Any help with some dragons? Origami
Has video tutorials and PDF too. Here is my butchered attempt at baby dragon
Post your Cranes
I made this guy over a year and haven't done any papercraft since. Gimme some links to some more gundams to make, preferably in a normal scale.
Starting the Battlecraft thread again.
are you Dudes Still around?
Especialy Pik-Acht and GG
Still here, still not enough time to build all the models I want.
has anyone read this book or is super into the math behind folding? what level of math and other general knowledge would I need to engage with this text at a reasonable level?
i have the pdf of this book, i was interested by the fold and cut theorem. It turned out it's not the kind of math i like. But different people like different math so...
Anyway the book is pretty big and there is many more stuff than the fold and cut theorem. You should download it and see if you're able to read it.
Nevermind, I found it! 11mb though, so too big to upload. For anyone who can't find it, look on libgen.
As for the amount of math needed to read this comfortably, a second year math major would be able to do so. Notably just being comfortable with the notation and being able to read a textbook. But you can certainly read this at a highschool level given that you are okay with reading google and wikipedia for notational questions.
Start reading it and if you have any questions, ask about them here and I will be around to answer.
papercraft toy props go go go!
I'm currently compiling a collection of papercraft consoles, all at 1/12 scale, onto a single sheet of paper. Will post the page when it's done.
Anybody has a layout for a horse head like this one? My GF came up with it, and it would be a nice last minute craft to her
10 videos demonstrating working paper engines, including single cylinder, straight 4, v6, v8 rotary and sterling.
Ey /po/, one of the new Pokemon from Pokemon Sun and Moon version is Kartana. It looks like this. Can you make it in real life with origami, and if so, how?
It's possible, but you'd need a rather large square and there would be quite a bit of paper wasted on the premise that this thing has too many long limb like flaps.
Either that, or you make it from several sheets.
japanese kanji = paper