To date, Satoshi has designed 3 versions of Ryujin and all are published in the form of crease pattern CP. The versions are actually the evolution of his design from the simplest version 1. The first thing to do is to generate the CP. I like to use this method to generate CP because you can control the precise measurement for all the crease line. Another advantage of using the drafting package for drawing the CP is the scale feature, where you can plot the CP to any size within the limit of the plotter paper.
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All of these images were uploaded to the Internet during which was pretty much the major criteria for their selection. I picked my favourite creations and you can vote for which one you think is the best at the end of this post. Voting will be open for two weeks until Monday March 11, I love the facial expression as well as that fishing rod. The three feet and claws look fantastic and I love the pose here as well.
The head is probably my favourite part about this model but the wings, tail, legs, body and whole thing looks incredible. Then he added claws, reversed the 3D belly which put it into a more frightening pose and finished it up by giving it a more snake-like tail.
Everything about this is super impressive. The paper used here is great and I also quite like how it almost looks like there are flames on the back. Absolutely beautiful work here, they both look incredible.
The head looks really awesome, especially the eye. Each one of them is made from a single square of paper and the fork itself though is a separate square of paper.
He also made excellent video tutorials so you can fold these yourself.
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