837: (287/365) Jackson’s Chameleon

Posted by wonko on October 14, 2017 in 365-2017, reptile |

Looking for a nice, rich, challenging fold for the day, I knew I needed to try a model from Robert Lang: This is his model “Jackson’s Chameleon” – a deliciously complicated model with all the chameleonic bits you expect. Working with a slightly un-square square of light green washi, the pre-folding is fascinating, layer management […]

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684: (134/365) Wise Owl

Posted by wonko on May 14, 2017 in 365-2017, bird |

Cruising Fakebook, as you do, it is often that you stumble across interesting folds (well, in my circle of friends it is): This is “Owl” by¬†Angel Jacobo Figueroa Arriola. I spotted it as a photodiagram sequence in one of his galleries.

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198: Walkies (aka tree watering time)

Posted by wonko on July 17, 2011 in mammal, plant |

We live in a fairly quiet suburb and we like (not often enough sadly) to go for walks – as do dog owners who do it as much to get some exercise as to “empty their pet”: I saw this exercise in box pleating and thought it had promise – starting with a grid of […]

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162: A Train and Carriages

Posted by wonko on June 11, 2011 in vehicle |

wow, no I mean WOW! I saw this box-pleating exercise and initially put it in the “yeah, prolly not” pile, but dug it out after I found a roll of nice butcher’s paper and wondered how it would fold: Train carriages, engine complete with smokestack and lovely billow of smoke – far my favourite vehicle […]

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