94: Double-Dutch

Posted by wonko on April 4, 2011 in humanoid |

I remember this model from my childhood, or rather how unsuccessfully I attempted it waaay back them. Let your eyes blur a little and you will see it:

A man and a woman behind a parasol … seeee? He is leaning in for a kiss … seeee?

I like how this model massages the paper around to form figures suggestive of a courting couple, forms her  skirts and the centre of the parasol is the centre of the square. Fairly snarly to flatten this model – harder to photograph as it is not free-standing:

Made out of “Origami 2” by Robert Harbin – I notice in the index the child me crossed this model out as too hard. Is charming right down to the tip of his nose.

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