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Is there a definitive book/site that has all the animals that can be done in origami up to now?
I need it for a project I'm working on.
I almost forgot.
I need them to use only one square sheet for the complete animal.
Thanks a lot. This is just what I was looking for.

These are really hard, though.
Here's an easy origami site, if this is what you need.


An updated use of the or medieval paper craft of Hidden fore-edge. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_oOZGNvDS8&feature=youtu.be
be good to see others done now.

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Anyone have this diagram? Or a site that i can find this

And yes, I Googled in japanese and tried in exvagos
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Sorry, no.
It could be HiOrigod23 who is on twitter

This guy on Deviantart made this and it makes me cringe on more than one level.
I just want to know, if I am not the only one that feels that way.
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This is not a black lotus you idiots. It is a card called lotus petal, not as awesome or valuble. You can tell by the white border and the little symbol on the upper right corner of the card. I can't remember the name of the block but black lotus was already banned when this set came out.
t. anon that used to play this cardboard crack.
I, too, came here to post this.
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Actually, that is what the Black Lotus art is and the Unlimited print was white bordered. Lotus Petal looks a lot different and it's black bordered. However, I doubt this is a legit Black Lotus.
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Imagine posting something this dumb to a thread that will be here for the next 8 years.

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I said if I came up with anything new I'd share it with you all.

I'm still focusing on drawing, but at the moment I am waiting on books, and these are related to what I want to draw in the future anyway.

I've been focusing on minimalism, and have been trying to come up with a couple.

I decided not to post on the old thread. I don't really like having to slog through petty arguments and people being rude to one another just to find the one or two people who are actually saying anything civil and productive.

I don't know if I'll share diagrams for any of the models I make next Any fun I had sharing has been spoiled by greedy spoild people. I always ask for people to post their finished products, but so far have only ever seen one. Doesn't feel like I'm getting anything back especially for a community that seems so eagar to have every diagram possible.

Anyway, this will probably serve as an update thread for people who don't follow my Flickr.

Here's a minimalist gray fox
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Its shit
This book is only animals, I was thinking about designing a bunch of objects for a separate book
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Ahh gayyy
Please, a "simple/intermediate" phoenix! I'd love that

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i have been into origami for a while now and i feel like i can't find any challenging origami. Anyone have any REALLY challenging origami instructions? Found some cool pictures but i cant find the instructions.
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Damn I really spent like three hours trying to figure out how the fuck to get past step 15. Fuck that snail.
immortal song, immortal post
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Have you tried the more advanced tessellations? These are the starters that i know of. You could expand into kirigami and make moving pieces, such as the gear box/heart or the clock in another thread here.
Appreciated, even 2 two years after

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it looks so how do you do it
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This. But if you aren't at the level of OP's pic you might get discouraged if it doesn't turn out as good.

Start out with simpler models. Even if they look like they were designed for younger people, they are a good foundation.
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It takes patience and understanding, with a twist of creative interpretation and a general appreciation for polygons. Point to point, edge to edge, point to edge, perfectly or perfectly imperfect (look up "the fudge factor"). Origami can be an esoteric method of mathematical constructions in geometry even.

The beautiful thing about it, however, is that as long as you have a good eye and clever fingers, you will always be able to make those simple, single, steps that one at a time bring you to a finished product.

Its an exercise in topology and logic for some. Look up pureland origami for some simpler more novel models to start. They force you to exercise your interpretive brain quite a bit though, i went and found a pureland dog for this to show you actually.
The best way to get into origami deeply, to obtain a profound understanding, you should definitely start with the major origami bases and some generic simple models based on them. The bird base and the crane, the fish base and the fish, the square base, blintz base, waterbomb base, and all of the models they are used for.

I started young and on alot of actual childrens origami books and i think that that is what actually made me understand what makes a model, so to speak.
Also, your picture is actually a simple model to make if you can make fine folds, that picture is a 3d moving cubes model with 72 sonobe units in it i believe, six face modules per cube and twelve cubes in total. Could be forgetting about some.

I'm starting with tessellations and I was trying to find Tessellations for everyone by Ilan Garibi on pdf, but couldn't find it. Anyone here has it?

Some pdf's of easy tessellations books/tessellations would be appreciated too!
I dont use books, but i can assure you there is no end to tessellation guides on youtube. Have you tried any of them yet? Idk where you are, how skilled and what experience youve had with it.

I’ve been searching everywhere for this Nintendo Power Giratina model, but I can’t seem to find it-the only major link is dead. Does anyone have a copy?
here is a scan i found of it. better than nothing i suppose.


That looks just uniform enough to be replicated without a guide, if youre up for a challenge.

I’d like to make some origami of all the different image boards out there. Recent news has me thinking more about them. Show me your best clover paper or whatever you got.
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Lainchan sucks.

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Does anyone have any idea where to find some good ships for a D&D game? This is the best I've found and it's OK but I'd like a little variety. Everything is hidden on 404'd old forums and galleries that are dead and shit.
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This is kind of a long shot, but try Hannu's Boatyard. It's for people making real boats out of plywood, but I've used the same diagrams to make toy boats out of paper.


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Hi m8's

I want to build a mini Shinto altar/shrine (aka Kamidana or 神棚) and was wondering if anyone know where I could find some plans? Attached picture is what I was thinking of

Also had a look at following and could not find anything similar enough:
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Sorry, this is the best that I can find right now.
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At the very least, this guy built it in monochrome and it looked like this.
Forgot link: https://ameblo.jp/hachi-dayo/entry-11438781339.html
I'll try to find other plans.

Oh wow, thanks so much for the help. This will definitely help us :D

Thought this was awesome https://twitter.com/Cermrnl/status/1137722958577713152
Anyone tried doing paper puppets like this? Where would one get started designing something like this?
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you've mistaken /po/ for /b/. Here at /po/ we like to support our artists. It's not that hard to navigate the shop. The instructions are in English and very easy to follow.

Make sure you preview what the puppet does before purchase:
Yer link borken
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Please upload again. Thanks!
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Thanks Anon!!!

This artist does not sell or send to the US. I have been looking for years for a template for this. Does anyone have instructions for putting it together or a pattern they would share? Thank you so much.
>Does anyone have instructions
Insufficient info.
i'm not the OP, but this is Teddy Bear (テディベア) by Haruki Nakamura (中村開己). it's not in any of his books but is sold direct from his website (only ships to Japan)


google image search has a template of it, but it's really really small
If you still want it OP, i can design a quick template thats pretty similar
Thanks to all who responded! Here is a picture of the template I downloaded awhile ago from the net. Haruki doesn't send this one or the Wolf in Sheep's Clothing to the US. I have circled the problem parts in green. Those are the parts that connect the arms into the neck and onto the body on the inside, so when squeezed he lifts his head and arms up. I have made the model except for this part of attaching arms to body. If one was able to purchase this, I am sure it was printed on the backside and had matching numbers for the little white/tan strips of paper to show how to attach them. There were no instructions at whatever site I found this at. There is a Google image search picture of the template, but it does the arms with a different set up. Any help or sketch is appreciated.
Ebay US is selling this model and couple others.

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what do you think about making sculptures out of aluminum foil?
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dumb frogposter
rude wtf
Happy anniversary from /vg/

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