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ImageCow by Joseph Hwang, on Flickr

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Ponadr wrote:New website: https://josephhwangorigami.com/
You have an amazing scarab beetle on Flickr.Id be interested to read any notes including the drawings or c.p
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I designed it in middle school like 7 or 8 years ago using box pleating. I think it was one of my first good designs, even though the legs are a little bit short. Back then I didn't make cp's for my designs, but I still have all my rough drafts and prototypes, so I can reverse engineer it for the cp. I also vaguely remember how to fold it.
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ImageDungeness Crab by Joseph Hwang, on Flickr

ImageDungeness Crab by Joseph Hwang, on Flickr

ImageDungeness Crab by Joseph Hwang, on Flickr

I'm glad to say this will probably be the last design and the only crustacean to go into the book.

I designed the legs and body to look separated in order to make the the model more realistic. The body is suppose to hold a vertical position. The crab folded with craft paper holds the right shape better than the soft unryu. I noticed many origami crab designs have the carapace in a flat resting position against the ground; however, a crab in its natural habitat has a more uplifted posture because the water suspends it.
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Opened an etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/PonadrOrigami
More pieces to come!
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Grafted shell to my sea turtle
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https://www.etsy.com/shop/PonadrOrigami
Flounder diagrams on sale on my etsy shop.
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That's a very nice dragon, I like the simplicity of it compared to your other models!
If that was designed this month, would you like to enter it in the monthly design challenge?
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Yes, I just realized it fits in this month's design challenge. I originally designed it as a special piece for a friend.
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