Hojyo Takashi - Violinist

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Hojyo Takashi - Violinist

Post by emberjelly »

Hi,

Does anyone know if it is possible to get hold of Hojyo Takashi's Violinist diagrams?

Thanks,

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Post by kehom »

emberjelly, according to the Origami Database, the diagrams for this model can be found at Origami Tanteidan Convention No. 1 ( :( )
Also, the CP at Origami Tanteidan Magazine 79.

Also, you can refer to this post: viewtopic.php?t=1141&highlight=violist
for some help with collapsing the CP for LANG's Violist (or pirate with parrot, or an ET with a sword and a penguin....).
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Post by Masuma »

There are two violinist models by Hojyo Takashi. The diagram of the violinist in Tanteidan Convention Book 1 is probably not the one that emberjelly is looking for. The diagram to the violinist below was sent to JAOS members sometime in the past.
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Post by kehom »

I didn't know Takashi designed two different violinist models. Anyway, the origami database shows only those ones that I told on my previous post.
I would love to see the pictures of both versions (and, of course, compare them).
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Post by itashiman »

with all do respect what is the tanteidan magazine?<(-?-)>
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Post by Oruhito »

Tanteidan magazine is the official magazine of the Japan Origami Academic Society (JOAS). The magazine is great featuring articles about different artists and has diagrams for some complex models (sometimes Satoshi :D )
Also every issue has a crease pattern challenge in the back as well as upcoming events. It also has a modular section aswell. For more information go here

http://www.origami.gr.jp/
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Violinist - Help wanted

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Hi,

I am at Step 54-55 where the model says 'open sink'....I wanted to know if this open sink should also be done to the portion on the other side of the paper (behind) which corresponds to this fold. :-k

Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks in advance,
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Post by Daydreamer »

Yes, this open sink (and all the following) have to be done on both sides.
So long and keep folding ^_^
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Post by bethnor »

pictures of both violinists are available on takashi's website.

in fact... i think there may be a third, one that was modular, but i may be mistaken.

also, this was asked, but never answered... i understand the diagrams were given as an extra to joas members... is it possible to purchase copies through the joas at all?
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Re: Violinist - Help wanted

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paperz wrote:Hi,

I am at Step 54-55 where the model says 'open sink'....I wanted to know if this open sink should also be done to the portion on the other side of the paper (behind) which corresponds to this fold. :-k

Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks in advance,
Paperz
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Post by barakboom »

Hi.
I am kinda new in the forum and with Crease pattern folding as well.
But since i am a violist i couldn't wait to fold this great model.
Actually i have a problem, i started to fold the cp from the tanteidan magazin 79, but i cant read Japanese and i cant anderstand where is the head the hands the violin and etc.
I hope someone can help me with this problem and translate those words.
Thanks in advance.

Barak

Im kinda stuck right now, i cant figure it out.
How do i shape this to base? and what next?
please help me.

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what now? how do i form the base? i couldn't figure it out!
please help :(
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Post by origamimasterjared »

Start by inverting the convex points along that ridge. Then you should be able to collapse it.
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Post by barakboom »

origamimasterjared wrote:Start by inverting the convex points along that ridge. Then you should be able to collapse it.
Thanks!!!!!

I MADE IT AT LAST!!

photo:

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Thanks to everyone who helped me! :lol:

i know.. i know its not so good, i couldn't understand how to form the head properly.
but its like my second cp :P so im happy :D
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Post by karan62 »

where did you get the crease pattern from :?:
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Post by barakboom »

karan62 wrote:where did you get the crease pattern from :?:
its from tanteidan magazine 79 Crease pattern challenge
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