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1inkdrinker
set. 10, 2006, 8:17am

OKay, we had a discussion about favorite books. Anyone else besides me have a favorite form/model? I've already stated that I love the moth from "origami for the Enthusiast". The hardback book and cover from the "Omnibus" is also a fav. The one piece jack in the box is another I love (can't remember the book at the moment) but I don't do that one quiet as often because it requires a specials shape of paper and it take a very large sheet to do it.

2bookishbunny Primer missatge
set. 11, 2006, 10:51am

I'm currently doing the 1,000 cranes thing, so, by the end of it all, I could probably tell you the crane will NOT be my favorite. I am going to play with a few new ones during my downtime, so I may fall in love with one today! I'll let you know.

3bookgeekmatt
set. 12, 2006, 7:09am

My fav model to fold regularly is the crane. I've had an entire gathering of my girlfriend friends and friends of friends asking me how to fold one. 'Twas a fun afternoon, sitting in a london park, in the sunshine teaching people to fold.

I also love the octagonal box (Fuse, I think) but I only fold something like that infrequently.

4kaffles
nov. 19, 2006, 5:46pm

I have a bit of a fixation on the rose from Origami for the Connoisseur - it's so lovely and 3D, especially when done with soft-ish paper, even though it comes out a bit square. I haven't been able to do Kasahara's more tricky one, though.

5Yiggy
nov. 24, 2006, 5:08pm

Growing up I loved Origami and normally spent a great deal of time hunched over a small piece of paper and a book. I have not plied my hand at anything complex in years, but I will never forget how to fold a crane. I used to sit down and fold hundreds of them and store them in origami boxes. You know, the whole thousand cranes for a wish thing had me going as a little kid. Now I fold cranes whenever I have a small scrap of paper in my hands that I can easily make square. If its shiney and foily, double bonus because I always really liked metallic paper.