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>>566254It seems you like Jo Nakashima. Can understand why, his aesthetic is very nice.
>>566278Yes, I like his work. I like yours, too. That's why I'm still waiting on diagrams of the ones I mentioned in the thread you started.
>>566286And I am working on them. Sorry I'm not the fastest at what I do
>>566291Oh, you do good work. Just take your time. I didn't say I was in a hurry. I just said I was still waiting (for whenever you get them done).
Do you have a dog diagram?
>>566297What kind of dog?
anyone have Akihiro Kosuge whale ???
Only diagram when the model is good enough. Lots of people waste time on drawing diagrams for garbage models
>>566303It never got released. It was supposed to be in Drawing Origami Tome 2, but for some reason, it was left out.
>>566313>for some reason, it was left out.It was too close to Kamiya's orca (which might or might not be a valid reason).
>>566317Granted, they are both nice killer whale designs, they look nothing alike (although they appear to be similar). Here is a shot of each one. First the Akihiro Kosuge design.
>>566321And now the Satoshi Kamiya design.
>>566293Sorry if that came out, I was tired and crotchety. >>566304Well, that's a very subjective thing. >>566321>>566322They are rather different, and I prefer Kosuge's version.
>>566331>I prefer Kosuge's version.I do too. I wish he had released the diagrams.
>>566259>"simple">"15 minutes">actually took me 1 hour and it was quite difficult
>>566376These times and difficulty levels are more for experienced folders, not beginners. It doesn't matter how long it takes or how difficult it is as long as you're enjoying what you're doing.
What is the most difficult diagrammed model ?
>>566407Depends on what you want to call diagram. Also some models difficulty cannot be compared as they might be difficult for different reasons. Anyway, there is this 350 step origami flying beetle by shuki kato and this 400+ steps gigantausorus also by shuki kato. They are both completely diagramed (no cp or CP/diagram hybrid)and are the longest (in terms of steps) diagram that i know. That should be a good start.
>>566259>>566376It took me 2 hours, and I am not happy with how the arms doesn't even stick out of the body.
>>566536>These times and difficulty levels are more for experienced folders, not beginners. It doesn't matter how long it takes or how difficult it is as long as you're enjoying what you're doing.
>>566538I meant that it took me twice as long as this guy >>566376
will you do the insects at some point?i hate watching youtube tutorials :/
>>566254I'm a newfag and didn't understand step 29 so I didn't do it lmao
>>566627Looks like you skipped 28 as well or didn't properly do the step. Look up crimp folds. Step 29 looks like a simple mountain fold of either side inwards.
>>566629Sorry if that seems rude. On Jo nakashima's video, step 28 begins at 10:00 if you want to see how he does it is done Also, here is a video to show pleats and crimps https://youtu.be/x_V2raCfAEQ It says pleats and crimps look the same in diagrams, which is true only if the author hasn't included arrows, which nakashima has. Double zigzag arrows indicate a crimp. No arrows with alternating valley mountain folds, with or without a single zigzag indicate pleatsStep 29 becomes simpler when step 28 is done properly. It is simply folding into the cavity of the model
>>566630Not rude at all. This being 4chan, the fact that you managed to give advice without calling me an insufferable unlovable faggot who disappoints his father makes you a saint.I did do 28 but I must have botched it
>>566261My fist complex piece after a few years not doing origami. The smaller folds were really difficult, and it took a me a long time to figure out how to do the head
>>566265Well I kinda got it. Never had to do a curve fold before and in general I'm pretty bad at 3D shaping stuff
>>566696Looks great. Very well done.
>>566261Currently waiting on some nicer paper.
>>566257>b*er bottleplease this is a blue board
there is a new design by Jo Nakashima, quite a cool phoenix but i cant be fucked to watch a 41 min video
>>566942That's only 41 minutes. Origami isn't for you if you don't have.this kind of attention span.
>>566949love folding. hate watching
>>567010What I personally like doing is watching YouTube tutorials for complex models on 2x speed. It allows me to assess the complexity of the model and enjoy the interesting steps. Also I like to mentally scold the demonstrator for dumbing down various steps down to brainlet-level even in videos that an inexperienced folder would never watch. Tadashi Mori is particularly guilty of this. Sometimes he will even say stuff like 'this is called a reverse fold' while teaching some intricate dragon.
>>566257>time to fold it: 20 minutes>video is 12 minutes hmmm
>>566261First attempt. Really like this model! Gotta try it again now that I understand it with some better paper. Also, thank you for your effort!
Anyone got a pdf of this?
>>568133Does this look like a damn diagram?
>>566261Can't believe i fucked up the wings
>>566254What's up with these ridiculous dunce caps?
Here are hundreds of origami diagrams for you.http://novoorigami.blogspot.com/
>>569213>what if we organised all these models by day or in separate pages to make them easier to find>nah, we can just put them all on the enormous main page, with all the images, and make them searchable by their Spanish namesAll those diagrams are great, but how retarded is the creator of the website?