It is interesting how things sometimes just work themselves out: Here was me, panicking because I had nothing ready or in mind for today’s fold, came home and the latest Tanteidan Magazine was in my mailbox.
Searching for daily folds, O came across an interesting 6 part modular cube that has much development potential: each face features a colour changed heart but I imagine that with a little inventiveness you could fashion diamonds, spades etc, or other things as the basic module solves the problem of liberating colour-changed flaps rather nicely.
Sometimes a modular is deceptively complex, this 6-part modular from David Mitchell is no exception: Four cubes, interwoven in evil ways has done my head in for days now, I simply could not (1) imagine the shape it was going to end up; and (2) make the modules connect in ways that made sense.
I must admit I like folding modulars – sure they take a little while but the concurrence of units to whole is a fascinating process: This is David Mitchell’s “Omicron” – a fascinating block modular that, when folded with the right paper, looks solid and impossible.
This delightful 6-part modular cube is designed by Meenakshi Mukerji: The modules cleverly isolate a colour-changed heart at the centre of a “U” shaped module that forms one side of the cube.
Trolling around in my collection of Tanteidan magazines, as one does, I came across a little 6-piece modular designed by Jun Maekawa: Oddly named until you notice that each of the modules is a little “house” shape, complete with pitched roof.
Tomoko Fuse is renowned for her intricate boxes – this one is a version of her triangle box: A modular, top and bottom each made up of 3 modules that interlock and lace together to create a curious container I must explore these modular boxes some more, when I have more time, quite happy with […]