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Re: Phillip Curl

PostPosted: June 1st, 2014, 7:11 pm
by origamipete
great designs and renditions! :)

Re: Phillip Curl

PostPosted: July 3rd, 2014, 2:21 pm
by phillipcurl
Well, lets give this another shot. I've posted a ton of photos since the last update, so I'll just post what are in my opinion the best ones.

ImageJapanese Maple Leaf by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageShuki Kato's titan beetle (test fold) by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageFlying Hercules Beetle - Shuki Kato by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageSatoshi Kamiya Plesiosaur by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageJapanese tree frog test fold by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageJapanese Tree Frog (2) by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageShark - Nguyen Ngoc Vu by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageTortoise - Nguyen Hung Cuong by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageTyrannosaurus Rex skeleton - Issei Yoshino by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageStyracosaurus - Satoshi Kamiya by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageLongheaded Locust - Satoshi Kamiya by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageAnkylosaurus - Ronald Koh by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

ImageSlug by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

Any feedback would be appreciated, either on flickr or here.

Re: Phillip Curl

PostPosted: July 5th, 2014, 6:57 am
by origamifan11
Wow! All your models are very well folded and you have chosen good colours for them too. Keep up the brilliant work!

Re: Phillip Curl

PostPosted: July 5th, 2014, 9:56 am
by origamipete
I can't find anything to nitpick about here! :) All of them are very well done!

Re: Phillip Curl

PostPosted: September 21st, 2014, 1:07 pm
by phillipcurl
Have fun :D
ImageSlug Diagrams by Phillip Curl, on Flickr

Re: Phillip Curl

PostPosted: January 15th, 2018, 12:49 pm
by Andre-4
The Ankylosaurus by Ronald koh was intricate I don't know what size paper you used? but there are steps where you divide the paper into 24.then 48 then 96 so that's v.fine work for single sheet ..
For the scales hhmm lolzies ..and I just thought( ain't nobody got time for that)
The biggest box grid I've done up to now is 80*80

Re: Phillip Curl

PostPosted: January 29th, 2018, 1:58 am
by phillipcurl
I believe that I used a 50x50 CM sheet, so about 20 inches. That model took ages and I would not recommend folding it if you don't like carpal tunnel!

Anyways, here is a couple new folds for this page considering I forgot about it for the last 4 years :mrgreen:

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