Ok kids, this week’s WTF (What’s That Fold?) #4 is a doozie, it is from a fairly old publication and is NOT land-based (that is what is called a hint people).
the successful guesser can have the model if they assist me with the postage (if necessary), so put your best thinking caps on and begin guessing.
…this is your LAST CLUE – any closer to guessing?
Give up? CHECK OUT THE ANSWER – no guesser this week – get your act together people!
So, last week’s fold became obvious, I gave LOTS of clues and many guessed not only what the model was but also the designer and the book it features in – nice work.
Take guesses as to what this will become (assuming I can achieve the model and it does not end up a scrunched up mess in the bin).
Depending on how it turns out, you can win either this actual model or a refold of it (the refold will be tidier I suspect).
Thinking caps on, suggest away (and expect less clues this time)
I have yet to apply MC to stabilise and pose this chap, but already I like him a lot – the paper is so very thick in many places (my prototype fold actually disintegrated in my hands as I was folding it – litho paper fell apart at important creases) – I had to get creative with the shaping as, although the video instructions are great at getting the base, the modelling and shaping is not covered well at all.
As a weekly treat, I am starting a WTF competition (What’s That Fold?) that can net the successful guesser the model if they want it.
If the model is to be posted, I just ask your assistance with the postage, that is as complicated as it needs to be.