Oh… those are extremely beautiful… hi from Mexico… i wonder… might it be too much to ask u for a diagram of your variation of the black cat? im not so skilled with origami, but id like to try to do a couple of cats like yours… and that combination of the lying and the sit cats, is just great…
I’m volunteering to make centerpieces for a charity event benefiting a cat rescue non-profit (www.duncansplace.org). Would you be willing to give me directions on your upright version, so I can make it for this Oct 2009 event?
Thank you for visiting my blog. About the upright cat… I’m sorry I do not have diagrams or instructions to share. All I can tell you is that I used paper whose proportions were 1 unit by 2 units (for example: six inches by twelve inches) and swiveled the head in a way that the rest of the body could be set in a vertical position.
I’m not too happy about the tail, and I feel I need to work on it a little more to be worth diagramming it… I think this is a cat still in process… I recommend you play with how its head can be moved. By doing this, you can arrive at an upright cat with no tail, but still effecltive. As for paper, I have been successful using Canson paper.