Monday, June 27, 2022, 10:00 am – 11:45 am EDT
Michael G. LaFosse
Come "wet-fold" this lovely Seahorse with me and learn about paper selection, relative thickness, and compressibility--essential factors when several layers in a model accumulate, such as in an origami insect, or in the spiral tail of this Seahorse. When complete, I will challenge you to balance the Seahorse on its tail so that it can stand up on a level surface.
I named this model for Al Miyatake, a longtime friend and supporter of origami. He was with Japan Airlines and was instrumental in several, annual Origami Christmas Tree projects in NYC and Hawai’i.
"Essential Book of Origami" Tuttle Publishing
Suitable paper will be provided. Standard 10-inch origami paper will be helpful for practice.