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423: A Diskworld

Posted by wonko on December 29, 2012 in fantasy, mammal, nature, reptile |

Sir Terry Pratchett, one of my favourite authors, imagined a world like no other, a “disk” world, held aloft on the back of 4 gigantic elephants, standing on the back of a giant star turtle called “Great A’ Tuin”: The breadth of imagination, depth of character, intricacy of story arc and obvious love he lavishes […]

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255: Turtoise or Tortle?

Posted by wonko on September 12, 2011 in reptile |

I have never been able to discern the difference between a tortoise and a turtle: Sure there are superficial morphological differences but they both are reptiles, both carry their shell around etc. This is Robert Lang’s turtle and it is a lovely, simple, figurative model that abounds tortoisness. I like the simple curve of the […]

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178: Scuba Steve

Posted by wonko on June 27, 2011 in humanoid |

Now I was watching this stop motion animation by Sipho Mabona, and saw a humanoid emerge from a sheet of paper, so began doodling with a square of parchment not really having any plan. Oddly a figure emerged with what looked (to me at least initially) like a shell on his back. Immediately I thought […]

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What’s That Fold? I am Peter (wonko) Whitehouse. I am a husband and father, a Teacher, Author and out and proud Geek. I am @wonko42 on twitter, ¬†www.facebook.com/wonko and can be contacted via email on pwhitehouse [at] optusnet[dot]com[dot]au I have been folding Origami since first introduced to it as an 11 year old who was […]

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