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Hey /po/, do you know of any origami that could potentially be worth a few bucks? I like to do some origami every now and then, and my office is having some sort of auction type fundraiser where people will bring things in, not necessarily homemade, and auction them off. The most complicated thing I've ever made is some spiked ball thing that required 36 pieces of paper I think. Not really complicated, just tedious.
tl;dr does anybody know/have steps for something that could potentially create funds? I'm not willing to make something that takes 60 hours or more though.
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Ok /po/ppers. Seems no one want to take charge, I'll start. As you fine people may have noticed, we need a new sticky. The following is a brief suggestion on my part as to what we may include. Please feel free to modify and add as according to your views.
1) Links (of course) to various paper-modelling and crafting websites that currently inhabit the internet.
2) Same for links to various origami communities and where we may find what.
3) Links to some of the most requested models/origami books and patterns we always get here, including the gear heart, howls moving castle and so on.
4) A set of instructions for every new papercrafter to follow and be directed to, regarding what glue to use and how to go about their first model/origami project, list of tools required and so on this can also include links outside of /po/ who may have written on something regarding this matter.
5) Perhaps a set of instructions regarding the subject of ripping models from various sources such as games, making your own models, resizing, and so on. I believe Jules Perdana of paper-replika.com has a few instructions regarding this matter. And as such can be directed to for anons who want to make their own stuff.
As of now this is all i can come up with. As stated above, please feel free to add as you desire. I will be adding links as from sometime tomorrow and will keep bumping. Cheers.
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What exactly am I looking at here? Can someone please tell me how to do this? I'd really appreciate it. Most of it looks easy enough, but I've got a few problems with it: I can't tell what those things in the bottom right are (I assume they're arms or legs, but how are they used and where are the other body parts?), I can't figure out how the hair folds or if it's even all once piece, and there are some parts on the body that I just don't understand.
Thanks in advance. I don't generally do papercraft dolls like this, obviously, I just like Tomoko.