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I've been working on making realistic aircraft with proper airfoils and control surfaces. This is my most recent and second favorite.
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Looks cool man

British Origami society model collection y spring 1982
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you need to be more specific
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>>579808
https://colortreelimited.co.uk/product/1982-model-collection-spring-ebook-copy/
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same difference lol but it was the other one anyways i was saying birts the word just use the map.
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same difference but its not what i wanted so no. go way
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>>578948
>British Origami society model collection y spring 1982
Try https://www.oriwiki.com/showcreator.php?PersonID=45244

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Memorial Stele of the Zinzendorfia road (Triest, FTT).

The Stele was made in 1780, under the Austrian Empire by the governor Karl von Zinzendorf.

Download: http://www.guidots.com/paper/dc/download.php?id=130
Model page: http://www.guidots.com/paper/imagepages/image1.html
Home: http://www.guidots.com/paper/

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Hello, someone has me some template to make a dragon like this. Or some tutorial or something.
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>>583479
Google it. Satoshi Kamiya's dragon.
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Yep, you can find the diagrams on the internet, use a large paper
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>>583479
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uglBpJ2kk78
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Lol, I doubt anyone who hasn't heard of Satoshi Kamiya would be able of folding this dragon. But good luck.

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I need to make this for someone and I can't find any pdo for free, I don't necessarily need this one in particular but I need a rhino head similar to this
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https://www.instructables.com/id/Create-faceted-paper-objects/
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>>583305
dude, can i ask you how do you make that kind of structure strong? what materials do you use to make it rigid and it dont break?

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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someone to change low poly animal mask? i have some for chance.

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Guys i need help.
This is a papercraft mask, i cant found the pdf for free, can somebody help me?
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Part 5 last one
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lets try this again
https://mega nz/file/PopD 1KwQ#crX
ZYfO2kxtVXobiDR QIjLJ330 Or12HOgl5ioHjnfM
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scrub that last link did'nt work, here's the working one
https://mega nz/file/Pop D1KwQ#crXZYfO2kxt VXobiDRQIjLJZ330Or1 2HOgl5ioHjnfM
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>>583347
got a photo of it once built?
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cual es la clave del link ?
thax

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is anyone planning on buying and uploading the pdf they're going to put out?
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>>583455
No, so if you want it, you do it.
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>>583455
>is anyone planning on buying
yea

Hi everyone! I’m looking for this specific paper and I’m about use the last ones left and I need more because I like it a lot, but the problem is that I dont remember the name, but I recall seeing it in the past so I dont think is that “rare”. It’s kind of a “hard” paper, which means that this doesn’t bend that much. Please let me know if anyone knows the name of the paper, it would be very helpful.
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>>583451
Is it "Elephant Hide" by any chance?

Hey guys, I know it's a long shot, but I figured this would be as good a place to ask as any. About 10 years ago I had download a bunch of these Advance Wars-eque Japanese SD tanks. They were called The Cat Army or something. I can't find the old patterns and sadly it seems like all the original links are now dead. Does anyone have these to share? I figured they'd make a great quarantine project to introduce my 5 year old to papercraft. Or is there an archive of old papercraft you can point me too? Thnx in advance.
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Thanks for the link, I agree these are fantastic little designs.
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I feel like working on a little 3d project so I'm thinking making a paper model with this style
Anyone might have any requests?
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>>583257
Why is it not using caterpillar tracks?
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I'm retarded. How do I download the models from here >>583264 ?
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>>583416
>>583416
Click on the model you want. you should see a link underlined with the word zip and the filesize beside it. Ex: (zip圧縮 86kb)

it also helps if you translate the page into english.

Hope this helps!!!

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I have been doing origami for a couple years know, the most complex model I have done is most likely Jo Nakashima's dragon. Any good points to go off of from here?
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>>583422
No clue what you're into anon. There's so much good origami of different styles, you just have to find what you like.

If you want to build up your folding skills, go look for a PDF of Jun Maekawa's "Genuine Origami." If you can fold the hardest model in that book you can fold a lot of stuff from diagrams.

Satoshi Kamiya's models are often recommended, for a good reason, they look great and they're good fun to fold. It's a strong starting point too, harder than Maekawa's book. Since they're well known models there are video tuts on youtube you can use to help you out.

Does anybody know of a more detailed papercraft of a triceratops skull?

Pic related is great, but big polygons.

Also any more dinosaur skulls would be appreciated
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>>583092
I've done the stark direwolf emblem by the same author (Pic related), his papercrafts are cool.
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>>583094
------ are valley folds and -.-.-.- are mountain folds, right?
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>>583094
This file is incomplete, where can I find page 12?
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>>583386
The file is complete, I simply can't read kek
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>>583116
>his papercrafts
Her.

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how do you read some of the unclear instructions in origami pdf instructions? I just have a hard time understanding what some of the instructions mean. Don't know if I'm just stupid, or others have this same issue.
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Usually when it is unclear it is because it involves a manoeuver in 3D, don't be afraid to open your model, partially or even almost completely. Some folds can't be done if the model is flat. Also, the Crease Patterns are a huge help in these cases.
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>>583256
It may help if you look at the next diagram in the sequence, as this will show the effect of the creases. It looks like a small crimp to swivel a part towards the long "nose".
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And sometimes the diagrams really are bad. Diagramming pet peeves include: too many steps on the same illustration and not showing clearly (especially in the case of a 3D manuver) where something ends up. A dot and a label saying "point A ends up here" on an extra image can be very helpful, as can a properly placed arrow. You can search for videos (try translating the model's name into Japanese or Chinese and searching on foreign sites; the Chinese are not picky about making vids without the creators' permission) and you can take pictures of the point at which you're stuck and ask for help on various forums.

I have a 3D file of this Batman design. Anyone want it to convert it to a papercraft? I am awful at Pepakura.
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bump
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https://www.instructables.com/id/Create-faceted-paper-objects/

There you go.
Also, a hint: there's this thing called Google,it's pretty much free and if you use it you'll find nice stuff in it


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