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Do any of you know how to diagram origami? Is there like a graphics package to notate it digitally, or is the only option doing it by hand (a fucking nightmare)?
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>>566981
Dear anon, truth is there are no shortcuts. No matter which software you choose, the point stands: you have to draw each single step.

This being said, I used Inkscape. You may want to try Dia, or any software with vector graphics support.

It takes forever. The final model image is not a drawing, though, I took a picture and traced it.
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>>566981
try the TreeMaker
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>>566993
That's not a diagramming tool though.
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>>566981
Don't diagram. Diagram is for noobs. CP shows the true skill of a folder
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>>566985
drawnings are clean but why are you using this S shaped path ? And why didn't you put any text on the diagram ?
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>>567141
Not that anon who uploaded dragon.pdf, but S-shaped diagrams are easier to follow - just "walk" along the path as you fold.
Of course, regular left-to-right and top-to-bottom diagrams are often appreciated, because that's the usual way of reading a book in the western world.
To each his own.
(As for no text, that isn't really needed when diagram is clear and not targeting total beginners)
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Thanks for the diagram, I made the model. I like it.
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>>568422
those fucking nails
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>>568432
fucking hell cannot unsee
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>>568510
Oh, you cinnamon roll...
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hello
im doing home work by writing
i think its best that i organize my homework using a 3d cube like this.
https://mathematica.stackexchange.com/questions/103207/how-to-creat-mesh-on-the-cubes-surface
unfortunately its only 4x4x4 does anyone have a clear blank template for a cuboid for 7x7x7 and upwards which i can then print out
please
thanks
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>>568432
whats wrong with them?.
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>>566985
Someone should apply deep learning style transfer or something to translate between photos of partially assembled origami and the illustration style of origami diagrams
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>>571056
i'm on it. will start 8 year college education now, intern at google, get on the deepmind team

will report back in 2030 keep this thread alive



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