best models of these animals youve ever seen?

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Postby newbpcpfolder » September 23rd, 2010, 11:36 am

Sabertooth=Kamiya


nah,
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Re: best models of these animals youve ever seen?

Postby newbpcpfolder » September 23rd, 2010, 11:43 am

Ah yes-Pseudoscorpion-Katsuta Kyohei
Nautilus-Manuel Sirgo
Tanuki- Satoshi Kamiya
Tarantula-Robert Lang
Angler fish-Robert Lang
Leatherback turtle-Magic Hobo
Sun Bear-Bernard Peyton
Pangolin- Eric Joisel
Dart Frog- Chad Killeen
Scorpion-Yago Braojos/Nguyen Hung Cuong
Casowary- Sebastian Arellano
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Postby joshuaorigami » September 23rd, 2010, 4:00 pm

13. Dart frog - No doubt it's Petr stuchly's new model.
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Postby newbpcpfolder » September 23rd, 2010, 5:14 pm

joshuaorigami wrote:13. Dart frog - No doubt it's Petr stuchley's new model.


He designed it NOT to be a Poison Dart Frog, it's a Banded Rubber Frog. Both are NOT the SAME. Didn't you read the description?

red-banded rubber frog.
my variation of the tree frog.


This is what he wrote!!!!!!
Also, it's Petr Stuchly, not Stuchley.
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Postby joshuaorigami » September 23rd, 2010, 5:43 pm

Similar though.
And i made a little spelling mistake, i'll fix it.
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Postby newbpcpfolder » September 24th, 2010, 3:03 am

oh yeah, my bad. I tend to go mad when they wrongly title something which is already appropriately titled.
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Postby anonymous person » September 24th, 2010, 7:42 pm

Scorpion- Lafosse's desert scorpion.
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Re: best models of these animals youve ever seen?

Postby origamipete » June 30th, 2015, 10:15 pm

1.aye aye - Joshua Goutam made the only one I am aware of
2.angler fish -Lang has been mentioned already, so what about this one:
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even this one by Yuri Shumakov has its own charm:
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I like the character and the geometry.
3.tarantula - this one is cool:
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or this one:
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This last one is mine:
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4.crested penguin - can't find any other, but it looks great:
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5.cassowary:
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6.kiwi - Bernie Peyton:
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7. sabertooth tiger - me (fully closed, color-changed belly, eyes and fangs):
https://farm3.staticflickr.com/2740/447 ... z.jpg?zz=1
8.centipede - Kota Imai:
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9.platypus:
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10. tasmanian tiger - Akihiro Kosuge:
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11. echidna - Steven Casey:
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12. koala - David Liangue:
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13. dart frog - well, there is Lang's, and then there is mine, probably the one mentioned earlier:
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14. river dolphin - the only one I know of:
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15. scorpion - Kota Imai:
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Artur Biernacki:
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Robert Lang:
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Nguyen Hung Cuong:
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16. hyacynth macaw - Hugo Akitaya:
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17. blue clam - this probably comes the closest to what you're looking for:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/polyscene ... 7/sizes/m/
18. komodo dragon - Leong Cheng Chit:
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19. windscorpion = camel spider - Derek McGann:
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and this one takes the cake:
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Here is my attempt, but it still needs some work:
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20. leatherback turtle - LaFosse:
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This one by Chris Heynen is just as good, only the ridges on the shell are less pronounced:
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21. vampire bat (or just a cool bat) - Yoo tae yong:
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Dan Robinson:
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22. narwhal (Sorry Jared):
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23. pangolin - Eric Joisel:
https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1156/941 ... 22b573.jpg
24. tasmanian devil:
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25. wallaby - Joseph Wu:
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kangaroo - Gen Hagiwara:
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26. tanuki - Satoshi Kamiya:
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27. sun bear - Bernie Peyton:
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28. axolotl - Doba Takahiro:
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29. nudibranch - sea angel - T. A. Richards:
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Glaucus atlanticus - Viktoria Serova:
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Same animal - Derek McGann:
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Sea hare - Kosuge Akihiro:
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30. nautilus - Charles Santee:
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Manuel Sirgo:
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31. pseudoscorpion - Derek McGann:
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Me:
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Also me:
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I only mentioned my models here because I was mentioned by previous commenters ;)
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Re: best models of these animals youve ever seen?

Postby FunnyOcelot5555 » May 10th, 2019, 12:37 am

These are all from my memory, I did not do any research so this list is pretty small.

2) Angler - Robert Lang has a really detailed one; I believe it has teeth and all.
3) Tarantula - Lang and Kota Imai have really detailed ones, Lang's is definitely easier though. It's diagrammed in Origami Insects Vol. II. Imai's uses a waterbomb tessellation for the abdomen. A CP is available in Tanteidan Magazine 170.
7) Sabertooth - Kamiya has an amazing smilodon diagrammed in Works of Satoshi Kamiya 1.
8) Centipede- Brian Chan's Scutigera v2 is amazingly detailed. CP here: http://web.mit.edu/chosetec/www/origami/scutigera2/
11) Echidna - Steven Casey
13) Dart Frog - Lang has a good one in Tanteidan Magazine 131.
15) Scorpion- There are many good scorpion designs, like Lang's and Tadashi Mori's.
20) Leatherback Turtle- Kamiya has a good loggerhead turtle, with diagrams in Tanteidan Book 16. Jang Yong Ik also has a Green Sea Turtle. Sorry, don't know about leatherbacks.
21) Bat- Jeremy Shafer has a cool flapping bat with a video instruction on his Youtube.
25) Kangaroo - Gen Hagiwara's Kangaroo 2015 contains a mother and a baby in the pouch. Diagrams in Spirits of Origami.
30) Nautilus- Manuel Sirgo has a detailed nautilus in Tanteidan Book 13.
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