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endreon
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Post by endreon »

Here is my folded model of your white crane. Sorry that it isn't folded from bigger paper.

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Sorry for double posting, but I can't open the winrar files that you sent me. I would love to try to fold the models, but I can't open them.
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endreon wrote:Sorry for double posting, but I can't open the winrar files that you sent me. I would love to try to fold the models, but I can't open them.
Can specify of problem with archives or pdf files ?
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Endreon, I think you need to install a program that can handle winrar files. 7zip is a free program that can handle rar-files.
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Post by tzun1k »

hi

@ the Penguin i can*t get on.

In steps 18-21 i do something wrong. So many Flaps now.

I am absolute Beginner. Done some Origami. But dunno how to go on.

will test the other diagrams.
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Designer: Pavel Nikulshin,
Folder: Victoria Serova
Diagramm: Tanteidan Convension 16
630x630mm

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Great fold!
my flickr tissue foil is for noobs! mc FTW!!!!
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I agree! That is the most realistic mammoth origami that i've never seen!
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Certainly wonderful Mammoth over here...

Very Nice
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Post by orikata »

Crab
Designed by Pavel Nikulshin
I didn't fold this well :oops:
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Mutant Isopod! :D
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Post by JumPurge »

I'm looking at your flickr.
The lionfish and the wasp.
Any plans for them with diagrams?
Also, a few um... words for the diagrams would be nice. Like how much to divide a paper by, etc.
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Post by wii hacker »

id like to try your wasp, crab, and spiny king crab



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Dear NPV
i would really like to fold your crab/wasp/spiny king crab.. :oops: they are really amazing.... can you please send me diagrams :?:
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