What have you folded lately?

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Oh, nice! I love it Grace :D. Congratulations on your cool model!
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Elephant butterfly. Not everything is what it seems.
Designer Victoria Serova.

Бабочка-слон. Не все является тем,чем кажется на первый взгляд.
Придумала и сложила Виктория Серова.

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Thank you Gerardo :)
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Victoria Serova wrote: February 11th, 2021, 7:35 pm Elephant butterfly. Not everything is what it seems.
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What an interesting model :-k!
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After the fall, we rise.

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About 6 years ago, I attempted to put together a book about folding rectangles for publication. I completed about 6 chapters and after reviewing the results decided that it just was not working and that I really did not want to sell a book as a product. Part of the problem was that I really needed an editor that could go over the content and suggest improvement. The other problem is that I did not want to take responsibility for a product that people had to pay money for.
I recently reviewed my attempt and decided that it could be a good addition if it were offered free of charge on line where people could make suggestions for improvement and I could make changes as I received valid suggestions. Please realize that I am a self-taught typist who suffers from Dyslexia and sometimes just do not see my mistakes.
The first chapter of the book is available on the following website:

https://www.firstfold.net/
• Click on the top right selection “to Greater Lengths”.

Feel free to offer constructive criticism but keep your comments positive. I will give recognition to those contribute if desired by the person making the contribution. However, this is a free project so do not expect monetary reimbursement. Make you comments either to my face book page or here on the forum. I may be adding an E-Mail or comment section to the website but at the present time none is present.
I will be adding new chapters on a monthly basis.
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Here is the CD mentioned in the first chapter of the book -
it is available free from youtube:



There is NO publicly available CD for this Book.
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I have the whole photo process for suigintou on my drive .Will give it to anyone for help with satoshi kamiya aegis
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I didn't fold it lately :oops:... it's over two months old! I hope you can forgive me, but I did make the animated GIF just a few days ago!

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Bookend, my own origami design. Each one folded from a 32.7 x 16.35 cm (12 7/8 x 6 7/16 in) and around 65 g/m² rectangle of gradient paper... both halves of a square to make the pair.

I'll be teaching how to fold it at the Origami World Marathon OWM2. We'll be 48 international origami creators teaching that weekend: https://www.origami-shop.com/en/access- ... 11874.html

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This cute blue dress here - https://youtu.be/R0YR6V1XyT8. So satisfying! 8)
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Great for little kiddies who like brand new things to play with .It reminds me of Bunty dolls
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My flickr

Sorry for my bad english
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Looks great kex_er!
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Thank you :D
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Sorry for my bad english
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