Today’s fold suffers a little from scale, but is none the less a cute little mouse: I must re-fold this model, there is huge potential for modelling, posing and character with this design, a clever little layer manipulation exercise.
Slow and steady wins the race, in theory at least: This is Nicholas Terry’s “Snail on a Leaf”, a lovely model that from one sheet rends a quite shapely snail, foot, shell and feelers, and a veined leaf – neat. Busy day, bit of a rush, you get that sometimes. I like this as a […]
You see a gaping cavern, the sudden rush of sulphurous breath hints at a hiding dragon, you fumble in your robes, raising your wand and hope your newly learned incantations are sufficient defence against the scaley foe … I love RPGs, get lost in them all the time, as does my Wife. She has a good […]
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 […]
High on a rocky promontory sat an Electric Monk on a bored horse. From under its rough woven cowl the Monk gazed unblinkingly down into another valley … And so begins one of my favorite books of all time “Dirk gently’s Hollistic Detective Agency” by Douglas Adams. Today we remember DNA, and carry a TOWEL in […]