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tskorigami

PostPosted: October 27th, 2012, 4:04 pm
by newbpcpfolder
hey, my name is JS, I've been here for a while but only now have i decided to make a gallery for myself =D
i'm gonna start out with my oldest fold, chronologically, and i'll only post the best of what i have; i don't wanna spam my first post. all of these are designed by me, unless otherwise mentioned ;)
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petr stuchly - hermit crab
one of my favorite models in origami ever =D it was what got me into the whole boxpleating thing! it's very special to me; i still have it from over 2 years ago (when i first got into folding)
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eagle by me, structure inspired by kade chan's werewolf =)
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deer by me. one of my most complex packings. note: i folded it yesterday, but i'm posting it here to maintain chronological order.
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fiddler crab
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crab. this is based on a similar structure as the fiddler, just repositioned.
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longhorn beetle by me, i think this was inspired by something pete put up on his flickr photostream =D
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dragonfly by me. it's an experiment with diagonal symmetry which has turned out successful! :D
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stag beetle - co designed by petr stuchly =D
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scorpion - not one of my best (i don't even like it) but whatever ^^
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flying cockchafer - one of my best packings in a cp yet; it's based entirely off a 32x32 grid =D
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cyclommatus metallifer - my best stag beetle yet! the jaws can be longer but whatever, that was the best i could fit on a 40x40 grid.
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flying samurai helmet beetle - i have a better version now, but i still gotta fold it :B
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samurai helmet beetle - my best samurai helmet beetle yet! it even has eyes _OO_ (those are supposed to be antennae XD)
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flying mantis
aaaand this is out of chronological order but this is personally my favorite design of my own:
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rose, dedicated to mckayla rose maroney, because reasons (≧◡≦)

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: October 27th, 2012, 4:12 pm
by cowburger13
fantastic work! those flying insects are my favorite along with the rose.

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: October 27th, 2012, 4:39 pm
by newbpcpfolder
thanks, justin :D much appreciated!
i'll hopefully have something up in the next week, probably my flying samurai helmet beetle, i'm excited to fold that one =D or the wheel bug. :D

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: October 28th, 2012, 3:22 pm
by GWB origami
my favorites are the cyclommatus metallifer and the kabutomushi

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: October 28th, 2012, 3:55 pm
by newbpcpfolder
thank you GWB :D much appreciated! :D i'm rather fond of the cyclommatus, it's one of my most detailed insects so far, and yes, the kabutomushi too! i'm so proud of those eyes O.O
i'm doing another fold of the cyclommatus, hopefully it'll be up before tomorrow =)

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: October 29th, 2012, 2:42 pm
by newbpcpfolder
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cyclommatus metallifer final fold
not the best but i kinda rushed it and wasn't properly interested :/
well anyhow i'll be folding my flying samurai helmet beetle next, the cp is both on my deviantart and flickr accounts ^^

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: October 31st, 2012, 3:42 pm
by newbpcpfolder
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flying samurai helmet beetle by me =D (an improvement over the one featured in the first post of this topic).
apart from the thoracic horn and head area, i really like how this has turned out ^^

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: November 4th, 2012, 3:48 am
by chesscuber98
whats the paper you are using?
Where are you getting this in India?

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: November 6th, 2012, 1:35 pm
by newbpcpfolder
i use tracing paper ;)
i believe you can buy it at any stationery store. i buy it at our local stationery.
i mean, it's not really that good for super complex models, like, say, which require large grids (like 48x48), but it works nicely enough most of the time.

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: November 7th, 2012, 5:04 am
by chesscuber98
I get 2 types of tracing paper in delhi...
1 is heavy and thick and holds creases quite well
the other is very thin.

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: November 7th, 2012, 5:07 pm
by newbpcpfolder
eh, well, i get two varieties as well, but one is waxy but the other is normal paper, which are kinda more thinner than other papers (which is what i use) ;)
it isn't too good to fold many-layered models (not necessarily 'super complex' as that might imply), and it's a bit difficult for thinning out flaps after folding the base, but i try to work it out anyhow XD

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: November 9th, 2012, 6:32 pm
by newbpcpfolder
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flying mantis - final fold
imo not very good, but whatever :( i'm not in the mood to fold or design at all nowadays. i've found a new hobby in drawing, i'll be working on that meanwhile...

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: January 15th, 2013, 8:30 am
by newbpcpfolder
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My new longhorn beetle, which i designed as an improvement over my previous one :)
My first good, successful model in ages...

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: January 21st, 2013, 2:38 am
by newbpcpfolder
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My new Euthysanius beetle =D

Re: tskorigami

PostPosted: January 27th, 2013, 11:28 am
by newbpcpfolder
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Wheel Bug by me =D