"Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby anermak » June 16th, 2011, 7:05 am

Question 4 "For task 8, is wet-folding necessary for the creation or just a recommendation?"
Answer 4 Elements of the Eric's model should be folded as the original version ... Your additions to the model can be folded as you wish ..
Example - one sheet "dwarf with wings. " In result - Dwarf must have form in wet-fold (like original), wings you may fold as you want ( wet or classic form)
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby malachi » June 17th, 2011, 2:42 am

Should we include anything that provides an idea of the scale/size of the model and/or any notes about the materials or the process used (or the thought process behind the design)?
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby anermak » June 18th, 2011, 1:11 pm

Yes, the minimum information must be include in the message (photo of orientation lines, CP's, or photo by expanded base form - any information necessary to identify the elements of the model), in order that the jury would have no doubt that the model was carried out in accordance with the terms of the task - 1 sheet, without cut etc.
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby anermak » June 25th, 2011, 2:00 pm

Until the end of general-time on the Olympiad remained only 5 days
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby anermak » June 26th, 2011, 7:47 am

Question 5 what is the precise deadline?
I know that it is June 30th. But what time? midnight? which time-zone?

Answer 5 00:01 - 1.07 - In time-zone : - local time for each participant in his country.
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby anermak » June 29th, 2011, 10:53 am

Dear friends!
I bring to your attention that the main time of Olympiad will finished after tomorow (00/01 at 01.07.2011(deadline)).
All finished tasks need send to the e-mail: origami2011olympiad@gmail.com

Best Regards,
Andrey Ermakov
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby malachi » June 30th, 2011, 4:03 am

If you do this again next year, would you consider having different categories of competition?
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby anermak » June 30th, 2011, 6:21 am

malachi wrote:If you do this again next year, would you consider having different categories of competition?

We'll see,- everything will depend on the authors who sent their diagrams, cp...


Dear friends!
I remind that today is the last day when you can send your ready works,
best regards!
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby anermak » June 30th, 2011, 8:32 am

Question When can I post the images on flickr?
Answer Tomorrow at noon
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby anermak » July 1st, 2011, 8:10 am

Congratulations to all with the end of working time in Olympiad ... Now you can publish your works ... Summing up the results after 3 weeks.
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby malachi » July 2nd, 2011, 5:37 am

I have created a flickr group for the Olympiad. I think it is interesting to look at the variations of implementation. Please feel free to join the group and add your pictures if you participated in the competition.
http://www.flickr.com/groups/1679697@N25/
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby anermak » July 2nd, 2011, 10:08 am

Here is the complete list of all participants who sent their work.
Who do not find yourself must write me to the PM

Code: Select all
1)   Adams Sara
2)   Agnieska Mackonyte
3)   Aleshina Galina
4)   Atilla Yurtkul
5)   Baranov Vladimir
6)   Basharov Marat
7)   Botalov Alexandr
8)   Bezrukov Sergej
9)   Belozerova Olga
10)   Butt Olga
11)   Chen Xiao
12)   CHENG ISAAC
13)   Dementiev Ivan
14)   Em Stanislav
15)   Egorov Andrew
16)   Fabiana Sanapanya
17)   Fedorets Ilya
18)   GAOSHAN
19)   Gladilina Ekaterina
20)   Hubert Villeneuve
21)   Ilan Garibi
22)   Ivanov Sergej
23)   Jazovskaja Natalia
24)   Jens Kober
25)   Kowalski Damian
26)   Krupnikov Alexander
27)   Kunsulu Jilkishiyeva
28)   Korolev Kirill
29)   Kuksa Dmitry
30)   Kupriyanov Nikolai
31)   Lysiuk Dzmitry
32)   Malachi Brown
33)   Marchenko Sergey
34)   Mironov Yuriy
35)   Mitrofanov Sergey
36)   Mirek Mrajca
37)   Mugnai Carlo
38)   Nazarchenko Olga
39)   Pere Olivella
40)   Poddubny Alexandr
41)   Pozhilova Vladlena
42)   Prosolupov Evgenij
43)   Raymonde Bonnefille
44)   Savinova Anastasiya
45)   Seda ALTAY
46)   Severova  Dasa
47)   Shainyan Melik
48)   Sidorov Evgenij
49)   Sobolev Sergey
50)   Skopin Konstantin
51)   Tsykul Dima
52)   Yaroslav Terehov
53)   Vignesh Cumareshan
54)   Volchkova Anna
55)   Verestun Igor
56)   Vorobjev Mikhail
57)   Zalivina Marina
58)     Georgijchuk Andrei
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby gshemar » July 3rd, 2011, 8:43 pm

oh no I didn't know about this as I have had exams. :cry: Will the diagrams be available for the rest of us anywhere please? I know some are available on the authors site but not all. Will they be made public for those unlucky ones who didn't get a chance to join in please?
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby anermak » July 21st, 2011, 7:06 pm

Dear Friends!!!!

That long-awaited moment has come and it’s time to sum up the results of the 1st International Origami Olympiad devoted to the memory of the Great Master of origami - Eric Joisel.

On behalf of all judges I would like to congratulate you with this significant event.

Most of works were performed at the highest professional level that’s why it was extremely difficult to choose of winners in specific categories.

110 origamists from 25 countries took part in our Olympiad. Herewith during the competition judges had to evaluate and compare more than 1454 pictures of finished works.

The Olympiad was conventionally divided into 2 parts: Personal and Command.

The first place in the Individual championship took members who received the highest total score (voting and setting of balls judges made independently).

To the best works in each category each judge can put 1.5 (for the 1st place), 1.0 (for 2nd place), 0.5 (for 3d place), resulting in maximum possible total score for each work is = (5Max +7,5). It can happen if all judges give the highest ball to particular model. If some of the prize-winning works have the same score, they awarded the same place. In this case, I would like to add that all 10 tasks were made only by 10% of participants (they are bolded in the summary table).

Command part of the Olympiad was held by summing of medals received by participants from one country.
Users were summed and for each of them received the following points: gold medal - 3 points, silver - 2 points, bronze - 1 point
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Re: "Origami Internet-Olympiad 2011"

Postby anermak » July 21st, 2011, 7:12 pm

Now lets go to the team competition, and looks on the work of the Champions in each category.
So.

Task №1 (А. Biernacki)
1 place - D.Lysiuk
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2 Место - Sanapanya Fabiana
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3 место - Verestun Igor
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Task № 2 (А.Lukyanov)
1 place - Mackonyte Agnieska
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2 place - Mugnai Carlo and Kunsulu Jilkishiyeva
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3 place - Sanapanya Fabiana and D.Lysiuk
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Task№ 3 (Nguyen Hung Cuong)
1 place - D.Lysiuk
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2 place - Pere Olivella
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3 place – Malachi Brown
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