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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3Bd3HUMkyU

Vidya meets Cardboard Papercraft. What does /po/ think of this synthesis?
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>>560586
>wife's son
ftfy
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>>560137
My wife's son loves it
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>https://twitter.com/NintendoAmerica/status/1103460256263430144

Labo VR Kit releasing April 12th, 2019.
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>>571610
They seem to be experimenting a bit with the release.
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Nice, fun and educational. Very good idea for kids.

Maybe slightly too pricey.

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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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>>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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>>570346
03 archive?

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Simple crane
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A frog
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>>571477
>>571476
Good Job
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>>571476
why dont your crane have legs?
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Idk, i recently buy some origami book and from that i built crane. Maybe my crane just feels it's time to rest /s

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SOMEONE HAVE NEW BOOKS OF ORIGAMI???
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Does anybody have and will to share the book "Stop thinking Start folding" by Oriol Esteve?
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anyone have NOA Magazine 456

or the Bag with ribbons by Futawatari Masako if only that
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mediafire.com/file/3j31f3gsctjy1j0
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>>571199
Tried searching on exvagos but I can't find it.
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>>571511
That's because you didn't search hard enough or not at all and just saying you did. No one is going to do the search for you.

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Anyone have the diagrams drawn by Javier Vivanco?
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>>571330
could you guys please stop making a thread for a single fucking diagram ? There is a general for sharing/asking books and diagram.
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>>571332
Not for long, because of all this extra garbage everyone keeps posting in here. The book/diagrams request thread is already on page 9, and it won't be long before it reaches page 10 and then gone.
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>>571330
The only thing that's available is the CP. There are no diagrams published.
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>>571417
Looks like an unofficial diagram. Who knows the guy might just be trolling by posting just the cover.

does anyone have a pdf of this 3d origami book or can anyone point me in the direction to where i could find it? pic of book
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>>571505
>does anyone have a pdf of this 3d origami book or can anyone point me in the direction to where i could find it? pic of book
https://www.exvagos1.com/showthread.php?p=2454853#post2454853

Hello guys
I'm very bad at papercraft but I'd like to reproduce pic related package for my class projekt. HALPH.
ur my only hope 4chan papercraft pals.
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I’m gonna cri :(
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I will cry with you fren
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>>571163
I'm sorry we're your only hope; this is a notoriously slow board.
By the looks of it, this is something you can figure out from the image alone though - It looks pretty nice.
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>>571163
Do you know trigonometry?
Or how to use a compass?

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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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>>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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happy new year /po/
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kool

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Looking for some good origami container designs that I could use as flower pots.

I've got some small succulent plants and I think I could fold some origami pots for them. Ideally, I should be able to use waterproof Tyvek paper with a hole cut in the bottom for drainage. Most succulents only need to be watered once a month, so durability shouldn't be a huge issue. As a backup plan, I can line the pot with plastic, or simply use a plastic pot hidden inside of the origami pot.

The pots should are going to be between 2" and 5" tall, same diameter as height. Tyvek seems to hold a crease pretty well, although it is significantly thicker than paper.

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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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>>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
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>>561375
>Darling in the Franxx
what a shit show
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>>570434
Printed/colored details are allowed.

I'm looking for this cute lil Rag Rappy from Phantasy Star Online, but all the downloads are dead rapidshares. I can't find any older SEGA games.

Will someone please post this and other SEGA papercrafts PDOs/Templates if you got 'em?
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https://www.models-resource.com/pc_computer/phantasystaronline/model/1222/

here's a model rip, doesn't look terribly difficult to turn into a decent papercraft. Personally I have zero experience in making my own templates or using Pepakura Designer or editing 3D models but i'll report back here if I ever do learn how.
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>>571230
Wow, thanks. Do you think I can just print and construct the model as is or would I have to modify it? The number of folds on the small pieces are why I ask.
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>>571385
It definitely looks doable as is but I think even an absolute beginner like myself could upscale the parts to like 200-300%, sort them out, connect a few, break up that the two largest pieces. Idk what's going on with the color on the left foot though. I'll try my hand at it, expect to hear back from me in the next few days.
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>>571439
Kek

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I love this model but I can't find any diagrams or crease patterns. Does anyone have any?
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>>570710
Do you have horse and rhino diagrams???
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>>570710
That's beautiful.
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>>570817
I have already said I wasn't posting any more diagrams from this book.>>570716
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>>570710
Thanks
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>>570710
jesus fuck i wanna give this a shot but i dont know if my fold-fu is strong enough

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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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>>570874
>>569674
>>569533
>>569455
you nerds give me hope for humanity.
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anyone made something cool lately?
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>>570985
i made some origami roses recently from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSesWQ-51ZM

i think ill make some more and make a little bouquet
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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

Designing the king in yellow in origami
So far this is a 40x40 grid on the top quarter.
I'm having a shit time working through this. Got any ideas /pool/?
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>>571401
what's a king in yellow OP?
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>>571407
The king in yellow, Hastur, is a god from a series of short stories. The stories center around a play called "the king in yellow" that drives the reader insane.
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well, are you asking for ideas on the look or how to fold it?

if you already know how you want it to look, do you have a reference image? like, mainly the robe, or with hands sticking out? or with big wings like in that one cover? or something more monstrous?
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>>571413
I was thinking simple robe, the two flaps that can be seen next to the head and before the large unused corners are sort of shoulder/mantle peices

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
If we're talking Papercraft, Porygon is first, followed by pretty much anything (almost) completely convex or made up of simple shapes. I made KlingKlang once (and thus the entire Kling family in the process) and it was really easy. Round mons like Exeggcute, Gastly or Hoppip are easy too.
If we're talking strictly origami then I don't really know. Do you want to stick to 3D, or 2D is ok too, OP?
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>>570854
The Roggenrolla family will be about as difficult as Porygon here
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I recently made a wartortle it wasn't to bad to make


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