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Postby run4fun2221 » July 1st, 2005, 9:54 pm

Hey, can anyone give me some complex (not impossible) diagrams for a human pure, or 2-3 sheets. no more. Any complex models in general... along the human line. I am designing a star wars scene. It looks really cool, got the destroyer droids, just finished the battle droids, got the lightsabers and jedi clothes, but I just canNOT get the jedi. So any human designs would be hot. Send via e-mail, contact me first.
give me diagrams for something complex please. That would be awesome... Like a dragon. Or a well detailed person! that is what I would like to see. Maybe 2-3 sheets, no more.
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Postby Friet » July 1st, 2005, 10:29 pm

If you want a double-bladed lightsaber Kamiya's Wizard would be perfect!
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Postby run4fun2221 » July 1st, 2005, 10:39 pm

I saw the wizard, a little while ago, very complex. Is there anywhere I can find diagrams for it?
give me diagrams for something complex please. That would be awesome... Like a dragon. Or a well detailed person! that is what I would like to see. Maybe 2-3 sheets, no more.
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Postby origamimasterjared » July 1st, 2005, 11:13 pm

Can you fold from crease patterns?

If so, check out Jason Ku's page http://www.bluegoo.net/~jason

Also Hojyo Takashi had some very good human models. Here is the crease pattern for his Icarus base: http://www.geocities.co.jp/HeartLand-Oa ... tu.html#p1
And with another couple hours it looks like this: http://www11.ocn.ne.jp/~origami/shasin/ ... carus1.htm

Also, I had created a person a couple years ago. It's from almost the same base as Dan Robinson's frog.

Note that in all of the above, the arms and legs are from the corners of the paper, and the head is from the interior.
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Postby run4fun2221 » July 1st, 2005, 11:22 pm

Not the best with 'em. Just about done with the human base by (I dont remember). That one was easy enough. If any of you have more basic things would be cool.
give me diagrams for something complex please. That would be awesome... Like a dragon. Or a well detailed person! that is what I would like to see. Maybe 2-3 sheets, no more.
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Postby origamimasterjared » July 1st, 2005, 11:49 pm

Oh, and for Satoshi's wizard, you can find the crease pattern online http://www.folders.jp/g/2002/wizard.html , and the diagrams in either Tanteidan magazine #77 (http://origami.gr.jp) or in his book Works of Satoshi KAMIYA (http://www.origamihouse.jp/book/origina ... amiya.html)
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Postby phil » July 2nd, 2005, 12:53 am

Satoshi's Wizard work would work good for Jedi, here's The Wizard I modified into The Emperor.

http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/family_ph ... pg&.src=ph

Just use Green and brown paper and it would make a good Jedi.
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Thats all good...

Postby run4fun2221 » July 2nd, 2005, 1:35 am

But... Can I have diagrams?!? I would very very very much like to relate diagrams to crease patterns. I am nine years old, and learning, yet I am considered advanced. I teach classes :-) it is fun. Crease patterns, as of now, drive me crazy. I can do almost any diagrams, yet, the crease patterns...
give me diagrams for something complex please. That would be awesome... Like a dragon. Or a well detailed person! that is what I would like to see. Maybe 2-3 sheets, no more.
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Postby origamimasterjared » July 2nd, 2005, 1:58 am

Asking for people to send you diagrams is frowned upon. The reason? It's basically illegal. It's one thing to let a friend borrow a book, but another to send them online. People will give you directions on how to get them legally, but for the most part refrain from sending them directly. It's different if the diagrams are online. Then they may be spread, but it is still "common" courtesy to direct people to the author's website, instead of just giving them a particular diagram. And I'm not that much older than you--okay, I guess twice your age--so I understand that it's hard to accumulate the diagrams you want both because of cost and availability. But here's the thing: Supporting the authors encourages them to make more books of diagrams. Satoshi's book contains many fantastic complex to supercomplex models. You'd probably love it.
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Postby run4fun2221 » July 2nd, 2005, 2:03 am

Sorry, ok, that makes sense then. I just found out, someone told me, there is a book... Does it have easier, not neccesarily diagrams, of satoshi's (name?) works?
give me diagrams for something complex please. That would be awesome... Like a dragon. Or a well detailed person! that is what I would like to see. Maybe 2-3 sheets, no more.
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Re: My mistake

Postby malachi » July 2nd, 2005, 2:14 am

You beg for diagrams in your sig?
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Postby origamimasterjared » July 2nd, 2005, 4:52 am

Here's the link to the book again: http://www.origamihouse.jp/book/origina ... amiya.html

Look at the bottom and you'll see photos of all the models in the book.
The Ancient Dragon is the hardest, period. Bahamut is pretty complex too. (Both 270-something steps).
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Postby TheRealChris » July 2nd, 2005, 9:40 am

thanks origamimasterjared :)


You beg for diagrams in your sig?


that's poor, isn't it? ;)


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Postby BigFIFan » July 18th, 2005, 7:14 pm

Hands down the greatest human origami figure I've ever folded is Hojyo Takashi's Icarus. One of the most beautiful models I've ever seen. You could fold the wing arm into another arm and have a really good looking Greek man.
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Postby Android raptor » October 25th, 2005, 2:37 pm

I forget this guys name, but here are some diagrams for his intermediate human and wheelchair:

http://origami.kvi.nl/models/humans/wheelchr/

I use a variation on his human model to make dolls :D
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