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I want to do some papercraft stuff but all I have is printing paper and notebook and some pencils. Are there any cool things I can make? I'm thinking something touhou
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Bump
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>>557105
Why the fuck did you bump this 2 hours after its creation and then never again? We have a thread up that was made in fucking 2016, bumping once a week is fine
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>>557108
>bumping on /po/
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>>558715
bump
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>>557105
Printing paper won't hold up usual papercraft, but you can try printing it half-size if it's something with large features.
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>>558715
Ok
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You can do some origami. I made this today
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>>560613
https://img00.deviantart.net/ca8c/i/2017/293/e/5/angel_of_zero_casualty_by_littlesongtress-dbr4w9u.jpg

Printing papers can hold themself in case of B&W.

From what OP suggested, there are paper child and dressing doll. A cool origami is too op for printing paper to handle.
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>>561068
Is that a Chromebook? Looks good
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A number of the models here with smaller pieces will hold up well on normal paper but I'm not sure what kind of paper you have there in your pic.
http://cp.c-ij.com/en/index.html
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bump for interest
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One minute, I'm settling on the pool bottom, and the sky is wavy, light blue through eight feet of water above my head. The world is silent except for the heartbeat in my ears. My yellow-striped swim trunks are looped around my neck for safe keeping, just in case a friend, a neighbor, anybody shows up to ask why I skipped football practice. The steady suck of the pool inlet hole is lapping at me and I'm grinding my skinny white ass around on that feeling.

One minute, I've got enough air, and my dick's in my hand. My folks are gone at their work and my sister's got ballet. Nobody's supposed to be home for hours.
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>>569624
Hot
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>>561068
Can I use this for something?
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>>561068
Would recomend for learning, but that's it, not so much for keepsaking. The model I folded 2 weeks ago is already unraveling and no longer able to hold a perfect form.
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>>571101
you can stick it up your ass, but in order to do that you'll need some patience
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>>572006
I like when this guy comes around. He's funny.
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whoaaa, thats a LOT of paper, you must be filthy rich
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>>572007
I disagree, he is a total faggot
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>>557105
>>touhou
https://moriyashrine.org/files/file/649-touhou-17-kikeijuu-wily-beast-and-weakest-creature/
thou art wolkommen
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>>557105
There is a method by which you can get perfect squares and a long strip from computer paper, simple method really. Once you learn that, do them in batches with a cutter and you can use the squares for traditional models, the size allowd you to do alot of intermediate models, and the long strips can be converted into units for 3D origami, which is its own little pocket of origami enthusiasm, distinct from say, modular origami.

t.origami-specific enthusiast
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>>575887
You can also get a 2x1 sheet of paper by folding the computer paper hamburger (make a crease along the short length, not the long length) i make the origami magic ball model alot with computer paper, you can use tape to close it together on both sides if you can do fine folding and can reenforce the creases on the tape.

Attached is an image with the method to obtain a square from a sheet of printer paper, merely cut along the line that the papers edge creates. (You can make a "template" sheet and cut along the template line over a stack of sheets with a paper cutter to avoid having the diagonal fold on all of your paper)
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>>575888
I cut the squares i make now into smaller squares and do modular origami now, because i have no time to get to a paper shop and no patience to order paper online to do more advanced folds. I also have no real work space to do my projects right now, havent for a few years, so modular origami works well with my lifestyle. (I know it gets some heat)



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