616: (66/365) Nollentonk

Posted by wonko on March 7, 2017 in 365-2017, mammal |

When I was a kid, apparently I used to call elephants “Nollentonks”, not sure why but there you go:

This is Chuya Miyamoto’s Elephant, a wonderfully complex fold that, like most folds of this critter, focuses on the head and trunk first then sorts a body out of what paper is left.

I like the volume and proportions of this model, it seems solid and the layer management is clever, locking parts as it goes.

I like models that are really paper efficient – very little of the sheet is tucked away on this design leaving lots of lovely surface for the nollentonk.

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