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Anyone have this Kyuubi diagram?

i found it in neo origami, but the page is off.

I Want to make a trade, I have some books in my folder, I will show them here. Choose some in exchange for the kyuubi Pdf if you have and if exist (hehe)
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tails and arms 1: the diagonal on the edge in section 3 from the last set should be stretched up to make the first tail section (and the same way on the back). then reverse fold all the edges between them to make the rest of the tails. do the same type of reverse folds on the other side body section.
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arms 2: this is the body section from a different angle. you should have 7 points from the last set of reverse folds in the last part. sink and spread the next to last point on either side to make the end point longer. you should end up with 3 points together and one longer away on either side (which are the front legs)
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finishing: finally, fold the section 8 line and the gridline between 8 and 9 through all layers. that’s basically it. shape the model (tail, head and ears, etc) to get the final look
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so, hope that helps

good luck
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>>573619
Wow, Thanks.
I really appreciate it.
I will try now.

You said not looking for anything, ok, I have other diagrams and cp in my folder if you want I can show you

Really Thanks Cagedscorpion

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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>>571606
not sure if the net is just enough for ya guys, i could add the tabs and shit but i just normally free hand most of my shit anyway
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>>571607
Thanks man. Looks like you used those metal twist ties you find at the supermarket for the arms and legs?
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>>571634
yeah i just layered paper over them
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wow. i thought it was OC. nwm

sauce me please.
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>>573603
Why can't you people just let shit like this die already?

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I humbly share Byakuren's papercraft. i think it was never share before.

https://mega.nz/#!cNozXC4Z!Hii6fn3Sx0UcAtpCwCBspC-wj15YyPS1ZODoBaBvLYY

I can also scan Suika and Yuuka.

If someone has Meilin i'll be more than happy.
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>>571487
Thank you anon!
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suika pls
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>>571577
https://mega.nz/#F!7U4wRYgC!blBjkJppn2xkLcVwePDzXQ
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>>571645
Not him but thank you!!
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>>571769
cute tenko

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Does Origami help getting a gf?
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well i dint find the exact model in Op's pic i found this in one of those shitty craft videos i was bored watching

im thinking Op's is a variation on this one
skip to 5:00
https://youtu.be/DKfcF0i4HvA?list=PLwGlunA8pmYS0fXvCKwjqzmGXsXGT5DKU
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At least you can make your own gf.
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>>566458
Do girls really love us boys in the first place? I've never had any kind of female affection before and I just don't even know if girls really even love boys, "love" as in the love that my mom gave me when I was a child, since that's the only female love I know of. Also my first visit to /po/. Nice to meet you all. First thread here. I'll be perusing the rest after this one. Anything I should know in advance? :3 I sure hope you guys are more sensitive and kind than the users everywhere else...
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Helped me get one, then she broke up with me a month later, cause I'm a major autist (literaly, didn't have a clue how to be a boyfriend )
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>>571944
Dont worry, because handsome men like us can outlast without a filthy 3dpd bitch

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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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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’
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>This is going to be the oldest thread on all of 4chan!

I support your brave crusade, my confrere

I want to do some papercraft stuff but all I have is printing paper and notebook and some pencils. Are there any cool things I can make? I'm thinking something touhou
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>>561068
Can I use this for something?
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>>561068
Would recomend for learning, but that's it, not so much for keepsaking. The model I folded 2 weeks ago is already unraveling and no longer able to hold a perfect form.
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>>571101
you can stick it up your ass, but in order to do that you'll need some patience
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>>572006
I like when this guy comes around. He's funny.
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whoaaa, thats a LOT of paper, you must be filthy rich

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Now I just need a party to run it through
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>>559488
Van Darkholme’s dungeon obviously
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>>562550
LMAO same
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>>555961
Don't forget to cover the unknown with a blanket.
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>>555961
neato
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>>571030
finally i’ll be able to fulfill my DEEP DARK FANTASIES

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its that time of year again,

since october and by association halloween is right around the corner let's post halloween themed papercraft, origami and costume ideas/tips so we can help our fellow /po/lite friends

please no arguing this board is too slow for that shit

ill start with this wolf head i found in my folder and a question on whether i should do something like this or a helmet from skyrim
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>>571020
ended up not making the bouquet
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Wowie! This thread is still alive, holy heckie! Also, could someone tell me where can I get a diagram for a gas mask? I'm trying to get a costume done and I haven't been able to find anything yet! I'd be grateful with anythin' at this point desu
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Of course we all know about the Japanese legend that if you fold 100 origami, you get a free wish.
But look at the digits of the first post.
I think the witch and wizard, as well as anubis, were made often enough to deactivate the laws of space and time in this thread.
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>>569108
woa can i have it too?
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>>569108
m-may I send you pics of m-my d-dick?

Someone has the book "PAPER & FORM - ORIGAMI FOR EXPERIENCED FOLDERS
ZSEBE JÓZSEF
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I'm only interested in the diagrams of the brown bear and the polar bear
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>>563677
me
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pass it then.
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>>563677
moot
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>>569110
bastard, you gave us hope just to butcher our innocence

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Anyone here use blender to design models? What is your workflow like? How complex are your meshes?
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>>573107
>"mirror objects" and select axis there
it's somewhere in "selected" menu
forgot to add, you have to click join closed vertices for each object after doing that. In other case they'll still be separated
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>>use blender to design models
One of the reasons I want to learn blender
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anim8or is a pretty neat modeling tool. easiest one to learn out of the freeware i tried. the topo knife is a pretty useful tool
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proper tool for paper model design - rhino 3D
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>>573206
Overkill

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peter griffin papercraft
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Petre grifgin
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finally
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>>573204
>>>/pol/

I search some hatsune miku papercraft and i didn't found this in especific.
All the links was taken down and every papercraft are the same :/

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Hi /po/. How about a quilling thread? This is a mandala I finished the other day, as you can see I'm still a beginner but it's a fun technique. Anybody here into it too and willing to share some pics or designs?
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And that's my current project. The outline/frame is ready, currently I'm procrastinating because I can't decide on what colors to use for the lizards.
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That's really nice! Love it. First time I'm hearing about this craft, might try it out.
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>>572783
Yeah, it's a bit of a niche craft, or rather an art which fell out of fashion after having its peak during the late medieval and Victorian age. But it's fun and if you're already into papercrafts you have almost everything available. Basically you only need colored paper which you cut into uniform width strips, a tool to roll them into coils (slotted quilling pens are dirt cheap, but you can improvise with toothpicks or hair pins) and some glue of your choice. Then there are a bunch of optional tools like a cork board and pins to secure your shapes while the glue is drying, and so on. And there are plenty how-to videos on yt which show how to start with the usual designs like flowers, butterflies etc.
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And since Easter holidays are coming, have this picture for inspiration.
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very cool and very cute op. super graceful art. going to try it out after I receive my paper.

What would the easiest Pokemon origami figures be? I guess Porygon is pretty easy and actually looks the part too, but now I'm curious if you guys have any other suggestions.
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>>570854
Obviously Kartana
Its body is completely flat like paper
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Where can I find the template?
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>>570854
You should put strobe lights inside of that Porygon lol.
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>>572855
http://www.pokemonpapercraft.net/
This has a lot of Pokémon crafts available for download (particularly from Gen IV and before), including one for Porygon.
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>>570854
Depends. Origami and Papercraft are 2 different things. I’d say the easiest papercraft ive seen is a cubee type version of Hophip on Paperpokes.
The easiest origami might be to make a frog with a simple water lily flower on its back and call it Bulbasaur. Or make the kind of pikachu I did when I was 10.

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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.)
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>>573274
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.
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>>573545
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.


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