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I glad they helped. For more information go here http: If someone would still post the base, I will go cp hunting again. Any one can help me please?
The magazine is great featuring articles about different artists and has diagrams for some complex models sometimes Satoshi Also every issue has a crease pattern challenge in the back as well as upcoming events. I already made the base. I wanted to know if this open sink should also be done to the portion on the other side of the paper behind which corresponds to this fold. I am kinda new in the forum and with Crease pattern folding as well.
It ended up being Gabriel 3, the angel. Board index All times are UTC. One Problem, I’m working with a cp, and I don’t know which flap goes where.
I was wondering if anyone had any tips for how to better work a couple of the areas. There are 11 types of people in the world: I hope someone can help me with this problem and translate those words.
I really hope for any video or step by step picture to do those steps Actually i have a problem, i started to fold the cp from the tanteidan magazin 79, but i cant read Japanese and i cant anderstand where is the head the hands the violin and etc.
Those who don’t understand binary code, people who DO understand binary code, and then there’s people who understand binary code but don’t know they do. I don’t understand what I should do on that step. Thank you so very much! That’s why I was so turned around. However, I really want it to be perfect, as I intend for it to be a Christmas gift for someone special.
The diagram of the violinist in Tanteidan Convention Book 1 is probably not the one that emberjelly is looking for. I tried uploading all of the images here, but i did it in the wrong way. Start by inverting the convex points along that ridge. I fell in love with that model ever since I saw this: Also, you can refer to this post: At the time, I thought this model to be beyond me. Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks in advance, Paperz. But since i am a violist i couldn’t wait to fold this great model.
The diagram to the violinist below was sent to JAOS members sometime in the past.
Violinist – Hojyo Takashi
Next time I definitely won’t make the same mistake. I always end up with something that only seems half-way right after half an hour of fiddling with it. Hojyo Takashi – Violinlst Need help with folding a model?
Particularly, I have a really hard time collapsing the folds that are essentially the armpit of the model i. Hojyo Takashi – Violinist Need help with folding a model? So instead of going through everything all over again, here is the link to my flickr account. Here is a photo of my very first completed attempt on the model sorry for the terrible photo: I would love to see the pictures of both versions and, of course, compare them. Every time I’m not really sure what I’m supposed to do, mainly because of the low quality of the scans blurring where the valley and mountain folds are.
May the shwartz be with you! They’re both great models. Any way, wish I could send pics. I only folded in an a4 paper and make it square.
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The violinist steps are in their own set with descriptions of what is going on. How do i shape this to base? If you still need them I’ll upload them later today.
The rest is confusing me. The crazy thing is, is I’ve been searching for both of those patterns for a year now, while looking for one, I got the other. I’ve worked about hrs only for this. Hi, I am at Step where the model says ‘open sink’ I accidentally got the the wrong cp.
I really wish I had bought the “World of Super Complex Origami” book while I was in Japan, I had it in my hands one day and now I’m kicking myself everyday for not picking it up.