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What have you folded lately?

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I folded Brills Horse, and created a monkey!
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in the last days, I was folding a T-Rex skeletton. I'm finished with all but the tail (what could become the hardes part of all).
I's really a strange feeling to fold a couple of days just on one single model :)

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i have folded some modulars

1. icosahedron with 30 units
2. polyhedra with 30 units
3. octahedron with 12 units (mini-version)

not dificult, but looks phantastic!
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I hadn't done any folding for quite awhile, but then I spent an entire day folding a couple of dragons as a gift for a friend. I felt so much better when I was done! :D
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Jen wrote:I spent an entire day folding a couple of dragons as a gift for a friend. I felt so much better when I was done! :D


wich dragon u have folded?
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Sorry! I guess i should have mentioned that! :oops: Ooops!

I folded Wu's eastern Dragon in shiny red paper, and Charles Esseltine's Dragon in Flight in green florist's foil, just as he recommended. :) My friend said that, while he likes them both, the green one is his favorite, and it should be since it took me many more hours than the red one! LOL
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Not folded much lately, but will be folding a lot of the Komatsu stuff in preperation to the BOS convention next week.

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be sure to take 400 pictures!
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or even more!! :)

detailed photos, espacialy close ups are very welcome! ;)
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Last night I folde Kasahara's llama, donkey and two cubes that unfold into cube with an octahedron projecting out of it.

The octahedron cube looks pretty cool.
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I'll try to take as many pics as I can, but I can't promise there will be over 400!

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i have folded the druidika from the starwars ori-page..
done with 2 squares and looks cool! (have to do some changes on the finished model)
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I spent 15 hours in a car this weekend.

I folded from one of Montrolls books
all from 6 inch kami

Kangaroo
T-rex
bear

elephant
crab (the hardest one, I used blue kami, and my fingers were blue after I was done.)
peace dove

I got dark out so I folded in the dark w/out looking

I produced montrolls turtle. ( i memorized the folding sequence)

I think that is all.
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today i have folded a sparrow of 4 cm paper..
i realy like this model.. it looks so real... gonna try it wet folded now :lol:
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I folded a Kawasaki rose out of that odd plastic mesh stuff. It was quite awkward (it's hard to see the creases you've made) but it turned out OK in the end.
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