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Posted: February 19th, 2019, 1:55 pm
Hi, I am Ivan from Serbia and I am total newby but want to learn
Posted: March 18th, 2019, 11:03 pm
My name is Yan, i'm from Brazil, i'm 22.
I've been folding origamis for a year now. I'm glad to be here and excited to learn more with you guys. My english is rusty, feel free to correct me.
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Posted: April 17th, 2019, 12:30 am
I've skulked around the forum for... About a decade reading advice and admiring designs, but didn't make an account. I do origami as an on-and-off hobby, and like most of my hobbies, I make it very hard on myself by tackling the hardest parts - in origami, I usually make really complicated designs one time and move on. I've done Origami since I was about 5, found intro books at the library. I like to make models as gifts to people. I like shaping models especially, and I will usually slightly modify designs once I've made them a few times, but I haven't designed any models yet. My favorite origami are the traditional Crane, Robert Lang's Koi, Michael Lafosse's Anna's butterfly, and Eric Joisel's Rat - all of which I enjoy modifying and shaping.
I'm in college and doing research right now, but I'll contribute what I can. I'm teaching myself crease patterns right now, and once I work them out I draw the mountain/valley folds over the CP, which I might share. at the moment I'm working on Sipho Mabona's Upupa Epops, a gift for my research professor, might share the final result. The last thing I finished was Roman Diaz's Elephant.
Posted: April 17th, 2019, 4:40 pm
Posted: November 30th, 2019, 9:12 am
My name is Abel and I like origami...
And I'm here to find others interested in it too.
I have some goals of my own involving origami, but right now I have only a little bit of time. I'll be back!
Posted: December 1st, 2019, 10:51 pm
Hi everyone from Athens, Greece.
I have been working with Geometry during my Engineering graduate studies..Since then many years passed and recently i discovered the challenge of folding!
I have started practicing with Robert Lang's books trying to learn the basics.
There are moments of despair but also moments of glory!
I hope i can get more into this magnificent science and art and this forum gives me a lot of optimism towards my next foldings.
Thanx for this opportunity to share!