Shuki Kato's book

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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby origami-artist-galen » December 27th, 2012, 4:37 am

cowburger13 wrote:Merry Christmas! Take a break from diagramming and go be with your family :mrgreen:


Thanks Justin, and a late Merry Christmas to you as well;) So... 140 steps into the flying hercules beetle now, should finish in the next day or two.
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby GWB origami » December 28th, 2012, 12:10 am

i was wondering if i could possibly test fold some of your models? i couldn't do some of them, i'm sure but it would be great if i could try.
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby cowburger13 » December 28th, 2012, 1:03 am

Be warned, they are very hard :lol:
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby origami-artist-galen » December 28th, 2012, 9:27 am

GWB origami wrote:i was wondering if i could possibly test fold some of your models? i couldn't do some of them, i'm sure but it would be great if i could try.


Perhaps later ;)

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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby cowburger13 » January 6th, 2013, 3:29 pm

Looks nice!
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby Tahaorigami » January 10th, 2013, 7:09 pm

Hi Shuki
I am really looking forward to your book because I LOVE your models especially the dinosaurs. It would be a dream come true folding such fantastic models.
Thank you for working hard and diagramming your models. :D
I am really excited to see your new book.
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby cowburger13 » January 17th, 2013, 3:37 pm

I'm not sure if using Shuki's western dragon as your icon is a good idea. :roll: Maybe use your own fold instead.
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby Tahaorigami » January 17th, 2013, 3:47 pm

Ok Thanks for the advice
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby origami deadspace » January 29th, 2013, 1:28 pm

may i test fold your kabutomushi please?
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby origami-artist-galen » January 30th, 2013, 1:07 am

Tahaorigami wrote:Hi Shuki
I am really looking forward to your book because I LOVE your models especially the dinosaurs. It would be a dream come true folding such fantastic models.
Thank you for working hard and diagramming your models. :D
I am really excited to see your new book.

Thanks, I appreciate it very much!

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Sorry, no. I probably let more people than necessary test fold it already ;)
Yeah it's been a while and what I'm doing at the moment is diagramming the new root borer at a snail's pace. After that, I can't say for sure.
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby cowburger13 » January 30th, 2013, 2:12 am

I'd love to see your wolf and goldfish diagrammed.
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby dragonaura » January 31st, 2013, 9:01 am

I'm new to posting on this forum (although I have been lurking around here for quite a while) and after looking through your flickr I was compelled to say that I love your models and if I got my hands on your book it would take pride of place along side my other origami books. I do have some questions for you though but they might not be answerable yet.
I know most people here are probably more interested in the complex and super complex side of origami but are you considering including some of your intermediate models and whether they would be printed in order of difficulty? I've read several pages of this thread (some but not all) and only asked this because sometimes I find that it's nice to have a lead up to very hard models.
I know there were suggestions for ebooks and various formats but if you came out with a printed version where would you be selling it from? I would love to have this book but I would be greatly disappointed if I found out your avenue of choice wouldn't sell to my country (of course it would be no fault of yours but sometimes these things happen.) Origami-shop would be the best place for everyone one all over the world but if you choose to go somewhere else we would all try to get a copy from there.
I've actually forgotten my other questions in the course of typing this so I will probably be back. That model completed picture looks very exciting!
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby Tahaorigami » January 31st, 2013, 10:35 am

I would love to see your Giganotosarus diagrammed.
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby camicazi » January 31st, 2013, 6:59 pm

I think everyone here would love to see the giganotosaurus diagrammed, but I think that the time it would take is kinda unpractical.
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby phillipcurl » January 31st, 2013, 7:13 pm

Shuki actually has quite a few steps done on it. I think around 30, last time he told me. That was several months ago, though.
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