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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.

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Hi, I'm looking for 3D Russian Buildings printables like the one in the picture.
Can you guys help me?
I just stumbled in here by mistake because I didn't type the "l" n /pol/...but I think this might help (took me all of 12 seconds to find):
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Made a digital scan of this book, but I do not have much time to turn this into a high-quality pdf. Anyone willing to help out? (right now I've trimmed 16/64 pages)
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pictures resolution 3591x5044
And you are wondering why it took you so long. You could just resize it, wouldbe a lot quicker, but great thanks anyway

I cropped the images. Since I don't have a paid account they will be deleted after 60 days of inactivity. Hopefully this helps
You can upload .pdf files here in /po/
There is a max upload of 8mb.
paper planes are fun

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I can't do a lot of papercraft anymore, but luckily at least once a year is still doable...! ;o) I hope you like these papercraft Advance Wars Bases, and of course you can find the rest of my old papercrafts on my papercraft webpage as well (in the other categories):


Have fun building!
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Love you Ninjatoes, your papercrafts were my favorite to build back in the day.
I only recently go to 4chan a few years ago but I remember building your Lara Croft the summer I got kicked out from school and had to go to community college. It was a lot of fun

I wonder what's your thoughts on Wargroove since it is inspired by Advance Wars. Love your series btw
Wargroove does look a lot like Advance Wars! With a little bit fancier graphics I guess. ;o) But the game mechanics of AW were so good, that I actually liked the "childish" graphics. I think it's the same reason why I'm still a big fan of the classic Tomb Raiders with their game mechanics despite the modern ones "looking better".

It's nice to hear other people like my papercrafts too, I made just for fun really, but I'm happy that I decided to make a website and share them with other fans. ;o) Have fun!
What are these little outhouses used for?

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So Cute.

Does anyone have this model?
Has been available in the past on papercraftsquare but been deleted and can't find anywhere else.
Use this link and you can download the model:

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Thank you very much !

I tried the same thing with this link https://actionpapercraft.wixsite.com/fvdesign/diatron
but it didn't manage to work on waybackmachine, can you make it work?

Thanks man.

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Hey /po/, I'm tying to fold like a napkin/bandana type of cloth to wear as an accessory in my belt but I'm having a bit of trouble doing sort of a 3-fold and I was wondering if any of you had any experience or a tip in properly folding one. So in the image (sorry for the shitty paint) i want to fold the napkin (left of image) in either one of the two 3-folds (right side, doesnt mather which one) and have an easy way of tuckin the backpart into my belt/pants. Any help at all would be appreciated
don't have a clue

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I used to know how to make them. I got it from a book. Youtube doesn't have it. Does anyone know how to make one?

This has been driving me crazy all week
Sorry but I don’t know how to make those
Your photo is of a single sheet origami star, for which instructions are available at:
There are many 4-point modular origami stars, some from 2 sheets of paper, some from 4. Here's a video to a 4-point star from 2 squares, by Paper Kawaii:
actually, I figured it out. Thanks

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what does /po/ think about it? i find it super relaxing when nothing better to do and its good use for leftover small bits of paper
also recommend models to fold
this ones a favorite of mine
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I'm new to Modular Origami. But I bought this flashy paper and I thought it would be perfect for modular Origami. This, plus your pics made me want to try it out. So I made the one from >>574249
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I'm currently folding a bigger one with some other paper
It looks great! Very flashy paper lol, I think it will work well for the bigger sizes like in pic related too, especially the snub cube one with the squares in it. Lots of modular models look awesome with two-toned paper, it highlights the folds and vertices and makes them seem even more complex.

If you're thinking of making the big one that I posted first and want to do something similar with the face colours, I had 36 units of each of the 5 colours and 90 white units for the edges and vertices. Might save you some time, I miscalculated at first and had to use up the extra orange and pink with the dodecahedron in >>574277. Your paper looks way better so it should turn out great but unless you have long nails I definitely recommend a tweezers or something to pull the joints tight. My fingers are fairly small and I still had trouble getting those 5- and 6- unit joints to come together with just my hands without pulling something else out of place!
Haha, thanks, it will indeed save some time. Before starting to fold with the flashy paper I made a test run (I'm happy I did) and after folding a bunch of modules I noticed it was a pain not to know how many I needed, so I ended up assembling and disassembling a few times. Still very rewarding.
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Here's a red one.

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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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That's really nice! Love it. First time I'm hearing about this craft, might try it out.
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.
very cool and very cute op. super graceful art. going to try it out after I receive my paper.
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hey fella i came across this article today and i thought of your thread, hope you like it.

Anyone have a good Land Rover Defender/ Series model? The pickup version would be even better
My dad loves Landies so I'll co-sign this one in the hopes of making him something for him.
i was able to find these exact versions and a few more on the waybackmachine.

They are a whjite/blank version, firefighter, camo ,khaki, special series "Team versus", aluminum, dark green & sand. it also includes mini versions as well!

i hope you both enjoy these :)


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Hi, anons, I have this cardboard box full of used paper I've been collecting for 6 months. I plan on making papier-mâché pulp but I've never done it before and I don't know where to start. Most of the paper in the box is A4(printer paper), using it will turn alright or is there something I should know?
To anyone who worked with papier-mâché before, how was your experience and what did you make?
What do you want to make with the paste?
If you search online you will find many different ways and ingredients, but i recommend you using a stove to heat it while stirring the flour and adding some salt to prevent fungus growth, but if you are only using it to make molds for drywall then it doesn’t matter
i gotchu homie

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I'm looking for a diagram for an Argonaut egg shell model by Tomoko Fuse.
It's on this book called "Spiral".
Can't find it anywere and I don't want to buy the book just for 1 model.
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sorry for taking so long didn't visist /po/ for a while
can you post the works of satoshi kamiya 2
its the only one i'm missing out of the three
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dropbox decided that i "don't have permission to create a link" to share the file....so i uploaded in docdroid, first time using the site if it does not work i'll try something else.

works fine, thanks

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lol, 404girl looks funny
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fucking awesome
based as fuck
dubs and based

holy duck

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Share your diagrams and videos
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Just passing through and I noticed that the plane in your pic ain't gonna fly, so here's a vid that explains why.

Also it seems that T-rex can't into Origami ;_;

Speaking of that vid, is there anyone with Collin's book? The New World Champion Paper Airplane Book?
When I was a kid, I made a paper airplane that would fly for miles. I don't know exactly what I did to it to make it so good, but I swear there was something magic in it. From what I remember, it was kinda like a dart, but folded with the paper going horizontally. The nose was flat, and I did this weird double wingtip thing to it. I know some people like to fold their wingtips up for stability or whatever, so I did that, but also folded it one extra time outward. That's all I remember, but I know I'm forgetting one crucial step, since when I try to recreate it, it always takes a nose-dive straight into the ground. It wasn't a one-off thing when I was a kid, either. I used to make it all the time. It's like Greek fire or Damascus steel . Ancient knowledge of high technology, forgotten forever.
This makes me sad. If you remember please do post

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