Eric Joisel - Dwarf (CP)

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Folded from 8" square of analysis pad.
Thanks to this thread for tips on this! Face needs some work though - I gotta try again out of better paper.
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i'll probably try this model soon!
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hello all, any ideas where can i get those dwarf's musician stuff diagrams ?? like TUba,Violin,??

thank you
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dwarf from Eric Jonsal

03/jan/2013
folded from elephant hide paper
time taken didn't time.

Dwarf front view
dwarf from the side
Face front on
face from the side
I am quite happy with it


It was not possible to determine the dimensions of the image. :? :x
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richter693 wrote:hello all, any ideas where can i get those dwarf's musician stuff diagrams ?? like TUba,Violin,??

thank you
Don't think there are any, unfortunately :/
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richter693 wrote:hello all, any ideas where can i get those dwarf's musician stuff diagrams ?? like TUba,Violin,??

thank you
here are some: http://deduciendomodelosdejoisel.blogspot.com/
like Clarinet and Flute both in cp though
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i don't know how to do the eyes and the hat
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after school I can show you how I do them with pictures ;)
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Can someone PLEASE show me how to fold a 28 x 28 grid? Thanks!!

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fold a 7 by 7 grid then fold each one in half and half again and you have a 28 by 28 grid :D
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Fluffy wrote:Can someone PLEASE show me how to fold a 28 x 28 grid? Thanks!!

Jake
you can fold the model with a 32 grid. Its easier, you get an extra flap for the face and the arms and legs become a bit longer :)
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or a 24 grid
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Yeah, but a 24 grid you don't end up with many flaps to shape the details on the face
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you are right but with week paper it is better to do it with less flaps for the face because you have less chance to rip the paper which I do some times ;)
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thats a fair point :)
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