What have you folded lately?

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Thanks, sable7 and Grace159! Yes, I'm going to fold the Ryujin 3.5 next year, when I will have some free time and figure out how to do the legs and tail correctly.
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ImageDivine Dragon - Satoshi Kamiya (Reposed) by Folderp, on Flickr
After finishing my Ancient Dragon, my Divine Dragon felt a bit stiff, rigid and empty. So... I decided to repose it! This is the result, the most original pose I think I've ever seen this model in. Everybody else poses it like Kamiya's one, but my shaping was so bad it needed something else to set it apart.
ImageAncient Dragon - Satoshi Kamiya (Reposed) by Folderp, on Flickr
After reposing my Divine Dragon, I felt that my Ancient Dragon's pose was a little boring (i.e. it hadn't actually been posed). So I decided to repose it, and here's what I ended up with. I'm quite happy with the result.
ImageWestern Dragon - Shuki Kato by Folderp, on Flickr
Finally finished my Western Dragon fold! It's a great model, but it's really complex. I'd say it's harder than the Divine Dragon, and as hard, if not harder than the Ancient Dragon, mostly because of its incredibly cool head. I might repose it some time, not right now though.
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Grace159
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I love the halo of spikes on the ancient dragon. Lovely work.

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ImageSea Turtle by Joseph Hwang, on Flickr

ImageTuna by Joseph Hwang, on Flickr

ImageUntitled by Joseph Hwang, on Flickr
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Ponadr wrote:Untitled by Joseph Hwang
I'd say it's a rather obvious model and yet I had never thought about it :P. Congratulations! It's a beautiful kusudama. Love the picture as well!
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It really is obvious! How had I not thought of that?
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Believe it or not there are a lot more "obvious models" that are undiscovered.
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My first Kamiya fold! Barely any ears, and pegasuses have pointy legs, right? ;)

ImageMy folded Pegasus, from Satoshi Kamiya’s “Works of Satoshi Kamiya 2” by Zachary, on Flickr
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Looks great Tacet! Kamiya models are super fun to fold.
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That’s a nice fold! I hope you have access to other Kamiya models. His models are so great! :)
I’m a young folder from the U.S. I love folding complex models and I’m beginning to design my own.
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Origami Ryujin 3.5 designed by Satoshi Kamiya folded by me using Crease Pattern.
Paper used: white tracing paper 2m x 2m
Time taken: 4 months

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That might just be the best fold of that model that I’ve ever seen! Great job! Your 4 months of work definitely paid off. That’s just amazing! :)
I’m a young folder from the U.S. I love folding complex models and I’m beginning to design my own.
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sable7 wrote:That might just be the best fold of that model that I’ve ever seen! Great job! Your 4 months of work definitely paid off. That’s just amazing! :)

Thanks man!
Yup, wasn't easy. But sure it does pay off! :wink:
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Beautiful fold indeed, and from crease pattern - quite an achievement
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This is amazing. I love the coiled motion you've shaped into this model

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