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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby Merlyngami » February 18th, 2017, 1:05 am

I folded Seth Friedman's deer from a video tutorial on his channel. It's a great model, I highly recommend it :)
ImageDeer by Merlyn Barrer, on Flickr
See some photos on my flickr
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby Ponadr » February 18th, 2017, 9:10 pm

I refolded some of my old modulars, but with better paper this time.

ImagePlatemodular by Joseph Hwang, on Flickr

ImageLumpymodular by Joseph Hwang, on Flickr
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby ginshun » February 20th, 2017, 5:07 pm

ImageFlying Hercules Beetle by ginshun, on Flickr
Designed by Satoshi Kamyia
Folded from Double Unryu

ImageJack in the Box by ginshun, on Flickr
Designed By Max Hulme
Folded from 2:1 rectangle of double unryu

ImageRarity From 9 inch kami by ginshun, on Flickr

folded from 9" square of kami
CP and photo diagrams available on Deviant Art by user Cyberglass
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby Hélios » February 22nd, 2017, 12:03 pm

After a few weeks of impatience, I can finally disclose my Secret Santa folds, as the package made a few unnecessary trips and was opened this week only : the context might be outdated, but the bells are still well theme-related :mrgreen:

Double tissue, 15cm (double bells) & 8cm (single bells)
ImageBells with Ribbon (T. Hojyo) by Helyades

EDIT : Thanks for the correction, Ginshun, I first thought you & Cyberglass were one same person, my bad ^^
You're right kami seems to work well on that design !
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby ginshun » February 22nd, 2017, 2:59 pm

Just for clarity - I am not Cyberglass - that is who designed the CP, but I agree, they did some wonderful folds of if. Once I get some of the right color paper, I think I will do some more, as my kids are big fans of the show. I really hate kami in general, but it worked well for a test fold, and the colors where right for Rarity. Its a fun fold with a weird twist in the collapse.
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby Metangas » February 22nd, 2017, 11:34 pm

My folds aren't photographed that well this time around, but since I don't really have time to fold too often, I wanted to post these two anyway. Better photographs weren't a possibility, since a member of the party and guest lectures association at my part of uni took my models and placed them in their storage :lol:

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Squirrel by Hideo Komatsu, folded by me on Flickr

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Rat by Eric Joisel, folded by me on Flickr

These were folded in a rare breath of spare time. I love the math, magic, sculpturing, dexterity and elegance of this craft, and at times art-form.
Poor student passing by!
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby ginshun » February 24th, 2017, 5:36 pm

Awesome Ryujin Damian! Super clean folding - one of the best that I have ever seen.


ImageSuperhero by ginshun, on Flickr

Designed by Juanfran Carrillo

This was an extremely satisfying model to fold, for me at least. There were a few steps where I was just like "huh?" then had to think about it a bit and then after it was complete I just thought about now neat of a step it was. Great model.
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby Bodo » February 26th, 2017, 1:57 pm

Basilisk version 2
designed and folded by me
35x35 cm handmade paper by John Gerard
36x36 grid
ImageBasilisk ( version 2 ) by bodorigami, auf Flickr
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby origami_8 » February 27th, 2017, 3:15 pm

Nicolas Terry proposed a challenge by offering some photo diagrams for a new cat model of his. He wants us to alter the model in a way to express our own creativity.
https://www.facebook.com/nicolas.terry2 ... 6668414544
I went for a more slender gracile look and came up with the following model.

ImageCat free after Nicolas Terry by origami_8, auf Flickr
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby Hélios » March 4th, 2017, 12:42 pm

I recently found out about the "free diagrams" section on Origami Shop, and especially Adilio Toledo's awesome diagrams of Jairo Araujo's awesome design.

Here is my rendition, which is almost too thick to shape the round exteriors properly. And it ended in something roughly the size of yellow coins, so I went for the obvious analogy ^.^

Double tissue, 7cm
ImageSuper Mario Logo (J. Araujo) by Helyades


Oh, and thanks for the pointers, Anna, I'll definitely have a look at Nicolas' challenge :D
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby greencube07 » March 7th, 2017, 4:58 pm

Image丁酉年(2017) by Hyun Seok Kang, Flickr에서

Image丁酉年(2017) by Hyun Seok Kang, Flickr에서

Image丁酉年(2017) by Hyun Seok Kang, Flickr에서


It’s been a while since I posted the last design ; I think I really haven’t been much on Flickr and the forum since the end of 2016, so yeah, it’s my first post on 2017 :))
Great to see you guys again! I know that it’s been a while since the followers in Flickr have gone over 500, and I really appreciate you guys for the support! I would have uploaded a thank-you post earlier but I’ve been really busy making a book of mine and designing, drawing diagrams for that, so sorry and thanks again!!!! :P
Since it’s the year of Red Chicken(丁酉年), I designed and folded a chicken right after the new year started. The model was finished in January and my friend uploaded the pictures elsewhere instead of me(since I was too busy), so I believe some of you guys would have already saw the design.
I don’t really like to use box-pleat technique ‘cause that doesn’t really fit my designs and I can’t really use it well, but since it’s new year, I gave it a try!
I saw a lot of chicken designs but most of them were rooster, so I folded a hen.
Hope you guys like it and see you soon again! :D
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby Damian Malicki » March 7th, 2017, 5:38 pm

Rhinoceros designed by Noboru Miyajima, folded by me

ImageRhinoceros designed by Noboru Miyajima, folded by me by Damian Malicki Origami, on Flickr
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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby Damian Malicki » March 11th, 2017, 7:03 pm

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Re: What have you folded lately?

Postby Hélios » March 16th, 2017, 12:49 pm

So much skill in that case, Damian, that's very impressive !

Let me go for smaller and slightly more figurative, with 3 recent models :

The subject of the March Folding Challenge on the French forum : D.A. Tu's coccinellidae. Double tissue, 7cm. Almost real-size ^.^
ImageCoccinellidae (D.A. Tu) by Helyades

Robin Glynn's canon, far from real size, as I wanted to try another miniature fold and I'm very fond of this design, both easy and realistic. Double tissue, 4cm
ImageCanon (R. Glynn) by Helyades

And Adilio Toledo's very cute Dratini, wich I really enjoyed folding and shaping in the contorted posture of Pokémon #147. Double tissue, 10cm
ImageDratini (A. Toledo) by Helyades
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