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My newest design: Acrocinus longimanus

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A close-up of the back

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Woah. Cool bug
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Thanks. I'm glad two months of design paid off.
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that thing would give me the heebie jeebies for sure. Nicely done
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How do you make that beutiful crane on a crane on a crane?
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I'm glad you like it. It's pretty simple, actually. Just fold a grafted frog base and then sink and unsink for an hour and a half. :lol:
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I rely like the Acrocinus longimanus It looks so hard to make :D
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Nice bug. Good proportions, really good proportions :wink:
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Thanks guys! It's actually pretty easy to fold, just time-consuming. And a good chunk of that is final shaping, getting everything in the right position.
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Actually, whats the point of sinking and unsinking if you don't even use those creases?

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What do you mean what's the point if the creases aren't used? The sinks and unsinks are used to create enough points for the two smaller cranes.
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Never mind. :?
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I finally drew up the CP for my Cyclommatus imperator. For anyone who wants to try it out, here it is:

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Is it thirds?
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Not even close.
Going up from the bottom left:
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Up from bottom right:
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And that doesn't even factor in the grafts for the toe splits, which I didn't draw due to laziness (Oripa needs a "bring-point-to-edge-from-a-given-point" feature).
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