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Hi,
Where can I find this model ?
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>>586665
>Where can I find this model ?
Where did you find this model ?
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https://www.giladorigami.com/origami-database/deer
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>>586665
Good question, I couldn't find it with Google search either. It's definitely not in giladorigami.

Someone has the book "PAPER & FORM - ORIGAMI FOR EXPERIENCED FOLDERS
ZSEBE JÓZSEF
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1000 FUCKING DAYS HOLY SHIT.
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>>584126
And only 22 replies
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>>580897
You dummie, how can it be a hungarian name if Hungary doesn't exist?
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>>585367
t. romanian scum.
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>>585367
>Hungary doesn't exist
Since when?

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Hi, people, anyone have this mask template or a similar one?
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Enjoy!
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>>585912
Why does it wear the mask?
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Can anyone share Beth Johnson's origami fish?
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>>588931
Thanks! I feel like I might have bitten off more than I can chew with this one, but I'm slowly figuring it out
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>>586301
I've been having huge amounts of trouble visualizing the fold in images 2-5, so I made a little guide. It really helped me, maybe it'll be of some use to you as well.
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>>589008
I notice that all your creases are (kinda soft) valleys, which can be hard to see. When folding any tessellation it can help to make all your grid creases flexible from the start. Also, if you happen to have any of that shiny crappy paper that cracks when you fold it (sometimes comes in cheap kits), save it. It's good for making models when you need to see the creases and it's good for zoom teaching.
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>>589012
Good advice!

I should've used the mountain-side of of my 10x10 grid to work with. Not sure why I didn't. Flipping my paper over, I can already see it stand out more... and creases are extra weak because this is just basic 22lb printer paper. I didn't want to waste good (or even mediocre) paper until I had a good grasp on the process.
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>>589013
I suggest using plain old kami for your first attempt. I could be wrong, but I'm thinking that the thicker printer paper will be tough to make this model from, especially if it's small paper. But since you've already started and may not want to refold your 10x10 grid and aren't too far along, I would backtrack and recrease your 10x10 grid very firmly with the back of your thumbnail as flexible creases.

Started this because I couldn't post it in OP Thread, and it looks like it could be getting close to post limit, idk...

>>588703
That is awesome!... The must have models from Youlingke imo, are Yae Sakura, Mandarin Dress Ver from Honkai Impact 3rd and Megumi Kato, Swimsuit Ver from Saenai Heroine No Sodatekata.
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>>588725
This is a japanese designer I know from Twitter. Never releases the crafts, only does them for him/herself, so forget it. You won't get anything out of there.
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>>588727
???
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?spm=a1z10.1-c.w4004-13295798334.2.5c443263J39K0G&id=632908281081
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>>588727
>Japanese
You mean Chinese
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>>588724
Not yet, of either, if I had scans I would post.
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You've all probably already seen this one but just in case.

https://mega.nz/file/mip03brQ#hS46ph8qJIHFthoJEQddot3NsgG5WuyD3MLDaoQQWcA

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Hey /po/, anyone paid the registration for these live origami workshops yet? I'm tempted to since idk if the video files will end up on here eventually, but the issue is you can't just pay for the workshops you want. It doesn't help that the lineup is 70% crap.

link for more context: https://www.origami-shop.com/en/registration-origami-world-marathon-august-2223-2020-xml-665_2576_663-11874.html
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I was hoping if somebody could share photodiagrams of Hagiwara's snail or Fabian Correa's deer
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I made a post with it, but I don't see it on the board, so I'll leave them here. Got them from a friend on IG
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>>585939
They must be a great friend
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>>585939
Thank you. This is very generous.
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>>585939
Thanks for the videos dude.

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i have been into origami for a while now and i feel like i can't find any challenging origami. Anyone have any REALLY challenging origami instructions? Found some cool pictures but i cant find the instructions.
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>>562697
Did you learn already how to read them?
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>>580869
F
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>>558164
I'll try doing this one thanks
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>>568111
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHvaZEY9JLU
better video, without the random speedups. it's in russian though, but I assume everyone here is fluent in russian
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I love this little guy

Can u help me? I'm looking for Jindrax's helmet, i want to make a plastic or 3D model
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i dont know what to tell you

Looking for this Paper totem by Harlancore
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Here ya go!

Enjoy!
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in 2009 there was a blog called http://krauzer.blogspot.com/, in which there were gurren lagann models, the problem is that apparently it was only made for a number of people who seem to be the only ones who have them at their I only find a couple of photos and nothing else, I would like to know if there is someone who has more information about this
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all models were freely available, this "by invite" is a recent development.

models can be found in big papercraft collections listed here on /po for download - or you can ask for specific ones you're interested in.
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bump
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>>586556
You don't need to bump anything here. We already said what had to be said. Just learn to use Google search and you can find all there is. Here is the site that has most gurren papercrafts:

paperzonevn.com/search/12140/?q=gurren&o=date

If there is anything else, google it specifically. The site only had 2-3 papercrafts on there at most, if they are not in the link or in google search, there is a 95% probabillity that it is nowhere to be found anymore. Now stop bumping this usless post.
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>>586558
It is definitely useless, I was trying to recover them from the Wayback Back Machine but it seems that no user has thought of saving the download link.
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>>585719
It's no use if only this is found.

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Halloween is coming up pretty soon. Anyone have a template for this skull or something similar? I'd like to make it into a mask, if possible.
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5/6
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You're welcome.
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>>585925
Not OP but just want to say thank-you!
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>>585310
Thanks man
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>>585925
I GOTTA GGG GEE GEEET OF HERE!!!

I want to make a an origami Mi 24 Hind but don’t know how to and I can’t find any guides online. Can I get any help or should I just do simpler stuff?
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>>586010
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>>586015
Thank you, but I was disappointed there’s no guide making more specific helicopters
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>>586010
https://dfiles.eu/files/9gv0ak7ro
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>>587360
THANK YOU SO MUCH!
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Afghan...Afghan Afghan, Afghan, Afghanistan.

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hi /po/ i'm in a long distance relationship and i want to make some simple origami flowers for my gf, im a beginner so simpler patterns are appreciated, please, pretty please
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>>587122

I think that's more of a personal taste about which kind of flowers would be nice to fold and give/show as a gift. I personally Think roses are the best, I'll post some cool ones that have tutorial on youtube, some are harder to make, some easier, my diagram collection is a bit of a mess right now, but if I find some cool there I'll post here as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAHQ54Hz8Fk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyBsWAMSoNs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyEGUmvpsks

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D65xc1NGiPU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSesWQ-51ZM

Happy folding
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>long distant relationship
I'm sorry in advanced anon but we create our own hell
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>>587130
this
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>>587122
this site is for social outcasts, my dearest friend. reddit is the other way.

i wouldn't begin with flowers anyway if you're a beginner.

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post hawt papercrafts
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>>587225
Anyone folding the succabus this may help. this is what it looks like at the end of step 18. Its a lot of folds at once and I don't feel like doing it again to highlight the creases
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My 2 attempt at the mermaid. This one used 12in sandwich kami.
A layer of green kami, aluminum foil, and tan tissue paper.
She came out pretty good I think.
The slight sheen of the aluminum give her skin tone a nice sparkle.
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8th attempt at succabus on 25x25 cm

just ordered some 40x40 and 50x50 kraft paper that should be here within a month so hopefully ill have a much cleaner model soon
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>>587601
Good to know what to expect the first time.
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>>587601
Finally

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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>>583173
Here is the template. This was pretty easy to make using a topo map of the mountain and Inkscape to convert the lines to paths. I had to take some liberties while cutting it out because some sections were so thin.
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>>559609
>How is it for a first?
Pretty gud.
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What type of paper tends to be used in these?
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>>584361
Heavier paper is definitely better. It's not like origami where you will have to fold multiple layers of paper. The entire piece is a single layer and must be stiff enough to hold its shape.

The text in the image is translated from this book: >>547165

You can see the difference between printer paper and cardstock here:
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>>561156
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>>547093
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