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let's start a new thread in supercomplex origami since the previous one has been archived
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Delete this crap please.

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Hi /po/, I've never done any real papercraft before but I recently found this template for the mascot of a doujin musician I follow. Is there a standard way to read these? The website I got it from was taken down and the image only exists on the Wayback Machine so there aren't any written instructions that I know of, and if there were they'd be in Japanese. Thanks in advance!
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I probably have, but the last time I can remember doing any arts and crafts was in elementary school art classes. Now that I know the blank tabs are meant to be folded inwards and glued and the colored bars and dots just indicate where the separate nets are supposed to line up, it does look much more straightforward. I'll still practice with a cube before I try this one so I don't waste time and paper on a failed attempt. Thanks!
Where/when did you get this?
Do keep us updated with results!
I first saw it a few weeks ago on this video:
In the comments someone asked about it and someone else shared the Wayback Machine link to a page on Koronba's website with the image.
Koronba, the musician that made the mascot, is known for purging his work from the internet and disappearing for long periods so it's very lucky that this was preserved!

I will! Don't have a proper precise cutting tool or sturdy paper yet but the board's new sticky helps a lot with knowing the materials to get. I'll post a pic of the complete papercraft here when it's done!
Yeah, it's great there's a sticky thread now (was about time).

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>new ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘square’’’’’’’’ of origami paper, folded precisely corner to corner, completely flat
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>Nicolas Terry ‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘‘tissue foil’’’’’’’’’’
>fold Tadashi Mori’s Darkness Dragon 2
>too thick
I was scared that the back was going to tear. Fortunately it didn’t but the legs are stupid thick. I don’t even think it’d make sense to finish it.
Nigga you can't even make a crane
Oh yeah?
I get enraged when I do a fold, but it's off by a few millimeters. Then I try to do a correct fold, but somehow the paper is stubborn. Then after 30 minutes doing the same thing, my hands start to get weird, let's call it annoyed.
Your fingers are disgusting dude.

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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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looks like a windmill
Historic thread
hey you still have verus? could you send me a link? auchvits2 @ gmail com
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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I want to know too.
Bump. I WANT TO KNOW! Come on /po/, don´t leave me hanging.
>don´t leave me hanging.
Alright. Which model you are interested in ?
I was talking about this:

I want to know what happened
If you're not The Man Who Bended, don't worry about it. He'll know what this is about.

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This is pretty cool.
It’s not.
It's like saying a paper airplane or a fortune teller is 'cool'.

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Anyone have a MIG 15 template or pdf? Thanks in advance /po/bros
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I made this myself! Now. You. Can. Too!

Post origami or papercaft food templayes or instructions.
If you want to start shit post an image along with it
No bumping as it eats up the post limit

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Any of y'all have interesting kirie/"cut picture" examples? Image is from http://www.spoon-tamago.com/2018/12/27/kirie-octopus-masayo-fukuda/

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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 really nice app with beginners newbies in mind to make folding origami fun and challenging...
What apps have you seen on the web that we should know about.??.post here
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This app is so old... Remember that a thread died just so you could make this crappy post.
Hey it's the first time I heard of it. And a lot of the old threads are not all that interesting and multiples of the same question. At least this is somewhat different
Here is an newer app with some updated levels and different layout...it's really not easy at all

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So long time ago I made cs_assault out of boredom.
I bet most of 4channers have played cs 1.6 once in their life, so I guess I don't need to explain a lot of it.

In the next link there are more pics

And sorry I didn't toke many. I accidentally broke it while lifting it from the dining room to my room....
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Welp, there are more reference pictures in the link on the description

The size was 1.5x1 meters aproximately
To compare something, the red box is as big as an open hand
Woops, and I forgot to mention the money thing

As i said in >>569916, i used those softwares

When it comes to the materials... and money...
10% paper board
5% glue
85% textures
I didn't own a printer, so I had to print it in a store, so it was quite expensive. 5 cents a colored A4 page
5 cents? That's how much I pay for a single black-and-white page.
Colored pages are 60 cents.
your prints are slightly too dark, especially the brick. this makes the white edges stand out. you can cut at an angle using an exacto knife to hide the white edges better as well. inside seams are another way. good job though. dont be afraid to use something like balsa wood or popsicle sticks for structural integrity on large wall pieces.
This is really cool, OP
Planning to do any other maps?

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Where can I find good tutorials for making paper fractals, youtube doesn't help much
We did that in our school, it's in spanish but there are photos: https://profmate.wordpress.com/fractales-en-papel/
Dude, he's trying to fold paper, not tacos.

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Can we have a thread for sexy papercrafts?

Posting a few pics to spark interest, but I sadly never found the files for them.
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No, her top and skirt are separate parts, I have this model in my file but I've never built her. Very sexy though.
I have this Kagami, but not built.
Not sure where /po/ falls on lolis, but I've got a bikini Kobato (Hagenai) on file that's anatomically accurate and cast off.
Same goes for the upgraded version of whatshisname's life sized mannequin.
Understandably I haven't built either [spoiler]because paper pussies[/spoiler]. Though my existing mannequin is in rather poor shape and in need of an overhaul.
>Not sure where /po/ falls on lolis
Could post pdf filename and filesize (bytes) so it can be googled. Unless you can link to it directly, or to a torrent of course.
Kobato was a set of bmps or jpgs I believe. The mannequin was the 2nd or 3rd revision of Migero's Large Doll on Papercraft museum (which surprisingly still exists).
>sometimes it serves a purpose of making sure something doesn't disappear from the internet.
Yes, this is really important. Websites have a habit of just vanishing overnight, but the community will still be there.

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Hey /po/ I'm looking for some 1/150 scale paper craft city buildings for a kaiju diorama display I'm making.

I've found some myself but I just wanted to check here to see if there are any others that you guys have since you're probably more experienced with looking for this stuff than I am.
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this gave me some great ideas for jerking off
This just tells me that you are a "jerk off".
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I've never had the chance to build this but am pretty sure it'll work just fine.
im new to this, not quite sure what the last page is for? Is it the base? looks really eye catching.
that's the ground

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