Doing a Model without diagram or CP

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Harpseal wrote:What, did you make those models only with pictures of it? if so, I'm seriously impressed!
Yes that's the point. NO diagram, no CP just looking at a picture.
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i'm seriously impressed.
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Hi

It's me Wesley:) Nice folding, where did you learn this model? It is very unique. Does Hojyo have any books published?
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origamimaster4716 wrote:Hi

It's me Wesley:) Nice folding, where did you learn this model? It is very unique. Does Hojyo have any books published?
Hi Wes

Which model do you mean? If it is the minimalistic panther I didn't learn it anywhere that's the point of this thread, to post only models you've figured out yourself without diagrams or even cp's, just pictures of the finished models.

Hojyo Takashi doesn't have any books published, just a bunch of CP's in Tanteidan magazines and a few diagrams on Tanteidan books.
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I've folded this model based on photos from here
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I'm thinking of doing a guitar based on the guitar by someone who's name i've forgotten just in slightly different sized paper, because i don't have any rectangles but manipulating that paper to get the size and shape suggested by the creator. Does that count?
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Harpseal wrote:I'm thinking of doing a guitar based on the guitar by someone who's name i've forgotten just in slightly different sized paper, because i don't have any rectangles but manipulating that paper to get the size and shape suggested by the creator. Does that count?
If this person recommended a size of paper I guess it was in some kind of diagram, if that's the case, it doesn't count.
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House by Sipho Mabona

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Anemark and Trouble had already reverse engineered this model.
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Wow! I love the roof! What's the paper? It's an odd colour. Does it have tissue content? I'm really bad at guessing paper. I love the detail on the walls, it's awesome!
Oh, and about the guitar, i have completely forgotten about that, so i have no idea wheter it's diagrammed or not. I'll just invent one anyway.
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It looks like silver tissue foil, but I suck at guessing paper too so I'm 90% sure I'm wrong.
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I think it's green. The blue background probably makes it look silver.
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The paper is Curious by Arjo Wiggins, very similar to Stardream, the color is golden.
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It is nice paper. What's it's inside like, is it hollow?
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Harpseal wrote:It is nice paper. What's it's inside like, is it hollow?
I guess you mean the house model, if so, yes it is hollow, what you see on the outside is the walls of the house and that's all there is to this model, walls.
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