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The Howling Wolf

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By FoldedWilderness   |   
Published: March 4, 2013
© 2013 - 2020 FoldedWilderness
“We listened for a voice crying in the wilderness. And we heard the jubilation of wolves!”
-Durwood L. Allen


I made this wolf by using the base from Ronald Koh's black Rhinoceros. I had heard of other folders doing similar transformations from this base and decided to try my hand at it too.

It is folded from from a single square of painted paper, involving no cuts and wet-finished.
Image size
2333x1555px 2.31 MB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
Canon
Model
Canon EOS REBEL T2i
Shutter Speed
1/128 second
Aperture
F/1.8
Focal Length
50 mm
ISO Speed
100
Date Taken
Oct 28, 2012, 8:35:22 AM
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
Sensor Size
10mm
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FridgePoetProjectHobbyist Writer
The background you added to this wonderful creation is perfectly spellbinding! 
gigi50's avatar
gigi50Hobbyist Photographer
WOW Not only is your folding art awesome
but your captures/compositions are very beautiful :wow:
FoldedWilderness's avatar
FoldedWilderness Artisan Crafter
Thank you very much.
I've not folded much recently but I do plan a return to it later this year.
:rose:
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gigi50Hobbyist Photographer
Oh great I look forward to seeing them
in the meantime will continue slowly
visiting your gallery when I get a chance :w00t:
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pokemonlegend999Hobbyist Artist
I love wolves! Make more! (please)
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CorryRoxStudent General Artist
Epic!...
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isabel-photoHobbyist Photographer
Amazing colours, great picture! :happybounce:
FAANATAR's avatar
This is awesome! These colours..!
mouseek's avatar
Is there any chance that you'll post a tutorial to how you did this?
Karinta's avatar
KarintaStudent General Artist
Lovely job! Where did you get the Black Rhinoceros base from?
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FoldedWilderness Artisan Crafter
  It's a free diagram from Ronald Koh, available there: www.passion-origami.com/images…

You can go to about step 41 and start making changes from there but, looking forward to as late as step 57 can give some useful insights.
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feldrandHobbyist Photographer
incredible work - congrats on this well deserved DD... :D
if you find the time, please follow this link to a special recording of an old singer...
www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTDjD_…
it might give you a smile... (i hope it works)
:iconsun--plz:
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FoldedWilderness Artisan Crafter
I've listened to the whole song and I liked it.  Blues is not my usual kind of music but, there is always something nice about it.
Thanks for the comment and the musical interlude.   :)
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feldrandHobbyist Photographer
haha, i was only referring to the title, cool that you took the time... :D
to be honest, i don`t listen to blues nowadays - i used to in the 70s... but there are some fave blues artists who have remained, john lee hooker, t.bone walker, howlin`wolf to name a few... i only knew the wolf from listening and was very much impressed by his appearance, when i saw him for the first time on youtube a while ago... :D
you are welcome, and i like your paper works very much, took a glance in your gallery and was stunned about the photos with the real animals - cool stuff... :D
:iconsun--plz:
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EckoSlimeHobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice! Could you do a tutorial? :D
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FoldedWilderness Artisan Crafter
I might one day make a tutorial but, probably not soon though, as I have never even attempted anything of the sort yet.
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EckoSlimeHobbyist Traditional Artist
I know it sounds freaking exhausting, but with origami I've seen a few tutorials that show you step by step *fold by fold in this case xD* until it's completely done lol
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RoaetherProfessional Digital Artist
Amazing, simply Amazing.
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CheyhaivoAwStudent Traditional Artist

Caramel- Its not a carving, read the description. Its a piece of paper.

 

Lovely job there.+fav 

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