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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby OrigamiGeek » January 11th, 2015, 10:27 pm

Baltorigamist wrote:
OrigamiGeek wrote:I would like to see one of Baltorigamist modles diagramed. https://www.flickr.com/photos/baltofolder/


Anything in particular? I don't think any of my arthropods have folding sequences, but I could provide at least a few CPs.

That is true :S but cp would be awesome, currently I am trying to fold some of the cps you have on your flicker. i will upload pictures when I finish them.
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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby Foldtastic » January 12th, 2015, 6:30 am

A good rooster. Satoshi's. Or langko's. http://flic.kr/p/kpbwzx
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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby TERRY Nicolas » January 12th, 2015, 11:12 am

Thanks for much for all your proposition. Already 3 Pages on this topic ! That's so wonderful and we didn't think that we could received so many projects. With Halle and Pere, we are studying which models we are going to selected. We are working both for the new publication and also for the next publications. Indeed, the choice of models in a book is a delicate balance between many parameters: degrees of difficulty, theme .... And for example, a wonderful dog will be add only in a futur book because the new book include already a dog ...etc.

Your propositions on this topic open our mind to wonderful new models and will help us to propose to you the best for the next Drawing Origami.

I'm happy to tell you that the proposition by PhylBx is now alive.
Killer Whale by KOSUGE Akihiro will be in the Drawing Origami Tome 2
Folding sequence is already drawn and we are actually working on the creases and layout

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Please continue to propose us more models ! We study all propositions !
Thanks for your support

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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby fi-ori » January 12th, 2015, 11:52 am

"There's a fold in everything..."
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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby mountainvalley » January 12th, 2015, 4:19 pm

Here is my list for your WIP project: Drawing origami tome 2

1. Sunflower by Fernando gilligado
2. E.T by Nishida Shanter
3. Collie Dog by gen hagiwara
4. Merino Sheep by Quentin trollip
5. Duck by Seth Friedman
6. Cheetah by Ares Alanya
7. Chipmunk by kyohei Katsuta
8. Rhino by Arthur biernaki
9. Owl by Beth Johnson
10. Cat by Jesse Bar
11. Owl (frog-face) by Jesse Bar
12. Tim the beaver by michelle fung
13. Gorilla by Nugyen Hung Cuong
14. Boat by Jason Ku
15. Spiderman by Yoo Tae Young
16. Marco Polo by Richard Galindo
17. Vintage car by Akira Kawamura
18. Buffalo by Richard Galindo
19. Bamby by Miyamiya
20. Box fish by redpaper (https://www.flickr.com/photos/51181637@N06/6221745537/)
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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby origamibh » January 12th, 2015, 5:13 pm

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Hi, Nicolas!
I would love to have my pink published in his next book, as you said separating by "themes" I would like to represent the flowers. I had my first publication in 2014 in origamiMIT Convention, an orchid diagrammed by Marcio Noguchi. This rose is very simple, I used a frog base and I was inspired by a traditional model. Thank U!
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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby origamibh » January 12th, 2015, 5:35 pm

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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby Zendi@Home » January 13th, 2015, 6:13 pm

Great to hear the new Drawing Origami book will arrive at the end of this year, a lot of us don't need to search anymore for their own present! The samurai from Karol Kafarski certainly has to be in it(some people like me would buy the book only for that model!!!) and another model by Sébastien Limet(Last Temptation, Dead men's chest or Origin) would be highly appreciated.
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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby Baltorigamist » January 14th, 2015, 3:28 am

I'm willing to diagram my Lion, Unicorn, Alicorn, Husky, Rose, and Lily, maybe a few others. Which ones would best fit the book's theme?
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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby Foldtastic » January 14th, 2015, 7:51 am

Kafar wrote:I would like to see my recent model - Red Samurai (new fold on the way)

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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby TERRY Nicolas » January 14th, 2015, 8:55 am

Baltorigamist wrote:I'm willing to diagram my Lion, Unicorn, Alicorn, Husky, Rose, and Lily, maybe a few others. Which ones would best fit the book's theme?


Thanks
We are not focusing only on the theme. We need first models with an elegant, interesting and clear folding sequence, and we try to avoid Box pleating (even if we always want to add a few box pleating models, in order to represent all origami approaches). You are the one who know how to fold your model. Please propose us the model you think have the best folding sequence.

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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby origamibh » January 16th, 2015, 3:01 am

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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby Foldtastic » January 16th, 2015, 7:23 am

TERRY Nicolas wrote:
Baltorigamist wrote:I'm willing to diagram my Lion, Unicorn, Alicorn, Husky, Rose, and Lily, maybe a few others. Which ones would best fit the book's theme?


Thanks
We are not focusing only on the theme. We need first models with an elegant, interesting and clear folding sequence, and we try to avoid Box pleating (even if we always want to add a few box pleating models, in order to represent all origami approaches). You are the one who know how to fold your model. Please propose us the model you think have the best folding sequence.

Nicolas


Why avoid box pleated models?

Also, it would really be something different and unique if you included a crumpling model. The diagraming for it would be unorthodox though.
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Re: Submit your wishes to see diagrams in Drawing Origami Co

Postby bethnor » January 16th, 2015, 7:54 am

it might help to do some research before posting requests.

both the owl of beth johnson and rhino of artur bienecki have been diagrammed.
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