Andrey Ermakov - Book

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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby spiritofcat » June 30th, 2012, 12:20 pm

Here's the raw output from Google Translate
anermak wrote:Hello!
My english is bad... Please use Google translate (russian-english):

"Under a contract with the publishing my book goes out of print after 2.5 weeks. In response to questions, publish a small preview of what will be the publication of ...

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"The book is intended for origamistov already mastered the primary skills of folding wishing to deepen their knowledge in the field of copyright own models"
Language - Russian, pages - 384 Format - (180 - 250) mm,

The first half of the book - the theoretical part (210 pages) A ​​complete detailed description of linear design techniques, including BP, HP, MP, RP, RR, DP, DDP, ... (most of the theoretical and computational elements described in the book - author's achievements, will be published for the first time). All chapters describe a consistent way of designing from scratch, according to a previously selected artistic image, with the help of improvised means ... In particular, describes how to include mosaics, convolute in the structure for any jewelry Wed appearance of the finished result (pleated + tessellation, pleated + corrugation , simplifying the structure Wed etc) ...
The book only! the theoretical position of origami, which can be used in practice ...
For a more detailed description of the publication of the theory is rich in illustrations and photographs ... - Learn information that will help origamistam, do not speak Russian ...

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The second half of the book - practical, (174 pages). Here you will find a chart of 21 (from simple to highly complex), 10 patterns (1/10 to 10/10), created in the period from 2006-2012 .... As well as three original copyright origami puzzle (OriGame) ... - For each transcript, you can get an additional chart.
Most of the schemes and patterns that are published for the first time. All chart books that were published previously in various publications - have undergone additions and modifications ...
The diagrams are made in the following style ...

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The exact price will be known after the announcement of print ... models later ...
Questions about the material can be set in the subject ... "
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby anermak » July 1st, 2012, 12:26 pm

Models from book (Diagrams and CP's+ref.), without prize diagrams (for the secret codes)
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby PauliusOrigami » July 1st, 2012, 1:31 pm

That's the sickest book of the year.... Gratz, Andrey .______.

p.s. May I ask you Andrey, for how long you're into origami?
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby anermak » July 1st, 2012, 2:14 pm

thanks,
PauliusOrigami wrote:how long you're into origami?

about 6 years :-k
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby Sunburst » July 1st, 2012, 2:18 pm

That is very amzing for an origami book! If the book is going to be in Russian only, are you going to include a traduction document (maybe online?) for the people who buys it?
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby Baltorigamist » July 1st, 2012, 2:26 pm

I definitely need to buy this book.

Not sure about the Russian, though--I think I need to join the ranks of people wanting a translation of the text. It's World Of Super Complex Origami all over again... :lol:
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby FlareglooM » July 1st, 2012, 6:07 pm

I really want the book because of the theory, but it's in Russian :(.
If I get the book, I only see one option (for me at least): Learn the Russian alphabet and translate everything with Google translate..
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Anyway, congratulations Andrey :)
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby anermak » July 3rd, 2012, 11:05 am

Thank you. At the expense of translation of the text book with Origami-Russian into Origami-English, I'm not sure that in my town it possible.
But I think those who will buy a book I'll make a russian txt-file (as you suggested for GT)
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby Bubo » July 3rd, 2012, 1:07 pm

I'll be buying this in any case, but I'd ben interested to know which models are diagramed and which are only crease patterns. Also what do the OP, MP and HP indicate? Outstanding work Andrey!
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby Baltorigamist » July 3rd, 2012, 1:42 pm

I assume it's mixed-pleating and hex-pleating for the last two, but I'm not sure about OP. Offset pleating?
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby anermak » July 3rd, 2012, 2:17 pm

OP - octagon pleating,
DP - decagon pleating,
DDP - dodecagon pleating,
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NP - n-gon pleating
MP - mix pleating
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby Baltorigamist » July 3rd, 2012, 2:32 pm

So they utilize pleats at angles with multiples of 10, 12, etc? That's gotta be fun to precrease.
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby anermak » July 3rd, 2012, 4:51 pm

Idea a differ, from usual pleating technics (sorry, i can't tell ahead of sell) ... Say only, what pre-crease of OP-grid, DP-grid etc .... not much complicated than the usual BP or HP-grid for fold and for the design process, but much diverse to possible folding forms ...
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby jacoboqc » July 3rd, 2012, 6:03 pm

Andrey, that's an amazing book. I don't wanna be boring but that's A LOT of information about origami techniques, just like ODS by Lang. It will be a pity if that book was only avaiable for russian people. Please please please please please please please make an English translation, I'm not the only one who will thank you for that.
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Re: Andrey Ermakov - Book

Postby Baltorigamist » July 3rd, 2012, 6:30 pm

I see what you mean, Andrey. I was talking about reference point-wise, which is probably why I've never done any HP or above. (I really need to do that.)
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