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Sup /po/, enjoying the Risk of Rain 2 release? Does anyone know what kind of shape Purity is, or have a guide to make one?
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I do. It’s a great stellated dodecahedron, a Kepler-Poinsot solid.
The units are similar to sonobe modules, folded from a 2:1 rectangle. I’ll try finding the diagrams I used.
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nice

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I'm feeling a little board and I've got a stack of notecards on my desk. What can I do with them?
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once I used to do a lot was vampire teeth. otherwise modular origami would work great with a notecard's small size and rough composition. specially great, since notecards usually come numerous
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A sponge can use a lot of cards:
http://www.cabinetmagazine.org/issues/24/wertheim.php

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Hey first time poster here! I was wondering if anyone has any favorite ways to wrap their flowers? I am a new fan of a thight double wrap of the bouquet since it looks very fashionable. Anyone with inspiration or picture of their favorite variants? Peace and blessing upon you all.
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Wrap that baby.

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Asked this bolivia guy Gregory figured part. He said 1 square no cuts then blocked me! What a F N A H O L E
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Asked how he figured part. Said 1 square no cuts then BLOCKED ME.. facebook dot com slash gregory.aduviricallisaya.3
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Nyone??
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>>585869
Looks like wet folding to me, gives you more 3 dimensional flexibility but also brings origami closer to sculpting and not just pure maths.

Where one can unfold "regular" origami back into a flat sheet wet folding does change the shape of the paper a lot more and stretches some of it so it accepts the new shape.

Something like this for example: https://www.demilked.com/magazine/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/wet-folding-origami-animals-hoang-tien-quyet-vietnam-4.jpg
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>>585910
This.
Looks more paper mache than origami.

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Hi, people, anyone have this mask template or a similar one?
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Enjoy!

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I need to replace my current AIO (Epson XP-241, which has been a total waste of money). Looking for suggestions of reliable and economical printer/scanners, able to handle cardstock, as I'm interested in geting into papercraft.
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If the sheets that you're printing on aren't too big, your most economical resource would probably be a local printer. After buying a printer/scanner, ink, and paper, you'll be out so much more than just paying for someone else to do it. There might also be online resources to do it for cheaper
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>>585459
Thank you for the suggestion. The nearest print shop is a bit of a distance away, so I would prefer to have my own printer on my desk.

Hi /po/, first time visitor here, does anyone know a good source for buildings like pic related that I can use for 28- 32mm scale model miniatures?
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>>579049
In general or are you looking for specific
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>>579049
Have you tried /tg/?
There's a couple of papercraft troves in Da Curated Archive. Look at the share thread for more details
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I tried making but it seems it doesn't accord the scale...
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this is awesome
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>>579049
Found this site on the halloween thread, has some amazing buildings, not sure if it fits what you want, but its really fucking good
http://ravensblight.com/papertoys.html

I've been trying to find files for this papercraft for about 2 years now.

The only links I found was a DA Stash link and the original download, both of with are dead, and it's not been archived in the WaybackMachine.

The link is the original download site if it is of help.

Download Site: http://papermau.blogspot.com/2012/08/dissidias-sephiroth-paper-doll-chibi.html

Thank you to anyone who tries to help, I won't give up hope!!
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>>582625
Of course :) hopefully someone still has a file of it or can find a link for it
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God bless you!

https://files.catbox.moe/n854w3.rar

I also have a few others. Just say if you want more info.

Have a blessed week!
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https://files.catbox.moe/whskqp.pdo

God bless you!

I hope you see these.
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bump
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>>582165
Why would you craft a paper?

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Just found out about this, this guy here was able to enlarge the papercraft pieces of a Lamborghini to make an almost life-sized model. Something to consider if you want a bigger scale model of something else too that you want to build, has anyone else here also tried using a projector this way?
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>>582106
Rolls of 3' x 15' brown kraft paper are available at my favorite dollar store.
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>>584395
One like this.
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>>584148
unholy things would be done to that....
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>>584400
With all the work it would take to make it, it wouldn't be worth it.
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>>582106
Maybe it's obvious, but I want to point out that enlarging like this will require the projector to be placed so the light hits the wall perpendicular (90 deg.) to avoid distortion. Or, I think some LCD projectors have keystone distortion correction, that could work too.

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im new to papercraft and origami, im not sure how you connect pieces from a model like this. can anyone help? thanks frens.
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Like this
https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=KkdaUfagxgw
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>>585407
the kind of super glue that comes with the built in applicator brush in the lid might be helpful for getting started.

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Please, anyone have this template or a similar one?

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I'm interesting in trying to make one of the uhu02 models from 2001: A Space Odyssey

It seems like this guy removes the pdfs from his site after a little while or something? Anyone got these guys around or know where to get them?
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Do you guys make these from scratch or are they kitsets?
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probably due to limitation with the blog service uhu02 uses.
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>>584406
from scratch
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>>576112
wow
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HI everyone) Do you have anything new from him?

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Someone have it?
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>>584489
what? the program?
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>>584510
Clearly not the program, but the papercraft pattern of the Lineage character.

It's still on the original Russian site you have downloaded the picture from, and you can still buy it for 10 dollars... So, if you don't want to pay the creators 10 measly bucks for the pattern, you clearly don't deserve it as well. Good luck for nothing. Go buy it.
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>>584489
buybuybuybuy

also look for laham he s a very good papercrafter too
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>>584489
Goat

Origami foxes - a beautiful way to pass the time.
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My favourite must be the one by hideo komatsu !
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>>584892
Sorry for my phone being stupid
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i agree with OP, foxes are cute
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>>585803
I tried ops fox but i can't get the ears to work so i tried yours

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Anyboy willing to share the papercraft of this designer:

https://www.patreon.com/pepasweet/posts

Now before anybody start arguing with me, since I won't reply to stupid posts, NO, I do not have money to buy the premium thing myself, as "unbelievable" as you may think it sounds. I would maybe suggest for those who want, that we could split the cost for 1 month subscrition and share all the premium files on here. So, if there were 4 of us, we could only play 5 dollars each. Anybody interested in sharing them or sharing the premium membership for 1 month?
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>>585794
>Louche-TheVirgin
Any way you would trade this file for anything else? I don't have what you are searching for, but I do have a LOT of premium ones to trade, and I mean A LOT. +10 year old papercrafts nowhere on the internet and such. And interest in anything particular? I would post in on here so others can download it as well, and you can post it on here as well. Think that would be fair for all reading anyway. Tell me if you are interested or not.
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>>585820
There is a reason this site doesn't work as well as it should. It is a simple matter of perspective. Most come asking for hard to find (although most are easy to find) models, but have nothing to offer. And that is fine... but when someone asks for a model and has something to offer. An incentive, that person is the bad guy. Very strange. I see that mentality with the millennials in the world wanting to change their countries Communist. Give me free shit because I am entitled and I give nothing back. Because I draw breath, you owe me. Weird way to think. Once everybody puts their empty hands out, there will be no free shit to get. Everyone will be asking and no one will be producing and their won't be shit to give.

Got somewhere else to go to get all I have to offer, great go, and come back here and share... like everyone is preaching and ranting like a lunatic about. If someone has the model I requested, or can easily get it, do you think they are going to share it in a thread that has unnecessarily turned into this. Who is the real troll here, really?
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>>585829
>>585829 #
Problem is, what you are suggesting is exactly what the uproar is about. I am requesting a model and in a show of appreciation will post desired models (plural) that I have. Absolutely no violation of the rules as >>585821 # has suggested... But I'm supposed to post all I have, request nothing, then bugger off, ha! You have the right and fair perspective. A perspective that would, if shared would make this board blossom. But no, if I posted requests for anything else it would just degenerate further. Furthermore, again, no offense but at 10 gig, I doubt you have anything I don't. I buy and scan a lot and have models from designers that have not been shared outside of 3 or 4 people. I am finishing up on Youlingke's collection, which is over 50 models. So, thanks, but no, I made my offer and it has been rejected. Nothing ventured, nothing gained. No harm, no foul. I ain't mad, just don't understand why everyone else is.
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>>585832
I got probably a over 500GB map of papercrafts, I am sure I got way more than you XXD no offense really, that's why I didn't say anything specific because I got so many. Maybe the more interesting, which I know none of you have, are all of Sabi996 papercrafts that he didn't share anywhere, and I have all of S.V. papercrafts that he is not sharing anymore. Just as a tease I guess. I could share these (by asking Sabi's permission, because I'm not an ass), and I am sure he will allow me to share at least 1 or 2 of his crafts :) I don't care what the 1% of sour people on here want to do or not, the admin will block them anyway, or just ignore them. People like that are eager to get attention, that's all I guess. So just don't give it and converse with more cultured people on here ;)
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>>585834
I have about 500 gb as well, if you include those I haven't scanned yet. I'll admit I don't have all of Sabi's stuff, particularly his Poison Ivy & Harley Quinn. I have all of S.V.'s with the exception of the stuff that had to be got via email after meeting specific prerequisites. Sounds like we both have stuff the other doesn't, still apprehensive... but a bit intrigued.




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