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Re: Sunburst

Postby joshuaorigami » May 6th, 2011, 7:09 am

hahaha! That's awesome! Can you make a cp please?
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Re: Sunburst

Postby polistes » May 6th, 2011, 9:29 am

brilliant you really should make a book
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Re: Sunburst

Postby leung_wwy » May 6th, 2011, 10:50 am

I love those games - and I love your designs especially how you've captured the cheerful faces!!
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Re: Sunburst

Postby orislater » May 6th, 2011, 1:35 pm

those are awesome! can you make cps? btw i folded the heartless shadow but the paper was too small so it didn't look that good. but my friends who play that game still recognized it! :D
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Re: Sunburst

Postby Washi » May 6th, 2011, 7:13 pm

Sunburst... your models are too awesome. :I

How long did it take you to teach yourself this much? :?
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Re: Sunburst

Postby Sunburst » June 30th, 2011, 10:10 pm

Thanks a lot people!

@orislater: then do it with a bigger paper.
@washi: I guess...2-3 years? But that does not count all the exp. from folding before that period.

I've been very occupied lately by the origami olympiad, but here is something I did before that:

Goblin
44x44 boxpleat. I had found a nice head for a goblin and this one came out. His head is pretty detailed for one of my models. The body is inspired by my zombie's.

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Re: Sunburst

Postby redheadorigami » June 30th, 2011, 11:43 pm

Awesome humanoids as always!
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Re: Sunburst

Postby Sunburst » July 8th, 2011, 10:13 pm

Thanks!

Woodstock
13x20 boxpleat. Snoopy's companion from Peanut comic book. Made for a «duel des peupliers» for the french forum.

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For those interested, I updated my flickr galleries with my origami olympiad 2011 contest models.
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Re: Sunburst

Postby Sunburst » July 26th, 2011, 2:01 am

Superman
52x52 boxpleating. For the monthly challenge of the origami forum (flying). I wanted to make Superman ever since making my other superhero model, which gave the base for this one. I honestly don't think the pose could've been any better.

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Alien in UFO
32x64 boxpleating. For the monthly challenge of the origami forum (flying). I wanted to combine my two specialties : my cylinder technique and boxpleated characters. Here's the result. The flying saucer is perfectly round. A small modification to it and the alien could come out of a crater.

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Re: Sunburst

Postby polistes » July 26th, 2011, 7:06 pm

that superman is amazing!!!!!
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Re: Sunburst

Postby Sunburst » August 27th, 2011, 12:10 am

Thanks, polistes!

I didn't create much this summer, so I decided to try and design one model per week for august. So far so good!

Cupid
32x32 boxpleat.For the monthly challenge on the english forum (angels). A more character to what I usually make. The many details were harder to capture in a picture.

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Behind bars
32x48 boxpleat. For a duel on the french forum (inside...). A model giving the impression of depth, almost like a scene by itself. I couldn't make more than 2 bars due to their large paper consumption.

CP available on my first galery

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Native American Chief
52x52 boxpleat. A model thought of about a year ago, but never completed till now. He's not based on a particular tribe, but has a more general native American aspect. I don't like how arms on my models always look shorter when bent on the elbows.

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Re: Sunburst

Postby JeossMayhem » August 27th, 2011, 12:19 am

Whoa, that chief is pretty badass, man. Excellent job!
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Re: Sunburst

Postby joshuaorigami » August 27th, 2011, 12:58 pm

WOOOOOOW! They're amazing! Especially the 'Behind Bars' one. Wow...
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Re: Sunburst

Postby Sunburst » September 24th, 2011, 8:37 pm

Thanks!

New stuff:

Katamari Prince
Body: 16x32 boxpleat; face: 8x10 boxpleat. For the challenge on the english forum. He's the controllable character from the weird Katamari Damacy video game where the goal is to roll up stuff in a ball (a katamari). The prince is made from two rectangles, one for the body and one for the face. The «katamari» is a simple modular from 30 sonobes.

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Gargoyle
48x60 boxpleat. For the Gargoyle challenge. I tried to fold a more classic gargoyle, used as gutter for medieval constructions. The grid used is huge because of the long limbs, but at least you can modify the pose. The head and torso are a bit problematic because of their thickness. The model is also not very photogenic. He looks much better in person.

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Re: Sunburst

Postby Jakeplusplus » September 25th, 2011, 12:21 am

This is the first time I've stumbled upon your work. I must say that I love the video game inspired models. I was just wondering how you started getting into human box-pleated figures because I've done animal models quite well with box pleating, but the human form escapes me. Any hints? (Others CPs or something?)

Anyway the heartless is awesome, I'm a big fan of Square-Enix's games, too. A Sora would be awesome to go along with the heartless. Maybe if I can figure out human figures I'll make a Sora.
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