The Fitful Flog

June 23, 2007

Sam Taeguk Dish in Midtown

Sam Taeguk Dish in Midtown

Here we are, in the heart of Gotham, and it’s wicked noisy. But everyone we know is here, sharing techniques, models and not a few jokes.

These instructions aren’t very good, but you’re welcome to try them. I’m teaching this at the Convention tomorrow.

Sam Taeguk Dish SCP

6 Responses to “Sam Taeguk Dish in Midtown”

  1. 1
    theverycold Says:

    hi, i’m brand new. i’m folding the sam taequk dish, and i’m a little confused by the instructions. i thought that dotted lines here hills (the crease pointing up) and the solid lines were valleys (crease pointing down), am i correct?

    someone told me that there was a key to the lines and what folds they mean, but i can’t find it anywhere. can you direct me to that post, please?

  2. 2
    oschene Says:

    Here, I used standard dashed lines to mean valley folds, dashed-dotted lines to mean mountain folds. The thin solid lines are existing creases — the last fold made, for instance.

    Elsewhere, I use red solid lines for valley folds, black solid lines for mountain folds and gray thin lines for existing creases.

    Both of these are standard, well, fairly standard notation systems.

  3. 3
    theverycold Says:

    i think the blog is mocking me, my anti-spam word is “easy.” rub it in, why don’t you!?

    thanks for clearing that up. i’m gonna pen it to a sticky note and keep it on my comp.

  4. 4
    theverycold Says:

    eek, i don’t understand what’s going on in 14-19, maybe photographs would be better. or even take it a step further and make a video!!!

  5. 5
    oschene Says:

    An interesting idea. Just got a new camera for my birthday and it has a video option. And a microphone.

    Soon as we choose a soundtrack, we’ll ramp up production.

  6. 6
    margaret Says:

    dear Fitful Flog
    Hope I did not miss something -the latest blog could not be accessed then I tried to open it today. Could you send it again. Thanks

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