'Gabriel' by Hojyo Takashi

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'Gabriel' by Hojyo Takashi

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I'm looking for diagram of 'Gabriel' by Hojyo Takashi. I want to fold it, because I have a son - Gabriel.
Where can I find it?
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as far as I know there is only a creasepattern available in Origami Tanteidan Magazine 86
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So, is there anyway that we can find this crease pattern online?
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I have done a few searches and it appears there are no Cp's floating around.

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i haven't found it :(
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That's because you haven't looked in Origami Tanteidan Magazine 86.
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We were talking about online, not in books, magazines, and the like.

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As also stated in another thread Hojyo Takashi's works are (unfortunately) not available online except for a few CPs on this page:
http://www.geocities.co.jp/HeartLand-Oa ... nhyou.html
(scroll down until you reach "Hojyo Takashi" ^_^ )

You can check the Origami Database to see where you can find diagrams/CPs for his works.
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Aznman wrote:We were talking about online, not in books, magazines, and the like.
In that case you have to accept that you won´t get it, because the only source is a magazine and every other way to get it would be illegal.
Aznman wrote:Eshew Obsfucation.
If you are using such weird sayings like Eschew Obfuscation, be sure to write them correctly so that people not familiar with it can find it in a dictionary. (Don´t forget that this is an international forum with members from all over the world and that English is spoken only in a little part of it.)
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The whole thing about "Eschew Obsfucation" is really a pun, or a joke, it means really avoid making people confused or opaque as to be difficult to perceive or understand.

As to the weird sayings, I did spell "Eschew" incorectly :oops: sorry about that.

Anyway sorry for any inconvenience I caused to people.
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Is there a shop in japan where the tanteidan magazines are available?
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From what I could figure out on the Origami Tanteidan Homepage you can only get the magazines directly via Tanteidan and then also only in Volumes of 6 magazines, no single issues.
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What is a Tanteidan Convention Book and a Tanteidan Magazine ? Are they related to each other ?
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A Tanteidan Conventionbook is a book with many fabulous models from different authors published by the japanese Origami group Tanteidan as compilation of their great meetings. A Tanteidan Magazine is a small booklet coming out every second month and is only available for Tanteidan members. For more information look at the tanteidan homepage and at Gilad´s great bookreviews.
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