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http://paper-replika.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9334:plague-doctor-wearable-mask-papercraft&catid=73&Itemid=207362

Can you pin this?
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I want this thread to have another chance at life. Here is a bump :)

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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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It's a shame nobody else is ripping off this format, it's really clever.
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looks fun
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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

Does anyone have the templates for this model?
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It looks like Sleeping Beauty Castle Hong Kong.
To me.
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>>569127
Well, you're wrong. It's Cinderellas castle in Orlando, FL.
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Bump, still looking for templates please.
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This is from a papercraft construction book "Build Your Own Walt Disneys Cinderella Castle". Amazon has it for $62.28 since it is out of print. Doesn't seem to be any scans since unbuilt books are rare. Maybe you could buy one and scan it for everyone else? Alternatively, Metal Earth has a steel model of Cinderella's Castle if that floats your boat. You could even feasibly modify a scanned template and upscale it for a papercraft version.
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>>569363
Nah.

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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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nice, any idea wher to get replacements of the other parts?

also what dimensions are those printed? (35cmx50cm)
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>>563883
the scale is missing and they're definitely not meant to be printed on a4
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>>565519
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJgQWOlbLnM

doesn't look so bad. not worth $80 but I could see it at ~50 with their other games
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>>560586
>wife's son
ftfy
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>>560137
My wife's son loves it

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Hi guys. Does anyone have these? I've looked everywhere but can't find anything. Thanks.
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If anyone finds the taiko no tatsujin one I'll be forever thankful
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>>564577
Why would anyone want them?
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Why didn't they even reuploaded it on the original site ):
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I hope anyone still find them someday
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>>565639
Someone please find the Taiko one :(

So I recently got into Team Ico's games and I found out that they released some official ICO papercraft a few years back, but I'm having trouble locating the models. Does anyone happen to have them? I believe there were 4- 2 of the main characters and some scenery.
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>>569334
here ya go! enjoy!
http://www.rpgfan.com/pics/ico/art.html
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>>569338
Cool thanks :) much appreciated! are these A4 size?
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>>569351
i believe so except for the first and last image. their resolutions are only 510x725 while the other are 800x1000. so the other 2 might not look so good. but better than nothing :)

Hi, does anyone have instructions for this crane man? I want to make a bunch and pose them :) Thanks
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this is amazin
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>>567258
Can you tell me what step 16-17 means? How does the white part turn colored?
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>>567563
for step 16, you take the edge of the paper on the other side of that single white flap and turn it over to the front so that the colored side will be in front. a bit like an outside reverse fold but harder.
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>>567261
That's funny, I think I made the same mistake as you
Maybe I'll try it again later
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>>567251
>>567252
Please tell me there's a diagram for this

Does anyone have a diagram or instructions for this? Is there a website to modular origami like this? I only found instructions for smaller things like a swan or a bear
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Fortunately no. Golden Venture origami is trash.
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>>569163
Anon, seriously. This would take you an absurd (like really absurd) amount of time to do it. Try to make the swan, see how much time it takes and how boring it is, then take a look at this dragon and realize it has more units than 30 swans. The outcome is simply not worth the time.

Also what would you do with it when finished ? this model is pretty fucking big and can't be moved around easily, do you really intend to have a table in your appartment only used to hold that shit ?


Anyway, even if you had the instruction you would never complete it. Just do a paper mache reproduction, it will be easier, faster, smaller and will look better.
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>>569176
I work night shifts in security and already made like 1000 pieces while listening to audio books. I know its a lot of boring and repetitive shit
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>>569163
It's pretty much legos or clay but with triangular paper pieces instead.
No diagrams, just your imagination. I wouldn't call it origami tho, modular or not.
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Ahhhh that looks nice

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Do you ever give away your paper creations? Do people appreciate them? Tell some stories ITT
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>>569260
Thank you!
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I went to the Shinkai Makoto exhibit when it rolled into the city in Japan I was living in with this girl. I bought the art book they had and 2 of their 1/100 5 cm/s. I can't remember if I told her I was going to make it for her or if I just did it and telegrammed her photos, but anyways, I made it for and learned how to write her name in cyrillic so I could address it to her properly.

I think she called it the nicest thing anyone's ever done/given to her so that made me feel nice. incidentally, she's the only woman I've met so far who I've felt I could love.
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I had learned to fold all completely on my own when I first start high school in an attempt to make flowers to pic up chicks. Ended up never picking up chicks but instead went on to do a four year "career" of sorts with it, working my way up to Satoshi Kamiya and Robert J. Lang. Always gave away some portion of my stuff that I just made because I was bored, and looking back now, I probably could have picked up a few chicks with it. I just find it weird that learning to fold entirely on my own, I still ended up like all of you guys, giving it away. It's weird.
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>>564781

based

you'll have good karma :)
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Someone from work put out origami paper and instruction sheets on the tables in the lunch room, which made me pretty happy.

I've been folding them during breaks and leaving them in the lunch room. It would be nice if someone wanted to take them but I doubt anyone will without permission.

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Does anyone have this papercraft?
It was taken down everywhere and I can't find it
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i believe these were done by a guy named Ton-Ton. i made a collection of them 6 years ago in case anyone is interested :)

http://www.mediafire.com/file/m5540edulayixlw/
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>>567861
Thank you!
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>>567861
Thanks!
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>>567861
Anon you wonderful human being!
T(h)anks!
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based thread, these are cute

I can't find any life sized papercraft models of the Keaton Mask. Can someone tell me where I can find a print out of this for free?
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>>565625
No problem pal.
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>>565619
Hey man, thanks for this.
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>>565619
Thank you!!
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Any of you have a different PDF, mediafire is being a bitch
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errr... i found it with a google search first page... and this is my first hour on this board.

https://www.mypapercraft.net/zelda-keaton-mask-paper-craft/15162/

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Show off, help out, critique watcha got /po/ ?
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>>569206
It really needs some ironing.
>>569208
The yellow one is horrible. The blue one looks passable from a distance.
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>>569210

Yellow was my test piece, the one blue was my first 32x32 grid attempt. I love the backlighting in yours, what pattern is it?
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>>569211
1-Star Exercise by Alessandro Beber.
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>>569218
Holy shit, this is fucking awesome. Thanks m8.
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Field of stars by Gjerde

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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>>567465
https://www.instructables.com/id/Create-faceted-paper-objects/

>>567449
There are double-sided tapes that are just the glue layer, nothing else. They are not cheap and you would need a good store or well-equipped online shop to find them, but this is what my deer head (the one in the picture and link) has been built with
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you fake ass hoe youu didnt make that faggot
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>>567541

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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>>567551
try me bitch
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>>567449

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

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Here is a collection of files I've gathered scale is 1:270 ideal for XWingTMG
Plus they look really cool
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Nice
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This is awsome!! If there's more to be please post!
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All these are on a dropbox. I'll see if I can find the link.
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https://www.dropbox.com/sh/x2l39e0k5rt3h9z/AADyqFa2312ult5Dif_WqMeQa?dl=0
These are all the 1:270 scale paper craft star wars models. They are made by a guy in France. A lot of them are based on other people's work that he scaled and cleaned up.

If you want other bits for the game, you can get them at https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/103885/star-wars-x-wing-miniatures-game/files

I've built TIE fighter, TIE interceptor, X-Wing and currently working on the Falcon.
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>>556823
you should crosspost these into the X-Wing/Star Wars general(s) in >/tg/ OP. They'd find it neato.

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SOMEONE HAVE NEW BOOKS OF ORIGAMI???
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>>568550
It's in the lower middle area of the last archived thread.
Go get it.
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>>568555
Thank you! Also here it is again for anyone who’d want it.
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Anyone has Tanteidan Magazine 171, please share!
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>>568741
If you would learn how to read more than one thread, you would realize that it's in this thread >>568438.
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Kinda obscure, but I suppose it's worth a shot... Does anyone have Aussiegami? I read it in my school library as a child before I was good enough to fold any of the models inside, and within months it had disappeared from the library altogether, would be awesome to revisit it. The paperfolding down under version was the one I had, not the prehistoric one.


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