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Draco wrote:i wanted to try out the bird but the download wanted me to install something...... is that natural?
If there are problems write to me on email npvru@mail.ru
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Has finished the diagramme for model of a mammoth

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If is wishing to try, write to me npvru@mail.ru

I almost have not seen photos of my models

I do not like to be engaged in that is necessary for nobody, therefore I will not upload any more model yet I will not see not less my 5 models of high complexity
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hello Pavel!
I want to fold your stag beetle, thanks for sending diagrams!
after folding it, i will send you photos of finished model!
guaranteed!
thank you!
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I was your origami model pictures..they r amazing..I liked the standing crane . It's the most beautiful standing crane I have ever see in origami. Could you tell me how to get the diagrams?

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anvimom wrote:I was your origami model pictures..they r amazing..I liked the standing crane . It's the most beautiful standing crane I have ever see in origami. Could you tell me how to get the diagrams?
you could contact the author through email ;-)
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Yes..I contacted Pavel and response was very quick.... :D
Hope to try the crane ASAP....
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You've send it to me as a RAR file,but I can't seem to open it. Does anyone know how to open them?
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Origamist388 wrote:You've send it to me as a RAR file,but I can't seem to open it. Does anyone know how to open them?
Strange problem

winrar it is possible to download here http://www.win-rar.com/

wndows xp is able to open archives and without winrar (it is possible to open and copy for example)
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Try 7-Zip. It is completely free, unlike Winrar.
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first attempt

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Here is my first attempt on the standing crane... I guess if i do a wet folding with a bit thick paper the shapes and wings would turn more beautiful...
Also the crane was not standing perfectly i had to twist the legs to take the snap...
Thanks for the diagrams Pavel.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/38889113@N02/4773668518/
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Post by jadylyon »

Has anyone folded Pavel's bird and could give me some help on Step 19? I'm pretty sure I understand all the creases and you end up with nice collapse around the head but the instruction for "fold down corner A" doesn't really tell me what A is supposed to look like when it IS folded.

I've tried to be really meticulous about pattern of valley and mountain folds but nothing I do seems to end up with that nice "christmas tree" shape at the top and the wings on either side on my model seem to be at a much higher angle than the diagram.

is it supposed to collapse flat?
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Post by jogibaer »

Hm it was the hardest step in that diagramm. It takes me about 1 hour to make it. I had the same problem. It is hard to describe how to fold this step even harder for me in English... but you have to try the collapse in different ways . The creases are all right. The model don't lie flat after the step (if I remember it right) and it hasn't the "exact" view as in the diagramm(because it isn't flat). I mentioned that in my review to pavel. Sorry if I can't help you more, I am not the best in explaining trough the net..
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Post by natureboy »

anybody folded the rat of love??

I don't know if I am too noob o the diagrams are quite unclear...it's a nice model but really I can't go on.

Now I'm stopped at step 20...is this step an inside reverse fold?
I don't understand the disposition on mountain folds...any help?
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Post by joshuaorigami »

i folded your velociraptor :D
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thank you very much for the diagrams and your time pavel :D
i will fold more of your models when i have some free time :)
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Has finished translation diagramm for Wasp-equestrian

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If be not afraid to try, write to me npvru@mail.ru
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