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Bros I need your love of origami to wingman me.
I'm a 20 y/o kid, never had much experience with dating but I've been close to this girl for a while.
She really loves origami but I had almost no experience with it. I plan to confess to her by making an origami with a hidden cheesy line like "will you be my girlfriend?". But I'm stuck on what kinda origami would work

Currently I'm planning to make a rose like in this vid and thankfully I succeeded, would probably write the message on the back of the paper and have her unfold the whole flower. What do you guys think?

I'm completely open to any suggestions here but if possible I would greatly greatly appreciate any nice flower origami that's not too difficult to make but easy to unfold. Thanks so much guys

I think its cute and a good idea. Go get that girl
I personally think these roses are a little better but your call.
Thanks man I'm really nervous because no one was answering, I tried a bunch of roses including the one you linked and I plan to just make them all and give them to her. Sadly I find that many of them were way too difficult for me.

By the way would it be better if I use bigger paper? I'm currently using 20x20 double sided color.

I´m actually very new to origami too so I can´t help with that too much, but I think that the size they tell you works best because they did choose it for a reason.
Even if the origami is not perfect, I am sure she will appreciate the effort, and probably find the attempts cute. :)
Wonder how it went for anon. I’m not a /po/ native and just wander here from time to time, I love this place, I can’t think of anywhere else where you can see so much passion almost frozen in time but moving slowly, like a glacier. Anyways, hope he sees this and updates us.
why you don't join ? you do not like to bend ? it will be fun :)

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Don't know why the thread was deleted (Maybe by OP) but just in case OP still wants it here is the file.


Hey people I’m in need of a nice origami bee model, diagrams or video tutorials preferred but I’m also not opposed to a crease pattern.
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thanks anon
I shall rescue this thread.
I like bees,they're nice
me too anon

Is paper mache relevant to this board? It IS "paper engineering" of a sort after all.
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why cringe?
lurk this board for ten fucking seconds and you would have your answer you braindead fucking cinder block
Yes it's papercraft. There's been a few such threads in the past. However, unless you have any specific question about paper maché or have some project to demonstrate, do not suggest making a thread for the sake of it.

the dying art of collage. post your best collage.
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the dying thread of the dying art . . .

nice contribution, man
I like the spooky eyes best
you may be the future of collage
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you are kind - but its not mine - its done by an artist who recently did a poster or two for thurston moore. i grabbed a bunch for shitposting on /mu/
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this is a good book if you can find it

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Anyone's got their hands on this?
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would really appreciate it as well
Cool book
I'll see about posting the one book, I know I have it from online, just gotta recall which and where.
Yeah that's it
First result

Can anybody help? I'm stuck on step 46
Step 46 is only opening the top part...
What is your problem? Post a picture of your currently folded model, that should help us help you.
ok so so far
collapses to stand
opens to activate
reaches twice to see properly
then I need a step to make the form conform and focus is corrupted so it needs to be twist or something like how do I make the form go back and this isn't the place anyways

hey po/ does anyone has the book pdf "Animals in Origami by Fumiaki Kawahata" that they can share?
Thank you!
Lemme look real quick, nope sorry.

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nope, only wild animals of the world and imaginary animals and the more modern stuff, sorry, I'd like it if you find it though
what I do have is a bigass pack I shared here a long time ago, about 6gb of books
Lol this fucking board

Ban get

Does anyone make paper flowers?
Want to share your photos or patterns?

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I am Akhundelar! The tip of the spear!

This is the project that I've been doing.

Oh, I'm trying to make proper tutorial videos this time, so that you could make it too. :)
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Job finished!

It's time for editing tutorial video part 3...
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The head without nerve cords
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This project has done.
Thank you so much, OP!

Templates to this?
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Can you provide a link? I have a friend who is a mad fan of Voltron, so i can try to talk him into buying it...
It's known as the "Zoids Voltron" the link to his page with email info is here:


If you get it, let us know.
I stand corrected, the model is $300...which, when you think about it, isn't that bad as it's 5 separate models that combine to make a sixth.
That's a big robot.
you can do that with paper?

British Origami society model collection y spring 1982
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same difference lol but it was the other one anyways i was saying birts the word just use the map.
same difference but its not what i wanted so no. go way
>British Origami society model collection y spring 1982
Try https://www.oriwiki.com/showcreator.php?PersonID=45244

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Made "from" posterboard, Elmer's glue, hot glue, and varnish.
Made "with" a compass, a ruler, a ball point pen, push pins, and scissors.
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WOW this board is cool haha what are you guys up to
You've made corona.
This image is infected.
People actually sell these on amazon/ebay with lighting kits as custom chinese lanterns. You should sell online & make omse money OP
That's a coronavirus, isn't it anon?

Hello, this is paper art arrteuart.
Today, we made a paper puppet show of a lazy cow that became a traditional Korean fairy tale. I hope you enjoy it.
Video Link - https://youtu.be/fLkcpfEGYkc

Easter is just around the corner, and due to the quarantine I've got more time to spare, so if you've got some nice Easter paper models to share, please do so.
I've got a few nice decorations from here:
First time posting here, please don't be mad, thank you and have a good day.
I remember printing the stuff from this site... so nostalgic
>First time posting here
*cough* welcome *cough*

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