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Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby origamipete » May 28th, 2013, 4:07 pm

Hello!
My name is Petr Stuchlý, born 1991.

Here I would like to show you some of my origami work, mostly my own designs, if not indicated otherwise. :D

I hope you'll enjoy!

Let me start with probably my most challenging model so far, a leafy sea dragon:
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it is still not completely finished, but I think it's close enough to give you the idea. =)
I designed this model in 2011 but it took me a lot of time to finish it, I've run into some problems in the foling process...

This is what the model basically looked like for all that time:
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Due to the lack of any decent picture or fold of this model made by myself, I present to you what the model looks like when folded by a real origami master:

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Folded by the amazing Matthew LaBoone, thank you Matt!

Next up is my newest design, a long-legged frog:
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Diplocaulus - version 2:
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Diplocaulus - Version 1:
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This is a blue crab:
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This guy uses diagonal symmetry!

Crayfish:
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Although I decided this needs both, a redesign and a refold. It needs a redesign to have claws that are big enough, and it needs a refold from thinner paper of different color. I decided to keep the CP, but change the final shaping and call it a shrimp. :mrgreen: Recyclation FTW! :lol:

Sidneyia inexpectans:
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A Cambrian arthropod, named after the explorer's son, not the city in Australia.
It's one of the most famous Burgess Shale fossils.

Mantis shrimp:
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Along with a couple WIP shots.

Stag beetle 2.0:
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(Version 3.5 coming soon, it has better proportions, longer abdomen,antennae and mandibles)

Stag beetle 1.0 and "scorpion varileg BP":
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Tiger beetle:
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Weedy sea dragon:
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A warmup model I did before attempting the leafy sea dragon. =)

Paraceratherium:
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Or Indricotherium, or Baluchitherium :D

Draco volans:
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Kuehneosuchus:
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A gliding reptile from the triassic, along with a silhouette from a paper describing the remains. I used it for reference.

Green basilisk:
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Wheel bug:
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Dinoponera gigantea:
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A moonster ant! In your face! :mrgreen:

Vinegaroon:
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Inostrancevia:
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The famous "grogonopsid" from the silver screen!

Tarantula:
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Theraphosa sp. :lol:

Pseudoscorpion 1.0:
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Pseudoscorpion 2.0:
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Micro whip-scorpion:
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Plesiosiro madeleyi:
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A carboniferous arachnid, possibly a close relative of tick or harvestmen ancestors.

Phalangiotarbid:
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Another carboniferous arachnid.

Red velvet mite 1.3:
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"Hooded tick spider":
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Order: Ricinulei

Crab spider:
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Camel spider:
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Pelecinus polyturator:
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A pelecinid wasp

A crab:
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from a bird base.

Eurapterus remipes:
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a state fossil of New York!

Megalograptus:
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A "sea scorpion" similar to Mixopterus.

Pterygotus:
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Phrynomantis bifasciatus:
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Red-banded rubber frog. I plan to redesign this one, I't an adaptation of my tree frog (see below) so it's not very eficient. the color changes take up far more paper than what I would have liked...

Treefrog:
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby eudaimonia » May 28th, 2013, 5:37 pm

Impressive!
I like the Weedy sea dragon. It's something very different, I think, and I would like to give it a try if there is a CP.
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby origamipete » May 28th, 2013, 6:00 pm

eudaimonia wrote:Impressive!
I like the Weedy sea dragon. It's something very different, I think, and I would like to give it a try if there is a CP.

There is!

You can see it here:
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It is based on a 28 by 28 grid, you'll need 7ths for that.

You can use this technique: http://www.origami-resource-center.com/divide-paper-into-nths.html to obtain them.

Please note that the grey (unused) parts of the square should be a bit larger, up to those two short diagonal creases right next to them. It is not a very efficient design, I have been actually thinking of redesigning it, but I got disatracted by other projects... All you need to do is mountain fold these parts on the underside of the paper and treat them as if they don't exist.

What you need to know is that the lines in the central diamond are 22.5 lines and you can get those by precreasing a diagonal in a 2x5 unit rectangle on the paper.

You also need to know that the obtuse angles of that diamond shape lie precisely on grid intersections, while the accute angles do not, so don't get confused by that.

The head is in the upper left corner, the tail is in the lower right corner

Happy folding!
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby Fluffy » May 28th, 2013, 7:57 pm

Hey!

Amazing designs you got there! I love the sea scorpion. I'm insanely jealous of your designing skills!! :)

Jake
My flickr page ~ http://www.flickr.com/photos/jakeorigami/
My gallery ~ viewtopic.php?f=15&t=11485
Feel free to leave comments or constructive critisicm. Thanks! :)
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby steingar » May 28th, 2013, 8:05 pm

Very impressive, you have good reason to be quite proud.
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby origamipete » May 28th, 2013, 8:32 pm

Thanks Jake! :mrgreen:
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby Langko » May 28th, 2013, 11:06 pm

Ah, so you did a gallery. And you also did what I did with my first post an posted stacks of designs XD They all look great, looking forward to what else you come up with :D
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby origamipete » May 28th, 2013, 11:23 pm

HAHA yeah!

POST ALL THE PHOTOS! \(°o°)
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby spiritofcat » May 29th, 2013, 1:22 am

These all look magnificent, but where's your octopus?
You uploaded an octopus design on your flickr a few years ago and included the crease pattern.
I folded a few from the CP, but I never managed to understand how to fold the eyes.
I just fold it without the eyes and form them through the shaping process instead, but it's still one of my favourite models.
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby origamipete » May 29th, 2013, 7:11 am

spiritofcat wrote:These all look magnificent, but where's your octopus?
You uploaded an octopus design on your flickr a few years ago and included the crease pattern.


Welĺ... It's still on flickr! :mrgreen:
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby newbpcpfolder » May 29th, 2013, 6:41 pm

hey bro! nice to see you back in action on here =D
awesome work as always =D i hope to see a lot more from you in the future!
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby origamipete » May 29th, 2013, 6:49 pm

Thanks! More to come! for sure!
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby origamipete » June 4th, 2013, 2:01 am

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Diplocaulus. A prefinal test fold.

The final one is going to have eyes, toes and all that good jazz - nothing a border graft in the head corner can't fix. :mrgreen:
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby Ondrej.Cibulka » June 4th, 2013, 2:10 pm

You need to show me how to fold it... :-)
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Re: Origami gallery of Petr Stuchlý

Postby origamipete » June 4th, 2013, 9:00 pm

Ondrej.Cibulka wrote:You need to show me how to fold it... :-)


I am working on the CP now! You'll be the first one to see it! =)
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