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This armor belong to my father !

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I know it's hella belated, but Happy Halloween everyone!
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>>587824
1. Homemade tissue foil 18"
2. Yes
3. 80x80 diagonally
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Hedgehog Prototype v2.1 (Gotta Go Fast Edition)
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>>588049
Really nice work! This is the best origami hedgehog model I've seen yet, hands down. The proportions are spot-on! I'd love to see it folded from some good lokta or origamido paper rather than tissue-foil at some point...
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>>588071
The only actual origami paper I've ever used is kami and homemade tissue foil, so it would probably turn out worse desu.

But I bought new paper to try and see if I like anything
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Do you have any intention of making a crease pattern or anything? These are too good not to be shared.

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I am in search of the following NOA monthly issues. Yes I know there is a lot of them. Yes I know it is greedy to ask for so many. No rush, not a big deal but if you happen to have any of these it would be appreciated by me and others as well because I cannot find them anywhere on the net. Have a great day and happy folding!!

96 and earlier
97-107, 109
110-112 114, 116, 117, 119
120-129
131.132,134-139
140-146-149
150,151, 156-159
160-163,165,167,169
174-179
180, 182-191
244
253
263,264

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>>590009

One kind Anon was sharing all NOAs slowly with the time, you just needed to wait, now because your stupid greedy attitude it's all ruined
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Fuck all of you. So there is a new thread. Big fucking deal. Do you people urinate on your posts to mark them too? I am sorry if posting a simple polite request triggered all of you over sensitive 6 year old girls. If there is a way to retract a post let me know so I can remove it and make you snowflake pussies happy.. if there is a moderator of this group out there feel free to remove it
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>>590024
No, fuck you asshole. Because you can't think past that little pimple you call your nose, you fucked everyone including yourself, you fucking dumbass. And to retaliate by calling people names like you did absolutely made you the pussy in here, not the people complaining about your unneeded new thread.
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>>590024
You really have a shitty attitude and tend to overreact.
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>>590009
leech

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Here some magazines I saw requested
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Keep 'em coming.
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Does anyone have this NOA book to share?
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As suggested I'll post the other NOA on
>>588435
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Because of that inconsiderate anon that started another NOA thread (maybe because he thought his request was more important than anyone else's) >>590009, I have decided not to add any more of my NOA's to this board. Hopefully, someone else can pick up where I left off.

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Looking for some Karakuri Papercrafts

I only have the Train Station. Plans, and instructions below!
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>>589621
>>589635
Thank you for these.
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Moving Picture Machine
print pages 1-3 on card at least 140 gsm.
print 4a-5b on paper.
print 4b on back of 4a and 5b on back of 5a
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>>589802
Thanks. This looks old, where did you find it?
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Yeah it is old found it years ago had to change it a bit to get two sided pages to fit properly.
can not remember where i got it from
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Hi has anyone got this .

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posting
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Bump, nice stencils
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>>552867
very nice stencils, haha
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SARS2-CoV-2 restrictions are slowing me down, I'll post a few in the next few days
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>>589939
>SARS2-CoV-2
who talks like this?
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new thread here
>>589410

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A thread for discussion and posting of anything related to sonobe, kusudama, bascetta, Chinese paperfolding and similar stuff.
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I made this Bascetta Star out of 2"x2" paper.
Pen's for size comparison.
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>>587740

Well done Anon.

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There is some of chinese origami, a compilation of Mikiller觅晨 designs, took them from Zhezhixueyuan before site shutdown, hope you guys enjoy. The .txt files are his own words/posts on the chinese dragon, some tips how to fold it better, I just did not translated it.

>https://www.mediafire.com/file/kv22ip2abuhckrg/Mikiller%25E8%25A7%2585%25E6%2599%25A8.rar/file
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Good afternoon. Does anyone have this book?
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This is by far the best modular origami book i have, ask if you want more
https://archive.org/details/TomokoFuseUnitOrigamiFantasyv2japanese/page/n67/mode/2up
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Does anyone have Pajarita issues 142 and more recent that they are willing to share? Thanks.
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>>589886
Yep
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Can someone share Pajarita Magazine 146?
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>>589990
>Does anyone have Pajarita issues 142 and more recent that they are willing to share?
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>>589994
Asking the same thing over and over won't get you any closer to getting those issues.
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>>589995
I was just citing it to the retard. It's just unnecessary to ask over and over and over.

I'm mostly starting the thread because I made this bunny papercraft for a friend's kid and I wanted to share it somewhere else too
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here's the black and white version
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>>589985
whoops that's in Italian, here's the English one
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cat

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Used to post a lot here until it was taken over by the Cult Moronicus trolls...see if things are better:

whole bunch of files:

Space Marine/Chaos:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Ed2G4RHnZp00oimr1hYba1hxLtDx-LtJ?fbclid=IwAR27IVAFQzsRMTH7aDUvEnjB9oJWb4vkrohkJW1-XLOYLQ_mU71PwNGbG6E

Ork:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1iKI4RJzpv6uyyP_W_8lFXawZG-UEZBB0?fbclid=IwAR1QwfVgafQl1DKoz15utBZ2exgwegzfA4lOu0XRtWZzhFpAEm5GRIgPWsY

Imperial Guard:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1qqYGgvTIlwwLFOXu3k-99nvj04-wicCm?fbclid=IwAR2oWtZnJGVT6mb273pxgW5GvpfaUwInPvgEiOirzcjjoR7nve0PSXBdMe0

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do you have origami for warhammer fantasy too?
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>>589209
Not a lot available. I think I only have like the steam tank and ornithopter.
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>>589209
honestly for fantasy you should be able to get away with just using flats on bases
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What thickness card stock works best for this?
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>>589957
I just use off the shelf wal-mart card stock, though for these, I use the astrobrights U.S. legal (8.5 x 14") cover cardstock you can get at Staples of Amazon.com

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In remembrance of the last paper planes thread, which just so happened to be one of the oldest boards on 4chan that passed away quite recently, this thread will serve as its successor. Hopefully this thread won't be prematurely bumped into oblivion like the last one did.

Anyways, this thread could serve as a sort of "Paper Planes General". Feel free to post your designs, .pdf files, and folding instructions. Anything goes as long as it flies or at least looks like its supposed to.
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>>561868
Needs more fueling.
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>>561868
>ctrl+f
>JAXA
>'no match'
for shame
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Yoo0oYFwIc
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>>585824
I got some actual A4 and I’m gonna try again. But I still don’t understand how those are supposed to line up. They require folding in conflicting directions.
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>>589925
Well fuck me. I just opened up my A4 only to learn that it’s actually heavy duty card stock drawing paper.
I can’t win in this country.
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>>589975
Well, I found one I could do with letter paper. The F4. Not too interesting, but it’s a start.

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I was scrolling through MR ORIGAMI'S videos and I saw that the pants design is actually wearable. As a challenge I was wondering if anyone had big enough paper to try to wear them.
Here's the tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsS051wdBT8&t=413s

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Do you ever give away your paper creations? Do people appreciate them? Tell some stories ITT
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>>564775
>Bitches love the sea

Under the sea... Under the sea... Everything is wetter and better, under the sea.
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>>566861
kek. just needs to be at the Outback steakhouse
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>>566845
did you try giving mints to all the girls? Before you know it, they will be calling you Mark the Mint Guy or Double Mint Dave
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>>589755
kek, haven't hear this in years!
anyone has the screen cap?
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>>588390
love it. sounds like a grand ol time
>>588544
cute!

I added some hot origami books to my folder, and I wanted to share it here because this board was my only hope when looking for a particular Tanteidan magazine.

I will grant you access as soon as I can.
Happy folding :)

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1tdgVDaHYiKyLzMXxVVPlrpv53tWgk6lH?usp=sharing
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>>589945
Yeah, it was first posted here
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Could someone share OSME4 (Origami Science, Mathematics, and Education) book please?
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>>589960
https://1lib.us/book/2328658/d865d3
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589955

Trastanuta
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>>589961
Nice! Thanks a lot.

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Waterproofing! I would like to learn how /po/ goes about waterproofing/protecting their papercraft creations. (If at all.) Only recently been keen on the idea of making my projects last longer and the only thing I can think of is mixing PVP glue with water and coating it with a brush. Anyone have other or better ideas?
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Adding wax can waterproof your creations to some extent.
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>>589865
I always wondering that, i will use that to seal mask, i hope someone has the answer
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>>589865
1. Use glossy thicker paper. Gloss on the surface, if it is high quality, prevents small splashes and doesn't get a fat dust layer on it so quick to ruin the surface.

2. Hollow out the inside with foam or other things to make it sturdier.

3. Use acrilic spray or any other spray for that matter, depending on how you want it to look like at the end, and spray it across the surface. The papercraft does get a bit sticky when using the wrong ones and it will always have that fake shiny afterglow, but it will make it sturdier.

4. Use wood glue and cheap tolier paper to cover the whole surface and let it dry. It becomes super hard and resistant, but you have to re-draw the textures on them at the end sadly.

5. Just make a box out of cheap see-through materials such as plastic sheets etc, to make a life-size box of the papercraft and use that to display your artworks.

Those are the things I can think of. I prefer to keep them as natural as possible and use a closed cabinet with glass to keep them inside, so they do not get dust/water whatever on them. As said, if you don't have a display cabinet, you can use the tip and make simple boxes to keep the papercrafts inside and it will also look like a vintage figurine collection maybe XD
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>>589865
fold them out of sheet metal




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