Satoshi Kamiya - Ryu Zin (CP)

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And can you tell me which part of the cp should I fold to form a test fold of the legs?
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You can literally just search it up and you'll find it. I didn't even know it wasn't legitimate, and for something that isn't legitimate, it's certainly very easy to find.
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I have searched but I only find the cp of the scales of the legs but not the legs, I have also seen that the master Daniel Brown has cp for that but I think that currently he does not give classes to do the ryujin.
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I made photodiagrams for a 2.1 head. PM me if you have a thin 18”+ square and a lot of patience.
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Would the mulberry tissue from the origami shop be suitable for the 2.1? I'm going to use a 65x65cm square. If it's not good enough can someone please recommend any other? Oh and btw I've folded the head with a 30x30cm before with minor adjustments.
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I would say that paper is much to small, 1m+ is perfect for the 2.1. Origami-shop has some kraft paper in this size which is what I used, however the only problem is its a not very nice shade of brown. Gluing together two of their 65x95cm sheets of mulberry to get a 95x95cm square would probably work quite well, and should give a nice looking model.

People have folded 2.1s from 65cm or smaller squares, but I would really recommend that you instead use a bigger square as it will give a much better result and be less fiddly.
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Thanks! Also if I use the mulberry would I need to treat it with mc? I know that it's recommended but I'm a bit of a noob when it comes to mc[emoji28]

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Yes, mulberry needs to be treated with methylcellulose. See the Paper subforum for a topic on MC. :)
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To quote Tim Rickman>> we need more women in origami-<<
After having folded his model Cadeuces which is two snakes twisted around a pole, (the cypher greeks use for medicine) i wondered about variations for crease patterns.
The ryujin c.p looks like the side angle of a foot.but women dont wear flat shoes.There should be a way to alter the look, and my rendition would still result in a flat foldable model.
My calculations was to make the arches higher( where the level shifters are flattened and halved) reduce the number of scales because nearly every 64 ive folded one side always appears longer than the other!
Another alteration i would do is make abdomen ridges on the underside.something similar to alot of the best insect models.its another good method of tucking away extra paper.
Anywhos the more times you fold ryujin the better and faster you get.starting with the baby ryujin which is only 36* and then 64* after that its 80 i can master a 3.5
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