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Someone has the book "PAPER & FORM - ORIGAMI FOR EXPERIENCED FOLDERS
ZSEBE JÓZSEF
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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
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Holy shit this thread is 4 years old what the fuck
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Only 4 years old? Weak!

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for modular construction of polyhedra
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>>568307
bumo
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>>568307
I can't be the only one who's too dumb to understand origami instructions, I always end up with a wad of paper that looks like a used tissue.
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>>594442
I mean, the instructions posted in the OP are extremely--and I mean EXTREMELY--simple. The only hard part in using this module is the construction, not the folding.
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>>587128
My soul hurts
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>>591377
Cute!

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Do any of you have a working link to this spider-man bust? I want to build it for my son but every website I go to links me back to the original creator's blog which is no longer online. Looking for this original red and blue format. Thanks in advanced
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Nvm think I found it last night. Will try to download file and see later.

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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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>>588910
Snaai!
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>>588910
Looks great anon! I wish I had thinner paper, I really want to make it look nice, especially the shell :( also mine is a bit big cause I used a3 sized paper to compensate for the thickness of printer paper lol
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Go on Flickr.com and search crease patterns nothing on Flickr is easy
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>>558268
Thanks fren! Just getting started with origami and this looks like a nice place to start.
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>>598031
Same anon here: Fuck, this is 3 years old. Thanks anyways

It's poorly made, but it's my first papercraft.
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This looks so cute anon, good job!
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hey anon! would it possible to post the file, i wanna make this too :)
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>>595166
It's good works even though I don't like cut out models at least it's sharp and suitable for display
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it’s really really cute!! great job anon! does he have a name?
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We need the pdf, looks very cute and funny XD

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I remember some anon was looking for the Metal gear files some time ago
Have fun
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>>597718
And don't forget that there are two models in that kit - an early version of the Shagohod is also included!
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>>598019
aways thought it was a papercraft modification cause it would be a fucking PAIN to make the drill
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>>597718
>>598016
Just curious, what are you gonna do with it ? Enlarge, print with color the assemble ? Would you please say something about your printer like brand and model ?
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>>598021
Sorry, typo. I mean
Enlarge, print with color then assemble ?
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>>598022
no need, they come in a pretty good size already

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Share yours!

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>>552867
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Made a cyber dragon
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>>589705
good job

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Anyone got this model?
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Want!
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SAME. i found it for sale as a model but don't know if it is worth it
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>>597143
BUY IT

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In remembrance of the last paper planes thread, which just so happened to be one of the oldest boards on 4chan that passed away quite recently, this thread will serve as its successor. Hopefully this thread won't be prematurely bumped into oblivion like the last one did.

Anyways, this thread could serve as a sort of "Paper Planes General". Feel free to post your designs, .pdf files, and folding instructions. Anything goes as long as it flies or at least looks like its supposed to.
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>>597307
Sorry, I can’t do a thing about pictures displaying the wrong orientation.
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>>597308
I can’t change the orientation if it’s already portrait.
Anyway, this is step 14-16 completed.
I accidentally ripped a bit of the squash on the right wing, but iirc it shouldn’t matter.
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>>597309
And the finished plane.
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Just finished making the Phoenix.
If course I’m doing it out of copy paper so it doesn’t fly work a damn cause it’s too heavy. But it’s pretty.
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>>597312
pretty cool anon

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hi /po/

does anyone have the scans for

http://home.att.ne.jp/wood/lunatica/index.html

there were some from the archive back from 2014 but the link died

also are there any more who did touhou papercraft stuff other than ssa and lily?
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>>597343
dont worry about it broe, youre right.
i think you did pretty good for a beginner (i dont do papercrraft)
it looks like the issue is in the sciisors u use,ones without a pointy tip will make it difficult to cut clean straight lines.
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>>597693
"I don't do papercraft". So, how come you know he did good if you don't do it and you don't know how the average boxy craft can look like and that it's super easy to do, huh? Kinda unlogical if you ask me, along with your fake attempt to be friendly with an idiot that can't cut straight lines with scissors... you're all the same idiots
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>>597710
Not that anon, but arguably cutting a tedious amount of long straight lines with scissors is more troublesome than something cutting something intricate with a pen knife. Using scissors a lot can make the thumbs ache quite quicky.

On that note I suggest people use a pen knife for cutting around the flaps, and scissors for just getting the job done around the long obvious edges.
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>>597723
Been doing papercrafts for years now, hate exact knives as hell. I do all of it with scissors only (even the attached holes you got to cut out from the inside, etc.). Depends how much skill you have and what you prefer. Knives and blades are for people that have really steady small hands and that cut out stuff very slowly. I can cut everything I want to a milimeter with scissors, of course not the stupid kid round ones, but actually scissors for adult people that are sharp and a big bigger. Gets everything done + I can cut out everything super fast and precise. Let people do papercrafts with things they like and prefer. Not all tools are for everybody.
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>>595634
Thanks bro

Anybody got the new papercraft of the Hong Kong designer Pepasweet? I know it's displayed on her Etsy shop, but I got no spare cash this month to buy it, so I'm asking if anybody is willing to trade it with anything and I post it on here?
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>>595698
I usually always buy 5 to 20 kits at a time and I don't use Shopee.

>>595700
Not really, just saying that, like all of these 'hard to get' models, they are a dime a dozen if you know where to look and can navigate the shops and brokers you sometimes need to use. Again irrelevant, as I might trade, if my questions were answered and the answers interest me... I don't trade with just anyone & all this hem-hawing is giving me reservations.
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>>595703
It's not that they're hard to find; its that they're expensive when the shop doesn't ship to your country. Most people have more important things to buy.
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>>595692
Prob this you blind mole:

facebook._com/pepasweet/photos/314530832032892

Besides, Pepasweets crafts are crap. Most parts don't even stick together, so they fall off all the time and move around and are wanky AF. Some don't even have space where you can glue the feet on the body etc, it's pure crap. Made some of hers and I hate the way they are only sticking together in 1, 2 places, or not even that. Once it falls down, all the parts get loose again and you have to put them back in place AGAIN. It's like a nightmare. That woman really doesn't know how to make them in a nice way. And the flaps are totally unlogically placed for cutting. Not saying anything about the textures, because those are crisp AF, but the build itself, horrorshow
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>>595683
Can i have rem and ram pretty please (っ´▽`)っ
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>>595588
This one is really cool.

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This one took a while to finish... But the parts and instructions are on my papercraft webpage now for free: https://ninjatoes.wordpress.com/

Have fun papercrafting!
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>>593224
Thanks.

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Made this Fiona long ago, not 100 perfect but it's buildable!

http://hurirk.net/-89918KSJG/1QbCe?rndad=3005020102-1627064094
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>>596204
Looks really nice.

Anyone has these archived? There were a couple very detailed bike models there, I remember trying to build one about a decade ago but gave up due to lack of skill. Wanted to try myself again.
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>>595888
I can't read the text, but maybe it can help

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ru5zNUb_VJqxG5TVOfIlnbiWY7CvzYGK
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Wayback machine might still have them. That's where I got what I wanted
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Yes, Wayback machine has them...
That's the link to Yamaha Papercraft:
>>595888
Have fun!
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http://www.papercraftsquare.com/topics/yamaha-papercrafts-topic

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papercraft animal thread
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awful thread, wasted trips
consider suicide
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>>595333
Nice. How did you make the graphics? Im new to this board, genuinely curious.
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>>595333
This is origami, not papercraft.
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>>597838
cry and seethe




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