870: (320/365) Nymph Ball

Posted by wonko on November 17, 2017 in 365-2017, geometry |

Exam invigilation is one of the most boring things that exists, when possible I fold repetitive things during them (thus allowing me to be vigilant and productive): This is a 30-piece modular ball made from Ekaterina Lakasheva’s “Nymph” module – simple tab and pocket creations folded from 7.5cm squares.

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613: (63/365) David Mitchell’s “Gemini”

Posted by wonko on March 4, 2017 in 365-2017, geometry |

We are heading into assignment season in many of my classes – this means my students are busy getting on with it, occasionally asking for help, but I am stuck there inert and when I get bored I get naughty: …so I fold stuff to keep me awake. Modulars have an advantage that, once you […]

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562: (12/365) Dee’s Thistle

Posted by wonko on January 12, 2017 in 365-2017, flower |

So I was on the phone to my mum, as you do, and she asked if I could make Scotch Thistles out of origami:

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523: Francis Ow’s Double Cube

Posted by wonko on February 7, 2016 in geometry |

I seem fixated on modular origami at the moment (a branch I have not really done very much in). When I saw Francis Ow’s Double Cube, I asked him if I could have a go at folding it: He generously shared some instructions with me (how amazing is the Internet – it can put you […]

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