I Built a Yoshi!

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I Built a Yoshi!

Postby GP » 10 Aug 2015, 03:14

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby Poe » 10 Aug 2015, 07:03

noice

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby SMDgamer27 » 10 Aug 2015, 09:35

I never thought I'd see the day that you built a new papercraft!

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby FinalSmash » 10 Aug 2015, 15:06

What? GP building a papercraft? This is a historic day.

It's nice to see you found the time to build.

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby Byte2222 » 10 Aug 2015, 18:52

Here we see the seasoned hands of a master at work. Nicely done GP!
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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby GP » 10 Aug 2015, 21:40

Thanks to everyone for the nice words! For those who are unaware, its template is the brainchild of Japanese designer Paperman:
http://paperman2.com/#download

There are no instructions soever, but arrows help structuring the parts and the organization was intuitive enough to be built without much thinking. That is what I call a zen Summer activity! ^^

EDIT: Here is another photograph that I took!

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby FinalSmash » 10 Aug 2015, 23:43

GP wrote:Thanks to everyone for the nice words! For those who are unaware, its template is the brainchild of Japanese designer Paperman:
http://paperman2.com/#download

There are no instructions soever, but arrows help structuring the parts and the organization was intuitive enough to be built without much thinking. That is what I call a zen Summer activity! ^^

EDIT: Here is another photograph that I took!

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It looks like the original picture(Paperman's I mean).

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby GP » 11 Aug 2015, 01:02

I guess that is a good thing :)
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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby GP » 12 Aug 2015, 00:08

Well somehow my laser printer prints different colors, and the laser powder "breaks" when I fold the paper, but… yeah :)
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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby FinalSmash » 12 Aug 2015, 15:07

GP wrote:Well somehow my laser printer prints different colors, and the laser powder "breaks" when I fold the paper, but… yeah :)




I know that feel...

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby Sabi96 » 12 Aug 2015, 15:52

GP wrote:Well somehow my laser printer prints different colors, and the laser powder "breaks" when I fold the paper, but… yeah :)


The "breaks" don't always occur. I always print with laser printers and they appear to me only on really thick paper, or when the page is mostly black. So I guess a couple of factors there

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby FinalSmash » 12 Aug 2015, 20:23

Sabi96 wrote:
GP wrote:Well somehow my laser printer prints different colors, and the laser powder "breaks" when I fold the paper, but… yeah :)


The "breaks" don't always occur. I always print with laser printers and they appear to me only on really thick paper, or when the page is mostly black. So I guess a couple of factors there



Try building an N64 model with a laser printer.

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby Sabi96 » 12 Aug 2015, 20:35

Of all people you think I have never built n64 models? :D
I was a beginner, too, I didn't start building such high poly stuff until a lot later

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Re: I Built a Yoshi!

Postby FinalSmash » 12 Aug 2015, 22:27

Sabi96 wrote:Of all people you think I have never built n64 models? :D
I was a beginner, too, I didn't start building such high poly stuff until a lot later



I never said that...




Okay try building an N64 model that you printed out with black and white toner and colored by hand with colored pencils


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