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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » November 3rd, 2014, 11:19 pm

Hello everybody,

this is my own design.

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After folding 'Tired' and 'Very tired' the idea of a sleeping man using the same folding filosofy came to my mind. Designing this model was easy. It is also a 3x1 rectangle (22x66 cm). The key to a succeful model is the shaping part. I used wet folding techniques to shape the pillow and blanquets trying to make them look like real fabric. The paper is blue Geltex glued to orange silk

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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » November 6th, 2014, 11:41 pm

And now a photo of the complete family:


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There will be more!!!

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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » December 16th, 2014, 8:28 pm

Hi, preparing my next musician. Here is the drum:

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Folded from a 20x20 cm double kozo square paper. One side painted with dark brown acrylic. The drumsticks are folded from a 8x4 cm rectangle kozo paper painted with black acrylic. The final diameter of the drum is 5.3 cm.

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Re: Picaruelo

Postby Shepster » December 17th, 2014, 12:49 pm

Picaruelo - your work is absolutely amazing and breathtaking. I especially love the animal figurines you makes. You have the proportions established perfectly. Also the Christmas scenery is incredible. I hope you're praised artist in Spain because you definitely deserve it!
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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » December 28th, 2014, 8:34 pm

Shepster wrote:Picaruelo - your work is absolutely amazing and breathtaking. I especially love the animal figurines you makes. You have the proportions established perfectly. Also the Christmas scenery is incredible. I hope you're praised artist in Spain because you definitely deserve it!


Thank you very much for your kind words. These days some of the models from the Christmas Scenery are on display in the Origami Museum (EMOZ) http://www.emoz.es/ in Zaragoza.

And now I show you my next dwarf:

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The dwarf is folded from a 60x60 cm kozo square paper. Final height of the model is 22 cm. Drum folded from a 20x20 cm double kozo square paper. One side painted with dark brown acrylic. The drumsticks are folded from a 8x4 cm rectangle kozo paper painted with black acrylic. The final diameter of the drum is 5.3 cm.

You can see more on this model in my blog http://picaruelo-english.blogspot.com.es/ or http://www.picaruelo.com

Merry Christmas!!!
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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » January 14th, 2015, 12:29 am

Hi,

here is the CP of my drum. As always you can see more on this model in my blog http://picaruelo-english.blogspot.com.es/

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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » January 16th, 2015, 8:25 pm

Hi,

This model is a deduction of Fernando Gilgado's model "The Dancing Skeleton". You can see the original here:https://www.flickr.com/photos/gilgado/12252027414/: . The head and the hips are different. I designed it for the exhibition that is taking place in Madrid from the 15th of January to the 15th of February. It is located in Centro Cultural Pilar Miró. Pza/ Antonio Maria Segovia s/n

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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » February 5th, 2015, 11:40 pm

Hi,

this is a model I have designed during this last Christmas. It represents a noble woman. It is folded from a 45x45 cm kozo paper. The final height of the model is 20.5 cm

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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » February 8th, 2015, 10:03 pm

Hi,

This is an origami recreation of a Spanish School in the 1960s. It has been folded by members of the AEP in Madrid for an exhibition that is taking place in Madrid from the 15th of January to the 28th of February. It is located in Centro Cultural Pilar Miró. Pza/ Antonio Maria Segovia s/n
More photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/aepmadrid/

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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » February 22nd, 2015, 11:31 pm

Hi everybody,

my ninth musician for the band, a woman. She is folded from a 45x45 cm kozo square paper. Final height of the model is 20,5 cm. Trombone folded from a 36x6 cm kozo paper painted with deep gold acrylic. The final length of the trombone is 9 cm.

You can see more on this model in my blog http://picaruelo-english.blogspot.com.es/


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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » April 26th, 2015, 7:13 pm

Hi, my new creation:

THE BEAR AND THE STRAWBERRY TREE

The Bear and the Strawberry Tree is the symbol of Madrid. It is part of its coat of arms. It is also a popular statue in the city center. I have folded it from a 96x96 cm square paper. What I like about this model is that it is half crumpled (tree) and half folded (bear). I am happy with the result althought I think I can still improve it modelling better legs and closing the back of the bear.

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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » May 10th, 2015, 11:05 pm

Hi, today I present my 10th musician, the sousaphonist:

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Dwarf folded from a 63x63 cm square kozo paper. The model is a slight modification of Joisel's dwarf, adding two grafts to get a big moustache and squared shoes. Sousaphone folded from a 24x72 cm isosceles triangle kozo paper painted with deep gold acrylic. You can see more on this model in my blog http://picaruelo-english.blogspot.com.es

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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » June 8th, 2015, 8:29 pm

Hi,

my last model is my final dwarf in my music band. The harpist:

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Dwarf folded from a 63x63 cm square kozo paper. The model is a slight modification of my Mylady to add pigtails and shoes. Harp folded from a 50x4,17 cm kozo rectangle kozo paper painted with brown water colour. The strings are narrow stripes of kozo paper (1mm wide). The model was designed by Eric Joisel and deduced and released by Ricardo Montecinos. The stool is my own design, folded from a square of 260 grams paper painted with black acrylic.

You can see more on this composition in my blog http://picaruelo-english.blogspot.com.es

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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » June 18th, 2015, 10:39 pm

Hi everybody,

today I want to show 4 CPs. Two of them my own designs, Milady and my harpist. The third is a modification of Joisel's dwarf and the last one the deduction of Joisel's sousaphone.

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As always,you can find more information about the models in my blog: http://picaruelo-english.blogspot.com.es/2015/02/the-trombonist.html

Have a good folding time!!!
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Re: Picaruelo

Postby picaruelo » June 21st, 2015, 10:16 pm

Hi everybody,

after one year of hard work I can finally show you the result of my great origami project: my own version of Joisel's Great Origami Jazz Band.

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You can find all about this project in my blog http://picaruelo-english.blogspot.com.es

Thank you to all of you that have helped me with this project, with your comments, advices or simply by looking at the photos and comments I have been releasing during this last year.

A project ends and another one will soon begin :D

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