posted on Nov, 4 2013 @ 07:44 PM
I am completely, and thoroughly, addicted to folding paper. I'm sure there are much worse things to be hooked on
Sorry these are all so big, I don't know how to make them smaller. If anyone would be kind enough to tell me how, I'll edit the OP to reduce the
This is a rhombicuboctahedron (say that even one time fast!) made from "curler" units. Its a modular origami and made from 24 pieces of paper. There
is no glue, the curls are holding it together and its surprisingly sturdy.
Flower Tower by Chris Palmer. By far the hardest thing I have ever made. Its a single sheet and is an action model and the image shows some of the
positions it can be moved into.
Spread Hexagon Tessellation by Eric Gjerde made from a hexagon on painted paper.
Top: Smart Waterbomb by Philip Chapman Bell
Bottom: Elephant as demonstrated by Leyla Torrez on Youtube (I don't know who the creator is for sure)
6 level Hydrangea Tessellation by Shuzo Fujimoto on a piece of painted sketch paper (the record is eleven levels.. someday). My dog actually ate this
High Density Hydrangea (four on one sheet) from a diagram by Peter Budai based off of Fujimoto's Hydrangea. Not too shabby for a first attempt
Naval Shell by Tomoko Fuse
Carambola Blossoms by Carmen Sprung made into an arrangement complete with "faux" water. Each flower is made from a pentagon shaped piece of paper.
Each paper was custom colored specifically for this flower and painted with iridescent paint to seal the chalk.
Grid of 12 Kawasaki's Roses encased in a shadow box.
Thanks for checking out my paper stuff
Let me know what you think!