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I'm interesting in seeing /po/'s best work.
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Here it is. A 1:1000 scale origami rock with full detail.
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Folded this one just now!
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Me too
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>>554085
seems like a pretty complex fold pattern
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This was my first time shaping with MC. I loved the whole process. I used a double Unryu paper for it, it looked beautiful when it was done drying up.
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>>554085
that's insane
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>>554085
PDF please?
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>>554084
>>540860
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Post more amazing stuff faggots
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>>554085
wow thats impressive
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For those who haven't found it:
http://origami-art.us/instructions/102-antique-dragon
It's also present in one of Satoshi Kamiya's books.
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First attempt at Hideo Komatsus Horse
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>>555555
Kek
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>>556801
Nice one anon. If you like horses you should try the one of roman diaz, less steps but more modeling though.

Am i the only one here who start a lot of origami but is too lazy to finish modeling ? Pic related.
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All these books shared in the sharing thred and no one post his work ?

You guys aren't just collecting massive amounts of books and never folding anything, right ?
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It took ages to glue on the pattern.
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LaFosse's Banana Slug
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>>557157
pretty nice ! what's the name of the model ?
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a collage I made a while ago. most of the works here are Satoshi Kamiya's models
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>>557181
forgot the file..
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>>557182
Would render much better with non-metallic paper (e.g.: wizard, praying mantis, even mammoth tusks, ...)
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>see all the amazing shit
>i just do paper hats
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i löv you blini
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Tedious
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>>557182
fuck you i hate spiders
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Ive always made paper cranes from any scrap paper lying around like in a boring class or out of my bus ticket, Ive made hundreds. I started making them when I was around 11 and I'm almost 15 now. There are lots of paper cranes I've made hidden down my street. Sadly I have no idea when I'll get to 1000 cranes, maybe I already have, so I might never be able to make my wish
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>>557391
Satisfying af
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>>557568
Not really satisfying, it’s full of little imperfections because I was too lazy to do the diagonal pre-creases. To be fair, it would’ve been terribly boring (the square grid is 48×48) but it made it look superficially cleaner.
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>>557161
i think its called a giraffe
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>>557456
I do exactly the same thing. Except I've been doing it for 10 years. Crane on man, crane on
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I tend to make an awful lot of these rats by Eric Joisel
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a cute duck I made
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a dwarf, unhappy with the face though
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selfmade man by Eric Joisel, again the face sux
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>>554086
>>554086
really cool dude
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>>554086
bear or wolf?
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Pegasus, from a single patterned sheet of karape approx 70cm*70cm
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the standard dwarf by Eric Joisel
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mockingjay
>>558446
I thought it was a dog
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>>558440
I don’t like the tail
>>558441
Are the feet unfinished?
>>558443
>>558444
I don’t like them
>>558447
I don’t like the paper, but it looks well-folded
>>558447
I don’t like the face
>>558449
I don't like the paper, but I really like how the model looks
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>>558452
> I don’t like the tail
> Are the feet unfinished?
I can't get them to stay in the right shape
> I don’t like them
not really satisfied with em either, though I like the way the legs and trousers of the joker turned out
> I don’t like the paper, but it looks well-folded
thanks, yeah it's just a really cheap type of wrapping paper, don't really have the money to spend a lot on fancy papers
> I don’t like the face
I do :)
> I don't like the paper, but I really like how the model looks
thanks, it's a3 printer paper cut square IIRC, the model can be found on YouTube
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>>558443
>>558444
>>558448
I think you should spend more time trying to fold things neatly and modeling you origamis. It seems that you're using kraft paper, if so there are some better paper that would improve the rendering of your models.

>>558447
Folding looks good but i think this pattern doesn't work well with the model. You should also try to wet finish (with methyl cellulosis if you have, if not you can also use plain water) the parts where the paper unfold itself (at the legs for example). You could also use glue, don't be afraid to use glue, every good folder you see on the internet use glue for their models.
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>>558461
> I think you should spend more time trying to fold things neatly and modeling you origamis. It seems that you're using kraft paper, if so there are some better paper that would improve the rendering of your models.
yeah it's more or less like thin kraft paper, I might buy some better paper in a while.
I think my bases are usually quite accurate, but I don't know how to properly model / finish them. I've tried folding a couple of bigger faces with the same amount and shape of 'flaps' that are available in the dwarfs, but that didn't work out all that good either.
> Folding looks good but i think this pattern doesn't work well with the model. You should also try to wet finish (with methyl cellulosis if you have, if not you can also use plain water) the parts where the paper unfold itself (at the legs for example). You could also use glue, don't be afraid to use glue, every good folder you see on the internet use glue for their models.
I used lots of methyl cellulose on most of the other models, used a bit on the Pegasus to keep the legs in more or less the same position.
Wouldn't I need way thicker paper for water shaping to work? what
I'm working on pictured phoenix ATM, will try using glue and methyl cellulose to shape it properly (I intend to film burning it and to reverse the video)
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forgot the phoenix WIP pic (maybe not entirely appropriate for this thread, but whatever)
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>>558464
there are 2 separate things.

Wet folding is using a wet heavy (>100g/sm usually) paper that you dampen and fold while it is still wet. Generaly you would only use plain water for that.

Wet finishing is using a usually thinner paper, you fold everything dry. When come the moment of shaping the model you wet the part you want to shape, you shape the part and then you hold it in the shape you want until it's dry. This can be do e with simple wather but is usually better with a bit of MC.
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>>554182
That's terrible, it's upside down.




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