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Postby TheRealChris » July 3rd, 2005, 11:32 pm

can anybody tell me, if there are diagrams for Phu Tran's rose somewhere?

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it's so beautiful.

thanks in advance


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Postby Nesting Crane » July 4th, 2005, 1:35 am

Those are really great roses! :D However, I got nothing. I tried a full websearch for the name Phu Tran and got a blank.

Does the artist have a book?

Were did the picture you displayed come from? :-k

I myself would like to know how to create that rose. Did you try this website?

http://www.bloom4ever.com/
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Postby origamimasterjared » July 4th, 2005, 4:20 am

Phu Tran lives out here in Southern California, near Riverside, if I remember correctly. He was at the last WCOG meeting (as was I for the first time in almost a year) and taught his rose. He hasn't diagrammed it, but Boaz/Mike said that he had a crease pattern somewhere... He just had the roses and frog. Definitely doesn't have a book. He is a member of this forum though (Check the personal websites forum.)
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Postby Nesting Crane » July 4th, 2005, 4:53 am

origamimasterjared,

He is a member of this forum though (Check the personal websites forum.)


He is?! :shock:

As who? I checked the members list and he is not listed as Phu Tran. :?
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Postby origamimasterjared » July 4th, 2005, 5:44 am

Look in the Personal Websites forum...

It shouldn't be too difficult to figure out who he is...
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Postby TheRealChris » July 4th, 2005, 9:40 am

origamimasterjared wrote:Look in the Personal Websites forum...

It shouldn't be too difficult to figure out who he is...


why do you make a secret out of it? is it supposed to be funny???


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Postby origamimasterjared » July 4th, 2005, 6:36 pm

I just thought it wouldn't be too difficult to figure out. After all, I figured it out immediately upon looking at the latest post in Personal websites...

Try rearranging the letters in phutran...maybe putting the h first and then maybe the u and the n then p next maybe r then a and finally t.
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Postby hunprat » July 4th, 2005, 8:19 pm

Hi Everyone,

Thanks for the compliments.
Sorry, I don't have the diagrams for my rose or any of my creations.
If you like to see my photo album of things that I have folded and some that I created, please go to

http://photos.yahoo.com/hunprat

hunprat is my username which is an anagram of my first and last name.
I use msn and yahoo messenger with this user name, so if you like you can add me to your contact for a chat.

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Postby TheRealChris » July 4th, 2005, 9:42 pm

welcome to the board Phu Image, I really like the rose.


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Postby Nesting Crane » July 6th, 2005, 3:37 am

hunprat,

Sorry, I don't have the diagrams for my rose or any of my creations.
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hunprat is my username which is an anagram of my first and last name.


So, that is why I could not find you. :)
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Postby FunkeeFolder » July 6th, 2005, 8:56 pm

Dear hunprat, I was looking at models you folded and I noticed a bunch of them are folded out of a white paper, and at some places it looks sorta translucent (some of the models are the unicorn, icarus, and the last waltz). Is the paper you used wax paper, or tracing paper or is it somthing else, and does it fold well? (or am I talking about something I don't know! :oops: ) Just wondering, and I love your rose and the models you folded!

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Postby hunprat » July 7th, 2005, 3:46 am

Hi FunkeeFolder,

The unicorn and icarus are from "Parchment Paper" from Reynolds wrap.
Parchment paper are wax paper use for baking and they come in a row of 24 feet by 15 in. I like the paper because they are thin and strong. They are good for making most complex model. They don't tear easy and are forgiving if you make a mistake. Also the paper is quite cheap, you can buy a roll at any supermarket like Vons for a few dollars. It is one of my favorite paper to fold with.

The last waltz is actually made from a white paper bag. I just cut the bag to get a large 3 by 1 rectangle.

My rose are made from regular color printer paper.
Most of my folds are from normal cheap paper. I have not gotten a hold of more expensive paper to fold with.

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Postby FunkeeFolder » July 7th, 2005, 4:03 am

Wow! That is a great idea to fold from parchment paper! We have a whole roll of the stuff :D now I can't wait to fold with it! Oh and who said you had to get expensive paper for folding. Hey your models look great with the parchment paper! Thank you hunprat!

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Postby malachi » July 7th, 2005, 4:23 am

hunprat wrote:Parchment paper are wax paper use for baking and they come in a row of 24 feet by 15 in.


I feel obligated to point out that baker's parchment paper and wax paper are very different. Wax paper is paper coated with wax. Baker's parchment paper is usually impregnated with silicone, which is inert and resistant to high temperatures. They are different both in terms of folding and cooking.
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Postby BigFIFan » August 2nd, 2005, 12:25 am

I will love you forever and ever and ever if you can show us all how to fold your rose, Phu Tran!!! I just folded Kawasaki's new rose and was underwhelmed. Yours is a hundred times better!
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