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I don't know about stronger glue. Maybe you need to let it dry longer? I sometime have to hold the fold in position for a miniute or two to let it dry. Only for folds that tend to shift of course.
Thanks for posting the picture. Looks great.
Glad that you like my birds. Good luck with the hoopoe. In my opinion it is much harder than some of the bigger papercrafts. Be sure to post a picture of all the birds when you finish it.
Papercraft Low-Poly HoopoeView Instructable »
Thanks for sharing. Nice touch with the coloring. I have thought about patterns, but never tried it so far.
Thanks. I made this from scratch. The 3D Model was done in blender. There are some great tutorials on youtube how to make low poly models. I used a photo from google search as a reference for the shape. The unfolding was done in Pepakura. I colour the model in blender to know which parts have to be on which paper color but then disable the colouring in Pepakura.The hardest part is the modeling. Unfolding is pretty straight forward.
Thank you :)
Thanks for your feedback.Concerning the folds, the confusing part is, that you can look at the paper from both sides. This changes the fold from valley to mountain and vice versa. The linked tutorial for example defines it opposite to you, so not much help in saying which is which. I expect that people are able to distinguish between the line types, so a list doesn't really do much either.Labeling the parts could be helpful. I might do this in my next project. The numbers should prevent you from making mistakes anyways.Any translation app tells me ruler is also the measuring device. Maybe this is a be/ae issue.
Glad people like it.
Papercraft Low-Poly WoodpeckerView Instructable »
Thanks for sharing the image and have fun with future papaercraft projects.For me the images are showing in chrome and firefox, so not sure why it isn't working for you...
Beautiful, thanks for sharing!
The pdf is free. Just click on it (e.g. the Single-colour.pdf not on the "Download" button)
It looks awsome! Great choice of paper and thank you for sharing the picture.
I feel honoured that you use my model in your talk. It's a great thing that you spread the word about papercraft. Hope it went well.Also I'm happy that you did understand my instructions and built it inside out on purpose ;)
Yay, you made it! Thanks for posting the picture.It seems your print is on the outside (numbers are visible). If you fold oppositely this will not happen. But I understand this can be confusing.
Thanks for mentioning me.The deer does look awesome and I would love to see how well a laser cutter does it. Been thinking about using one myself. But I am located in Germany and you sending it from China seems like a bit too complicated. Thanks very much though.
Again, if you are too lazy to write and copy most of the text from my instructable, you could at least mention it. Let alone ask me nicely...https://www.instructables.com/Papercraft-Low-Poly-Bird/
You saved time by using a laser cutter and also by copying half of the text from my instructable: https://www.instructables.com/Papercraft-Low-Po...You could at least mention my project then...Also: don't you get burnt edges when using a laser cutter?
There is a moose model my krummrey: https://www.instructables.com/Bonus-The-Moose/
Papercraft Low-Poly BirdView Instructable »
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Bonus: The papercraft moose