Is card-castling a thing on /po/?
I never see any
Just give it a try and build some of this shit for once
/po/, please name my structural monstrosity
A while ago I got bored and tried fiddling with paper to make an origami puppet of a girl in a kimono. Needless to say, since I don't frequent /po/ (or /pol/ ) often, it went to shit and I threw it away.
I found a pic recently of a craft that looks way better than what I tried to make. You guys know how to make it? Can you also give me instructions?
And just in case that first pic doesn't work, instructions for one that looks like these would also be appreciated...
Not exactly the same as the photos, but the closest I know:
http://www.geocities.jp/yumeko_2006092001/sioriningyou (in Japanese)
http://anesamaningyou.blogspot.com/2011/05/instrucciones-munecas-numero-05.html (in Spanish)
http://washi-ningyo.blogspot.com/2013/07/japanese-paper-doll-long-sleeve-kimono.html (from an English version of the Spanish blog above, both blogs have more paper doll patterns)
Do you guys have this by any chance?
My third world country does not admit PayPal.
Anybody know how to make this? IMO It looks way better than the common crane pattern everybody uses.
What printers do you guys use? Trying to decide on a new one for printing color, just not sure what's good
Got a few pdfs taking up space
I was wondering if you were any good at reverse engineering origami?
There is a wallet called the shosa short 2 and the entire thing is made out of a single sheet of folded leather with a single bolt holding part of it together.
I found out where the bolt is, and i believe i have most of the wallet mapped out until the coin pocket. The coin pocket is driving me mad
I cant figure out how they did it. Ill upload pictures of how i think the wallet is mapped when i get home.
And if you want to know, the bolt is located the end of the leather piece that wraps over the coin pocket.
tl;dr: How to reverse engineer a origami leather wallet.
>How to reverse engineer a origami leather wallet.
Buy one, take pictures for each step while unfolding it, then use your pictures in reverse order to refold it and fold many others too.
Does anyone have any templates or plans for pretty paper-cut lanterns? I'll post some examples. I'd like to add my own stencils/images to them, but I have no basic plan of how they go together...
Want to get into origami. where do I start?
Any one do much with lasers for paper crafting? Pic related. It's my laser I use for lots of stuff including paper cutting. Anyone else?
I was interested in getting a laser cutter for papercraft. I am a little amazed that it can cut in just the right depth for fold lines. Can this laser do other material too?
I bought a Silhouette Cameo for papercraft instead. Does a great job, saves so much time its incredible.