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Stark Paper - Choose your size of Paper

This paper is smooth but has an appearance of hair, which Stark is ideal for mimicking. It is rather thin (80 gsm), and easy to fold, so it is perfectly suited for all types of models.

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Stark Paper, Choose your size of Paper

80 gsm

 

Choose the size of your sheet from the options above (next to the Button "Buy now"):

- 14" x 14" (30x30cm)

- 20" x 20" (50x50cm)

- 28" x 28" (70x70cm)

 

 

 

Qualities :

Stark is a smooth origami paper that has an appearance of hair, which makes it ideal for mimicking animal fur. Stark is rather thin (80 gsm), and easy to fold, so it is perfectly suited for all types of models, even more the more complex.

  • These items are proprietary products to our shop because we cut them into squares and conditioning them ourselves.
  • Important: Sheets with format 50x50 cm and 70x70 cm will be sent folded by us. It therefore inevitably contain creases but of course, the traces will not interfere in the final appearance of your model. By ordering this paper, you agree to receive sheets folded.

 

Choose 

this paper:

 

- To fold animals

- For all complex models, mainly if they include 3D shapes                             

 

Do not choose

this paper:

 

- For bi-color models (since it has the same color on both sides) unless you know how to bring color to one face (pasting tissue-paper, painting ...etc)                                 

 

How to use

this paper:

 

Dry folding for Tesselations, Modulars and all models from simple to super-complex models. 
For complex models: a 35x35 cm sheet is often enought but for supercomplex models, choose a larger sheet from 50x50 cm

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