Shibaraku- Hojyo Takashi

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Shibaraku- Hojyo Takashi

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Two quesions about this brilliant model

Does anyone know how to get the reference points for this model?
Can anyone translate this page http://www.geocities.co.jp/HeartLand-Oa ... araku2.gif ?
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Has anyone here folded this model?
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The only one I know in here who folded this model is Artur Biernacki: http://www.origami.art.pl/galeria_wyswi ... l=1&id=689
So long and keep folding ^_^
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thut wrote:Two quesions about this brilliant model

Does anyone know how to get the reference points for this model?
Can anyone translate this page http://www.geocities.co.jp/HeartLand-Oa ... araku2.gif ?
You can get a little more help on http://www.geocities.co.jp/HeartLand-Oa ... araku.html , there are others CPs, that looks like "progressive CP".
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Iv'e found the reference point needed to find all of the creases, i's so simple I'm suprised I didn't see it earlier. :oops:

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You can get even more reference points using kite-folds like this:
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So long and keep folding ^_^
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My idea - How folded Shibaraku from Cp:
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That is a gret method I will try it some day
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I have said it once, and I will say it again: Artur Biernacki is a master of the CP's!
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Can anyone tell me which flaps become what in the model? cough*Artur Biernacki*cough :D
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Thank you Arthur!!!! I love this model, I am looking forward to folding with your help. 8)
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woot!!!! I folded it ....not very well.........but I folded it!
I will post my second attempt some time in the future.
Thanks for all the help! wooot!!
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Hello All,

I hope this thread is not dead. Let me give you some information on me and then I have two questions.
In August I am testing for a black belt in Aikido. The sensei who will be grading me is travelling from the UK to Washington State to present a week long seminar, culminating with a few of us grading. I thought it would be appropriate to go for the "black belt" of origami and fold Shibaraku to present to him as a gift. Are there any updated photo sets other than Mummykicks flicker sets? All of the Image Shack sets referenced here seem to be gone.
I have some large paper, and my research indicates that the finished figure will be about 1/3 the height of the length of one edge of the original square,. So, if I want a finished figure of about 30cm in height, I should start with a square of about 90cm x 90cm. Am I correct in my take on sizing?
Thank you for any input.
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