Miyuki Kawamura's "Infiny" Diagram

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Miyuki Kawamura's "Infiny" Diagram

Postby CK » July 25th, 2008, 10:49 pm

Miyuki Kawamura's "Infiny" diagram was published in the Origami Tanteidan Magazine 97 but I can't get a copy as the issue is now out-of-print.

Would anyone know where I could find the Infiny diagram or a close facsimile?

Thanks and happy folding!

CK
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Miyuki Kawamura's " Infany" Diagram

Postby gordigami » July 26th, 2008, 1:37 am

In that magazine # 97 is part of Volume 17 from JOAS, I was under the assumption that at least the volume is still available . Of course, one cannot buy # 97 alone .
Simular modulars can be found at Meenakshi Mukerji's site http://www.origamee.net
A great many modulars with free diagrams .
You may need to search YesAsia, or Sasuga bookstore for Kawamura books.
I couldn't locate it elsewhere in the database, other than Volume 17 .
Sorry ...
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Re: Miyuki Kawamura's " Infany" Diagram

Postby CK » July 26th, 2008, 2:28 am

Thanks alot for info and help, Gordiami. I thought the volume was unavailable but will check again. I also checked Sasuga's listings but could not locate anything so will be heading to Meenakshi's website and YesAsia. ~CK
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Miyuki Kawamura's " Infany" Diagram

Postby gordigami » July 26th, 2008, 5:13 pm

CK :
You're very welcome, & I hope that you can find your model.
As I think about it, there is an impressive assortment of modular floral balls and such in Mukerji's book, Marvelous modular origami
http://www.amazon.com/Marvelous-Modular-Origami
that may interest you.
I had forgotten that I have that book.
By the way, I'd be disappointed also, if Volume 17 is out of print. Some great owls in there are on my " to do " list !
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Re: Miyuki Kawamura's " Infany" Diagram

Postby CK » July 27th, 2008, 2:41 am

Thanks for the tip about Murkerji's website. She seems to have done a variation of Kawamura's "Infiny" so i emailed to inquire about the diagram. The "Marvelous Modular Origami" is also a great reference (thanks again!) and Mukerji has photos on her website of all the models in the book.

Couldn't find any listing on YesAsia for books by Kawamura or the elusive Origami Tanteidan issue/volume. But I did find Mio Tsugawa's website where she's posted kusudama diagrams and although they aren't similar to the elusive Kamura diagram I'm looking for, are on my definite "to fold" list: http://puupuu.ojaru.jp/zu/zu.html

Thanks again for your time and help, Gordiami and happy folding.

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Re: Miyuki Kawamura's "Infiny" Diagram

Postby Andre-4 » October 1st, 2016, 1:41 pm

Go to Googleplaystore.com and search 280+origami books..open the app and tanteidan has that issue on app,but have internet security as their is a threat detected on the app..
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