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1. 10 cm
2. silver/gray
3. thin
4. Not sure
5. anything that looks nice
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Make a rhinoceros! John Montroll made a couple nice ones, like Origami Sculptures and African Animals.
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Sadly, I don't have that book, but a rhinoceros is a good idea.
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1.40cm
2.green
3.very thin
4.origamido
5.complex :D

was thinking about taking up LSD
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To redheadorigami:

A vase of roses. There's an awesome model by Fred Rohm in Robert Harbin's "Origami 4" It starts with an offset preliminary base, thinning down the sides, spread squashing the tip to get a stand for the vase, colour changing the tips and forming them into roses.

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Kafar wrote:was thinking about taking up LSD


Don't let the Drug Enforcement Agency see this.
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Kafar wrote:1.40cm
2.green
3.very thin
4.origamido
5.complex :D

was thinking about taking up LSD

if youre good at CPs then try kamiyas praying mantis. its a fantastic model.
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hahahahaha
my flickr tissue foil is for noobs! mc FTW!!!!
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Post by Omelette »

Size: 35 cm
Colors: Green and white (double sided)
Thickness: Around 60 gsm
Paper: Kami
What am I willing to fold: Nothing too complex but takes advantage of a color change. Kami rips easily XP
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origami_8 wrote:To redheadorigami:

A vase of roses. There's an awesome model by Fred Rohm in Robert Harbin's "Origami 4" It starts with an offset preliminary base, thinning down the sides, spread squashing the tip to get a stand for the vase, colour changing the tips and forming them into roses.

thankyou!
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1. between 30 cm and 46 cm havent cut it yet
2. silver on one side and beige on the other
3.thin
4.double tissue
5. some thing complex where sivler shows up good and doenent have to much colour change
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trouble, try one of brian chans iron men, they have alot of colour change.
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Post by origamifreak_1.6180339889 »

1) 8 1/2 inches
2) off white
3) thick
4) parchment
5) complex. preferably wetfolded
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redheadorigami wrote:trouble, try one of brian chans iron men, they have alot of colour change.
. I ment not alot of colour change sorry if that was unclear and I don't think I'm advanced enough to fold those
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oh sorry!
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