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Continued tread of paper women
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You guys are myusogonyst.
you castin spells here?
she looks like a monkey
Shut your whore mouth. If monkeys looked like that nobody would risk their livelyhood with mail order brides. We would be basically living cat girl distopia.
dude that looks awesome

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Hove you ever fapped to an origami?
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Crease Pattern, I assume (/pol/ack here, lmfao at this thread). Envious of all o' y'all's skillset.
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>this thread will turn 2 years old in a month ot so.
How time flies by!
It's been a few years, these links died. Anyone have the peedeeehfs?
Just got here from some 'teen on the sharty and this is one of the first threads I see. You guys seem to be kind of bored over here

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Hello, /po/. I expect to die soon, so I decided to share my personal little collection of papercrafts and whatnot. Have fun and thank you all.

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I never come to this board (I'm not even interested on papercraft) and the 4th thread I see it's this one... I'm glad you could live happy doing all this. Godspeed OP.
If someone makes this a torrents I can put it on my seedbox.
Why not just make the torrent yourself and add it?
Thank you, anon. I'm going to start papercraft because of you.
you still there, OP?

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I make small Origami to the point that when I gift people Origami they toss it in the Trash because it's too small to be recognised.
Either that or I'm just too bad at Origami lol
I mean it has your sweat, oil, and who knows what.
make the crane. it looks like something. this one is too abstrant for normies i guess. worked for me.

>I mean it has your sweat, oil, and who knows what.
also this. if tom cruise would give you a trash tier crappy origami, you would keep it. tl dr: self improvement.
Looks more like a seahorse than a goose. I'm inpressed you managed to make anything with XXXL finger like that. Maybe use bigger paper and make a bigger model.

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To commemorate Spyro's 20th anniversary, I'm opening a blog dedicated to Spyro papercrafts that I'll be posting over time. The first one is Spyro himself, feel free to edit the template if you need to

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Holy shit, this thread is still up? Amazing.
OP i love you, that is all
bro same, first time here and this thread came through
this thread will never die

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(Originally started in /diy/)

Paper Mache, 9in. Not too sure what the point of it is.
Low quality since I haven't used paper mache before, just wanted to share the progress before finishing.
looks sick so far, post when done
Looks like an ant

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I want to recreate a lampshade I found online. I've made a couple miniature prototypes and I feel ready to try a clean model on a larger scale. The problem is endless reverse-folds tend to be hard on paper, and both my prototypes showed cracking/tearing at crease intersections.

So, I need a paper that's:
- available in large formats, at least 36" wide
- will hold its shape for quite a long time, no crease sagging
- won't be murder on my hands to try to fold, so not too heavy
- somewhat translucent?
- and that won't tear from repeated reverse folds

Does anyone have any suggestions? Price is also a factor, like always.

Pictured is the lampshade I want to recreate.
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Here's the two prototypes.
maybe some thicker paper like 110lb shits
idk about getting it in big sheets tho

Something that fits one page or less.
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I will post more if I find more interesting ones (to me at least lol). See ya :>
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Hi guys! I am a history teacher and I'm really into WW2. I recently found out about this historically-accurate tank paper model, and I was wondering if anyone has a copy they would be able to scan!

Unfortunately, the original model is almost a year old, and was made available last June as part of the Rekigun Japanese historical magazine, so there isn't really a way to obtain it now :(

Any help would be greatly appreciated, since I've wanted a historically-accurate model for my classroom for a long time!

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Ive done some basic stuff and i want to learn more advanced stuff in origami as a project. What books are good for that?
"FAQs about origami

Where do I begin with origami and how can I find easy models?

Try browsing the board for guides, or other online resources listed below, for models you like and practice folding them.

A great way to begin at origami is to participate in the Let’s Fold Together threads >>>/po/lft - open up the PDF file and find a model you like, work on it, and discuss or post results.


What paper should I use?

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Best books for beginners are fun models that aren't more than 30-60 steps .
John montroll is good .
Also I like Fumiaki kawahata .
Chen Xiao
Usually convention books like NOA are easy to follow .
Join a Facebook origami group . Once your accepted you get suggestions on others to follow

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I finally found the NOA magazine 202 but I don't have an diyzhen invite so can you guys get it for me?
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Empecé a buscar en 4chan para buscar libros muy rebuscados, ya que en algún momento, en la Universidad, escuché que en 4chan, se podía encontrar de todo, de echo, en foros archivados, se veía que la comunidad compartía muchos libros, fuentes, PDF, sin embargo desde hace 1 año, "los que hablan inglés" se dedican a insultar a los que andan pidiendo libros, etc, insultándolos, etc, bueno, creo que debí buscar desde hace 5 años atrás, bueno, de todos modos saludos amigo
Acest forum ajunge la toată lumea.
În caz că nu știai, unul dintre cele mai complete forumuri despre contribuțiile Origami este spaniola (exvagos). Originea este internațională, limba mea maternă este spaniola și este bine să știu să comunic în alte limbi (cea mai folosită limbă este engleza, pentru că ei caută o modalitate de a o scrie). Grupuri de Facebook, sunt multe, din orice țară. Nu văd niciun motiv să ratez
Bump back up.
Thanks for sharing the archived links.
No problem.

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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:




Imperial Guard:


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May I ask you gentelman where does one usually acquire pdfs like these on oneself?
Medieval Scennery anyone?
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Currus B:

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Karacnos Assault Tank:

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Curerus C Pugnator:


Currus D Pacificator:


Rogal Dorn Battle Tank:


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Does anyone know where I can find the diagram for this model or can share?
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ARE you serious with this CRAP?
are you SERIOUS with this CRAP?
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are you SIRIUS with this CARP?

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It looks more like a swan to me
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Ok, now that's a fucking gas can.
Nice watering can
You can't just post that withoutthe diagram

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Favor compartir los libros de József Zsebe, iniciando con este.
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dubm fuck 'murikastan being dumb, can't help it, it's in their shit inbred genes
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faltaría este de zsebe
kaypiqa faltanmi umaykilla
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