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Issue 12

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by Talo Kawasaki and Sara Adams
This action model is great for Halloween - and it's a double action: the bat flaps its wings, and produces quite some noise!
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Thomas Hull
Tom Hull describes the 2012 Autumn convention of the British Origami Society, which took place on Sept. 7-9 in Liverpool, UK.
Combining the way M. C. Escher used to signature his work of art and the Folds of Beauty, I present A to C from my complete rendition of A to Z font.
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by Andrew Hudson
Diagramming a model with lots of pleats can be a challenge. Some techniques are presented to help avoid ambiguity.
Nick Robinson
A review of the the book "Bible Origami" by Andrew Dewar.
In this 12th paper review, we'll look at the one paper best known as origami paper: kami, namely from Jong ie Nara.
The story of the new file download sales section of The Origami Source.
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by Miroslav Mrajca
Diagrams for a fox head designed by Czech designer Miroslav Mrajca.
by Marcio Noguchi
A compilation of many reports from the 2012 Origami Caravan excursion to the Miyagi region of Japan.
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Diagrams for a 3D Double Star Puff Pyramid folded from a regular hexagon.
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by Arnold Tubis, John Andrisan, and Christopher Pooley
Part two in a series examining the mathematics behind the golden ratio in some geometric boxes.
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by Chris Itoh
One folder's personal experiences of two Asian origami conventions during the summer of 2012.
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Diagrams for a boar by Vietnamese folder Đỗ Trí Khải.
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by Wendy Zeichner
An interview with two pioneers of modular woven polypolyhedra.
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Diagrams for a Dragon head trophy, a variation of Paul Frasco's Dragon Whelp.
The Zipper Tessellation is a good starting point for many variations, such as the Zipper Ring and Vase, presented here with crease patterns and some diagrams.
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A simple yet elegant Sonobe variation by Meenakshi Mukerji.