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  1. Achaicus

    Achaicus No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    close enough
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    Achaicus No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I tried some more models at that size.
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    My fingers are way too imprecise for this! Great work!
     
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    Now, let's see you fold a paper can of Raid! :lol: NICE work!
     
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    Nice work. I could never do that with my huge sausage fingers.

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    This is after years of having done lots of origami, often at sizes smaller than recommended because I'm limited as to the materials I had available to use. These are done in the thermal paper some receipts are printed on. The traditional boat is to small to finish with even my fingers, so I had to use a toothpick to shape the insides of the ends of it. The rest use fairly simple folds so only takes some attention to detail to get the fold where I want it. Fingernails being a bit long are useful as well.
     

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