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SOMEONE HAVE NEW BOOKS OF ORIGAMI???
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Does anybody have and will to share the book "Stop thinking Start folding" by Oriol Esteve?
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anyone have NOA Magazine 456

or the Bag with ribbons by Futawatari Masako if only that
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mediafire.com/file/3j31f3gsctjy1j0
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>>571199
Tried searching on exvagos but I can't find it.
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>>571511
That's because you didn't search hard enough or not at all and just saying you did. No one is going to do the search for you.

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Anyone have the diagrams drawn by Javier Vivanco?
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>>571330
could you guys please stop making a thread for a single fucking diagram ? There is a general for sharing/asking books and diagram.
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>>571332
Not for long, because of all this extra garbage everyone keeps posting in here. The book/diagrams request thread is already on page 9, and it won't be long before it reaches page 10 and then gone.
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>>571330
The only thing that's available is the CP. There are no diagrams published.
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>>571417
Looks like an unofficial diagram. Who knows the guy might just be trolling by posting just the cover.

does anyone have a pdf of this 3d origami book or can anyone point me in the direction to where i could find it? pic of book
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>>571505
>does anyone have a pdf of this 3d origami book or can anyone point me in the direction to where i could find it? pic of book
https://www.exvagos1.com/showthread.php?p=2454853#post2454853

Hello guys
I'm very bad at papercraft but I'd like to reproduce pic related package for my class projekt. HALPH.
ur my only hope 4chan papercraft pals.
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I’m gonna cri :(
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I will cry with you fren
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>>571163
I'm sorry we're your only hope; this is a notoriously slow board.
By the looks of it, this is something you can figure out from the image alone though - It looks pretty nice.
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>>571163
Do you know trigonometry?
Or how to use a compass?

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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

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Looking for some good origami container designs that I could use as flower pots.

I've got some small succulent plants and I think I could fold some origami pots for them. Ideally, I should be able to use waterproof Tyvek paper with a hole cut in the bottom for drainage. Most succulents only need to be watered once a month, so durability shouldn't be a huge issue. As a backup plan, I can line the pot with plastic, or simply use a plastic pot hidden inside of the origami pot.

The pots should are going to be between 2" and 5" tall, same diameter as height. Tyvek seems to hold a crease pretty well, although it is significantly thicker than paper.

I'm looking for this cute lil Rag Rappy from Phantasy Star Online, but all the downloads are dead rapidshares. I can't find any older SEGA games.

Will someone please post this and other SEGA papercrafts PDOs/Templates if you got 'em?
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https://www.models-resource.com/pc_computer/phantasystaronline/model/1222/

here's a model rip, doesn't look terribly difficult to turn into a decent papercraft. Personally I have zero experience in making my own templates or using Pepakura Designer or editing 3D models but i'll report back here if I ever do learn how.
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>>571230
Wow, thanks. Do you think I can just print and construct the model as is or would I have to modify it? The number of folds on the small pieces are why I ask.
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>>571385
It definitely looks doable as is but I think even an absolute beginner like myself could upscale the parts to like 200-300%, sort them out, connect a few, break up that the two largest pieces. Idk what's going on with the color on the left foot though. I'll try my hand at it, expect to hear back from me in the next few days.
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>>571439
Kek

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I love this model but I can't find any diagrams or crease patterns. Does anyone have any?
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>>570710
Do you have horse and rhino diagrams???
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>>570710
That's beautiful.
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>>570817
I have already said I wasn't posting any more diagrams from this book.>>570716
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>>570710
Thanks
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>>570710
jesus fuck i wanna give this a shot but i dont know if my fold-fu is strong enough

Designing the king in yellow in origami
So far this is a 40x40 grid on the top quarter.
I'm having a shit time working through this. Got any ideas /pool/?
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>>571401
what's a king in yellow OP?
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>>571407
The king in yellow, Hastur, is a god from a series of short stories. The stories center around a play called "the king in yellow" that drives the reader insane.
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well, are you asking for ideas on the look or how to fold it?

if you already know how you want it to look, do you have a reference image? like, mainly the robe, or with hands sticking out? or with big wings like in that one cover? or something more monstrous?
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>>571413
I was thinking simple robe, the two flaps that can be seen next to the head and before the large unused corners are sort of shoulder/mantle peices

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.

https://pastebin.com/yYGRfvFv

Model list
https://www.mediafire.com/file/k3aujvhabdm6l1v/Models.pdf/file

Two free models
https://www.mediafire.com/file/ctrxt6647j02p95/PILOT_33rd_USAAF_EUROPE.pdf/file
https://www.mediafire.com/file/r3ooppkjchi2x81/PILOT_24th_USAAF_EUROPE.pdf/file

Siatki software
https://www.mediafire.com/file/swjtb6tddki0iri/Siatki.7z/file
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>>570351
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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>>570406
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!
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>>570406
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.
>>570407
Sorry about that
https://pastebin.com/0J5T1vaC
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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*
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Ooh yeah baby fold it yeahhhhhh
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N-No, don't throw away that paper duck, it brings me joy.
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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?
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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.
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how much does all this ink cost
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Ink cartridges are way to expensive unless you are recycling paper I don't see how to keep costs down0)ppppppppppp
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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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>>547314
Not boring at all, the shadows are much more subtle in that one. Me likey.
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>>564871
PLEASE RESPOND
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>>548146
>Are you all banned from google?
>lmgtfy
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.
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Need 4 speed and bumping this thing
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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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here
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This one is a few years old, so it has become a bit soggy...


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