This is a exectuble file. Usually exectuble files contain viruses and other things that harm you computer do you wish to continue opening pepakura_designer_2?
I don't want to get a computer virus again, so I dont know what to do. I virus scanned it and it says it's clean, but i dont know whether i should risk my comp getting another virus again. Please help. :roll:
Windows tells you that every .exe file could contain a virus, because it could. Pepakura does not contain a virus. You will get that warning every single time you try to download and run a .exe file, even if it's clean.
Thanks JediFraz, it'll mostly be display but, there will be times where ill wear it. Thanks again. :mrgreen:
Mmmmm. After printing out my helmet i was a little puzzled what material i would use for my visor so, i was wondering if anyone had any suggestions. I was thinking of using a peice of that see-through-coloured-card-stuff-that-resembles-plastic. *cough*
Ok, as much i hate to do this but,Yet again i still have Questions about Pepakura.
1# Is there a particular way i have to fold each line (Towards the dotted line or away from.)
2# Whats with the straightlines and dotted lines criss crossing at points.
3# Is there a certain angle i should fold.
Ahck...I could use that screen saver right about now.
This is all in the tutorial, but since Im feeling generous...
Paperkura follows standard international rules for paper folding (Origani etc)
Solid lines are complete cuts.
dashed lines ------- Mountain fold or /\. For thicker cardstock a *light* score along these lines helps a great deal.
dotted dashes _._._._ Valley fold \/ A light score along the unprinted side helps with these but don't worry too much about it. As long as you crease along the line it'll be fine.
Cut out the shape and fold as far as you are able. If it's been folded too much it's not a problem but if it isn't folded enough.. It can cause problems when trying to glue the tabs in place.