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Unfrogettable — 4 Comments

  1. I remember using an ancient DOS-based program called Animator Pro for 2D animation in the mid-1990s.The program would come on 7 Floppy-disks and you had to keep on replacing the disks to install it! Of course, today Flash makes that program look like an ape. Still, that was my foundation in animation. 🙂

    Your diagrams are of a superior quality, clear, and communicate precise information for each step. You should write an essay on diagramming, or please point me to it if you have all ready done so.

    It would be interesting to hear your voice from the mid-90s because you and John were the only people whose voice I (and many many more, I’m sure) mostly heard in my Origami exploration in the 90s.

  2. I’ve never expounded on diagrammnig, other than the page on this blog (http://www.origami.me.uk/?page_id=339) – one idea I’ve had is to do a screen capture as I diagram a model and offer it as a youtub video. I can also do a session at a convention, given a laptop (which I don’t own).

    >you and John were the only people whose voice I (and many many more, I’m sure) mostly heard in my Origami exploration in the 90s.

    Not sure where you’re coming from Himanshu! You mean you’d like to know how origami life was when you were in short shorts? Can you clarify?

  3. I mean, when I was in my short shorts and wiping my nose on my sleeves, you and John were the most prominent and influential Ori-authors. It would be interesting to see more of the stuff that you designed then but didn’t publish.

    • John certainly was, I was only just starting out in publishing the early 90s. As for embarrasing designs, I have plenty to choose from. Will select one suitable for attracting international humiliation.

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