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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.


Model list

Two free models

Siatki software
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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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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!
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.
Sorry about that
I bought at the time a few models from them and now all the files seem to be infected by a virus and won't open. I found three of them in the pastebin file but HMS Repulse is missing or misnamed.

Hi /po/ I kindly request your help, I'm trying to get a decent Flight Control Tower. Just like the one in the picture or something related. Thank you.

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*folds your paper*
Ooh yeah baby fold it yeahhhhhh
N-No, don't throw away that paper duck, it brings me joy.
I've came here to fold origamis and eat ass, and i'm all out of paper...

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Post any pattern that can be printed for use as "homemade" origami paper.

Please, NO pictures of finished figures, and NO diagrams... these CAN be used in OTHER threads I will create soon, just NOT HERE!

Google Image searches are a good source and where I've gotten most of my own patterns, but Google recently changed how the image searches work (for the worse) and I've been having trouble lately getting more patterns to add to my collection.
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Noob here, practiced origami years back but never printed out designs like this. Is there a way to print the pattern on the front and back? I find the undecorated side distracting and ugly to look at. Looks cheap and unfinished. If i used a thicker paper like cardstock, would i be able to just print the image twice on each side of the paper? Or would the ink seep through making each side look ugly?
Even though these are all perfect squares, how can I control how big these are when printed? Some are 200x200 px--others are 600x600. Is there any way to print these square at a specific size? Like 4 inches by 4 inches? 6 inches by 6 inches? I feel if I save them all and print them out, they will all be a "random" size that the computer decides to print these at.
how much does all this ink cost
Ink cartridges are way to expensive unless you are recycling paper I don't see how to keep costs down0)ppppppppppp
Have fun printing those low res files.

I've looked everywhere and can't find anything the artist is called Ingrid Siliakus she does some cool stuff but wondering if she had any templates or does she keep this stuff secret?
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Not boring at all, the shadows are much more subtle in that one. Me likey.
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>Are you all banned from google?
fuck people like you. if we wanted to sit alone and google stuff on our own we wouldn't be on 4chan trying to interact with other humans. fuck off.
Need 4 speed and bumping this thing
Nice to see this thread is still alive and well! (Posted a bunch of the PDFs when the thread was fresh, now I come back after almost 3 years and another anon posted books I don't have last year - gotta love the slowness of /po/!)

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Post your geometric models/diagrams and creations
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This one is a few years old, so it has become a bit soggy...

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>tfw an origami tutorial makes you want to kill yourself
Go for it, also look up how to do paper nooses so this thread is on topic faggot.
Instead of adding to this dumb-ass topic, why don't we just delete it?

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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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That's a bit of an understatement I guess... ;o) Hopefully in a while I'll be able to do more papercrafting again, but until then, I still enjoy some simple ones like these. Have fun!
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Keep up the good work i built this years ago
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!

Anybody got these files maybe? I know they are on Taobao and you have to pay for them, but I can't order them from my country at all :( I know a Philiphine or something site has some of them, but not all, and I was wondering if anybody is willing to share or trade them? Thanks in advance.
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Post sites that sell them, at least. Some of us ain't broke ass niggas
its chinese, but it lines up with the pics
Are there any men?

How can I pass this image to polygons? I plan to do it in 3D but I do not know how to make a plan or guide with polygons.
spotlight uh moonlight uh
spotlight uh moonlight uh

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What's a good origami book to give as a gift? My brother wants a book for Christmas and I'm not sure about what kind of good stuff is out there. Maybe something lesser-known but anything works.

Pic related, this is the last book he used to use.
genuine origami by jun maekawa if he already doesn't own it
It depends on which level your brother is at. Try this one if he is at intermediate to advance.

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Anyone know any companies/sites that sell papercraft kits? I just ordered one of Sankei's products from hobbylink, but most of their items that aren't ghibli related are either not readily avaible or not availabe at all. Even the item I ordered was listed as in stock but changed to backorder the day after I ordered it.
never heard of this site but they have sankei kits

ebay has them as well

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Anybody like Vertigo comics? It's actually the 25th anniversary of the brand...we don't have any good papercrafts...can someone make a high-quality Constantine or Swamp Thing?
Bump for some help
Is that a young gordon ramsay?

I wish

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I made this origami tree frog by Robert Lang (Origami Design Secrets). I am satisfied with how it turned out, but, since it is for a gift, I would like it to look as good as possible. What recommendations do you have?
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Yeah it tissue foil. And thanks for the vote of confidence, bruh.

I am one of those tissue foil apologists. The reversing is a bit tricky, but you get used to it. Also a lot of the lines can be buffed out and become barely noticeable, though some are easier than others.

I usually put the order of paper as construction<printer<kami<tissue foil<specialty papers (double tissue, washi, lotka, origamido, etc).

I like tissue foil because it's a bit easier to make than double tissue, and despite it's flaws is still infinitely better than kami you'll find in hobby shops, and cheaper than specialty papers. I use Dollar Tree items and make several large sheets at once
origamishop.us my man. I recommend getting a discovery pack if you really dont know whats around. by the way the tissue/metal foil here isn't quite the same as tissue foil people always talk about, it's way stronger and thicker and less useful for very complicated models with lots of layering (but the 'sandwhich foil' seems just as shit). they also don't sell premade double tissue, it's something you gotta make yourself.
i learned more about paper as the models i was folding required it. i think tant (even though it tears easily) and biotope are good starting points for beginner > intermediate models, and much better than printer paper or kami.
Speaking of the thing Origami Shop calls tissue foil, I find it appropriate only for intermediate and high-intermediate models. I confidently attempted Tadashi Mori’s Darkness Dragon 2.0 (because ‘well it’s expensive specialty paper and it says it’s good for complex stuff, so it should be fine, right?’ and I absolutely do not recommend folding models of that caliber with it. Looking back I should have chosen Jo Nakashima’s Devil Dragon 2.0 instead (his instruction video used the exact same size and colour of tissue foil that I had).
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Learning to fold from Lang himself
woah neat!

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I'm interesting in seeing /po/'s best work.
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Just thought of something: someone should make a schematic to fold a literal crumpled ball of paper. Like crumple a piece of paper, figure out all the necessary folds, and replicate it exactly.
that's been done dozens of times
cute post anon
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A Nicolas Terry Crane
Your origami is better than your camera work

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