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Miscellaneous Origami 2008-10 by NegaZero Miscellaneous Origami 2008-10 by NegaZero
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Rather than taking individual pictures of all of these pieces, I decided to put them together and take three pictures of all of them. Here's a list of all that's there:

-Kusudama (Star Sea)
-Big Phizz Dodecahedron
-Flower Vase Cover (from Home Decorating with Origami by Tomoko Fuse)
-Star Dodecahedron
-Jacob's Ladder
-Cube Tower
-Magic Rings
-Snail Shell
-Sunken Sonobe Dodecahedron (from when I was working on making an origami lymphocyte)
-Hyperbolic Parabaloid
-Masu Box
-Sonobe Cube (small & large)
-Pandora's Box
-Omega Star
-Trinity box (small & large)
-Pleated Curve (I folded a piece of paper into 16ths, then pleated it and curved it by pulling on each individual pleat)
-Eastern Dragon (I need to remake it with a longer tail)
-Popup Crane card
-Orei Crane
-Magic Circle
-Miura Map Fold
-Winged Heart
-Toshie's Jewel (three sonobe units)
-Tessellation Tower (a few square twists on top of each other)
-KNL Dragon
-Organic shape
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Kimiko-Maito Nov 3, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
wow, this is really amazing! so much origami, you must have spent quite a lot of time on these. i'm no expert, but i want to try these all!
which one was your favorite?
NegaZero Nov 5, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thanks! My favorite has to be the star dodecahedron. It was pretty easy to put together, and it looks quite nice IMO.
Kimiko-Maito Nov 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
oh my gosh! that one is my favorite, too! it's way cool.
you say it was easy? maybe i should try it :3
NegaZero Nov 5, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Yeah, I found that the modules lock together really well. Plus it's really flexible, so putting it together isn't hard at all.
Kimiko-Maito Nov 6, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist

that's so cool! i love things that look so complex but are really extremely easy :3
NegaZero Nov 9, 2011  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Haha, you and me both!
Kimiko-Maito Nov 9, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
1sand0s Jul 4, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ahhh, I had a table that looked like this when I first started origami quite a few years back. Unfortunately I'm in a little condo now with little square footage so most of it is in a couple shoeboxes in storage.

I do have to :+fav: this for all the links, which was no doubt a chore for you so thanks. I've been wanting to do the Miura fold for a couple years now after I was playing around with Herringbone folds but have not been motivated to do so yet. I will tonight. We'll put it to the test with a 24" sheet of paper. Have you tried it with more than dividing it into 4ths? I wonder if you could do 8ths, 16ths, etc. or possibly an odd number of divisions... this shall have to be tested.

Good stuff here, thanks for the links, and keep up the folding obsession! ;)
NegaZero Jul 4, 2010  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I had to pull all of mine off of my bookshelves in the background. I actually need to buy another one sometime soon, lol.

As for the Miura fold, I folded mine into 8ths. I'm pretty sure you could do any number of divisions as long as you end up having a long rectangle by step 2.

And you're welcome with the links. I know I hate it when I see a really cool model, but no information on how to make it.
NeroKarasu Jun 30, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Damn...that must have been hard. Pretty cool though ^^
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