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does anyone have this origami tutorial?
TERRY strikes again with another deleted link.

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Does anyone happen to have this revolver papercraft? I believe it's part of a book of crafts but I'm not interested in the others, only this one .
So this model is a paid one and I can’t pay for it because my credit card and PayPal won’t work because they aren’t international. Can anyone help?
But it's just a chinese knock-off of Webley Revolver. Why you want exactly this???
I would love to get some cool gun papercraft.
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Whoever is up for a challenge, adapt it to this version

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hello there /po/, I am having trouble making my own papercraft. the problem is, the colors when I export the texture out of blender become really dull and muddy versus how they look when I painted them in blender. how do I keep the colors vibrant? using blender and the trial version of pepakura 4
Maybe make the colors brighter and see how they look after being dullified?

Does anyone know how to create a papercraft model? I've been searching for a thargoid interceptor from elite:dangerous but i've only managed to find a cobra,sidewinder and coriolis station.
It is supposed to be simple, but i have next to none experience in that.

The image is the Thargoid interceptor from the game.
stupid hyperdicting flowers, just got pulled by one recently
have a bump

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Does anybody have Hiroko's ferris wheel? It looks like her shop site is already down http://www.geocities.jp/h_pdr/Shopping.html
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I follow her on facebook.she had cancer,her last post was like 4 years ago ,she was doing pretty bad. I hope she got well.
Is it possible to put the link up again please as it's not working ^_^
Actually it seems that zippyshare is not allowing any activity from the UK giving all a 403 forbidden ... sad days
>Is it possible to put the link up again please as it's not working ^_^
its not just the uk, i also got the error
but i managed to get the files using opera's vpn

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This guy is obviously descended from the ancient origami masters. He designed every one of the models on his page.

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Halp, halp, I have a friend in need of dice templates for RPG stuff. Any recommends?
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I made all my own dice in prison. Look up platonic solid fold-up patterns/nets and scale them to size before printing. For the d10 (which is notna platonic solid) use two septagons with two slices taken out.
Once they're cut folded and glued, paint them with a base color and paint numbers on in secondary color. Then use a brush to apply layer after layer of liquid floor wax to give them a hard plastic shell.
I made tons of these sets and sold them for $5 each. That's good money in prison.

1. Could you elaborate on creating the dices? Did they hardened after a while? How hard? Did they look good? What type of glue did you use?

2. Please tell some jail anecdotes.
So print out the images of the unfolded solids, then put them on a tracing surface with light to medium cardstock and trace each one. Cut out with accurate scissors. Use a sharp edge to ensure the folds are all precise (I used my id card). Use a small instrument to apply glue and assemble te solids.Once dry, paint base color, at least two coats, let dry. Use a very small instrument (ballpoint pen) to paint on the numbers, let dry. Repeatedly brush thin even coats of floor wax and let them dry. The wax is liquid that hardens into a hard plastic when spread, so the dice will become very click-clacky.

I once had a player (who was serving a life sentence for murder) get his character killed stupidly while the party watched stupidly and he raged so hard that in one fluid motion stood up sharply and smashed his dice and threatened to murder me over it. They found a potion of ress mid-fight.

Does anyone have the pdf of Tomoko Fuse's book "Toy Box of Wisdom"? More specifically I'm looking for the diagrams of the rose unit kusudama :)
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Here's the first page
Thank You!! Your'e my hero! I've been looking for this for so long. If I only knew I could've just looked it up on google books :D
>looking for this for so long.
so where have you been looking for ?
Well just random forums and other websites.

I got claws on my fingers.
Good job friend
that's amazing, how did you do it ?
>I got claws on my fingers.
And autism on your brain.

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is there any traditional craft similiar to origami from your country? here coconut leaf craft from Indonesia
the same material in philippines, but mostly gay crosses are made
Cute, but it is definitely not paper.
Goes in DIY section.
Nice but you might as well use coconut paper...( simonelvin tissue )because that will go rotten as it is untreated organic material
I see similar works here en mexico

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I'm interesting in trying to make one of the uhu02 models from 2001: A Space Odyssey

It seems like this guy removes the pdfs from his site after a little while or something? Anyone got these guys around or know where to get them?
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Next model will be: 1/200 YAMATO

If you want know more about the creator, go to his website: http://uhu02.way-nifty.com/
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best friends forever <3
Dewey,Huey&Louie is from uhu02 site
yes they are but they are not available. the ones provided are from a different designer. if you look at them both side by side there are a lot of differences.

Want it too

any oni mask template? anyone?
http://www.papercraftsquare.com/life-size-japanese-noh-style-uncle-oni-mask-324-free-papercraft-download.html - there

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Is there a way to make paper water-resistant, but still biodegradable?
cum on it
I ask because I'd like to make things that might last five years, but I don't need something that will last 50 or 500 years, so slathering cardboard creations in mod podge is out.
50 or 500 or even 5000 years are just a blink of an eye on a planetary scale. That is, assuming we don't fuck up our climate and have an extinction event this century. Whether your origami is biodegradeble shouldn't be much of a concern.
Glassine paper
impregnating it with wax, might have to try a few different waxes and papers to get the right one but you want a super thin runny wax and as thick of a paper as you can stand, might also just try wax paper that is probably in your kitchen, might try just impregnating the paper with some oil as well, coconut oil and the like, but for paper with a print on it it could make the print run, to get rid of excess oil i would recommend putting the oiled/ waxed paper in an oven on its lowest setting for a while, it could be a bit uncomfortable to use though and im not sure of the structural integrity of the paper after such a process.

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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.

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any interesting application?
The obvious application is that you have a constructive algorithm for making any polygon you want.
Didn't Lang do something similar with a space telescope?
I am not clear on what Lang actually ended up doing. A lot of times it seems engineers were inspired by origami and just took care of it themselves and Lang gets some sort of credit later for being a sciency origami guy?
someone put this in its own thread but worth reposting here

as for what lang does idk either. I think he consults on a bunch of these projects but nfi which ones specifically

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Hey, it's me again showing off two new weapons I've made from scratch using cardboard and pictures as reference.
Here's a sniper based on the AWP and a shotgun based on the Ithaca.
The shotgun loads and ejects from the bottom, couldn't figure a proper mechanism.
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Here's a Karambit. First try while following a tutorial. Pretty cool looking
Lmao thanks man!

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