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First Fold Front View. Diagrams in the book: I’ve only folded the model once, and that was from double tissue.

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Also see a picture of the front view. So far I’m kamiyya step using it but I was wondering if you think I will be able to finish with that type of paper. My first attempt I failed and faulted the paper I used gift wrapping paper and after a couple more attempts I didn’t think my folding ability was up to par so I didn’t even try for over a year or so. I’m not sure where you can get it.

You can see a video on how to do this at http: Congratulations upon completing your first Ancient Dragon! The head seems to spring apart. It might not be the tidiest fold, but I am still happy that I managed to complete it this time round.

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Lines and paragraphs break automatically. Would be happy to get a reponse: Plus, paper choice is so important, because most paper can’t handle that much creasing and holding in your hands and fiddling around with.


Well, wrapping paper is a very broad term. I do remember there are a couple of complex sinks in there, where you need to partly closed sink, partly open sink, and all that on maybe 6 different parts at the same time. For metallic sheets – if 50cm width is sufficient – you can try http: Now i wanted to ask you if you can give me some challinging modles or models you’ve designed by yourself.

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I was wondering if you think I could use gift-wrapping anient to make this model. By easier I do not mean the model will be easy to fold, of course, it will just be a tiny bit less super-complex.

I need time, patience draogn good paper. I’d tried it with some other paper before and failed miserably. The papers just tears even though I’m super gentle with it, but I’ve watched your video on how to make double tissue and tissue foil, so I was planning on getting to make that soon: Actually, I do think quite a few of Robert Lang’s models work well with Kraft paper.

I recommend using double tissue: I used double tissue, which works well.

Also see a picture of the back view. This is as he wishes it, and I respect that. Jamiya page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.


My gut feeling tells kaimya double tissue would probably work better. And indeed I succeeded in completing the model. I’ve heard it’s quite a bit easier to fold than the Ancient Dragon, but I’ve never really felt that motivated to fold it I’ve had that problem a lot with some models. Skip to main content. If I could learn to and perfect folding this model, I would pass out where I sit!

Sara could you post a new photo of this with the modified spikes? And indeed I succeeded in completing the xatoshi.

I don’t use spray glue, either. I’ve made many complex models nearly any out of the book of Satoshi Kamiya and made Bahamut on first and ancient dragon on second try. But it sounds like your better than me.

This one is alot more fun than the ancient dragon whitch is andient boring i folded 4 times with only one realy satisfactory one out of 40 by 40 cm double tissue paper whitch was really thin and it is a little kaniya eisier than the ancient dragon seeing there are not so many sinks also im only 12 and folding for 6 months.

I haven’t folded Bahamut, and I don’t think I will. Ah, it’s been some time since I folded this.