Satoshi Kamiya - Bahamut/Divine Dragon

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Post by barakboom »

im still stuck in the wings step 203...
is that in 3D or what?
please help :cry:
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Post by ftangdude55 »

The wings are in 3D, yes.

Is it only step 203 that is troubling you, or is it the entire folding sequence for the wings (steps 203-235)?

The wings are relatively challenging, so my only advice to you is to take the steps very literally (there are no tricky folds; they are all relatively straight-forward) and try to replicate the next step as well as you can.

Hope it helped (a little bit.) :)

P.S. Don't post multiple posts relating to the same thing (being stuck on the wings) in 3 different topics. :wink:
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Post by barakboom »

ok i wont do that again :P.
actually its the whole wings, i just cant understand steps 203-235 :P.
Thanks for your help.
I will keep trying.
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Post by ftangdude55 »

You're welcome.
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Post by 94JED »

By looking at the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rCGrgJMd5g
you can see that the Bahamut has folded in a diferent way the legs and its fingers. Is it another version of the model, or is it posible to do those modifications from the Bahamut that is diagramed from the book?
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Post by rockmanex6 »

maybe its 2.1 verson
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Post by 94JED »

Then wich version is diagramed in the book?
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Post by Kafar »

On the video is Bahamut diagrammed in the book, 2,1 version has different legs and bigger wings, just search with google
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Post by 94JED »

Can some one tell me how they did to mark a fifth of the flap in step 89. Should I use a ruler??? :roll:
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Post by Vykintas73 »

Well, you certainly may :D
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Post by Adam »

94JED,
I used a ruler in that step. Doing it without one would take considerably longer. In fact, I have no idea how I would mark 1/5th without a ruler in that situation.
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Post by 94JED »

Thanks! I'll just have to use a ruler then :D
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Post by orion119net »

I just guess there :P
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Post by unknownfolder »

Whenever a diagram tells me to fold along nth division, I see it more of as a guideline. I just folded just above the quarter crease line. I ended up finishing the model without any problems.
Whenever I do complex Origami I get this sinking feeling.
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Post by insaneorigami »

orion119net wrote:I just guess there :P


Me too, it gets the job done, and looks just as good :D
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