Origamido Giganotosaurus

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    Compare it to the first rendition from a half-year ago: www.flickr.com/photos/origami-artist-galen/5650389322/in/...

    You can see that I modified the back and neck to mostly close the seams; I also widened the neck and totally changed the body region. It's more refined, but it also looks more like a tyrannosaur now...

    Designed by Shuki Kato
    Folded from: one 15" square of Origamido
    Size: 12" from nose to tail

    EZ Origami, Origami Axel, and 31 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. MV origami 29 months ago | reply

      Now that's origami! Great work Shuki. Better than anything else; painted or otherwise! Fantastic!

    2. shuki.kato 29 months ago | reply

      Woohoo! I'm glad this rendition was a success!!!


      Yup, new version.


      Really?? I really liked the last couple beetles I folded too, but you could be right;)

    3. Kisa OLEG 29 months ago | reply

      So COOL !!! So COOL !!! So COOL !!! FANTASTIC fold !!!

    4. Ferorigami 29 months ago | reply

      WOW!! Excellent design!

    5. Origami T-My 29 months ago | reply

      great design!!

    6. Ayrel 29 months ago | reply

      Very nice!!

    7. joshua goutam [deleted] 29 months ago | reply

      Perfect Shuki.

    8. gj0kyz 29 months ago | reply

      That's an amazing model, the teeth are superb. Many congratulations!

    9. mrmicawer 29 months ago | reply

      It's marvelous! Teeth, claws, attitude...so perfect.

    10. Montibelloorigami [deleted] 29 months ago | reply

      Very detailed, I'm impressed.

    11. Littlezilla 29 months ago | reply

      Absolutely incredible!

    12. Fishgoth 29 months ago | reply

      Very impressive! Advice for how to make a 9 and a half model into a 10 out of 10 : 1) Make the back legs longer. Or make the crimp in the legs going forward a lot higher up the leg to make them appear longer. 2) See the neck, where it joins the skull? There needs to be a dip just before that. The larger theropods had muscles acting on curves bony hinge. This would also make the head a little more prominent. 3) Give the impression of eyes, maybe with eye ridges. I know Giganotsuars didn't have developed eye ridges, but the crease parallel to the teeth needs something to display the eyes better. Looking forward to Giganotosaurus v3!

    13. shuki.kato 29 months ago | reply

      Hmmm, it's something to think about and I'm thankful for the advice, but I respectfully disagree on a few accounts. The legs are about the right length for a Giganto (they might look shorter that actual because of the angle), Tyrannosaurs had longer legs as you probably know.

      I somewhat agree with the "dip" and eye ridges, they're both there, but I tried to sleek them out, maybe too much; they were a little more prominent in the first version:

    14. gregsparkrangers 29 months ago | reply

      these are fantastic! they must take you absolutely ages to do!!!!

    15. o'sorigami 28 months ago | reply

      I like it better now

    16. Peter Saydak 23 months ago | reply

      That's amazing! Especially the teeth!

    17. billybob228 20 months ago | reply

      Is there a tutorial/ diagrams for this model? Super cool!

    18. BluePaperMoon 19 months ago | reply

      hes making a book which includes this one as well.

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