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I made it!
Pop-up picture book about big tits.
For other images please watch a movie.

Stupid version
https://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm34433851

Serious version
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5s_iX_Fmng&t=51s
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>>570876
What's the point in posting how to do it, if no one here is going to do it anyways?
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>>570930
I think posting it thinking it is interesting.
The trick of design is to fold line-symmetrically


https://k-kurumigi.tumblr.com/
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I thought it was interesting and posted it.

The trick to make is to fold line-symmetrically.
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>>570930
I would 100% do it anon
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I'm getting the urge to get one, OP.

Hey anons, im a papercraft newbie and im looking for advice on how to make papercraft stronger with addition of materials( i supose foam, cardboard, etc) thanks in advance.
Pic kinda related
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>>571683
It's not really papercraft if it's made of balsa wood and foam.

I don't really know why you'd want to make some sort of indestructible construction, the fragility is of the creations has always been one of the appeals to me.
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look up DIY batman cowl. I'd post more information but 4chan thinks a paragraph is spam.
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>>571683
I've had good experiences with layered glue and paper. Pic related is a mask I made by first making the model, then gluing strips of paper inside it one by one. Just be careful not to have too much wet glue in too large area at once or the paper will get soggy and risk losing its shape.

dunno just felt like sharing here
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>>571469
yes it is a small rhombicosidodecahedron to specific
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>>571470
The prince is cute!
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>>571474
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>>571474
Nice
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huh

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Hi po I,m working on a project and producing a zine and wanted to see if there are any really interesting book form styles that people could recommend for me to have a look at,
It will be a multiple page project so pages will have to be bound (not sure if I will use staples or twine)

any recommendations are welcome

Pic unrelated

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Hello /po, I'm looking for a middle term between this kick ass and hard as hell to build samurai and that ugly as fuck but simple man. Can you help me? Some reference books, videos, whatever
Thanks in advance!

Hello, Alex here from Fold Up Toys. A little while ago I did a request thread on here taking suggestions and turning them into downloadable paper toys for a video series. I had a lot of fun making the models you were interested in.

I've just finished all my major projects for the year and wanted to try this again, but this time work towards a larger overall goal. Putting all the toys based on the requests into a self-published book.

I'll still make the models available for free download, but this way I can wrap the request project up in a neat little portfolio friendly bow.

So, tell me what you'd like a paper toy of, and if I like your suggestion, I'll make it. The OP image has some of the models I designed from the last thread as examples.
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>>569038
sounds like some fag shit to me, now go too >>>/pol/ with it as paper craft has no politics.
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>>569050
Why did it say (you) on the second link
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>>568975
Can someone help me out, trying to find the twitter/youtube channel of the japanese guy who made a lift sized paper sex doll of Rei. There use to be threads of him here. He was partially going blind and lived in a dirty apartment/office.
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>>568975
Does anyone have the Jissouseki papercraft model?
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>>571438
Because they were refering to YOU specifically

>>571457
no

>>571461
no, to you too

Sup, I am looking for a way to sell my sheet of paper (with bids) and write down the price after it is sold by filling the gap. Any idea how to do that? May be some websites?
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OK, made an ebay listing, may be that helps
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>>571663
no . wrong . all wrong. first you make a gofundme to finance selling the piece of paper. make it all about how the money will go towards selling your single piece of white printer paper on ebay and how you will document the process for all to see

then you need to make a kickstarter doing the same

ironic crowdfunding stuff isnt super popular anymore i think that potato salad guy ruined it for every one but you can try
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What cun I give to people who support me at Gofundme?
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Could only register at Indiegogo - https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/a-sheet-of-paper/x/13357687#/

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Hey anons. Do you have any patterns or guides for the sort of origami done in Japan before the modern ages (say, the 20th century)? For example, I read about pic related being folded for traditional Japanese hinamatsuri ceremonies. Then there's the book "Kan no mado" which also sounds very interesting, a collection of origami guides from 1845.
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a desperate bump...
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here a cheap edition, I never find any pdf of it:
https://www.lulu.com/shop/search.ep?keyWords=A+Japanese+Paper-folding+Classic+(Excerpt+from+the+'Lost'+Kan+no+mado)&type=
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>>571374
Thanks, I saw that before. Sadly it's not cheap by my standards, but I hope I'll buy it eventually or someone will scan it, or, ideally, they publish the entire manuscript properly.
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If I remember well, the original is a manuscript known to be in only one copy at the Tokyo Library.
That in Lulu one is a copy on demand of the only almost integral edition made in 500 copies. It's not cheap, but surely the cheapest available.
You may found an excerpt of Kan no mado in an old Kasahara's book, posted several times in 4chan, but I don't remember now the title
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It' Saishi Origami - by Kunihiko Kasahara

the horror never ends
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>>571626
kek
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>>571626
good attempt lmao

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God bless you!
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I do not know this series.

God bless you!
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>>570355
That... That is Clank!
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Lex? Is that you?
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>>570364 Thanks for sharing, Anon. Been looking for this oldie for awhile! Chokipeta papercraft model from Honey and Clover (ハチミツとクローバー Hachimitsu to Kurōbā) manga series created by Chika Umino
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God bless you!

¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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goddam apple photos
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Op here
math'd the net out of the main body and the rest was mostly free handed. I cut out the eye and placed a flat piece of card stock inside so the eye recessed and kinda follows you.
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>>571606
not sure if the net is just enough for ya guys, i could add the tabs and shit but i just normally free hand most of my shit anyway
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>>571607
Thanks man. Looks like you used those metal twist ties you find at the supermarket for the arms and legs?
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>>571634
yeah i just layered paper over them

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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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>>560586
>wife's son
ftfy
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>>560137
My wife's son loves it
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>https://twitter.com/NintendoAmerica/status/1103460256263430144

Labo VR Kit releasing April 12th, 2019.
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>>571610
They seem to be experimenting a bit with the release.
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Nice, fun and educational. Very good idea for kids.

Maybe slightly too pricey.

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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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>>564807
https://www.drivethrurpg.com/browse/pub/6291/Paper-Realms/subcategory/19948_29330/Modular-Terrain
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Historic thread
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>>546612
hey you still have verus? could you send me a link? auchvits2 @ gmail com
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Alright you guys. The website is up less and less often with time, so I'm gonna make you guys a deal. If there are any TLX sets not included in the 03 archive, let me know, and I'll purchase them before the site goes down. And if there should ever be a time the website goes down for good, I'll upload them here, so they aren't lost for good.
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>>570346
03 archive?

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Simple crane
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A frog
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>>571477
>>571476
Good Job
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>>571476
why dont your crane have legs?
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Idk, i recently buy some origami book and from that i built crane. Maybe my crane just feels it's time to rest /s


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