It is very cool. I was unaware you could make a round chibi thing out of triangle bits. I believe it looks in proportion for a chibi, but I don't scrutinize all that many chibi's for that. I like the color choice, though I would have chosen a more emerald green rather than the pale green. The eyes somehow make him look sad or depressed, is that the intent? If it was, very nice. I like the horns a lot, they look very smooth and put together very well. I also think they are a good length compares to the size of the figure as a whole. It is a very neat chibi!
This is really impressive. I don't think I've seen origami folding quite like this! You really did a great job with this one. It's easy to tell that it's Loki. How long did it take to create this little guy?
* ¡Fantástico trabajo! Lo hemos destacado dentro de la carpeta "Featured nº 4 o Destacados nº 4" en Special-Groups. (Es la carpeta donde se exhiben los mejores trabajos del grupo). ¡Por favor, queremos ver más trabajos tuyos en el grupo!
¡Feliz Año nuevo 2003!
* Fantastic work! Featured in Special-Groups in folder Featured nº 4. (Best works of the group). Please, We want to see more works in the group of you!
I have been learning how to do this (so far only pineapples XD its all good i love pineapples) but i've been thinking to kinda expand ---a little bit XP because the more i make pineapple to more everybody looks at me like im crazy---which is probably true---Okay heres my questions...where did you learn this technique and how did you get the horns of the helmet to stay on ---Thanks
I actually use glue to keep the horns on. I usually learn my techniques from other origami artists. But recently I've been just going based on an image of the actual characters and down sizing them. There is a youtube account that has tutorials for 3D Origami, it's Jewellia7777, I learned a lot from those tutorials.