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Yes, it DOES work, if your textbook has the good paper. Trust me... I inVENTED this thang. Just keep experimenting with teh sizes of folds, and numbers of sheets of paper. You'll get it.
Hehe, well this was a different type of tutorial. If I was in school still I'd definitely try it out, remember playing around with balls of paper and bits of eraser, and rubber bands. Ah, good days. Nice initiative on this!
Made me smile.
I like the idea of little 'tutorials' like this, even if I hoped that it'd be an abstract defense-clone, with text representing all objects and characters.
Anyway, my opportunities for such hijinks have passed, but I got a smile from the idea.
Some better presentation (neater graphics, maybe a soft bg tune) would be nice.
I liked 'ahh my eye!'.
Definitely an interesting tutorial. You added some humor to the instructions, and they were fairly clear. Interesting to see such a tutorial on NG, as most tuts deal with Flash. I don't have a textbook on me, but when I return to school in the fall I will definitely try this out.
I think maybe a few different angles of the second fold stage could be used. It was a bit confusing.
that was an alright tutorial. not all that much to this one here, but the sketches were alright in this one.
Wow, do you literlary do this in class or somthing, all these submsisions like this seems to gauge towards class room things, and using it in the class room. Its boring in class, but who would waste their time on this, I certinley wouldent. The graphics of this were simple, but orginal which is nice. Although everything else is dull and not that great, my only advice is to combine all of these, instead of making them all seperatley make them all together and make a menu for it, that would probebley get you a better score. Anyway pretty average submission.
Yeah, uh NO, I DIDN'T CREATE these in school, but I used to USE them there, when I was BORED in 6th GRADE. I am now going on to college, and I am reminiscing thise wonderful creations!
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