Do you think you would be able to get the permission from John Montroll to do a tutorial on this? I cant get the book anywhere (no, not even online) because my parents wont let me, and I would really love to make this model. Sorry if I'm bothering, I was just wondering. Thanks in advance! :3
by looking at this picture,the three head seems to be made from a frog base.and the tail is from a bird base.the wings seems to have extra paper inside it and there is an extra layer of paper that is hidden beneath the body.i experimented on using a windmill base(that is smaller) and squashes all of them to make 1 stretched bird base and 4 frog base.but then i didn't know what to do next or what base to fold.could you drop me a hint?
By looking at this picture and the "Dragon in flight".. they seem very similar.. Is that true???
Um.... no :)
Actually, I think the models look quite different, and obviously a model with 10 points (3 heads, tail, 2 wings, 4 legs) will have to be designed quite differently to a model with 8 points (minus 2 heads). ;)
Thats very true...
I have the diagrams but i never gonna try this
Where did you get the diagrams???
I wanna make this model badly!......!
Diagrams are in the book "Mythological Creatures and the Chinese Zodiac in Origami" by John Montroll, see http://www.happyfolding.com/book-montroll-mythological_creatures_and_the...
good work :^)
yeah, i agree with javier... can you please make a video on how to make the three headed dragon by john montroll.... i checked amazon and it costs 50$!!! it'll take me forever to save that much money....T_T oh well, thanks in advance! :P
Please, post a video for the three headed dragon
is this model by anibal voyer? it doesnt actually look like the one in the diagram
The designer is John Montroll.