William Frye

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William Frye

Postby Will_Frye » March 20th, 2017, 11:18 pm

Hello, I've been following this forum for years, thought I should join finally.

here are some stuff I've folded:

Image20170320_144553 by William Frye, on Flickr

Image20170320_140729 by William Frye, on Flickr

Image20170320_143642 by William Frye, on Flickr

Image20170320_140910 by William Frye, on Flickr

Image20170320_142051 by William Frye, on Flickr

Image20170320_141518 by William Frye, on Flickr

Image20170320_142428 by William Frye, on Flickr

Image20170320_142305 by William Frye, on Flickr
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Re: William Frye

Postby NeverCeaseToCrease » May 11th, 2017, 4:10 am

These are seriously amazing. I see a lot of Satoshi Kamiya models there, some that I've folded but yours look a lot better.

The two that caught my attention are the boat on the third shelf and the sith/jedi on the last page. I've seen those models in other places before, but I've never seen a crease pattern or diagrams.

Otherwise, I'm in the same boat as you: I've been following this forum for a while and only until recently did I actually create an account.

So, um... welcome, I guess, even though you've been here longer than I have!
Who am I?
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Gallery of my own designs with some CPs: https://goo.gl/CtdVzv

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Re: William Frye

Postby Kabuntan » May 11th, 2017, 10:36 am

I'd say the boat is the full-rigged ship of Patricia Crawford from "Creating Origami" by J.C. Nolan (or "Origami Step by Step" by Robert Harbin), while the Jedi/Sith model is a variation on Kamiya Satoshi's wizard from his first book "Works of Satoshi Kamiya 1995 - 2003".
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Re: William Frye

Postby Will_Frye » May 11th, 2017, 4:10 pm

Thanks alot! Yeah the Sith is Kamiya's wizard. I believe the ship is Robert Harbin but its been years since I folded it and im not at home to check.
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Re: William Frye

Postby Bahamut86 » May 11th, 2017, 9:13 pm

Tremendous work! Only yesterday I finished the Lyrebird I had lost months ago. I am addicted to Kamiya's work. I have yet to fold the Phoenix, Dragons, and Minotaur again.
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Re: William Frye

Postby Can Cebeci » June 21st, 2017, 8:02 am

Wow! The sith looks great. Kamiya's wizard is one of my favourite models so I guess I'll give the sith a try. From my observation, you shaped the head into a hood and twisted the staff around to make the saber. Is there anything I'm missing? Also for the color change on the saber, the first method that came to mind is unsinking/stretching open some of the pleats in the staff and sort of wrapping them on it. An outside reverse fold kind of thing might work too but the paper should be too thick for that. How did you do it?
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