Questions regarding marks in Works of Satoshi Kamiya

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Questions regarding marks in Works of Satoshi Kamiya

Postby TootyFruty » January 5th, 2016, 6:09 pm

first of all: page 7 at symbols and basic techniques at the most bottom there are 2 squares near each other one black and one white and two stars one black and one white and it says "these points are on top of each other"
what the hell is that supposeed to mean? please explanation on each one of them.
second question is the spiral thing which is not presented somehow on this page. to see this refer at the pegasus page 32-33 steps 57-59 please explain what is this elaborately
thanks a lot thats it for now.
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Re: Questions regarding marks in Works of Satoshi Kamiya

Postby origami_8 » January 5th, 2016, 7:20 pm

Left of the spiral line, the steps 58 and 59 show the inside view, like an x-ray of the model. It is what you see if you lift the front layer where the star is shown in step 57.
By the way, reading the text helps a lot!

The stars and squares on page 7 are markers. They mark what point goes where in the next step. There are four different markers to mark four different flaps.
For example on page 20 in step 18 he rotates the model. To check whether you rotated it the same way you can check the position of the stars in step 19. This kind of marking is especially useful if the points change their appearance drastically during a step and are hard to recognize afterwards. An example for this is on page 185, where the point in step 70 gets opened up and 3D in step 71, looking even less recognizable in step 72.
An example where you can see three markers in use is the sequence on page 208, steps 179 to 182.
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Re: Questions regarding marks in Works of Satoshi Kamiya

Postby TootyFruty » January 5th, 2016, 7:31 pm

Thanks a bunch man ur thebest no seriously u are finally understand it
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Re: Questions regarding marks in Works of Satoshi Kamiya

Postby TootyFruty » January 6th, 2016, 7:38 pm

Page 221 at the mammoth. The road splits into two roads?? Wtf?!
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Re: Questions regarding marks in Works of Satoshi Kamiya

Postby Kabuntan » January 6th, 2016, 8:28 pm

It's explained in step 45...
Either you "open the layers and sink" (lower path) or you "just push in the layers" (right path).
The choice is yours, but the lower path is probably more difficult.
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Re: Questions regarding marks in Works of Satoshi Kamiya

Postby TootyFruty » January 6th, 2016, 8:45 pm

Thanks man. Havnt noticed. And the result is better on the more difficult one? [The bottom]
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Re: Questions regarding marks in Works of Satoshi Kamiya

Postby ginshun » February 29th, 2016, 9:39 pm

If i remember right, either way, the portion that you are working with ends up inside the model. Looking at the finished model, I don't believe you would be able to tell the difference one way or the other.
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