Tags: bug, origami, reindeer
Tags: Miyuki Kawamura, modular, modular origami, origami, polyhedron origami
No one would be surprised that I am still so much into modular folding, or origami in general, but this time it’s somehow a little different. It’s still modular, it’s still from the same notepad, but it’s no longer designed by Fuse Tomoko. The designs are from Miyuki Kawamura’s book Polyhedron Origami For Beginners. Both models differ from the ones I finished previously in different ways. The yellow one is a “skeleton” model, which gives better view of the edges and the center. As for the other one, it consists two different types of modules. Modular folding mania continues~
Tags: modular origami, origami, tomoko fuse
Tags: icosahedron, modular, modular origami, origami, paper, papercraft, tomoko fuse
Tags: modular, origami
I’ve been quite into modular/geometric/unit origami recently. One of the reasons is that I’ve got a box of notepads in 7 colors. There’s nothing better than modular origami to use the colorful paper. In addition, the folding of small units is usually simple, so I can do that while watching TV or doing some other things.
Tags: eric joisel, origami, rat
Late afternoon, sun still shining, light wind snicking into the office, a cup of tea with flower flowing on it, a laptop playing Sarah Mclachlan’s old songs, a computer server running programs smoothly and no other urgent assignments……all these are just perfect for a nice afternoon break with a small craft project with the only material I’ve got in the office: A4 paper. The rat is the result!