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Hey /po/, visitor from /vr/ here. Many of us old game collectors tend to get bothered when we have a good number of loose carts for a variety of reasons, and one option that people use is to make custom cases to hold loose games. There are a lot of different ideas on how to do that, but one such idea that came up was simply printing out and putting together replicas of the actual game boxes. I've seen it in places, but for those of us on /vr/ that don't know the first thing about paper-folding, do you fine folks have any advice on how one would go about putting such boxes together? Ideally, they would be the same quality as the real boxes, or as close as one could get. I'm sure that such paper and folding techniques exist, but what would you folks recommend for this?
I can attempt to provide info on boxes and the carts to be stored as needed. Here's one example I could find for Super Mario Bros. 3, an NES game which apparently has a company producing repro boxes for it (the weird NEC logo is where barcode would have gone I believe).
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Hey /po/, I got my mom a pair of earrings for christmas, but I'm absolute shit at giftwrapping. I was thinking I could make a paper lotus, or other flower, and place the earrings in the middle. Thing is, this is my first time on /po/, and I'm a newbie to origami. Could you guys possibly give me instructions for a relatively easy origami flower? I want something ornate, but not something impossible to make.