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like it! this is a nice work!

like! by ThielThiel, 05 Mar 2012 08:27

Hi everyone,

Here is my blog for collecting papercrafts. is a free papercraft site.Here you can find free papercraft to download, and you can also appreciate many paper arts.

ALEX SCOTTI (guest) 28 Nov 2011 13:30
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Star Wars ep1 Battledroid

Please send me other parts pdo i wanna finish the model complete, im from argentina.
good luck with u other projects.

by ALEX SCOTTI (guest), 28 Nov 2011 13:30

Its never to late to go back and try something again!

Re: Japanese Hat by challengecoinschallengecoins, 17 Nov 2010 10:45
Ken (guest) 22 Oct 2010 02:21
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Star Wars ep1 Battledroid

May I have a copy of the original 3D file?

by Ken (guest), 22 Oct 2010 02:21
Star Wars Battle Droid
DroidPaper (guest) 14 Aug 2010 20:56
in discussion Hidden / Per page discussions » Star Wars ep1 Battledroid

hey how are u? i hope good :D i from venezuela and i like this proyect!

how i found the patterns for make it! please help me! ;)


Star Wars Battle Droid by DroidPaper (guest), 14 Aug 2010 20:56
Re: No we arent dead by Freebooter FoxFreebooter Fox, 04 Feb 2009 17:20

What we need is /po/ to get raided. As of this morning, someones spamming every thread with "save this image rename shit bricks" therefore I'm back, sorta.

Re: No we arent dead by BobDSmithBobDSmith, 02 Feb 2009 16:02

What we need is some good old fashioned advertising and maybe some cooperation with other papercrafting communities.

Re: No we arent dead by Freebooter FoxFreebooter Fox, 02 Feb 2009 05:49

It seems like we're dead to me… :(

Re: No we arent dead by Nhb93Nhb93, 03 Jan 2009 07:25

Just curious if there would be any interest in a Steam community group for Paperworks. =)

This is also the thread to post other information about branching out into the online community.

Other Groups by Freebooter FoxFreebooter Fox, 01 Jan 2009 02:34

My entry, sort of.

It's supposed to be a pumpkin. Didn't quite fold right, and it doesn't have a face, top or bottom. I Just wanted to get something in for the contest. I feel good now about my first ever pre-designed papercraft!

Re: Halloween Theme by Nhb93Nhb93, 13 Dec 2008 03:48
Re: Crane
Nhb93Nhb93 30 Nov 2008 00:50
in discussion Origami / Traditional » Crane

Hmm, sadly, I don't have a paper cutter readily available to do that. O well, looks like I'm going to have to hit up the local craft store for some paper and some of those strips for the little stars. Really want to make some of those.

Re: Crane by Nhb93Nhb93, 30 Nov 2008 00:50
Re: Crane
daijitsudaijitsu 30 Nov 2008 00:48
in discussion Origami / Traditional » Crane

I would assume bending ONE piece of paper like that, then just cutting the rest by using the folded one as a template would work.

Re: Crane by daijitsudaijitsu, 30 Nov 2008 00:48
Re: Crane
Nhb93Nhb93 26 Nov 2008 05:45
in discussion Origami / Traditional » Crane

I have a question about origami. I can't find my paper around, so what is a good way to create these square shaped origami ready papers? I resorted to just bending printer paper diagonally across and cutting. There an easier way?

Re: Crane by Nhb93Nhb93, 26 Nov 2008 05:45

I've made two things by hand. I tried putting together templates, but couldn't get the measurements right in Illustrator. My last model is about 85% finished, but I'm just too lazy to tweak the pieces that need to be shortened/lengthened. And by too lazy, I mean it's been over a year since I even opened the file.

I've got a notebook with a few models sketched, but I'm probably never going to get around to actually building the templates. I've got a Grim Reaper inspired by Death from The Hogfather, a "Thug", and a Rhino sort of patterned after the Rommy Sloth series. I've also got a cubee design waiting to be traced in Illustrator, but once again…Too damned lazy.

minor amounts like that don't matter… From what I figure, 1/8" is the finest detail you'll ever need to worry about because of the margin created by several factors- human error when assembling, and the size of the paper tab mixed with the radius of the fold (increased by the thickness of the paper). you'd be surprised at how much a model can expand or contract due to these little factors.

For the contest, I think I'm going to be taking the measurements I created in AutoCAD, and drawing it out on paper. Hopefully the little 1/100's of inches don't hurt me later.

Re: Designing papercraft by hand by Nhb93Nhb93, 20 Nov 2008 01:38

I dunno, if you were to make something like this:
which i saw here

Its sorta what inspired me…plus, for some reason my combination of sketchup, pepakura, and fail leads me to lose vertexes or other weird shit.

I don't think I could handle designing by hand. I'm way too impatient. If it was a one time thing I could wing it to make something I wanted, but I couldn't design a template for others to use that wouldn't look cheap.

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