Lets have a papercraft designing thread.
ITT discuss what things you've made, methods of designing papercraft and programs, stuff you wish would be made, etc.
I've only made simplistic papercraft for D&D miniatures so far, more 2.5D than traditional papercraft. My process is mostly piggybacking off of Eddnic's designs for the shapes needed for people and some animals and taking images from google to create custom minis using GIMP. Was trying to teach myself to use metasequoia last year but got distracted with work and since then feel like it would just be better to learn Blender. Has anyone had success with importing Blender models into Pepakura without destroying the model by reducing poly counts?
I'm interesting in seeing /po/'s best work.
because the last one got toxic
I'm getting into model design but can't find a good way to graph 22.5 degree angles without a protractor. How do you guys do it?
Does this help at all? This is my first time coming to this board for fun so I have no idea what's going on.
First person to suggest a med-intermediate origami model and provide instructions will decide what I fold.
Hi there, friends of /po/!
Does anybody know, where I get the template for pic related?
that is the homepage of the guy.
here his youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-t3cqLWoTg
template, because I am cool like that
4chan has an origami board?
im in heaven
I love folding and designing different animals, mainly birds. been folding since I was six in 2008
Hello, This may or may not be too relevant about paper but I don't know where to ask. Why do everybody tells me to "Go back to /po/" when I remind them of basic biology?
This is a mashup of Jim Bowens (Newobmij) Flipit & Miniature Dungeon Adventures with a grim dark theme.
All pdfs can be found at https://mega.nz/#F!g4xkDILJ!lbICqt6d2h4pu-Dw26MSBw
Originally I made the chibis just to amuse myself. Jim + OgnennyAngel + some other folks have since added LOADS more. So now we have quite a good collection. But there's still plenty of models missing... (hint hint). Id not done much on these chibis for quite a while but recently got the itch again so after adding some "Nu Marines" Ive updated/tidied the mega folder.
yo, dudes, dudets, and or non-binary /po/ frens.
i was wondering if anyone had some kusudama instructions lying around,
thank very much.
Man. I love kusudamas. I usually follow youtube vídeos for it.
I use printear gift wrapping paper as it's the easiest way I can obtain single sided paper on my country, and most kusudamas rely on the diferent colored faces.
I usually give them away as little gifts to people, everyone loves them, as they are so simple yet so elegant to display, but I think I have some pictures somewhere.
I'll post them if I find any.
Pic is one of my favourite models. Super easy to fold, but a bitch to put together. Impresive result.
I bought a book from Ekaterina Lukasheva. Its got 29 different models that can also be constructed from 30 pieces or 12 pieces, making a cube.
The paper I use is just some russian art collection book that cost 0,50 euros from the library. Its got a few hundred pages so it will last me a while to use the whole book.
Also considering on buying small led lamps from ebay or something and gluing them inside the paper balls. Will also possibly start selling them.