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295: WALL-E

Posted by wonko on October 22, 2011 in machine, scifi, vehicle |

I am an out and proud Pixar fan, they make movies where animation is almost amazing as the story telling and characterisation: This is Brian Chan’s WALL-E – a lovely model that has taken me simply an age to complete for all sorts of reasons. I started with a 52cm square (yep, over a half […]

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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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251: Infinity

Posted by wonko on September 8, 2011 in blarg, geometry |

Now in my quest to fold 365 models, one a day for a whole year, it seems like I have been doing this forever already. Not having an infinite amount of time, I thought I wold fold an INFINITY in paper: this is a rather ingenious pair of interlocking rings, the whole of which (hole […]

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136: Starship Enterprise

Posted by wonko on May 16, 2011 in scifi, vehicle |

..Space, the final frontier. These are the journeys of the Starship Enterprise as she continues her 5 year mission … Talk about “boldly going where no copy paper has been before”, this delightful little model is the result of wrestling an A3-cut square into something that is 17cm saucer to nacelle. I really enjoyed torturing […]

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43: An Ant

Posted by wonko on February 12, 2011 in creepy crawly |

wow, no I mean WOW! This is a design that, on paper at least, looked impossible. Piotr Pluta designed a way of paper torture (involving 4 lots of 8-way accordion sinking) to extract 6 limbs and 3 body segments typical of an insect – quite honestly I was convinced it could not be done. …so […]

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