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Lang's Western Pond Turtle, folded from a 15" square of tissue foil. Hosed up the feet a little, but overall am quite happy with the finished model.

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Looks pretty good!
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Original rhino designed and folded by me.

Based on the fish base / Yoshizawa's elephant.

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That looks cute, nice design.
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Mario poster made from 224 of Max Hulme's "Pixel Units"

I don't usually get into the modular origami, but I really like this fold.

Edit:
Will have to retake this pic. Switching from defunct Photobucket account so Flickr and don't have this pic on Flickr yet.
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ITs a me a MARIO
This is so cool!
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Eric Joisel's Dwarf

Actually came out as more of an evil leprechaun. Folded from home made tissue foil.

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Neal Elias Bull

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ginshun wrote:Lang's Western Pond Turtle, folded from a 15" square of tissue foil. Hosed up the feet a little, but overall am quite happy with the finished model.
that is a very nice I was going to fold that but I messed up :(
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Tessellation

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And you should try the Western Pond Turtle again, it is really more tedious that it is difficult. I suggest measuring and marking out the references to begin with, it makes things easier.
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that is what happened my paper came with a crease on the half way mark so it was very difficult to know where to fold then I folded to the center crease and then i messed up :(
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Won Park's Spider from "Extreme Origami"
Just bought this book this weekend with some Barnes and Noble gift certificates that I had from Christmas. The book is all dollar bill origami and is awesome - not sure how many of the models I will be able to do though, they are quite challenging with dollar bills. The models are excellent in there own right though, so I plan on trying a few with larger paper. Highly recommended book.

Edit:
Pics gone. Still a good book.
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Robert Lang's Goatfish and Pegasus
Didn't do the pleats on the wings, I liked it better without.

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Satoshi Kamyia's Carnotaurus
Turned out pretty good I thought. The tail isn't actually as bad as it looks. When I cut the paper, the tissue didn't quite cover the one corner so the paper is just white there. That was supposed to be the head, but apparently I did it backwards. That's why there is so much more white on the one side of the tail #-o

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paper for both is Thai unryu (red, black or green) MC'ed to Japanese kozo (white)
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Satoshi Kamiya's Pegasus
Paper is MC'ed Japanese kozo

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