Home · Documents; Hojyo Takashi – Maitreya (Origami) Violinist – paper-life. Hojyo Takashi El. Takashi. Origami Maitreya designed by Hojyo Takashi folded by Ivan Svatko from uncut square of Washi Deluxe paper. [img]~origami/shasin/maitreya/[/img] Hello everyone. These pics are the Maitreya folded by takashi.
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I first folded this model almost 10 years ago and was really excited and amaze on the intricacy of the design then.
I’ve folded this model but I maitteya some problems. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: The Maitreya model is considered quite an easy model to fold. Need help with folding a model?
Although there is a slight difficulty at step 17 and 18 diagram seem to be misprintedbut it is not difficult to execute the necessary fold judging from the diagram odigami and after. I also think it’s be better to fold the final steps without looking at the diagrams, but rather folding to taste or by looking at the pictures of the folded model. You can only get so far with A4 so try out some nice handmade paper. First up is the Maitreya base, I have figured out most of the directions of the fold, but am not quite sure on some that make up the head.
I would like to fold his various human base as practice. This model is very difficult to fold well. Orrigami shaping of the head was terrible, because there was only one layer which had to be pulled apart for the 3D look, nad the paper was too thin Come to my place and I’ll teach you how to modify the body.
Hojyo more recent design has even move up another level now, but these model mostly are released maiteya CP format. I origai two questions, are the directions of the fold j to s correct? If I’m not mistaken.
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Then come the next 12 steps which just guide you on shaping. You are commenting using your Facebook account. If anyone folded it perfectly please teach me.
What type of paper are you using? Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Maitreya Help me please! Jaitreya is a nice model. And how do I get the reference point U so that the head region is not too big or too small? Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.
Board index All times are UTC. I used 25cm of thin brown wrapping paper painted blue with Ecoline water based color. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: You cant pull down the “hat” because you don’t reverse down the “ears” copmletely.
Elephant hide may be a little thick but anything like lightweight watercolour paper or origamido paper would work.
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I wonder what kind of paper does Mr. I also get suck in modifying the shape of The Maitreya,too. Here is a question for you and for all those who have folded it, would you recommend folding the full the crease pattern of the base first origa,i use some folding sequence for the whole model? My finished model has no soul of living ,just a dead model,not as vivid as Mr. Since I like human models, I like the work of Hojyo Takashi quite a bit.
If there is one thing I learned from Michael Lafosse that’s most important it is paper selection! I maitreua look at the completed picture but it ‘s no use. It’s a very difficult model to fold well.
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His design now only captured the the human form in good proportion and anthropometric ratio, but also include much details to the human features. Folding the first 87 steps to get the base is less than 2 hrs job.
Hojyo’s folding sequences may be complex but what seperates his models from origmi is the wet-folding and paper. With something of this complexity A4 paper is just not going to make the cut. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here These pics are the Maitreya folded by Mr.