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Any Guspath Go diagrams?

Postby origami obsessed person » November 6th, 2008, 11:44 pm

Hello,

Do any of you guys have any Guspath Go diagrams? Particularily his Goldendrake diagrams? Any others are also appreciated. However, if you don't have them, then where can I get them? Any help is greatly appreciated. :)
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Postby ahudson » November 7th, 2008, 2:23 am

I'd try google if I were you.... the two sites that have his diagrams are at the top of the list. search "guspath go origami".

That and the origami database (http://db.origami.com/). The whole reason that website was created was to answer this sort of question.

If you still can't find the diagrams you're looking for, they probably don't exist, and asking for them here won't get you anywhere. Do a little research of your own, ok?
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Postby BluePaper » November 7th, 2008, 9:08 pm

So you know, he doesn't have any diagrams for any of his complex models. Only his simple ones, the lion, the welsh corgi, and the mouse.(I think thats all of them).

He hasn't even really released any crease patterns for most of his complex stuff. The closest you'll get is that photo-diagram thing for his gryphon.
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Postby Morgan » November 7th, 2008, 9:28 pm

man i've been really rying hard to ge thte "simple dragon" right. he says on a deviant art post that it is from a blintz fish base. heh, no luck yet.. but alot of cool doodle models have arisen as a result :) one day! and then i'll get to post it on the folded from picture and no cp no diagram topic :D :D :D
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Postby eric_son » November 7th, 2008, 11:17 pm

BluePaper wrote:So you know, he doesn't have any diagrams for any of his complex models. Only his simple ones, the lion, the welsh corgi, and the mouse.(I think thats all of them).


You forgot Hippogriff v1.0. :) That one is diagrammed as well.
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Postby origami obsessed person » November 8th, 2008, 3:42 am

to ahudson: not to be a snob, but i looked at the origami database, and his website, but saw that he said he had diagrams for certain models, but they didn't exist. :? anyway, thanks for the responses. i'm a little disappointed though, seeing as how he said he had diagrams for his models (or some of them atleast). oh well. thanks everyone!
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Postby origami_8 » November 8th, 2008, 10:18 am

Maybe he plans to combine them to a book at some time?
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Postby Nick » November 8th, 2008, 2:09 pm

Guspath's "Welsh Corgi" is in my book Picture Perfect Origami

http://www.nickrobinson.info/origami/books/picture_perfect.htm

and his "Mouse" is in my dummies book

http://www.nickrobinson.info/origami/books/dummies.htm

As you can tell, I'm a big fan of his work!
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Postby Rdude » November 8th, 2008, 7:53 pm

I really hope he releases diagrams, or at least a cp of his Hippogriff v3, that model is sweet!

Has anyone on this forum tried to fold his gryphon from the partial photo diagram? I am thinking of trying it out.

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Postby Morgan » November 8th, 2008, 8:43 pm

hey, so im pretty close to the simple dragon now!!



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the head is a little shakey, but i get the concept. i mainly having trouble with the inside of the body..like where the wings meet the tail....ehh oh well one day!! so close!!! and no cp or anything!!!!
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Postby Morgan » November 8th, 2008, 9:00 pm

oh, and know what? i think his gryphon, firedrake/goldendrake, pegasus, etc.. all comes from the same type of base maybe... the one he has picture diagram for..cause like the gryphon photo diagram is very vague, so it just hit my mind that maybe this is mainly a base, a base for almost ANY winged thingy... :D :D i shall try it out
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Postby redgator12 » February 11th, 2009, 5:46 am

Right now I'm working on the Gryphon in class. I believe I know what base it comes from. I will post pictures of how to make the missing steps if I ever get to it. If you still are looking for the diagrams for his Gryphon they can be found here: http://design.origami.free.fr/bestof/go ... essmax.jpg

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Postby origami-brasil » February 12th, 2009, 12:37 am

I never could fold that Gryphon... The model simply did not come out the way it should do... I think I haven't did some sinks... this sinks are suposed to be missing in that photodiagrams.. something between 9 and 10 steps...

Well, good luck for you! Keep trying guys...
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Postby mrsriggins » February 12th, 2009, 8:05 pm

The crease pattern for his butterfly, the partial diagram of the gryphon, the first version diagram of the hippogriff, cp for corgi, cp for lion, cp for cat, fox diagram, and regualr computer mouse diagram can all be found on Nicholas Terry's site in the diagrams section under Guspath Go.

Diagram for the lion can be found on Guspath's deviant : http://guspath.deviantart.com/gallery/#_browse/scraps
as well as cp for werewolf: http://guspath.deviantart.com/art/Werew ... n-23268835
Diagram for Corgi: http://guspath.deviantart.com/art/Welsh ... l-18765923
And CP for Demonman: http://guspath.deviantart.com/art/Demon ... d-14881153

I think some of them I repeated but oh well. These are all the ones I know of.
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Re: Any Guspath Go diagrams?

Postby thedeadsmellbad » May 21st, 2019, 2:45 am

He also has helpful hints hidden in his comments section, I found some that made more sense than they did 14 years ago so I gave his simple dragon a try, the head is definitely tricky, it's going to take a few tries to get right, heres what I got first time around.

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