blue's Chinese 3D modular origami

Peacock - Diagram



Digram in Japanese:

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  • At April 24, 2008 1:16 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Is the base of this model similar to that of the swans?

     
  • At May 19, 2008 8:50 AM , Blogger blue said...

    Yes it is, 2 different sized ring stacked on top of each other. And the body is a ball base, I have not actually made this, I imagine you may need to increase ring size as body goes up, to get the larger tail feature.

     
  • At June 11, 2008 7:42 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hey
    i saw your pictures, u saw have an eye for talent!
    i have to research coz my sister is having a wedding. she put me in charge of making a HUGE man-tall swan/peacock/bird of my choice. I still dont know which to do, swan or peacock. i made small oens before and they took me forever. the larger one is more basic, less colours, and about 60cm for its base. a little clumsy, but after i set the glue in after im done it should look ok, any tips u can give me?

     
  • At June 12, 2008 7:44 AM , Blogger blue said...

    wow, I have never made any model that size. i wonder if you still need to glue them. maybe you can try thicker paper, like construction paper?

     
  • At December 4, 2008 2:28 AM , OpenID shakemymindddx said...

    Hi, thank you so much for posting these but I am having trouble understanding the pictures with no text/numbers - do you have these instructions in English by any chance, or can tell me the numbers per line?

     
  • At December 4, 2008 10:02 AM , Blogger blue said...

    The black and white diagrams has all the pieces and layers drawn and layed out. On the right of the diagram shows the line number and number of pieces on that line. The text is in Japanese, but the number is still in numerals, the format is X line Y pieces.

     
  • At January 29, 2009 9:29 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    The scan on the diagram is a little cut off where I think the number of units needed for the swan's neck is located. Do you happen to know the number of units needed for the neck? Thanks muchly!! (^_^)

     

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