55: Green Tree Frog

Posted by wonko on February 24, 2011 in amphibian |

Now I like frogs, could not eat a whole one, but they are gentle animals – this model reminds me so much of those lovely soft green ones that we used to get back when the weather worked – you know, they lived under your toilet rim and emerged blinking into the light to feast […]

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42: Frog On A Lily Pad

Posted by wonko on February 11, 2011 in amphibian |

…there are lots of patterns for Frogs, most even look frog-like but this one designed by Colin Weber is charmingly sitting atop a lily pad – made with one square of paper you massage enough paper towards a corner to then form the froggy bits – very clever: Why a frog? Well, it is my […]

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28: Frogs

Posted by wonko on January 28, 2011 in amphibian |

The second model I learnt to make as a wide-eyed and eager 11 year old was this frog. I like that it’s proportions are correct, it has a puffy body and the back legs look right. …so as a “getting to know you exercise” with my pastoral care group, I thought we could each make […]

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27: Tadpoles

Posted by wonko on January 27, 2011 in amphibian |

Now I am going for a theme here, starting with tadpoles – yes you are correct there are TWO models here, but they are variations of each other – one without legs, the other with … look closely: Quite cute models from a purely biological perspective because when the legs form, the tail is absorbed […]


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