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Thanks, but you would not believe how much sinking and unsinking goes on in the thorax and abdomen. In the abdomen alone, there are 3 closed sinks, 3 open unsinks, 2 open sinks, and 2 spread-sinks. X_x
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wow :shock: i just can't believe you invented that!
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I've been developing it for literally almost two years. It looks absolutely nothing like my first attempt at a stag beetle, yet I haven't changed the base at all.
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cool! two whole years! the longest i've ever taken to design something is a week. you can tell you worked very hard on it.
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I just make a new revision every time I think of a way to improve something. But yeah, my designs take about a week on average.
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usually my models have about 3 or 4 versions. the first one is usually made out of printer then the final is foil or kami or unyru.
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Same here. I use copy paper for just about everything but the final version, and then I use tracing paper for the final. The chimera I'm working on gets really thick with copy paper, but it's still foldable. (It would be done if I could figure out the proportions of the graft I need to add to the head, but the math eludes me.)
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I finished folding the Cyclommatus imperator.

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Here's an older design of mine that I just got around to refolding last night: my Four-Legged Crane With A Crane With A Crane On Its Back On Its Back.

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4LCWACWACOIBOIB 212 by Baltorigamist, on Flickr

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4LCWACWACOIBOIB (Close-Up) by Baltorigamist, on Flickr

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4LCWACWACOIBOIB (Scale) by Baltorigamist, on Flickr
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Ok here is my review
Dragon-Awesome
Man on Sled-One of your best works
Cyclommatus imperator v2.4-Very very good
Dragon update-Umm What exactly has changed?
Finished imperator-Amazing
Crane on crane - cool and is it one sheet?
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Thanks for the feedback--if I come to Centerfold this year I'll teach the Dragon.
All I really changed on the dragon is the shaping of the head and wings, not really anything else.
And yes, the 4LCWACWACOIBOIB is from a single sheet. It's just a bird base, but I'm not gonna go too much into the details. It's pretty much just sinking and unsinking for about an hour straight, though, so not very fun to fold.
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Everything is awesome though!
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Metagross first draft

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by metagross If its the pokemon i think the legs could be thicker and face larger.
But i understand that this is the first draft so its pretty good
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A lily I designed.

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Still working on the Metagross, but progress has slowed. I think I'll double the width of the graft I use for the face....
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