Own design - Mercury Lampe , Suigintou fm Rozen Maiden

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Own design - Mercury Lampe , Suigintou fm Rozen Maiden

Postby chingwa_golgol » September 25th, 2008, 11:50 am

48x48 box pleading.
own design.
please comment on it.
don't afraid that your comment will hurt me.
i'm optimistic...!
and your comment help me to fold a better one!
And thanks Mr Brian!
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Attempting one:
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Postby angrydemon » September 25th, 2008, 11:54 am

Did you copy Brian Chan?
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Postby chingwa_golgol » September 25th, 2008, 1:19 pm

in fact, my design has a vertical symmetry
while brian chan's has a diagonal symmetry.
totally different :cry:
by the way,
where did u find that photo?
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Postby angrydemon » September 25th, 2008, 3:54 pm

It's in Brian's Flickr gallery: http://www.flickr.com/photos/chosetec/

What I meant was, did you decide to design this model only after seeing Brian's one?
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Postby ori_dragon3 » September 25th, 2008, 4:26 pm

ooh, nice model! try to take a picture with better lighting (I have no idea how :roll: ). also, can you make a coulered(foil) model?
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Postby mrsriggins » September 25th, 2008, 6:47 pm

Yes, Brian's is exceptional but golgol's is still very good, way beyond my skill level when it comes to designing models. Good job golgol!
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Postby chingwa_golgol » September 26th, 2008, 9:22 am

angrydemon wrote:It's in Brian's Flickr gallery: http://www.flickr.com/photos/chosetec/

What I meant was, did you decide to design this model only after seeing Brian's one?

no,
do u remeber midnightbridge?
the one who very good at box pleading.
both of us are chinese.
i've an idea of designing it after seeing his design.
in fact he is extremely great!
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Postby chosetec » September 29th, 2008, 1:32 pm

Brian only folded that after seeing Tachi's and Horiguchi's Rozen maiden so...

As for advice on your model, chingwagolgol, I would say it's certainly a good start on a very complex model, I see that you're getting most of the important parts, and the wings are especially successful. I would recommend that you use thinner paper that is not foil; and to try folding longer arms and legs, and a bigger dress. If you look pictures of anime girls, they have long legs. Another note is to pay a lot of attention to shaping. I think most complex folders spend 90% folding base, and 10% shaping (in terms of time), but honestly I think the best origami is more like 40% folding base, 60% shaping. Ask Joisel... Kamiya...

Good luck, keep up the good work.

angrydemon wrote:It's in Brian's Flickr gallery: http://www.flickr.com/photos/chosetec/

What I meant was, did you decide to design this model only after seeing Brian's one?
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Postby chingwa_golgol » October 3rd, 2008, 9:59 am

chosetec wrote:Brian only folded that after seeing Tachi's and Horiguchi's Rozen maiden so...

As for advice on your model, chingwagolgol, I would say it's certainly a good start on a very complex model, I see that you're getting most of the important parts, and the wings are especially successful. I would recommend that you use thinner paper that is not foil; and to try folding longer arms and legs, and a bigger dress. If you look pictures of anime girls, they have long legs. Another note is to pay a lot of attention to shaping. I think most complex folders spend 90% folding base, and 10% shaping (in terms of time), but honestly I think the best origami is more like 40% folding base, 60% shaping. Ask Joisel... Kamiya...

Good luck, keep up the good work.

angrydemon wrote:It's in Brian's Flickr gallery: http://www.flickr.com/photos/chosetec/

What I meant was, did you decide to design this model only after seeing Brian's one?

made some changes...new photos in #1
but still look awful.......
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Re: Own design - Mercury Lampe , Suigintou fm Rozen Maiden

Postby Andre-4 » October 15th, 2019, 6:44 pm

chingwa_golgol wrote:48x48 box pleading.
own design.
please comment on it.
don't afraid that your comment will hurt me.
i'm optimistic...!
and your comment help me to fold a better one!
And thanks Mr Brian!
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Attempting one:
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This model is quite excellent ..
I believe there is a 64x64 also a 88*
Would really like to know if anyone has Paper Magic ( Shen Gu zhe Shi ) rendition
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