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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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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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>>568018
>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"?
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>>569951
soon to be 3 by november :^)
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>>569951
but i am interested in this

Hey /PO/ first time here
But have any of you guys ever wanted to know whats goes into making paper? This anon is a paper mill rat. Pic not related
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I did as a kid see a demo of some person demonstrating flatten pulp into some net thing to make paper.
What sort of paper(s) do you oversee the manufacturing of? Intrigued as to how fundamentally different the manufacturing of different types of papers are.
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We make magazine paper and some food grade but soon we will make the middle part of cardboard each mill specializes in their own paper the machines have to be built specifically to the type of paper and to change type of paper it could cost millions to convert it. But I gotta say working in a paper mills is really hot, humid, and dangerous.
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Simple discription on the whole process is logs get sent through a line that debarks them then chips them, there the chips are grounded up with water and then some are bleached and some are kept brown, there they get sent to the machine where it flattens, debaters, and dries the paper at around 5000 feet per minute after drying it gets coated ( if needed) and rolled onto huge spools a full spool is so big it cant even fit into a semi trailer. Once one a spool it gets sent through another machine where it compresses and polishes the coated paper, once done it is sent to a machine that unwinds it and cuts it into small rolls at the same time so one spool can make like 6 rolls of paper. After all that it gets wrapped and shipped off

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has anyone have any idea is any Bowsette models have popped up anywhere??
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I would suggest looking in pinterest. They often have ideas there.

Hey /po/ anyone have a As Val template or any russian guns?
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>>567705
>>567738
imagine getting mad at a stranger online about papercraft and reacting like this lol
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Bump for intrest. Hoping for the FAL.
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>>567514
http://www.papercraftsquare.com/val-assault-rifle-free-paper-model-download.html Got you covered
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>>569251
http://www.papercraftsquare.com/full-size-fn-fal-battle-rifle-free-gun-paper-model-download.html
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>>570341
>>570342
This is the only page where I find papercraft for guns, I feel sad

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Hi /po/

I found this pegasus design by "__ObeLisK" and felt I really had to figure out how to fold it. There are no instructions given so I tried to figure out what the base was and reverse engineer it.
I initially thought of a bird base but after playing around with some paper for a while it doesn't seem to be the case.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/34652734@N04/16770707507/in/photostream/

I'd appreciate it if another anon could throw their hat into the ring.
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It doesn't seem to be any kind of base that most simple models begin
..but my guess was a pyramid base ..and then you told from there but no petal is formed instead you shape body in the centre the wings are reverse folded. sunk in a seam and partially hidden or tucked I to the body...
You can see there are layers on the wings and also the pleats ....he has a Twitter account with many c.ps but known as Ob spend about 45 minutes looking through his account
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this was a pretty interesting challenge.
I looked at the sink folds on (the tip of) the wings. I imagined them unsunk and figured out the CP/flap layout from there.
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>>570284
Managed to do it, thanks for the assist anon
I'll try to see if I can come up with a instruction set to fold it without all of the creasing
Otherwise anyone else can use this thread for models they might want some help with figuring out

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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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RAhDLuhFFBk
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Yo dawg I make these too! Usually I fuck hot bitches, but when I decide to cut loose and just relax I grab my trusted White Wings and chow the fuck down!! I am currently knee deep in some awesome card stock C-130 ass!!
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>>570205

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
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>>569836
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.
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>>570280

No need to apologize, I love hearing about this shit. It’s cool when paper and physics get together
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bamp to the skies

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Did someone have the template for this?
http://masayu-i2.seesaa.net/article/137502229.html
And can we have a thread about spaceship
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Destroyer Escort
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Main Battleship
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Oh and a simple Yamato….anything else?
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>>568973
>>568970

you are my hero and I love you
If you have other spaceship, feel free to post for some more love
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Lovely! what are the dimensions tho?

Merry (late) Christmas /po/

Gremir Models (almost) full backup, and before anyone starts complaining about the .exe files, all of the models from this recently closed store were delivered via a special software, you would receive a license for a particular computer/printer combination, thus allowing you to print the model. The .exe on these files has been modified to allow anyone to print the models. Unfortunately many of these models are now unobtainable by any other means, due to many of them having been made by designers that seem to have vanished, even those that purchased the models legally can no longer move the files to a different computer, so for all you here they are, please download them and archive.

https://pastebin.com/yYGRfvFv

Model list
https://www.mediafire.com/file/k3aujvhabdm6l1v/Models.pdf/file

Two free models
https://www.mediafire.com/file/ctrxt6647j02p95/PILOT_33rd_USAAF_EUROPE.pdf/file
https://www.mediafire.com/file/r3ooppkjchi2x81/PILOT_24th_USAAF_EUROPE.pdf/file

Siatki software
https://www.mediafire.com/file/swjtb6tddki0iri/Siatki.7z/file
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Can anyone make a little sacrifice to see if it's legit?
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>>570351
installed both versions (4.0.2 & 4.1) with no issues except the interface is in another language. You need to go into Siatki4.INI and scroll all the way to the bottom and then and there will be a language section. By default it is in polish. You need to point that to the English.ini in the LNG folder of the install dir. Worked fine after that.

Also all 80 models d/led fine for me as well.

Cheers OP for all your hard work and sharing these!!!
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So do these exe files enforce DRM on these PDFs? Or would it be possible to use ResHack to see if there's some PDF or some document unencryptedly stored. I don't have Windows these days so I can't check.
Try to upload what PDFs you here if you can, OP. It's okay to off-host very large collections, but at least some key files are worth being here. Here is the model lis.
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>>570406
99% of these files have the exe to open the model. the only pdfs are 25-GeeBee R1 and correction files for some models. you just click on the exe and it opens the model in the date viewer program. i do not know what Siatki software is for.

Also OP there are 8 missing files. 6 7 12 16 17 19 20 & 36. mediafire says Download Not Available.

Thanks again!
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>>570406
Yes the exe enforce the DRM on the plans, these are encrypted in the data.gmj file, and while its possible to extract the file from them, it just wasn't worth it because you can simply use the app to print the files to pdf, bear in that this technique only works because the app was moded, the original version only allowed for authorized printer to be used.
>>570407
Sorry about that
https://pastebin.com/0J5T1vaC

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What are your best pop up designs and templates?
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>>568813
Got the plan for that pic?

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what do you think about making sculptures out of aluminum foil?
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>>568699
>>568700
>>568701
>>568710
>4 posts in one day
Are you trying to kill this thread?
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this is the oldest thread on the site right now and it's kind of off topic since aluminium isn't conventional folding
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>>569267
shut up fag
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>>569267
Maybe turn /po/ into /pops/; (Papercraft, Oragami, & Paper Sculpting), and generate some traffic here.
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>>568710
>The whole "one square no cut" is a relatively recent origami "rule".
And then, it's not really a rule. It's more of a guide-line.

let's start a new thread in supercomplex origami since the previous one has been archived
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>> 570835
You just did, didn't you?
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Anyone have New génération or origami ?
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>>570847
Origami Shop does.
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>>570848
>Origami Shop does.
: )
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>>570724
Merci beaucoup!

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Hi /po/, I've never done any real papercraft before but I recently found this template for the mascot of a doujin musician I follow. Is there a standard way to read these? The website I got it from was taken down and the image only exists on the Wayback Machine so there aren't any written instructions that I know of, and if there were they'd be in Japanese. Thanks in advance!
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>>570347
I probably have, but the last time I can remember doing any arts and crafts was in elementary school art classes. Now that I know the blank tabs are meant to be folded inwards and glued and the colored bars and dots just indicate where the separate nets are supposed to line up, it does look much more straightforward. I'll still practice with a cube before I try this one so I don't waste time and paper on a failed attempt. Thanks!
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>>570344
Where/when did you get this?
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>>570348
Do keep us updated with results!
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>>570376
I first saw it a few weeks ago on this video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5FhXT5VY9c
In the comments someone asked about it and someone else shared the Wayback Machine link to a page on Koronba's website with the image.
http://web.archive.org/web/20151229055452/http://motor.geocities.jp/korokoro5608/koro4.html
Koronba, the musician that made the mascot, is known for purging his work from the internet and disappearing for long periods so it's very lucky that this was preserved!

>>570377
I will! Don't have a proper precise cutting tool or sturdy paper yet but the board's new sticky helps a lot with knowing the materials to get. I'll post a pic of the complete papercraft here when it's done!
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>>570383
Yeah, it's great there's a sticky thread now (was about time).

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God bless you!
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He is supposed to be a genius, so...
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... "Insert joke here" *rimshot*
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I do not know this series.

God bless you!
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>>570355
That... That is Clank!
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Lex? Is that you?

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>new ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘square’’’’’’’’ of origami paper, folded precisely corner to corner, completely flat
fuck.
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>Nicolas Terry ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘tissue foil’’’’’’’’’’
>fold Tadashi Mori’s Darkness Dragon 2
>too thick
I was scared that the back was going to tear. Fortunately it didn’t but the legs are stupid thick. I don’t even think it’d make sense to finish it.
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>>569222
Nigga you can't even make a crane
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>>569476
Oh yeah?
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I get enraged when I do a fold, but it's off by a few millimeters. Then I try to do a correct fold, but somehow the paper is stubborn. Then after 30 minutes doing the same thing, my hands start to get weird, let's call it annoyed.
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>>569222
>>569220
Your fingers are disgusting dude.

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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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>>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
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Alright you guys. The website is up less and less often with time, so I'm gonna make you guys a deal. If there are any TLX sets not included in the 03 archive, let me know, and I'll purchase them before the site goes down. And if there should ever be a time the website goes down for good, I'll upload them here, so they aren't lost for good.


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