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I have the diagram of Ronald Kohs' "king Cobra". it has ova 100 steps and the first 20 are driving me nuts. has anyone folded it. if so i need some pointers. :?
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never mind. just found out its not a public diagram. :cry: tx for this great site
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can u tell me where the diagram is then i can help u with it :D :D
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It's in OUSA Conventionbook 2002 as well as Pajarita 79 & 80.
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is it on the internet??? because i dont have the book :(
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No, it's not. Not everything is for free. You will have to buy one of those books/magazines if you want the diagrams. And it's the same with most complex diagrams...
So long and keep folding ^_^
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Actually. . .

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You don't have to buy the book in order to get the King Cobra diagram. You can visit Ron Koh's website and email him. If you ask him for the diagram and promise not to use it in a commercial manner, AND you promise to not distribute it, he might give it to you.

He gave the diagram to me and I started it two nights ago. I'm up to step 40. I'm working on the closed sink, and it's confusing me!

The first twenty steps weren't too terribly hard. There were points when I just wanted to rip it apart and give up, but that never gets you anywhere, now does it?
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Post by reds0nja1 »

wow step 40 thats great. are you trying the whole snake or just the bust of the snake?
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I finished it last night. I decided to do just the bust for now, and if I feel like it later, I'll do the entire thing. Once I get the wires in it to hold it up, I'll put up some pictures.
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thats so kewl. im going to try harder now. i c it "can" be done. tx
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C'mon!! You can find everything on the internet!!
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Post by lorbsheep »

can anyone explain me how to make step 53/54 of the cobra???
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Is the cobra made out of the a retangle or from a square? :D
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Rectangle (1x40 if I remember right).
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thanks origami_8 :D
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