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This is Origami
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I am enhanced by this origami. I am purely grateful for this. lol I won't say anything insulting about this material. Who likes buzzkills? I won't be that guy. I will be anything but that guy. That is the entire truth. I guarantee that's me. I will be anything else outside of that. lol What do others think here? Based.
Based on what?
more like Obamagami
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Hi, I made Alarak statue out of origami parts. I hope you like it too.

My Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChGJH4IpkJL-_gNHjt-CCcw

deviantART : https://www.deviantart.com/doreng4287

If I reply something awkward, please understand English is not my first language
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Thanks. I need two weeks to make it.
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Hail to the God of origami!!!
Here is my recent work.
I hope you like this.
By the way, how can I upload multiple pictures about one work?
Compile them all into one image (like a collage)

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I keep getting this error when I try to generate a cp with treemaker. I'm very new to the program so I wouldn't be surprised if I'm missing something obvious, but none of the online tutorials or Lang's writeups have helped

Brothers, looking for this Boa Hancock. Can't find her anywhere.
If you got her please kindly share! thanks!
Just a bump to keep this request alive for some more time.
Nobody has it now fuck off. It's a private thing that isn't share to anybody, Japanese designers almost never post anything online, so go cry and whine about it somewhere else.
Why so aggressive? Your boyfriend dumped you? Is your period too hard on you? Did someone steal your dildo? Can't you just be polite? Oh yes... I know, this is 4chan, that kind of thing doesn't exist here. Hope your poor days of sadness improve so that you don't take revenge on total anonymous people over the internet.
It pisses me off that people keep spamming shit on here 10x and OBVIOUSLY nobobdy has it, so sorry dildomuncher, I freaking get angry with spamming and nobody wants to see that on here asswipe. Too agresive?, welcome to the internet btw, go cry to your mummy.

Imade her a fucking boat.
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Imade her a fucking goat
I made here a fucking tote.
now finish the job, and cut your fucking throat.
*her fucking throat
You summoned me here, I'm afraid You can't cut what you can't see

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Guys I'm looking for the template of the Don't Starve Beefalo. The developers have removed it from the webpage.

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> Origami artist and physicist Robert J. Lang explains origami in 11 levels of difficulty. From a simple, traditional cicada to an extremely intricate one, watch how Robert J. Lang demonstrates and breaks down everything that goes into the art of origami.
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Hey Nepa, not to get off topic here, but how's your book coming along?
I'm doing the final diagram. It's boring as fuck to make and is draining my soul. But the model is okay so idk. Hopefully Xmas
I find far more joy folding John Montroll's relatively simple designs than I do those models that begin with umpteen pages of dividing a gigantic piece of paper in 128ths and then applying weird angle bisectors. You want the paper to flow under your fingers.
I feel the same. John Montroll, Robert Lang, and Joseph Wu are my original inspiration for folding, so it's a battle in my mind sometimes when I design, whether to trust old techniques or go with the newer style.
i havent liked any of the montroll models i've folded and something about the inefficiency of older designs triggers me (start with a double blintz base lol get fucked), but i do enjoy folding a nice sequence way more than solving cp's. i think there's a middle ground to be reached between final appearance, design efficiency and folding sequence. those are the funnest models. komatsu is the greatest example of this imo and his is the best beginners book i could imagine. gen hagiwara deserves mention too and is outrageously underrated but his final models don't always look as great. his diagrams/sequences are amazing and most of his models start with simple bases.

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for modular construction of polyhedra
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Pic related is a tetrahedron, made from the new hexagonal pattern shown in >>577907.
(The triangular pattern actually isn't new--I just didn't have room to include it in the instructions photographed in the OP. The hexagonal pattern, however, <em>is</em> new, as I didn't realize until recently that folding an almost-correct hexagon could be almost as simple as folding a perfectly-correct triangle.)
That d is for donut(ed)
Folding guide (somewhat blurry)
As a (very) rough rule of thumb for gauging the time that a model will take, you can assume that each square module or triangle module takes five minutes and each hexagon module or double square module takes ten minutes.

...is what I would like to say, but I keep getting "connection error", so I'll upload the photograph later.
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Twelve models, ready for delivery.

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Does anybody have a papercraft for some sort of mech?
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Code geass
Here is Walter-Nest's MadCat pdf;
Look at these pdo files by BLaaR's Paper Models; http://www.mediafire.com/?0sexct8u86nk9#myfiles
Mech Warrior and others.
Great anime
Found these...


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I finished my papercraft Star Trek Galileo 5 transport shuttle, parts and instructions for this and all my other papercrafts models are available for free from my papercraft webpage:

Have fun building!

How do i fold a paper Gucci loafer?
Try origami shoe in Google.
Real gucci paper link https://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-GUCCI-Black-GG-Wrapping-Tissue-Paper-Silk-Paper-50-SHEETS-/132460287838?_ul=GB

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idk thought you guys would appreciate it
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Looks like an art installation
fucking amazing
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More pics, take closer pics too

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what's the best thickness of origami paper? I'm just a beginner so I'm now just using whatever I have at home
It's not just thickness that's important, it's memory, durability, and appearance

But in theory the more complex the model, the thinner the paper should be.

I use tissue foil. It has a high memory, so it's pretty good for sculpting, but also doesn't reverse folds very well. It's also sometimes shiny, which people don't like.

But it's easy to make at home and works well enough for me.
Another thing that I forgot to mention is that when upscaling a model, you need to increase the thickness. I made something recently, and am sadly watching it collapse under its own weight.

You could also bypass this issue with wiring if you can't find an appropriate paper
Desirable thickness can vary wildy on the size and complexity of your model. I'm doing mostly modular origami, so I need a _lot_ of paper for rather simple models which shouldn't be too fragile. So I like to work with colored 9x9cm memo block paper, and even there you can get plenty different weights/sqm. And as a beginner you shouldn't "waste" expensive origami paper on your fist experiments, I think. But it's also tedious to cut Din A4 copy paper (which pretty much everybody has at home) into uniform squares. Been there, it's "hard" to get perfect squares, and a waste of time - although sometimes you get nice printed/patterened paper in A4... Go for cheap folding paper for kids from your local dollar store, if they have it. Dedicated crafting/hobbie stores are way more expensive than ordering online, from my experience. But the local dollar shop chain sells dirt cheap origami paper and square memo blocks without glue, which are just perfect for my needs...

tl;dr: experiment around, but start with cheap paper at first
Kitchen paper (greaseproof)..Craft paper usually found at the post shop...
Tissue paper search wardrobe and shoe closet..
Local florist and restaurants use thin paper too!

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This thing apparently contains 633 pages. What paper is necessary to make this and where can I buy it? Also, why aren't textbooks being made in this form?
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Thanks I found what I was looking for because of this post
having /po/ and /pol/ next to each other gets really confusing sometimes.
They're not next to each other if you use boards.4channel.org
I've heard it being called bible paper. Also I've seen it used in bigger (though smaller than an A4 sheet) bibles and phone books
Its not any rare tree though...as was thought by denser reasoning..how can it be made from the pulp of the Cedar tree of Lebanon ?that tree is practically endangered ..and doesnt propogate well...
Then i thought maybe it was papyrus or Jacaranda
..something that felt ancient and holy..but sadly no ..the bible society make billions from printing these books and giving away free to tribesmen and school children
You only have to convince a few evil criminals that God will forgive them and they grab the book up with glee while the missionary scopes what else he can steal from these naive fools

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I'm a layman btw
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1. people hate ching chong (IBM thinkpads are just for fun and can't really be used for modern applications)
2. people dont like that we have good laptops for cheap instead of the newest Alienware

Not called the Fish wRap for nothing.
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We still freeze the fat cut off of meats so that the bears don't get into our trash. Then put it into the bin before they get picked up in the morning. I use a similar box fold to store all that stuff in the freezer. But my grandma would just stuff everything into a plastic bag. I always would wonder what the scavengers in the dump would have to go through to get to the goods.
Kudos for your grandma. And good to keep up the tradition.
Same here. I get lightheaded and nauseous from that ink. Did a delivery for a short while and could not handle it because of that. And breathing problems. I still love getting a local newspaper, though. It's better than online because I can see all the local arrests and recognize some folks that got busted.
Hell, yeah! That's what I use to store the nicotine gum when there's a snow storm. Or candy... for guests.

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