Folded and Designed by Lisa Deng www.lisadeng.etsy.com
I call this the “Mizu” Rose (water) because I designed this while sitting on deck at one of my long travel swim meets. Swimming and Origami are just two big parts of my life. When I choose to do something, I enjoy it to the fullest extent. Folding origami while waiting for a swim pretty much just summed up over a decade of my life. As a testament to my love and commitment of swimming, I called it the “water” rose.
It also sounds pretty nice, too. So why not?
So, wow. I suddenly got a lot of new followers. HI!
Anyway, I’m coming to you today with a creation from several class syllabi, a draft of a research paper, and a practice test. It’s ten intersecting triangular prisms designed by Daniel Kwan. With a little bit of navigation from here you can find something that’s close enough to instructions.
So this is probably going to be the last in my wire-frame-modular craze, since this was an enormous pain to create. Also, I’m not giving it away to anyone, unlike everything else I’ve made lately, because 1. it was an enormous pain to assemble and 2. it is literally made of scrap paper that I found under my desk how could I give this to someone as a present when it really belongs in a recycle bin.
The second picture with my hand is really just there for scale.
Designed by Maria Vahrusheva
3.75 by 7.5
Easy and stable model. Just make sure to use fairly thick paper and make sure the flap isn’t bending or anything inside the pocket. In other matters, the weather is getting terrible and I’m having to use a lamp on my piano because by the time I get home it’s always too dark. A trillion swag points to whoever can tell what the sheet music is behind it.
Sirtaki by Uniya Filanova
Folded by me
[Looks like a snowflake ^_^]
Alternate Fixes Type III by Tomoko Fuse
Red and black with gold ink
German written on everything
This is the companion piece to the one I posted on July 26. I’m getting a little tired of Ms. Fuse’s floral globes, but my German teacher requested this. I used the colors for the German flag, but I’m never certain whether it’s supposed to be yellow or gold. I think the red could’ve been more vivid, but at the time I couldn’t find any.