Doing a Model without diagram or CP

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how about chris palmer's hat tent
my flickr tissue foil is for noobs! mc FTW!!!!
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orislater wrote:how about chris palmer's hat tent
If you thought this was a thread to request models for which there are CP's or diagrams, you're wrong. If you did not think so, I don't see the point of your post.
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i just wanted to try to reverse engineer it
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Then your post should have stated so.

Sorry I don't mean to sound picky but there are some authors that I have in great regard, Chris Palmer is one of them and it is a known fact that he doesn't want his work freely available for the general public.

Still if you check the videos on the Chris Palmer's Hat Tent--CP or Folding Information? thread that you already know, you might find some clues.
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yeah i looked at that. ill probably just buy boxes collection 1
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could you reverse engineer guspath go's firedrake, its something of a beauty to me
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John McKeever's Octagram (I think this would be the name). A simplified version of his hexadecagram.
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Very pretty, you've done a good job on this one.
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Thanks Anna, the original one is nicer, but I wasn't able to cut an accurate hexadecagon. Now Jared has given me a method for that which I plan using soon.
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Designed by Sipho Mabona

Fold from photo in Sipho's gallerie

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Oh my god that is amazing! great job! =D>
E=mc^2- Exellence= MC on a square

...or CMC....
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Jean-Baptiste Vincent's Tessellation Fractale:

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even though mine house is not great i made this from Anermak photo
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Not too bad, Trouble, you did a great job. Is it just an intersecting pleat then made 3D?
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Trouble wrote:even though mine house is not great i made this from Anermak photo
It works for me.
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