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539: Triple Tsuru

Posted by wonko on June 30, 2016 in bird, Traditional, wtf |

Continuing my exploration of Hiden Senbazuru Orikata (The Secret of One Thousand Cranes Origami), published in 1797 I managed to wrangle a triple Tsuru: The original schematic suggests that you use 2 small squares attached to the wings of the larger square, and I cannot fathom whether the dotted lines mean “remove” the unused paper […]

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537: Quad Tsuru two ways

Posted by wonko on June 22, 2016 in bird, Traditional, wtf |

Taking a square and (nearly) cleaving it into 4 separate sheets leads to an interesting design dilemma: When the join is in the centre of the sheet, you can join wings, tails or I suppose beaks together. When the joins are at the edges of the sheet, you could join wings, beaks or tails but […]

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536: Double Tsuru (2)

Posted by wonko on June 18, 2016 in bird, Traditional, wtf |

Joined at the wing, this pair of Tsuru (traditional Cranes) was folded from a single sheet split nearly in half: Taken from “Hiden Senbazuru Orikata (The Secret of One Thousand Cranes Origami)” published in 1797. It is part of a series I hope to tackle… The trick is to not tear it as you fold […]

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535: Double Tsuru (1)

Posted by wonko on June 18, 2016 in bird, blarg, geometry, Traditional |

Browsing the internet, as you do, I came upon a chance find of an amazing archive of pages from what is thought to be the oldest Origami book published – “Hiden Senbazuru Orikata (The Secret of One Thousand Cranes Origami)”, first published in 1797: Looks like i have a new project, making Tsuru (traditional Cranes) […]

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