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Hermit Crab by Dreams-Made-Flesh Hermit Crab by Dreams-Made-Flesh
Designed by Satoshi Kamiya, folded by me from a hand tinted, 18 inch piece of Sekishu paper. First fold through, and I'm fairly pleased with the result.
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siphanophore Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014  New member Student Artisan Crafter
very nice,lifelike, great tint
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Origamilover462002 Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Where did ya found the diagram to this? =O

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fractalhead Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2013
very good
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Minali-Caritas Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2011
Very cool.
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Dreams-Made-Flesh Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011
Thanks!
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Minali-Caritas Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2011
Yw =)
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iDoux Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
me too... awesome folding as always, really like the two colors detail and the shell is awesome too... love it... how long took you?
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Dreams-Made-Flesh Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2011
Thanks! I folded it over the course of two days, and took another two days to shape and wet-finish it. Maybe three or four hours of folding, and then six hours shaping, including drying time?
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iDoux Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
that is... wow... oh god, so much time... definitly my thing isnt the wet folding, its weird now that i think about it, i spend a lot of hours making modules to make just one kusudama or modular, still your work looks much awesome than mine... really loved the colors man... looks realistic... you dont sell your masterpieces?
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Dreams-Made-Flesh Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2011
It's all about what you want to invest that time doing. Modulars are fun too, and I went through a phase a while back where I was making a ton of them. I generally just keep my work for my display or give it away to friends. There is some vagueness with copyright law and origami models, so I generally don't sell the work, so as to avoid conflict with the creators.
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