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Issue 18

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by Thomas E. Cooper
Diagrams for a simple pyramid model with variations, used for to help teach geometry.
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Diagrams for a 30 piece modular by Uniya Filonova of Russia.
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by Hadi Tahir
Diagrams for a sheep by Indonesian artist Hadi Tahir.
When you think about handmade papers, three names come to mind: Origamido, Unryu, and Lokta. We had already reviewed the first two, so it was time to complete the trio.
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Diagrams for a 8 piece modular star by Maria Sinayskaya of South Africa.
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Diagrams for the 2013 OrigamiUSA Holiday Gift.
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This time it is a two-in-one combo! Making L shape units, you are challenged to either fit them in a flat box, or make a cube! So sharpen your fingernails as well as your wits!
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by Arnold Tubis
Arnold Tubis offers yet another dollar bill fold of George Washington, framed on both sides of the model using two dollar bills.
A report of the BOS Autumn 2013 Convention, Aug 30th - Sept 1st 2013, Edinburgh, Scotland
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by Thomas Hull
Several variations on a hexagon-based, iso-area, geometric collapse method are shown. Some of these were taught at the 2013 OrigamiUSA Annual Convention in New York City.
Imagine a creator who dedicates his time and talent to only one subject, for example only roses. What could make an artist narrow the scope of his work so much? Naomiki Sato reveals some secrets to help you know him better and perhaps understand how his origami mind works.
by Román Díaz
Román Díaz presents a thorough and engaging review of John Montroll's "Horses in Origami".