Brian Chan origami book

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Brian Chan origami book

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Guys,

Brian is asking what is your favorites model to be diagrammed in his book !!! :D/

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Brian-Cha ... opic=12433
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TheRealChris wrote:Hideo Komatsus Lion [img]http://freenet-homepage.de/origamichris ... ofl0ne.gif[/img]
LOL :lol:

By the way what so great about Komatsu's Lion ?
It look way better if compare to Kamiya's one (just my humble opinion though :oops: )
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Post by gachepapier »

Rei v.3, Wall-e, the fiddler crab

- a book comprising any one of these would definitely make its way onto my bookshelf and see me trying :)
mes p'tits plis (now also in English)
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Is this for real ??
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Post by aces21 »

Well I would have said mayfly, but looks like its already in there.

Better start saving now!
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Brian making a book! Wow!

I would like these models:

Mens et Manus 2
Scolopteruga
Wall-e
Ironman
Rozen Maiden
Rei v3
Attack of the Kraken

Dunno if I'm asking too much... :lol:
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Post by topsu »

Brian already diagrammed that. In three easy steps....
Seriously thinking, it would be rather weird. It would take forever to diagram. All those collapses, precreases and shaping - hundreds of steps...
I would like a kind of shaping guide after the base though. It would be cool.
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Post by bethnor »

well, since the book is being published by gallery origami house, we can expect it sometime in 2020.

sorry, couldn't resist.
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Post by Wizmatt »

I guess he could fill out some of the book with diagrams published in tanteidan publications, like Kamiya.

I would like to see his Chimp and Crow in his book particularly, and of course his fantastic grasshoppers.
More photos on my flickr
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Well, topsu already said this, but Brian Chan made a videodiagram for Mens at Munus! Three easy steps!

You've probably already seen this, as it was on youtube a while ago, but here it is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9h1Og9KdL08
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Well thats a book to look forward to :D ill make my input =P
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insaneorigami wrote:Well, topsu already said this, but Brian Chan made a videodiagram for Mens at Munus! Three easy steps!
i need help with step 2. can anyone post photodiagrams?
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Brian making a book! Wow!

I would like these models:

Mens et Manus 2
Scolopteruga
Wall-e
Ironman
Rozen Maiden
Rei v3
Attack of the Kraken

Dunno if I'm asking too much...
I would want this as well! This is great he is making a book!!! :D
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Lizard, hermit crab(s), nekobus, and shrimp!
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