I just tried it for the first time, and I got halfway through realizing I screwed up early on. It's 11:50 pm where I live right now, so Im going to save the next attempt for later. Thanks for posting this and taking the time for the tutorial though, I truely appreciate it.
hmm. . you might wanna make another video on the tutorial. . honestly i hardly understand anything in the video. . i only manage to go to half of part 9 then i folded the details tby looking at this picture. . and now im finished. .
bottom line: tutorial video= Su*** ( no offense ok. .you even said it yourself that it was a bad time) idea/origami= great 3 thumbs up. . hahaha
My friend's birthday is coming up at the end of this week and I want to make him a little zerg army. I got the hydralisk down but now I am having trouble emulating your zergling design. I can easily fold the blintz frog base and I sort of have an idea on how to shape it, but the feature-defining folds are stumping me.
Can you give me any hints, rough sketches, or a verbal description of the folds, after the frog base, so that I can try before the instructions are posted?
Hmm, that's quite a deadline. Well, my friend's video camera is not available for another week or two, unfortunately, so it's not likely that I'll be able to make a video any time soon.
Probably the most feasible alternative is taking photos of it, like I did for the origami hydralisk instructions. However, I won't have time to add the creases, arrows, or instructional text, as that takes dozens of hours which I do not have this week. But it sounds like photos might be enough to help you along.
I could also try using a computer webcam, though I've had trouble getting the origami to show up in front of the camera correctly.
I'll see what I can hack together.
Thanks for asking. I want to see that zergling army!
The videos are fantastic! Very detailed, pretty good image quality, and clear (if a little quiet) narration. I think they are also a valuable resource for beginners beyond folding the zergling itself. Thank you, this is gonna be fun!