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Origami Pokemon thread
post cp's, diagrams, and your finished models
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>>567982
am op, refolded the Litwick
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Designed a Drifloon, should I make CP? I'd like to know if people want to fold it
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>>571743
yes king
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>>571771
https://flic.kr/p/Rr9upe it's on my flickr here
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Raichu

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pikachu

joda is joda

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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):

https://ninjatoes.wordpress.com/category/advance-wars/

Have fun building!
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Keep up the good work i built this years ago
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Love you Ninjatoes, your papercrafts were my favorite to build back in the day.
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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
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>>571321
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!
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>>570946
based

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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

I'm new to papercraft/oragami, any starting models I should try?
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>>571804
Make a crane.
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>>571804
animals are pretty easy, crane is an obvious classic.
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>>571804
Mine
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>>571918
Rekt

Hi po, anyone who have this diagram plz sent to my gmail plz, nkimchi09@gmail thanks
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>>573044
>anyone who have this diagram
Insufficient information.
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No. Stupid!
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>>573044
>plz sent to my gmail plz,
What is it with loos always asking for emails?

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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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https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FkwOOXjFcAJ23bhHOQ0teA8MEQoc0MuZ

Finally uploaded the thing to Drive, took like 3 hours
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>>572012
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
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https://megaup.net/tmHZ/JoWooD_cropped.rar

I cropped the images. Since I don't have a paid account they will be deleted after 60 days of inactivity. Hopefully this helps
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>>572012
>>572988
You can upload .pdf files here in /po/
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>>573015
There is a max upload of 8mb.

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Hi, I'm looking for 3D Russian Buildings printables like the one in the picture.
Can you guys help me?
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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):
https://creativepark.canon/en/contents/CNT-0011641/index.html
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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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I search this papercraft everywhere but i couldn't find it. The original page of the papercraft was deleted.
And i am searching for more mother papercraft.
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>>572969
/po/sterity
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>>572969
Thanks!

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I figure it might be a cool idea to have a thread dedicated to all things math and science related to papercraft and origami.

Feel free to share anything inherently sciency or mathematical about our shared hobbies, and even include science inspired patterns and models!

To kick us off we have the (pic related) origami-inspired solar panels that one day might be on a satellite.

https://www.nasa.gov/jpl/news/origami-style-solar-power-20140814/
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>>572858
While we're at it, here's a copy of Euclid's Elements. Was a standard textbook throughout the history of western classical education. I think it's worth flipping through for anyone, but especially for origami doers, where it's useful to formalise some of one's knowledge.
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>>572871
It definitely is a very cool historical treatise on geometry as well! It has the precursor to Dedekind cuts in it, using Eudoxes' theory.

The attached picture is of paper sundials that were crafted and sold by Georg Hartmann, a friend of Durer's. This was one of the possible inspirations for Durer's nets, as shown in >>572870 .
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>>572857
Japanese use this type of fold for their space program
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>>572921
Do you have a link? A preliminary google search only brings up stuff about NASA and it is all hypothetical stuff.
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>>572857
There is a fun theorem, the "fold and cut" theorem.

Take an ideal sheet of paper, fold it as you wish so it lies flat at the end of the fold and then cut all the layers allong the same straight line. You will obtain at least two parts, unfold them and look at the shape you obtained.

The fold and cut theorem states that using this procedure you can obtain every shape you want providing it has polygonal borders. You can even obtain something which is not convex, connected or simply connected. You can find some crease patterns on the internet for different fold and cuts designs. I once made one for a dick and a svastika (welcome to 4chan), i'll post them if i can find them on my computer.

The proof of this theorem is, however, not fun at all.

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Was wondering if anybody had CreatureKebab's models that aren't available on her blogspot. Specifically 2 of them (see picture and next post). Of course 2 of the 3 I'm most interested in aren't available. So I'd greatly appreciate if anyone had them!
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Hi guys can you help me to find some more of those?
Specially Russian buildings
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>>572880
>>572866

Please post only once. Don't make a new thread when no one posts in your old one.
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>>572885
Then, help me

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damn his whole page is legit
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Leave Milky to me
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>>570067
Shikata ga nai

You won.
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>>570060
>the west reverse engineering chinkshit
how low the mighty has fallen
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>>571023
>No bumps in 70 days
>Still up
Holy shit is this board dead. Like Goddamned.


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