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This guy on etsy sells "cutting die" for 3d origami modules of various sizes. But the shop is offline and he seems to be the only person who sells this stuff.
Anybody used these before?
Do you know any website that sells these and ships to Europe?
Thanks!

https://www.etsy.com/listing/515828843/3d-origami-132-easy-folding-paper
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>>586173
I've never seen these before and don't really understand what their point is from reading the Engrish description. Are they just straightedges for folding or do they cut paper or what are they?
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>>586173
lol
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>>586205
From what I can tell of videos, it seem to cut paper... to make folding units I'm guessing? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXKrod0qz4c
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>>586205
You do know that your desperate attempt at faking a "comversation" about this useless stencil cutter is clearly to be seen, since you are the OP of this post and in every line that you write it's written "OP" with your posts, right? Sad, freaking sad. Just learn how to folc for god's sake man, it's not that hard. Nobody needs this crap.
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>>586205
They are thin sheets of steel(?) which you press against ordinary paper to make modules for 3D origami. It’s a very efficient way to make tons of modules at once, rather than having to cut them with scissors which is a pain and very time consuming.
Pic related: sure you guys must have seen these before?
>>586207
Yes that’s the same guy in the video
>>586210
You need this crap if you want to make hundreds of units quickly my friend.

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https://forjapapel.blogspot.com/2020/11/papercraft-ultraman-hayata.html

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Hi /po/, I just finished this monster. Took me about 2,5 hours to make. Show me your biggest origami piece
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>>585838
Is that a Bascetta Star? What size paper did you use?
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>>585844
I used 30 A3 size sheets of printer paper. (Sunglasses for scale)
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I saw this post browsing yesterday, ground this bad boy out today, thank you for the inspiration
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here's the pdf I used
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>>585838
Don’t have pics, but I think the biggest thing I’ve yet to make was a crane with a 2 1/2ft wingspan. I did it when I was like 10 out of wrapping paper.
I’ve wanted to do something that big again ever since, but every time I find something that would look good I utterly fail at folding it.
The largest paper I’ve tried to fold was a 4ft square. And I think it took me an hour to prep it because I don’t have a table big enough to work on so I had to do it on my carpeted floor.

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This thread is for all the Fold Up Toys projects, whether they be free downloadable paper crafts, building videos or website updates. Rather than trying to put the releases into other threads I figured it’d be easier to keep them all contained in just one.

Also, if you want to share you FUT builds that'd be great!
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>>585974
this is /po/ this thread won't die for 4 years at the least
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>>585984
Not of people keep bumping it, it won't. Let this thread die people, I beg of you.
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>>585974
>http://folduptoys.com/portfolio/hope-works-forge/
Any chance of those Space marines being available again? or for sale?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1xWItods5A

idk where to upload it and it's a pity to create a new thread for something like this.
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>>586180
Nevermind I DLd them. thanks. I'll enjoy making those!

Wanted to start a thread that lists all the pages that you personally use to download papercrafts. Meaning those pages that actually get updates of new papercrafts ever so often, so everybody has a reference for the pages.

I am going to start with mine:

boards.4channel.org/po/
paperzonevn.com/
papermau.blogspot.com/
ameblo.jp/sv0623/
kyabe2-craft.ml/en/papercraftmodels/
tfrog629.blog.fc2.com/
danyupapercraft.wixsite.com
pokemonpapercraft.net/
jav-papercraft.blogspot.com/
ninjatoes.blogspot.com/
paperduplicator.com/

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>>586138
Found another one, though I don't know if it gets actually updated or not, but the links are working fine: pepakura.eu/
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Onlypaper.ru its russian but google translate fixes that. Was awesome airplanes and model ships

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https://origamisimulator.org/#

OH DOG IM ADDICTED
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>>585877
This is actually super sweet! Love the site and the idea. Too bad it doesn't have much models on it yet. Do people regulary post new ones on? Like more complicated things or something. It does seem hard to make for the program, I can't really help with it since I got no idea about modeling, but it looks really, really cool! Thanks for sharing!
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>>585877
how is this addicting

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Hello everyone
I want to construct an advent Calendar with the theme of Kingdom Hearts for my little sister as a surprise since she is a huge fan.
Unfortunately, I am a real amateur when it comes to these things that's why I want to ask for your expertise and advice on how I should do this?
Thank you for reading
and I am greatful for any help
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>>586146
Well, you always got those empty advent ones, the ones from fabric and with little sacks at "doors" to open. So I would suggest to use that. As for the content, don't really know, maybe some KH small figurines, or small boxy papercrafts of KH and some sweets or something. It's hard to get every door to be something KH related really, so maybe just a few random ones, and the huge one for 24th and everything else candy she likes?
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>>586148
I was thinking of maybe doing something like this , but since she is making an advent calendar for me in secret ( she dosen't know I know hahaha) I want to be more creative. Thank you for the advice really
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>>586150
How about making the advent out of a block of wood, where you can glue on KH pictures, and then glue on the sacks or make small boxes and put the gifts in there like that? It can be a normal rectangular block of wood, or you can even shape it a bit, if you are good with the saw. Or if you are good in drawing, you can draw on it KH stuff etc.
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>>586156
Oh that is a good idea , thanks

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kinda excited to find a fox outlay to try!!
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>>583033
My little newfag can't possibly be this retarded
>>580047
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I prefer this fox over the fancy one. The fancy fox needs much maintenance to look nice while this one never lose it's shape, simple and effective.
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Very cute !!!! <3
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>>583046
Not OP, but thank you

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Does anyone here know of any origami/papercraft representing a rift scuttler from LoL? I love these little buggers and wanna have one on my desk.

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I'm making a swarm of origami frogs. I know it's easy to do and not complicated but I only have shitty printer paper on hand as I am at work. Feel free to name my 20th and latest addition to the collection. Nothing inappropriate, please
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Try folding John Montroll's frog design in Animal Origami For The Enthusiast. It's relatively simple!
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OHHH FROGY TIME
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>>583437 still better than anything i could do
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>>583437
Impressive
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I have already done the same thing

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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

https://spyro-papercraft.blogspot.com/
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>>584316
It's amazing how the low poly makes for perfect origami models. God I love Spyro.
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Just released another one, this time it's Bianca.

Oddly enough this is probably the hardest model so far, so be sure to fold most of the fold lines and feel free to resize the model if it's too small for you. I've also included optional 2D eyebrows if you want to keep the original size but they are too hard for you (shown on the picture).

Have fun!
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Nice work!
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Now this is a delight. I'll have to look through these models more later, but I could always use a papercraft Spyro for my desk.
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>>585318
She looks awesome. Back to this thread two years on.

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>>585917
awesome, well done to you if you're the guy in the video
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>>585917
this is amazing. thx OP you made my day
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This guy got me started on poll about 2 years ago i found his v6 paper engine and built it. It didn't work so i tried again this time i discovered onlypaper.ru and used google translate to read his forum post then i wandered off and found a comment about 4chan and me who already browsed /fit/ /k/ /rk9/ and /b/ thought woah i can make paper guns. If you want more papercraft youtubers look up Tacoma1942 he does /k/ stuff but some cool /po/ stuff aswell
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Awesome

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I know this board is very dead, but can anyone help me identify this paper? According to the guy's flickr it is "wax paper", but it doesn't resemble the wax paper i have seen before.

(His flickr is origami kongkong, he's been offline for years tho)
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>>584762
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>>584762
candy wrapper
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glassine?
https://www.amazon.com/glassine-paper/s?k=glassine+paper
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>>584762
looks like there's yellow dye/wax on the coin, the paper might be custom colored
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>>584822
lmao that's definitely the reflection

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what do you think about making sculptures out of aluminum foil?
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>>585277
more like vincent blowhimmore
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>>585273
Last year I did a few experiments mixing crumpling and traditional origami on the same sheet of paper. The results were quite interesting, too bad I don't have any pictures to share. I'll probably get back to it in a few weeks, I'll post the pictures on this board.
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>>585270
It's actually not that hard to imagine, it would look like a waterbomb base texture with a lot of bisectors. Robert Lang talks about this in orgami design secrets if I remember correctly.
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>>585273
unorthodox folder, this Floderer
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>>544301
You should try polishing it, OP.

I need to make something that can carry 3 paperclips while going 50 feet. It can be a paper plane or just something that I can throw, the only requirement is that its entirely made of paper. Where should I start?
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>>585896
Box. Sticky note dart. Double. One piece. Meow.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXqCOg_1tQ8
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>>585896
Sounds like someone trying to cheat on their engineering homework.
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>>585896
Can you use mire paper clips. If i were you id get a handful cand the roll a paper tube and put the clips just on one side then put fins on because aero then through like a dart
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>>585896
From what elevation are you throwing it?
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>make origami throwing star
>attach clips near center of mass
>zoomn




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