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- Fri Dec 12, 2014 11:01 pm
- Forum: Diagrams
- Topic: History of the valley and mountain folding lines
- Replies: 12
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Here's a summary of dashed lines used in books that I've found public-domain scans of online: Maria Kraus-Boelte, "The Kindergarten Method" (1882) uses dashed lines for both active folds and precreased marks. T. de Moulidars, "Les Grand Encyclopedie des Joyeux" (1888?) uses dashed lines for active f...
- Fri Jan 13, 2012 8:20 pm
- Forum: Models and presentation
- Topic: Tess Framing, how do you do yours?
- Replies: 2
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Something I'd be interested in trying is a two-way frame that would allow both sides of the tessellation to be viewed. But after some playing around, I realized that conventional frames don't work like that and I'll have to build my own. Any ideas for where I might find information about building fr...
Doing some research on the traditional waterbomb-base tulip-- seems it was introduced to the Western origami scene in the 80s, and is either of Vietnamese or Thai origin, depending on who you ask. I was wondering, has anybody run across evidence of traditional folding in Southeast Asian countries? I...
Found a reference: H. Porck, ‘Het koffertje van Frank. Geniale papieren vouwsels’, in: P. Gentenaar (samenst.) en A. Westerhof (red.). Geest van papier= Spirit of Paper . Leiden 2004, p. 334-353. http://www.hollandpapierbiennale.nl/2004.html http://www.worldcat.org/title/geest-van-papier/oclc/614591...
I'm a Music Composition student in my junior year at University of California, Davis. Recently I've become interested in the history and pedagogy of origami through my work as a freelance origami artist-- one client I had asked about the copyright status of traditional models, and I was surprised ho...
Realistically, I think we will only be able to translate a very small number of posts-- so perhaps translation shouldn't be a user-requested feature, but a moderator-controlled one. If somebody posts in a language other than english, a moderator might run it through a machine translator to check tha...
- Wed Dec 07, 2011 11:12 am
- Forum: Napkin folding
- Topic: Gefaltete Schönheit – the most important book ever?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 4532
I had the university library order a copy soon after your blog post, and I have to say this is a really fascinating book even though I don't know German yet-- thanks for the tip Nick! Hopefully I'll pick up a little German while I work through it...
- Wed Dec 07, 2011 10:50 am
- Forum: Books
- Topic: Independent Study: books, plans, methods
- Replies: 4
- Views: 5275
I learned origami almost entirely from books, after being exposed to the basics during school, and didn't start folding from the internet or with other people until I was fairly technically proficient. I don't think I had the ideal starting sequence, but for lack of something else to start discussio...
Ben, I've got two Imagiro articles I wrote about origami tessellations history-- the first is about waterbomb/flagstone tessellations, and the second is about corrugations, though it needs to be rewritten. I can send them to you now if you'd like, but if you can wait then I'll post a revised version...