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837: (287/365) Jackson’s Chameleon

Posted by wonko on October 14, 2017 in 365-2017, reptile |

Looking for a nice, rich, challenging fold for the day, I knew I needed to try a model from Robert Lang:

This is his model “Jackson’s Chameleon” – a deliciously complicated model with all the chameleonic bits you expect.

Working with a slightly un-square square of light green washi, the pre-folding is fascinating, layer management and seemingly impossible moves abound – there were many times I thought I had screwed up, only to find out that it worked.

Chameleons have mobile eyes, strange legs and odd hands – all present in this model.

I can see me folding this again, with nicer paper and posing it – it would be awesome climbing something.

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