Crowned Crane (CPC68) Reference Lines

Crease Pattern Challenge, Origami

So far, only one person has asked about this one, but I had found this interesting before anyway. I nearly put these with the original post. I double checked and wrote up my notes so they’re (hopefully) understandable.

This is a possible way to get the reference lines, but there may be a simpler way. I want to point that out because this model strikes me as having lines in more random places than most crease patterns. That is, it seems more like a model that has steps like in diagramed models. Creases found based on previous steps would be much easier to fold/follow. However, it may just have intentionally difficult to find reference lines for the challenge part.

My finished model (from the double checking) follows the reference line diagrams below.

Crease Pattern Challenge 072

Crease Pattern Challenge, Origami

Issue 128’s Challenge (#72) is a Horned Owl by Naoyuki Yada. It’s a pretty stately horned owl, but you’ll have to google it to see that. I’ve struck yet again, making a more cartoonish version than the original. This one sort of looks like it could be in an anime.

OTMCP_072 - HORNED OWL - YADA (103) OTMCP_072 - HORNED OWL - YADA (104)

OTMCP_072 - HORNED OWL - YADA (105) OTMCP_072 - HORNED OWL - YADA (106)

Two things occur to me: most of the details of this are pretty clearly displayed in only a couple of photos, and if I looked at the reference models more when making these, they’d look more like they’re supposed to.

OTMCP_072 - HORNED OWL - YADA (101) OTMCP_072 - HORNED OWL - YADA (102)

For the first, here are some pics with different lightings and some zooms. For the second, it’s probably more artistic to have your own interpretation of a crease pattern. Plus, I like cute models.

OTMCP_072 - HORNED OWL - YADA (107)