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Postby thevoid » September 25th, 2003, 9:47 pm

today i have folded a crane with another mini-crane on the tail.. hard to fold with normal 80g/m² .. will try it tomorrow with thinner paper..
it looks realy beautiful :lol:
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Postby cavemanboon » September 26th, 2003, 1:55 am

john, thanks for the link. the papers look very much like the handmade papers that i was referring to the other day. i have uploaded the photos into my yahoo album. here are some photos :

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Postby gilad_zn » September 28th, 2003, 6:36 pm

After about a month of studying for my Psychometric exam and not folding anything, I decided to take a break.

I've folded some "miniatures" from John Montroll's Origami Inside-Out, and the famous Devil, all from a 3-1/2" kami.
[img]http://free.hostdepartment.com/g/gilad/images/mini.jpg[/img]

I also folded Peter Budai's Chinese Dragon from a tissue-foil combo
[img]http://free.hostdepartment.com/g/gilad/images/edragon.jpg[/img]

And, it's a new year in the hebrew calender, so a happy new year to all of you, or Shana Tova, as we say...

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Postby saj » September 28th, 2003, 11:35 pm

I made a witch today from one of the Tanteidan Convention guides. Very nice, managed it from a smallish piece of paper (6").

I also made that spinny thing, but mine doesn't spin so well. I hope the term is correct, Rosh hashana Gilad! (Both of yous!).

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Postby JMcK » October 2nd, 2003, 8:00 pm

Just finished Satoshi Kamiya's Barosaurus from Tanteidan 6. To look at the end result, you wouldn't think it was that hard to fold, but it has some really tricky, fiddly moves. It's a good model though, with a long, long neck and tail.

Nice miniatures, Gilad. I don't fold much really small stuff - I find it too hard on the eyes and the fingers.
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Postby saj » October 2nd, 2003, 8:19 pm

Wow, those miniatures look so cool! I still haven't folded the devil yet, want to attempt it one of these days.

John any chance of having pics of that model you folded? I just envy your folding style!!!

I like folding miniatures too, infact, some models tend to look better as miniatures.

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Postby thevoid » October 2nd, 2003, 9:24 pm

i like folding miniatures too :lol:

build allready a miniatur ghost-walker and a modular octahedron (the one witch is my avatar)

i am trying to fold the pegasus horse... but its realy dificult...
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Postby saj » October 2nd, 2003, 11:54 pm

I just folded 4 kawasaki roses for some girls ... :wink:
It's the sepaled version, which I tend to fold often. I made one backed with some Armani paper, just to give it a bit more class!

I also folded a normal Kawsaki rose but with the variation that John taught me - it now locks and looks better!

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Postby thevoid » October 3rd, 2003, 8:30 am

what varriation do you mean?
i only know the "stadard" kawasaki rose with extra-leafs...
some pics where great!
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Postby thevoid » October 4th, 2003, 3:38 pm

yeah, i have finished my first rabbit from the 6. tanteidan convention book... this models looks realy cute! :P
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Postby TheRealChris » October 4th, 2003, 4:08 pm

very nice folded :)
I like Hideo's models, they are very clever designed and fun to fold :)

greetings

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Postby thevoid » October 4th, 2003, 7:18 pm

the horseshoe crab - also from 6th tanteidan convention book
a very simple, but great looking model! :)
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Postby gilad_zn » October 7th, 2003, 11:16 pm

I received several orders from Japan and the US a couple of days ago, and because I'm flying to the U.S. tomorrow (8/10/2003) to attend the PCOC convention (Anyone going as well?), I've been folding like hell these past couple of days.

This link will take you to the updates section with the new models I've folded.

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Postby thevoid » October 8th, 2003, 1:06 pm

those miniature zoo-animals are beatuful! :)
good job done on them (the miniature zoo-deviil too! hehe.. )
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Postby JMcK » October 10th, 2003, 7:45 pm

saj wrote:Wow, those miniatures look so cool! I still haven't folded the devil yet, want to attempt it one of these days.

John any chance of having pics of that model you folded? I just envy your folding style!!!

I like folding miniatures too, infact, some models tend to look better as miniatures.

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You can view the Barosaurus here.
Not a great photo, unfortunately.
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