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Last request got lost in the depths of another post, so maybe someone can help me with this riddle of Hideo Komatsus "Wolf Head".
I can't decipher the diagram into steps and there are no instructions in no database, book, video or else.
Anyone care to help?
Thanks in advance for reading.
...lookin like this when finished.
Firstly it's not a diagram it's a crease pattern .There are videos on YouTube about how to read and understand them . Depending on your level you would automatically say to yourself ; what are the lines I can find and what is difficult to replicate .Before I got a printer this was almost impossible .
My top is to print out a few copies and then cut of the border .Fold the mountain lines that you recognize and could fold easily . Then try and see how to make the difficult lines .
You do this by placing corners to edges or middles . .
Then tick all the easiest lines that you could confidently locate on your origami sheet .
Circle the difficult ones and post it here .
*Rip ( typo)
Thanks a lot for your effort of describing the process!

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Making cardboard armour & weaponry with my 5 year old over her holidays.

Gimme good designs, how tos & templates. The more audacious & "badass" in a kid playing type of way the better. Bonus points for swords that won't fall apart immediately after a few hits, tubes re fun but they have a life of like 5 hits
>just make it fucking spiky as af!
it's everywhere, nu-blizzard, nrs, warhammer. just make the design maximum spiky and it's done. i hate videogames.
get a couple Canary brand cardboard cutters. They look like a knife with serrated edges but they are not sharp. They're not only kid-safe so she can help make stuff too, but they're also really effective for cutting curves in cardboard, easier than sharp blades or scissors.

>swords that won't fall apart
Get better tubes, like shipping tubes from a place that sells packing/shipping supplies, or from a model/hobby store. Or make triangular or square tubes from long pieces folded up.
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I actually have a lot of experience with this. However the designs I made were mostly meant to be protective since we didn't fuck around when we were kids. The key is weaving together strips of duct tape-wrapped cardboard, preferably flat cart board. My brother and I used pizza boxes. Then secure the weave with duct tape lashing. Don't use the whole strip of tape; tear it down the middle for a thinner and thus tighter binding. For weapons, we used wire coat hangers, you can also make weapons out of cardboard. For a basic club, take a sheet of cardboard and role it up as tightly as you can. Then bind it with tape. You can then add a tinfoil-wrapped cardboard axe head to it if you want for style.
Pic rel is some surviving armor I made in my early teens.
Additional notes on the armor in the picture. I made the vest by making a "belt" and then attaching the upright strips for the front and back. I then wove the horizontal strips through the uprights. Finally adding the shoulder straps. The helmet was also done with strips, starting with a single headband and then attaching a ventral band that ran from the back of the head to under the chin. The rest was overlapping arched bands running across the headband.

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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I made something similar for my mom when I was 11, didn't know it was kirigami
There is something so serene about this board. Very Zen. I think I'm going to get I to papercraft because of it.
Same, I might get back into bookbinding and stickermaking because of this board
You god!
Where is this model be found? It's simple but nice looking.

Any comrades on this thread ? Looking for an Origami Journal magazine #17 from 1992 .
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I wasn't the person who posted those directories ,and the link is kaput
You still get a lot. Do you think BOS, OUSA, JOAS and NOA will give you ALL previous magazines and conventions? That's delusional.

This said AEP should really modernize itself and make a digital only subscription available.
That would be good. Plus, NOA should make all the old magazines available.
Their marketing manager doesn't seem to realise theres a demand and that if the books were digitally available they'd most likely accrue multiple sales
If you could repost all the Russian journal cause the link has timed out that would be dope ,

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can someone share the antlion from NOA 337?
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Eso es ridículo.
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Thanks for sharing.

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>Templates are unlocked by playing the game
>"Oh, that means I should get 100% of-"
>Licensed copy is required also, since you need PSN to view templates for some reason
>Google and Yandex don't find anything related to this problem
Can someone post papercraft templates for pic rel?

found this, scroll down past the photos for the templates
thanks, anon
have fun

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what do you think about making sculptures out of aluminum foil?
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we gotta make it to the threads 7th birthday
>Bump limit
Shame, this is the oldest thread I've ever posted in. Shall we shoot for 6 years on this one too?

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I've more to show. Guess I'll post it in the other thread though
OP here, made this thread years ago and still check on it every now and then. Shame about the bump limit, my life has changed a lot since I made this thread.

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I have a bag of sorted cardboard from envelopes and boxes collected over the last year .
Instead of throwing it .I was thinking how to make some fake book covers to make interesting decorative pieces around the place .
Any one have tips and tricks please ?
Take not that I smoke so I could also go up in flames but it's for the art
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Hey I know the overlap between people who like paper modeling stuff and people who like home designs is small, but does anyone else do something similar to this? Design a little home layout in MS paint, print it out, cut it out, and tape/glue it together? It's nice to be able to better visualize home designs than just in my head and it helps me avoid using software. I've made a few of these and just finished this one about ten minutes ago. Seeing everything else here I know it may be a bit sub-par quality, but I'm still happy with how it turned out :)
This is pretty amazing op. I used to do this for a architecture drafting class back in uni but not to this extent. I just used thick illustration board for the walls since I was lazy lol.
no but fuck thats cool
You guys are sweet :) Thanks! You should definitely try it out sometime, it's actually surprisingly easy! And I should definitely try putting tabs on next time, I feel like that would make it so much easier than fiddling with a thin strip of tape and a pair of tweezers.
you might enjoy this


Crossboarding as I'm a long-term fan of papercraft accessories, and have a mega archive of various models, mostly simple stuff, that I'd like to share with /po/ and /toy/, as well as gather up any I'm not aware of that folks wanna share in the thread. I'll be posting various models from the archive to keep the thread alive, starting with the 'rewards' section.
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Does anyone have jojo bizarre adventure papercraft files? I looked in several places and found few.
literally typed in "jojo papercraft" in google, 1 sec, got to image search, clicked the same extact image you have, followed the link, and the files are there. No idea if you are just retarded or don't know how to use google search, in any case, shame on you.
Is that just him printed on a piece of paper lmao
nvm just a weird photo

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Does Origami help getting a gf?
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Newfag here. This board is so fucking slow. Slower than /gd/ even.
Would like to report that I made this for my GF around a year or two ago, she still has it on her wall to this day. Thanks, anon.
You left out that while at the coffee bar or restaurant ,leave the origami rose or gizmo you folded with the person that served you .
Girls like shows of generosity and maturity .
Also try to actually like the person , of she's into anime or games or cosplay .It's not just about having a hot piece of eye candy to hump on
y...yes... that's really pretty

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Does anyone have any of these they could possibly share?
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I agree, you certainly are.
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share these balls
have a dollar origami
Good one loser.
>Good one loser.
Finally, we both agree on something. That you're a big loser.
Do we have any OSN (Origami Sociëteit Nederland) members that would be interested in trading Orison magazines for books or magazines?

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If I want to get into origami, should I look for classes or just start on my own?
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Were all the folding assignments digital?
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i got a degree on fucking your mom in the ass
Actually if they expanded it to include mathematics and nature study it actually could be a viable option for higher education . It doesn't actually matter what your subject are as long as it's in proximity to your career choices .
Employees want to know you have the endurance and stamina to be part of a team for four to five years doing the same old thing .
They know teenage drop outs have an attention span of a gnat . Basically interested in something one week and two weeks later off to something else.

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someone gives me the pdf template of the moai hekreations mask, i give a link in ufile.io to all of my stash.
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bless, I wasnt expecting this many, you dont mind if I share do you?
Why not, he just did, by giving everyone the link.
HELL NAH, share it with even the most shady mfs you find, i want EVERYONE to have all of that templates
Except Rana, whoever the fuck that is

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