Shuki Kato's book

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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby Brimstone » December 4th, 2018, 12:03 am

origami-artist-galen wrote:I've been able to make about $5000 off of it, nothing crazy though considering how much effort was spent! :D


What currency?
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby Folderp » December 4th, 2018, 7:01 am

origami-artist-galen wrote:I've been able to make about $5000 off of it, nothing crazy though considering how much effort was spent! :D

Okay, that's not too bad. It's a great book though. The models are really cool and fun to fold. Thanks for taking the time to make it! (And I'm getting Tanteidan 21 now, so I can fold your Kabutomushi :D ).
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby origami-artist-galen » December 4th, 2018, 10:21 pm

Brimstone wrote:
origami-artist-galen wrote:I've been able to make about $5000 off of it, nothing crazy though considering how much effort was spent! :D


What currency?


I live in Montana so USD. :)

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origami-artist-galen wrote:I've been able to make about $5000 off of it, nothing crazy though considering how much effort was spent! :D

Okay, that's not too bad. It's a great book though. The models are really cool and fun to fold. Thanks for taking the time to make it! (And I'm getting Tanteidan 21 now, so I can fold your Kabutomushi :D ).


Thanks! Haha, my beetle isn't even that complex anymore with the insane designs people are coming up with nowadays (though it was the longest diagram at the time.
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby Folderp » December 4th, 2018, 11:15 pm

Yeah, people are making insane designs, but they aren't diagramming most of them. Are there any diagrammed models more complex than it (other than your Giganotosaurus of course)?
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby steingar » December 6th, 2018, 3:31 pm

To be honest, I don't think there's much more complex stuff than Shuki's anywhere. Maybe Kamiya, maybe. But most people creating such technically advanced designs don't diagram, they communicate their designs in crease patterns.
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Re: Shuki Kato's book

Postby PleatBox » January 20th, 2019, 5:18 am

Well, it would make sense. CPs are much easier to do compared to diagrams. But then we have people with very beautiful designs but don't release a CP at all :cry:
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