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Old 09-04-2018, 09:41 PM
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John, first many thanks for this ever expanding list of interesting sites. Second, not being versed in Japanese, how does one download the Santa in the Chimney model ? Thank you (yet again !)

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Derek,

Just right click on the parts page at the bottom of the page, choose Save As
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Old 09-04-2018, 11:00 PM
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John, first many thanks for this ever expanding list of interesting sites. Second, not being versed in Japanese, how does one download the Santa in the Chimney model ? Thank you (yet again !)

Derek
Rick typed in his answer before I could, but here is some more information, with a little help from Google Translate:


How to make
Save the left developed drawing once and print it out.
Cut off the five parts of chimney, right arm, left arm, body, beard.
The dotted line is a mountain fold, - - - - is a valley fold. After tracing the crease with the sharp pointed object, I will create a folding habit.
Leave the lower part of the arm part "B", "C" of the main body and make a notch and bend it towards the inside.
Glue the body, assemble the parts of the arm, paste the arms "B" and "C" to the "B", "C" part of the main body.
Glue the "A" part of both arms inside the main body and glued it to the chimney "A".
Part of the beard paste the front and back of the ear paste, paste the beard at the root of the ear to the body.


In just a few years, Japanese translation programs have gone from weirdly bizarre, to almost useful, quite amazing actually, though the translations are not as much fun.
I am sorry to say that the extent of my Japanese, after years of movie watching, is knowing to run when a samurai yells "matei" or "nukei", and being able to recognize the characters for "download papercraft".
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Old 09-05-2018, 09:57 AM
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Here is a great post at PAPERMAU with links to a herd of chibi (pequeno)animal models
PAPERMAU: Cute Animals Paper Toys In Chibi Style For Kids - by Ryo Tokisato
I found another model of a kola (koara) bear by the same designer that you can add to your collection,
Τλ湩꡼ᥫ
or
http://www.geocities.jp/pepakuratoki/pepagt1.htm
and a handful of rats
http://www.geocities.jp/pepakuratoki/tokusetu2008a.htm
Mr. Tokisato has designed paper models for commercial sites, and seasonal paper models, that appear briefly,
and then disappear, never to be downloaded again,
after the ad campaign or holiday season is over.

(and thanks for the referral from PAPERMAU)

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Rick, John, thank you for your assistance. Download was successful.
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Old 09-08-2018, 11:19 AM
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Sorry, not a Japanese web site, but it is a reasonably accurate model of the plates of a late Sengoku period armor.
This is for someone with access to a large format printer, or able to rescale the full size wearable model armor so it can be printed on an office size printer.
To properly built it would require going to outside references, much hole punching, and stringing lots and lots of flat webbing.
https://www.pepakura.eu/armor-japanese-style-foam/
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Old 09-09-2018, 05:19 PM
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Capturing a Ronin Tatebanko

With a lot of help from Rick I was able to upload a 3 sheet tatebanko (立版古) of a group of Edo period officials attempting to capture a ronin.
The ronin has injured several of the lesser officials, armed with jitte. A pair of samurai, each with two swords, prepare to attack the ronin, who defends himself with a piece of wood.
The scene occurs next to a well in front of a cemetery.
The tatebanko has three large sheets to download, print, cut out and assemble. For instructions there is a picture of what the completed scene should look like.

http://www.papermodelers.com/forum/v...ownloadid=3102
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Old 09-09-2018, 09:54 PM
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Capturing a Ronin Tatebanko update

Rick sent me a resized picture of the assembled tatebanko.
If anyone here builds it, you will probably be the first to so in over 100 years.
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Old 09-15-2018, 08:19 PM
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Japanese Style Paper Dolls (From France)

Paper dolls in the style of Kokeshi Dolls
https://www.teteamodeler.com/activite/papertoy/kokeshi-paper-toy.asp
Go to the downloads by clicking the unassembled doll images mid page.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kokeshi
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