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654: (104/365) Neelish Kumar’s Crucifixion

Posted by wonko on April 14, 2017 in 365-2017, fantasy, humanoid, seasonal |

When I first saw NeelishK’s fold of this model I was in total awe of the boxpleating skill it showcased: He is part of a shared group on Fakebook and to my amazement shared, via photodiagram, guidelines and folding sequence suggestions.

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530: Crown of Thorns

Posted by wonko on May 9, 2016 in geometry |

I am always on the lookout for something to keep my hands busy in the boring bits of the day. At the moment, many of my classes are doing assignment work, when they do not need assistance, rather than sit idle I fold: This “Star Twirl Torus”, designed by Yuri Shumakov, was a bit of […]

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527: Gargoyle

Posted by wonko on April 18, 2016 in creepy crawly, dinosaur, fantasy, reptile |

I often fold for relaxation and therapy, this design “Gargoyle” by Alessandro Beber is a fold I took up to keep my mind busy during some tough times near Easter: I find folding calming, and I started this to keep mentally busy as my Dad got sicker and sicker in hospital. He passed before I […]

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Schools In (swimming against the tide?)

Posted by wonko on October 18, 2015 in fish |

A good friend, Janet, found some marbled tie-dyed mulberry paper when she was recently in Bangkok, Thailand. Like a true maniac she carefully rolled and carried with her on her travels, returning to Australia she carefully transported it to a place I would also be (Townsville for a conference).  What commitment.

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