Shuki Kato's book

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Willing to fold the Asuka, Can't wait! :D
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The book is out! well, it's not literally his, it's a combination of famous designers who changed the origami insects folding process! here it is! -> http://www.amazon.com/Origami-Masters-B ... 1937994104 buy it before it's out of stock!
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i had been waiting to fold that giganotosaurus :| hope he will make a new book with all of his designs!
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He will! he said it in a topic! it will be his own book!
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great news!
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yep! he said he will get back to it seriously in November! :D :D :D
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i hope i could design like him
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This topic is definitely dying and that's completely my own fault. Truth is, I've been away from origami for a very long time and just in the past month have started folding again, mostly from the new Origami Masters Bugs book. But, now my seasonal job is over and I have no more excuses, I'll be drawing more diagrams again and if I don't get a book deal then I'll most likely publish them via the origami usa website and/or convention books. We'll see. I did start diagramming the giganotosaurus long ago and then simply got overwhelmed with how I could reasonably draw a step-by-step folding sequence for the collapse. I know it's doable, but just so infuriatingly time consuming...
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Best of luck Shuki :)
I'd advise against publishing them through OUSA unless it were in an ebook format, as you would have to sell each diagram for upwards of $5... most people would rather purchase them in a single volume at that price.
If you need any help proof reading, I'll do it. Finally got caught up with folding all your models I have diagrams for, so I can set aside more time now for folding.
Anyways, hope that diagramming doesn't get too frustrating, don't overwork yourself.
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keep up the great work Shuki! you are an amazing folder and designer. Best of luck with your diagrams :)
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Wish you all the luck with the book! You really are one of the best designers I've ever seen!
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Best of luck Shuki! I know what you mean about the giganotosaurus, I've folded the 1.2 and I honestly can't see a folding sequence. If you need anyone to test the diagrams I volunteer! :D
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Actually, everyone would be happy to volunteer your diagrams! :D :D (Including me)
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Is there any e-book available for this paper origami
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I hope you diagram your wolf. Really beautiful model.
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