Monday, 30 July 2012

The burning origami (of legends and paper)!

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Imagine folding a piece of paper all wrapped in flames... to think that the folds risk to end up not so well made even in normal conditions! ;-)

Anyway, the latest model I demonstrate in my "...and origami for all" tutorials series is the "japanese phoenix", known like "houou"!
It shares many similarities with a traditional crane... but the tail, well... that's where the beauty of this model lies!

It's the second tutorial, so far, where I adopt my new conception of tutorial, made easily browsable through the help of some CD/DVD player - like buttons... I have to say that I still am pretty happy with it... and, hopily, the people watching it are as satisfied as I am!

Not only.
In this tutorial I finally introduce subtitles in four languages (Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and French), in order to help most of my viewers enjoy the experience... the only doubt is about the correctness of those subtitles (obtained my means of automatic translation)... hopily, as soon as the mistakes will be found, I will receive some help to make them better!

Oh! I was almost forgetting! This video features a brand, new instrumental symphonic piece by me, that I think should give some relaxing atmosphere... hopily, without getting too boring! xD

Ok. Here it comes.
Ladies and gentlemen, feel free to enjoy the origami japanese phoenix!
Feel free to interact: I just love it!
:-)

Dan



2 comments:

  1. I will see when I get to him;) I'm going to keep in order all your tutorials...

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  2. It's a long way... but there's no need to be too fast; in my opinion, instead, being slow at folding is almost essential in order to achieve some good folds... hence, a good final model!
    :-)

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