Robert J. Lang - Peregrine Falcon

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Robert J. Lang - Peregrine Falcon

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Anybody has folded this model yet?
Are the cp's references easy to find, or i haven't looked at it well enough?
Link: http://www.langorigami.com/art/gallery/ ... =peregrine
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You need 3-D glasses to find the first two reference points.
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Many thanks!

*Edit: i printed the cp out, and tried to make an accurate fold to see if that tetrasector(i don't know if such phrase exists) is at that place what your picture indicates, but unfortunately, (maybe i did it wrong, i will try it again) there is some little distance between the real tetrasector and the one you drew. And i saw some mis-proportions between some shapes on the cp and on the paper.
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I found that the trisector is a reference line, but maybe i'm mistaken.

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I don't think it's exact, but it seems close enough.
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Re: Robert J. Lang - Peregrine Falcon

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Hey there, @origami_8, wondering if you could reupload the reference point you found since the link seems to be broken now. I'm also having issues finding this reference point... hidden somewhere :-s :-s :-s
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I'm sorry that's so long ago and I wasn't able to locate the picture on my computer. However, looking at the CP I fond, that if you follow the 22.5° angle bisector on the top left all the way to the right edge of the paper, you will have a first reference point.
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If you look closely, you fold the left diagonal all the way through, but Robert Lang's confusing way of making crease patterns confused me with the right diagonal.
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