanks in advance

or if you want to skip the ads. Here:

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Thanks man putting a pdf here for ease of access

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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Thanks for the replay, I like this project, and im happy that you visit /po/.
I was planing to make my own deer head for long time, and finally get right size and colored paper.
Project has some small imperfections in pdf file itself, some parts off head are very hard too fold concretely when paper is around 250/300.

I was looking for some heavy duty tape, but It was hard to apply, I was hoping that gorilla duble side tape, or 3M could hold all the tension.

What is your preferable way of putting model together? From the neck or horns?
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try me bitch

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
Why are you not using glue? Are you in pre-k?

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Any recommendations for some good beginner origami?
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Any books by John Montroll
Any modular or sonobe
Even better, a swan
a rock
Origami spring
Origami Fox is easy for first timers.

T. Beginner

Sup /po/ what’s the smallest thing you ever folded?

I just folded this about 3 min ago.
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>that's the way to read the dates.
Only if you're ass backwards, like most of the world is.
god damn that's tiny
That's what she said
This thread has taken an interesting turn
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I found a clip. This shows the second smallest boat. The smallest wasn't really distinguishable in the scene.

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Now I just need a party to run it through
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I get that a lot.

Never too late for dungeons and mayhem
I cant believe this story you are telling me, its macabre!
no u
looks really nice with a lot of work put in too, you did right

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Hello there,

I'm looking for Formula 1 car paper models.

Specifically I'm missing:

1991 McLaren MP4/6

2005 Renault R25
2006 Renault R26

2010 Red Bull Racing RB6
2011 Red Bull Racing RB7
2012 Red Bull Racing RB8
2013 Red Bull Racing RB9

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>2006 Renault R26
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Do these work?

Anybody got these files maybe? I know they are on Taobao and you have to pay for them, but I can't order them from my country at all :( I know a Philiphine or something site has some of them, but not all, and I was wondering if anybody is willing to share or trade them? Thanks in advance.
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Post sites that sell them, at least. Some of us ain't broke ass niggas
its chinese, but it lines up with the pics

>put posters and nice things on the walls
>live in a wet and cold place
>also gets hot when the heaters are on
>every 2 weeks all the posters fall down
>blu tack either looks solid and not squishy anymore
>put them up again
>fall down in a few weeks again

Is there anything better than this without damaging the walls?
I thought you guys will know the pro tips on the matter..
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get magnets
>be me
>move in day during August month
>RAs pass out free Command Strip samples
>ask them if I can take the rest of the boxes when move-in day is over
>"sure we'll get more next year"
I'm pretty sure I'll never run out for the rest of my life now.
I learned a good trick from organizing small, unprofessional art shows- get velcro strips. Get those big bulk ones online that you have to cut yourself, and assign one side for the wall and another side for your posters and other things you wanna hang. Cut out small squares and put them in the corners of what you wanna hang. Usually, it comes with adhesive on the back, protected by peel-off plastic. Velcro strips are pretty sturdy, too. They can hold my canvas paintings on the wall no problem.
Painter's tape in loops
Blu Tack soaks into the paper over time and ruins the edges whenever I use it.

Have you tried those big wooden clip style hangers? Not quite a frame and easy to swap stuff out.

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does anyone have Paper Pendulum Clock kit or pattern? I have a kind of kit book but it quality is bad. pls share if you have better. I really want to make this one. thank you!
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Ihr habt den Weg vom Wurme zum Menschen gemacht, und Vieles ist in euch noch Wurm. Einst wart ihr Affen, und auch jetzt ist der Mensch mehr Affe, als irgend ein Affe.
Ganbare kiddo.
Come on anon, don't give up
Please dont give up after all this time...
I'm rooting for you anon!

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Are there scans of these things? A lot of them seemed to be timed exclusives.

I was gonna do the jojo ones on the papercraftsquare site but the dl links are dead.
here ya go OP! just used reverse google image search and found them :)


seems there is more as well. enjoy!

I used the power of wayback the wayback machine and found the jojo templates.

Here you go just add the . in org

Thank you so much I appreciate it a lot!

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Hey guys I want to get back into origami and I would like some recomandations from you
What should I make where I can find idk instructions what paper should I use etc
My best work was a T Rex from a book I had when I was 10

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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?

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This thread is over 2 years old, please let it die in peace.
I like pokemon too friend and would like to make papercraft of them *dab*
>Also, printed details are not allowed
Is there a line between colour and printed details? Or is a thing like Kartana impossible to fold "traditionally"?
soon to be 3 by november :^)
but i am interested in this

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