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411: Phizz-based Stellated Icosahedron

Posted by wonko on October 25, 2012 in geometry |

The “phizz” unit designed by Tom Hull is a basic building block that can be used for many modulars: I thought I would start manageable, so devised a 30 unit ball, 6 faces each of 5 colours – total of 30 units. These are easy folding and have a positive locking mechanism so were a […]

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374 Dweezil Quercus

Posted by wonko on February 4, 2012 in domestic, humanoid |

I have pleasure in introducing to you Master Dweezil Allegory Quercus Esq, or Daq to his friends: Dweezil loves to read, and can often be found with his nose in a book, idling the day away. Fond of mysteries, amazing adventures, current affairs and other dwarfish literature, subscriber to “Rolling Stonework”, “Wood Working Monthly” and […]

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340: Thorin Oakenstaff

Posted by wonko on December 6, 2011 in humanoid |

May I most humbly introduce to you, Thorin Oakenstaff Esq, Dwarf, gentleman, most of the time: I am so pleased this worked, even better than I had imagined. I found a hand-drawn crease pattern by the late, great Eric Joisel – I had been hankering after his dwarves you see and wondered how the heck […]

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337: Hercules Beetle

Posted by wonko on December 3, 2011 in creepy crawly |

Woke up, brain would not stop, so thought I would punish it with a super complex Satoshi Kamiya model: This is his Hercules Beetle and it is snarly to fold indeed – even at this scale (I started with a 54cm square) there are terribly fiddly bits. The details here are a little dizzying – […]

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304: Wicked Witch of the West

Posted by wonko on October 31, 2011 in humanoid |

Apparently some cultures celebrate halloween, although it is not really an Australian tradition (despite the efforts of the shops) I thought I would get in on the act myself: This has taken an age – I want to pretend that this is my first fold but in truth this if my 5th, the FIRST to […]

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289: Satoshi’s Mammoth

Posted by wonko on October 16, 2011 in dinosaur, mammal |

I decided today would be another Satoshi Kamiya model (working my way up to the ancient dragon you see) and so selected his Mammoth, figuring “how hard could that be?”: LOL Wow, no I mean WOW! So much technique packed into such a tiny package, resulting in a lovely little pachyderm. There is much to […]

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261: Satoshi’s Pegasus

Posted by wonko on September 18, 2011 in mammal |

“I am Pegasus, my name means horse…” – I am old enough to remember a folksey song by Ross Ryan about a mythological winged horse: I had some time, amidst trips and other things today so thought I would give Satoshi Kamiya’s Pegasus a go – it has been taunting me from the pages of his book. […]

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233: Kawahata’s Locust

Posted by wonko on August 21, 2011 in creepy crawly |

Now I have not folded a model from Fumiaki Kawahata before because they looked so difficult: The instructions I have come from her lovely book “Insects Volume 1” and are all in Japanese (problem number 1) and use a completely different set of sumbols to indivate things like repeat, turn over, sink, spontaneously combust etc […]

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196: A Werewolf

Posted by wonko on July 15, 2011 in blarg, humanoid, mammal |

Now I have been a great fan of “Being Human” – particularly the character that plays the werewolf George: I found this astonishing model by Kade Chan purely by accident – I was googling the telly show to see if there were more episodes planned and found reference to this neato origami model of a werewolf, complete […]

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155: See Hear and Speak No Evil

Posted by wonko on June 4, 2011 in blarg, mammal, plant |

About a month ago I bought a huge sheet of tracing paper. Well, I call it paper but it is actually a type of opaque plastic called “vellum”. For my birthday fold I decided to see what vellum could do: The paper was 42cm square (cut from a 42x60cm rectangle) and straight away I knew it would […]

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