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Could anybody share this really old design of Simca from the anime Air Gear? The links shares are all dead :/
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Image search = https://otakoo.at.ua/photo/vozdushnyj_trek/141
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>>593897
https://paperzonevn.com/threads/air-gear-simca.1598/

Hey I've been struggling to find the template for this craft. If anyone knows where I can download or get it that would be amazing . Also looking for any Lego Papercrafts as a bonus so Lego Papercraft thread?

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Hello guys, i got this model from Android Game, can help me to turn It into papercraft?
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>>591668
It's a good effort for someone making a paper model for the first time.
Time for an Asuka model now?
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>>591677
I can try... She looks more simple than ayanami
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Thanks for the model!

You forgot the green things on her body xD
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>>593556
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>>591634
Thanks for your efforts and the share...

Was wondering what your 'nickname', username, or 'handle' is. Since there are so many Rei models out there I like to organize them by designer name on my hard drive. Thanks again.

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BEHOLD, /PO/

AND TREMBLE

MY ONLY ORIGAMI KNOW HOW/THE ONLY ORIGAMI YOU NEED TO KNOW

THE PAPER CUP

CAPABLE OF HOLDING 250ML OF WATER FROM A SINGLE A4 PIECE OF PAPER

PATENT PENDING
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>>592452
Idk but a3 works for pitchers

Damn this board is dead
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>>592201
Yes but how do I make it
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>>592539
just brute force crumple it like that
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>>592425
Waterproof it w a little bit of cum anon ; )
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OKAY SO HERE ARE MUCH REQUESTED INSTRUCTIONS.

BEGIN WITH A SQUARE PAPER. CAN BE MADE FROM ANY OTHER SHAPE PAPER.

FOLD DIAGONALLY IN HALF TO MAKE A TRIANGLE. FOLD THREE QUARTERS OF ONE SIDE THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION, REPEAT WITH OTHER SIDE. FOLD THE TWO FLAPS DOWN EITHER SIDE AND VOILÀ. PATENT PENDING MONGOLS SO DON'T STEAL

POST RESULTS

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Has anyone worked on this castle series? Or any of this line? How difficult is it and what's the quality like?

https://creativepark.canon/en/contents/CNT-0010567/index.html
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>>591900
Ive never done these kind of paper models but the instructions on these look pretty difficult.
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I did the Neuschwanstein one several years ago. If I remember correctly, it was a lot of printing, a lot of parts, but relatively straightforward to build if you're familiar with papercraft and don't rush.

Just remember to write the part names on the back for every part you cut out, and check everything is right before gluing. At least it's cheap to get spare parts (compared to plastic)
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Yeah I have. Bought it brand new from an OP shop for 50c. I'm a brainlet and I can't remember having too much difficultly completing it.

I regret not keeping it, I gave it to my niece to give to her Japanese teacher.
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I made the Himeji castle 10+ years ago. It's a good model. I just thought it was tedious to cut out all the pieces, the fish details on the roof especially.

I don't have much experience with papercraft & didn't have any problems assembling it.

From the Canson site, I made a Japanese bobtail, maneki neko, and the Himeji Castle. I'd recommend any of the models from that site
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>>591900

I remember I did one similar to that from the pic last year, it was a lot of work, I have gave to a friend for his BDay, sadly I've lost the pics on my old phone

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easy to make in masse, and selling them to grandmas in a flee market.
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>>593107
im looking for decorative easy to make. the price could never be higher than 2 bucks, so i should be able to make 6-7 in 1 hour
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Jun Maekawa's penguin
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Just grab anything from origami club, they should be easy to make en masse.
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late af to this but any page separator with desgins can work
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Gimi?

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Anybody got these from younglingke? The thread that was on a few months last time I checked that had his stuff is gone, so I'm posting a new one :/

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Everything you know with the appearance of Origami. Music, movie, literature.
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>>594260
Fantastic Beasts, 2016.
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>>594260
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>>594260
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hVv331iLMXM
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>>594260
Not exactly origami but papercraft
https://vimeo.com/33822223
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>>594882
Nice

Hey /po/, I made a senbazuru for my local hospital because of Covid but now they're saying they won't accept it because "it's a fire hazard". Classic honestly. Any ideas/recommendations to do with it?
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>>593425
Wow, nice work anon. You should find another local bunch that would accept a gift of goodwill like this one.

>>593437
Ironically, a good option since they'd be well-equipped for the fire hazard part.
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>>593425

I want it.
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>>593425
I'd gift it to a local school or do as >>593434 recommended.

My there's a school or summer camp for special needs kids I think they would like that.
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Light it on fire and post the video on youtube, duh
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>>593425
Did you do anything with this already? Hopefully it was not in vain and you gifted it to something local so they would be happy with it? Keep us updated man :D

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How do people come up with their own original folds? I've made quite a few things from tutorials but what thought process do people use to make completely original things?
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>>594905
I'm not sure about origami. But with kirigami it's pretty simple once you understand the basics.

I bet with origami you just start to recognize patterns once you get really good at it.
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Simply put just start with paper airplanes and experiment.

Who cares if you fail and the plane you make doesn't fly. Just fuck around and have fun.
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good advice
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This video mentions a few strategies he applies briefly, using math to come up with new ways to make some intricate origami at about twelve minutes in, but the whole video is worth watching for anyone who likes origami.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThwuT3_AG6w
I don't know how similar this is to traditional methods and he's clearly leaving certain details out, but it's a decent starting point.
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origami design secrets. read it.

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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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>>590355
Great Tutorial.
I used 9cm Paper, cause I couldn't find anything else. Took about a week and was really fun.
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PUES QUE TRABAJO TAN VALIOSO Y HERMOSO, FELICIDADES.
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https://youtu.be/FpPPaJQ-t24

pixel-art Darth Vader
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>>594321

Thank you! I'm glad you could finish it ^^
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>>594321
any one have a nice book for these modular origami?

Someone has the book "PAPER & FORM - ORIGAMI FOR EXPERIENCED FOLDERS
ZSEBE JÓZSEF
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>>594940
Just like people shared dragons premium and new generation 2
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>>594960
Yup, I'm aware of that. People here should just realize that public sharing is pretty much dead, asking for things is useless
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>>594941
Someone will eventually, but probably not today.
I hope we wont wait for too long.
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>>594964
Maybe that will happen soon so I won't be too old to fold.
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>>594965
Lol

Only available in Japan right now... Does anyone have this yet???
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Nice find, thank you!! :)

>>588826
They're exactly the same quality. In the link just "save image as", and you get the same file
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>>588607
What thing is that supose to be?
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>>589211
looks like a pineapple character lol
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Gave it a go haha, this is my attempt with normal A4 paper and a black&white printer.
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there seem to be a lot of lost works, anyone have more?

does anyone else remember lucky stars? those origami stars made by gently tying paper? bc I've never heard anyone else acknowledge them and i think I'm going mad
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>>593161
There's a whole (and old) thread about it >>546816
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I made a jar of them in middle school and occasionally still make them with straw wrappers. It was my first longterm paper project so it brings good memories
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remember making tons of these when I first got into origami. theyre amazing
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>>593161
Love them, they were a huge deal back in the day. never found how to make them.
>>593201
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>>593161
i used to love these back as a kid. they're pretty easy. kinda tedious to cut strips of paper but the colored precut papers are a blessing!

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Any specific brands I should be looking out for when purchasing origami paper or are they all of the same quality?
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>>592961
Also, yes, big difference in all papers. Depending on the thread length and glue used can make or break a piece of paper. Copy paper is ok, but the threads are to short and break easily after being folded too much. On the other hand, paper with too long of fibers can be too soft or fold weird. For example, long fibers and bark in the paper in Thai Unryu (Mulberry Paper), which should be treated with MC or methylcellulose aka, wallpaper glue if you can't find any. You can use tissue paper but that has to be doubled using the MC method. Great for difficult models. Check out happyfolding dot com. She has tons of reviews and info.
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>>592961
Making double tissue is also a possibility. You'll need MC, a cutting knife, a cutting mat, a large glass surface, brushes, a L shaped piece of metal, a tube and tissue paper. It's cheap to make, it's great for complex models.
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I've found AITOH brand paper to be bretty gud
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the cheapest
jej
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more or less
technique will always determine how you shape things
>templets
again
jej
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>>593233
I've been using this brand of paper and they've been pretty fun to fold with. I've folded all of the fundamental, simple models in Jun Maekawa's Genuine Origami and going to start the complex after having gone through Montroll's Teach yourself origami.




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