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I think I may have attached the wrong picture. The one I wanted is of rocks in a landscape, but it also had something to do with paper, or not at all. It had nothing to do with paper, just rocks.
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I think it’s the right picture.
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Crazy Happenings
https://youtu.be/8ZQZD3ln5Jg

let's start a new thread in supercomplex origami since the previous one has been archived
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Sorry, I meant the guy who posted the link, so

>>569965
Can you please seed your torrent for a while?
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does anyone have diagrams for the gingerbread man of marc kirschenbaum?
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>>570094
Please read : >>569996 & >> 570023
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>>569996
It's finally done Dunno if I'll keep uploading shit to this folder, I'm not sure what's google's policy on pirated shit on their drive.
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Lemon slice by Marc Vigo Anglada,anyone?

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So I've been making my own custom stickers for a while now but I've run out of ideas on ones to make next. anyone got some suggestions? Here are some examples of ones I've made so far.
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>>569831
Surprisingly - and this is common knowledge for any /po/ anon who are used to handling pdfs, constructing templates, etc - you need a high resolutions for decent image reproduction in print.
About 300 pixels translates to an inch in print. But actually, much better printers that would be used for creating stickers, 500 - 700 pixels for an inch would be needed.
So yeah, really a lot of the times the resolution of the images are the size of a monitor or a bit bigger.
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>>569904
well... i have been scanning drawings into my computer using a printer, and i have heard scanning at anything less than 300dpi is a waste for that? So I guess that sounds vaguely consistant somehow with what youre saying except the process is backwords? I find computer resolution to be really arbitrary and nontangible so i cant wrap my head around this stuff too well.
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>>565645
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>>569931
The eternal sticker Jew
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Make a chrismas tree with DnD dices as decorations.
If you wanna go even further make some dragons dacorations and instead of a star put your favorite DnD character you ve created

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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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>>569123
>569123

Could you post the model please? Its amazing!
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>>569083
No, her top and skirt are separate parts, I have this model in my file but I've never built her. Very sexy though.
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>>569063
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.
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>>569444
>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.
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>>570098
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).

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Hey po/ do you know where i can find the last version of pepakura designer 3.1.8 full with the patch to view locked models? thanks a lot for your help
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>>569167
true its a time capsule

but what is this thread even about lol?
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Version 4.1.1 Code:
0831-5303-8951

Found on a sketchy Chinese website, but I tested it and it works.

You're Welcome
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>>569217
Guy wanted had a bootleg version of that application and wanted to apply updates to unlock new stuff in it. Anon gave him hex codes to change in the app code to unlock it. It seems to have evolved into the same thing but for every update that followed. This thread is a time capsule for all the ways that Anon can deliver and can be a persistent aid over years. Look at this thread with pride for it is a testament to our better selves.
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There's already an older thread on /i/ if you guys want to know, there's no reason to be so autistic about it.
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Interesting read

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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
https://gamebanana.com/wips/48347

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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>>569618
noice
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>>569926
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
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>>569926
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
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>>570104
5 cents? That's how much I pay for a single black-and-white page.
Colored pages are 60 cents.
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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.

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Hello there,

I'm looking for Formula 1 car paper models.

Specifically I'm missing:

1991 McLaren MP4/6

2005 Renault R25
2006 Renault R26

2010 Red Bull Racing RB6
2011 Red Bull Racing RB7
2012 Red Bull Racing RB8
2013 Red Bull Racing RB9

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What are your best pop up designs and templates?
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>>568813
haha lol xd

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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>>567554
Obviously
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>>547093
I also wanted to make this particular city. I guess she has too much creativity.
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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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Do you ever give away your paper creations? Do people appreciate them? Tell some stories ITT
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I went to the Shinkai Makoto exhibit when it rolled into the city in Japan I was living in with this girl. I bought the art book they had and 2 of their 1/100 5 cm/s. I can't remember if I told her I was going to make it for her or if I just did it and telegrammed her photos, but anyways, I made it for and learned how to write her name in cyrillic so I could address it to her properly.

I think she called it the nicest thing anyone's ever done/given to her so that made me feel nice. incidentally, she's the only woman I've met so far who I've felt I could love.
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I had learned to fold all completely on my own when I first start high school in an attempt to make flowers to pic up chicks. Ended up never picking up chicks but instead went on to do a four year "career" of sorts with it, working my way up to Satoshi Kamiya and Robert J. Lang. Always gave away some portion of my stuff that I just made because I was bored, and looking back now, I probably could have picked up a few chicks with it. I just find it weird that learning to fold entirely on my own, I still ended up like all of you guys, giving it away. It's weird.
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>>564781

based

you'll have good karma :)
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Someone from work put out origami paper and instruction sheets on the tables in the lunch room, which made me pretty happy.

I've been folding them during breaks and leaving them in the lunch room. It would be nice if someone wanted to take them but I doubt anyone will without permission.
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>>564834
nice

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posting
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>>569451
Can confirm that it's hard but possible

>>569684
See if I can do this next, it's so unrefined it might be a good challenge
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Haven't done stencil stuff for over a year, keen to get back into it
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>>568173
I first came to /po/ in 2007.
Back when /po/ banned stencil threads I made that to post to a thread that lived for a few days.
I only drop in here every few weeks. /po/ is no fun with no designers.

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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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>>562980
Any advice on printing to produce lightweight paper suitable for origami? Base paper? Type of printer?
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It depends what you need more/ less of ...
I need a new home soon and garden so...having books with old wallcoverings whatever era..if you hate gardening get them flowers in line..
What about your girl...she would like cute stuff and not so much leather and lace like your trying to make a toy doll
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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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https://twitter.com/02ESyRaez4VhR2l/status/1073777451975663616?s=19
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>>570045
Just wait < a month for an anon to reverse engineer that shit and improve it.
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damn pekochan looks like that?
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>>570060
Ok i’ll wait
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>>570045
Okay I'm going to get mad and go out of my way to prove how great I am at art or maybe I won't give a fuck about the stupid thing...
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damn his whole page is legit

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ideas anyone? share your creations!

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Hi /po/

I found this pegasus design by "__ObeLisK" and felt I really had to figure out how to fold it. There are no instructions given so I tried to figure out what the base was and reverse engineer it.
I initially thought of a bird base but after playing around with some paper for a while it doesn't seem to be the case.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/34652734@N04/16770707507/in/photostream/

I'd appreciate it if another anon could throw their hat into the ring.
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It doesn't seem to be any kind of base that most simple models begin
..but my guess was a pyramid base ..and then you told from there but no petal is formed instead you shape body in the centre the wings are reverse folded. sunk in a seam and partially hidden or tucked I to the body...
You can see there are layers on the wings and also the pleats ....he has a Twitter account with many c.ps but known as Ob spend about 45 minutes looking through his account


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