HOJYO TAKASHI BUDDHA PDF

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I approached the users in Japanese. It was translated as: They could probably give you an actual translation since some of them are takxshi fluent.

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SE chat for help with this. As you found yourself Google Translate was not particularly helpful in this matter: Clearly, from Step 71, I’m pulling paper around to cover the front of the wrist, but I can’t for the life of me figure out how to flip the paper around and leave the rest of the hand the same.

It was translated as:. Newer Post Older Post Home. I would love to make this Buddha, and have it amongst my ‘soul-objects’ of inspiration. I hope I find instructions to make this beautiful design and try my hand at it: Labels aarey milk colony architecture art art of living artists asana astronomy B. Sign up using Facebook.

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Doing Japanese OCR, hand-fixing the scanos, and running it through Google translate has been no help at all. Closeup of the Japanese text for the Step 70 description: Robert Lang’s Origami website. To represent the muscles of the thumb by overlaying more flipping and to the opposite side but better at the root of this layer is to state that twisted without breaking the perfect interfere with the base looks like the following figure only the peripheral of the hands of the tip it is sufficient.

I found them through my flickr page, they have a group where you can pool in origami pictures. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. My friend Sarita had told me about them while I was working on the installation I did at the Kalaghoda arts festival, which used origami lotuses.

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HOJYO Takashi—Buddha

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Hojyo creates figures especially rich in texture and three-dimensionality, utilizing pleats and multiple layers of paper to hojgo depth in his subjects with attention to pose and gesture. Any chance of getting a higher resolution picture of the text? This is a wiki since the work was done by broccoli takasi who is a user over there. This perfectly folded stunning Buddha is by Takashi Hojyo, a contemporary Origami master living in Tokyo. To represent the muscles of the thumb by overlaying more flipping and to the opposite side but better at the root of this layer is to state that twisted without breaking the perfect interfere taksahi the base looks like the following figure only the peripheral of the hands bucdha the tip it is sufficient I approached the users in Japanese.

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I can read Japanese and I’ve done some origami, but unfortunately some of those kanji are just too fuzzy to make out. Origami never fails to amaze me. View my complete profile.