Then you just fold it back down for step 50 smexhyz You do exactly what you did in the previous steps So the answer to your question is "no" the other pleats do not get folded over it. Here are some pictures that may help illustrate: Step 57 side view i circled showing that the middle gets pleated Picture of how the middle looks when u get to step 83 see how the middle is "stuck" to the other layer when it gets pleated? Step 54 Ragnorax wrote: You are pulling the layer apart so that you can collapse it the same way you did in step Maybe these pictures will help.
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To date, Satoshi has designed 3 versions of Ryujin and all are published in the form of crease pattern CP. The versions are actually the evolution of his design from the simplest version 1. The first thing to do is to generate the CP.
I like to use this method to generate CP because you can control the precise measurement for all the crease line. Another advantage of using the drafting package for drawing the CP is the scale feature, where you can plot the CP to any size within the limit of the plotter paper. But you still can fold model bigger than the plotter paper by plotting the CP in 4 quaters and then join the paper to form a large sheet.
The only drawback so far is the models is only white in color. After about 1 hr of drafting and checking, my first Ryujin 1. CP of Ryujin 1. Big Mistake. I manage to figure out how to fold the body, tail and legs, but when it comes to the dragon head, I just cannot seems to get it right. Almost there… but still far from finish So I decided to cut up the CP into smaller portion for test folding just the dragon head….
CP of dragon head of Ryujin 1. After 2 failed attempt on folding the head and tenths of hours of research in the internet, I finally manage to get the rough shape of the dragon head.
The dragon head — Ryujin 1. So I decided to put in these detail into the CP for reference, and here is the M-V lines for the dragon head. Tracing of the Mountain-Valley fold lines of the dragon head of Ryujin 1. Share this:.
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Megor It might not be the tidiest fold, but I am still happy that I managed to complete it this time round. By the way the paper was very, very big. Thank you so much! You need thin, but strong paper to get a nice result.
Satoshi Kamiya - Works Of Satoshi Kamiya 2.pdf
Yes Tinted diagrams to show 2 sides of paper? Yes Photos of completed models? Yes Is there indication to the model size resulting from size of starting paper? Yes Overall Impression. Works of Satoshi Kamiya Make crease lines at a right angle through circled intersections. Most of his models, despite being ultra-complex and extremely detailed, still have a sense of beauty and are quite aesthetic and pleasing to look.
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Thank you so much! First Fold Back View. Lines and paragraphs break automatically. I do remember there are a couple of complex sinks in there, where you need to partly closed sink, partly open sink, and all that on maybe 6 different parts at the same time. Not forAncient dragon but if its short enough can you do john montrolls three headed dragon? I think it looks awsome.
Works of Satoshi Kamiya 1995-2003
Is there indication to the model size resulting from size of starting paper? No, but recommended starting size is provided Are the models "Pure" origami From a single square - no cuts? Most of his models, despite being ultra-complex and extremely detailed, still have a sense of beauty and are quite aesthetic and pleasing to look at. This book was expected for a long time, and when its contents was finally revealed, there was some disappointment, as almost all the models in it have already been published elsewhere - in magazines, convention-books etc. Kamiya states in the forward to the book that he did not publish this book in order to show his new designs, but rather to provide a source of inspiration for young would-be designers.