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Origami Pokemon thread
post cp's, diagrams, and your finished models
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>>567982
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>>567985
Are those 90° and 45° creases based on the division in thirds and sixths of the quarters?
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>>567995
The CP uses a 12ths grid
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>>568000
Okay then, I might give it a try.
Where’s >>567999 though?
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oh nice i got trips
>>568001
Use the original fold as a shaping reference
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>>567982
Did somebody said CP?
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@568055
First time on /po/ or are you just 13?
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>>568056

>first time on /po/?
>uses @ sign instead of >>

Is this your first time on 4chan?
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>>568057
Haven’t you seen people use @ when they don’t want to give people (You)s?
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>>568059
Nope, and I've been on this site about a decade. Maybe I just never noticed
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>>568060
Oh hi Nepafarius
Here’s your Manta Ray that I made from white tissue foil
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>>568062
Nicely done! One thing I noticed is people tend to miss the reverse folds near the back so you can see the fins adjacent to the tail

Must not be so clear in the photos. Sometimes it's hard to remember for other people it's the first time they're seeing the steps.
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>>567982
A'ight, here's a couple of my designs, no CPs, sorry.
My Girafarig design. I didn't plan on doing this version, I aimed for the beta but this came out of several failed tries. I'm still working on the beta version.
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>>568120
My favourite design - Stunfisk.
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>>567985
Here are some notes that help me with collapsing this base.
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>>568122
And my attempt at Relicanth.
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>>568122
Fuck, I've just realised I said "top right corner", I meant top left.
Updated in case anyone wants to save it.
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>>568122
Nice job finding the reference point
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>>568121
Nice, I'd love to fold this, what's the base?
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>>568127
wait I think I figured it out
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>>568127
3/4 of a frog base.
The sink at the centre of the CP is just below the tip of the flap for the mouth, and the smaller one inside doesn't really matter, it's just to make things a bit easier to move.
The mouth squash is about 1/3 of its flap.
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>>568144
Wait, no. It's not a frog base. I can't remember what it's called, but you should be able to work it out from the picture.
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>>568144
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>>568214
Damn! That's nice.
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I don't suppose anyone knows what the reference point for Kakami Hitoshi's Rattata is? I've tried all the obvious stuff, quarters, thirds, fifths, sixths, but I just can't crack it.

Source, if anyone wants to see the final model.
http://calicoorigami.web.fc2.com/frame/frame_pokemon.html
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>>568240
That kinda looks like sevenths, I wouldn't be surprised a few of his models use 7ths
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>>568240
Its a simple rabbit ear on the side of diagonal....then the next reference is where the lines meet the edge...now you have the top upper most square...do the stuff in there ..no need for box grid..the less lines the better
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>>568240
Then you have a big rectangle in the center ..obviously those are halfway creases on either side of the 90° line..
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>>568285
Kite and fish bases were the first things I tried, as the site mentions 22.5, but they don't help with any reference points. If I just fold the square on the inside of the blue lines here, I can crease everything, it's just grafting on the excess I can't work out.
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>>568303
You numpty the golden rule of origami is every line relates to where it meets an old crease ..or parallel to or half way between or a section of a plane...so as a newbie look at the half then the third then the square of....where the bisector or plane sometimes 80% hidden is line with the start..
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>>568363
I know the logic of crease patterns, I have solved several with no help and no problems through various means of trial and error.
Look at the image I posted - the rabbit ear you suggested doesn't provide any other references that would naturally lead to the next one. Nor do they intersect with thirds, quarters, fifths, sixth, sevenths, or eights. So at what point does your suggestion provide a solid reference point for the blue lines in >>568303 ?

If you're still so cocksure I'm not getting what you're saying, show me on the crease pattern.
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>>568002
impressive !
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>>568055
kek
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Any glaceon?
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zepdos
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>>570442
Looks amazing! The talons and face look good in this geometric style. Is this how it’s supposed to look like? I am clueless about Pokémon.
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>>570442
is there a CP for this?
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>>570445
This is Zapdos. So, sort of looks the same? I like the spikes on the back of the head. Which I guess you can't see there.

There are more pictures here:
https://cagedscorpion.com/2018/11/26/zapdos/
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>>570446
There's like part of a crease pattern, but not the head
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>>568240
I've finally managed to crack this. It's a bit hard to explain, but I'll do my best.

Best to do all these creases lightly so as not to interfere with the rest of the CP - fold two fish bases at opposite ends of the diagonal, then bring the lower raw edge to where the short crease of the fish base intersects with the diagonal across the paper (and where the two bisectors intersect on the top triangle of the square [both marked with red crosses on this pic]). Where this new crease intersects with the short crease of the opposite end fish base (marked with circled crosses) provides the reference for the vertical line marked in blue in >>568303
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>>570469
i'm not sure this will help anymore, but here's how i got my reference points

also, i like Calico's origami a lot (i wish i could get the zapdos crease pattern), but i've noticed before that there's a pretty big jump between the finished crease pattern and the model. the bottom right is what i ended up with, and, while i can basically tell what's what, it needs a lot of shaping
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>>570473
Well, it's certainly less complicated than mine. I did a quick test and it seems your references don't quite line up with mine, but that could be due to me testing it very quickly and very roughly. But they look close enough together to not make a huge difference whichever way we do it.

I like his models too. Nidoran and Pidgey were the two that drove me to learn how to read crease patterns. You're so right about how much shaping his models need - I spent 6 months repeatedly trial-and-erroring Nidoran and it's now one of my favourite things to fold. Drowzee's next, but it's bloody insane. I have what I think is the correct base, but I have no idea where to go from there, other than the nose.
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>>570473
Interesting, I checked the two reference points again on the same sheet and again, they don't quite align. However, I tested out your method and continued with the entire CP and got exactly the same results as with mine. The coloured one was using your method, the white mine and they're identical.

Given that your method is much cleaner than mine, I think I'll stick to using that, so thanks! In hindsight, it seems so simple and obvious, I'm kinda annoyed with myself I couldn't figure it out sooner.
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>>568055
I thought that I was the only
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>>570539
i been doing all those tanteidan magazine crease pattern challenges, so i look for reference points a lot. it's funny, but you only need almost perfect points for most models. (i have run into a couple that being even slightly off will ruin the whole thing)

i didn't end up much into Calico's stuff, because my favourites didn't have crease patterns (zapdos, raichu, jirachi, and some others like space godzilla)



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