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Issue 32

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Diagrams for a 12 or 30 unit modular with color change. The starting paper size ratio for an unit is 1:3.
Better known as Gachepapier, David, the origami designer sheds some light on his true self and his creation process. As always, 10 questions with eight answers, as one of the answers is just another question.
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by Thomas R. Crain
This article explores several variations in a square twist crease pattern that may be achieved simply by varying the mountain/valley assignment of the same underlying crease pattern.
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A personal account of the 5th OrigaMIT Convention, November 2015. Although a single day convention, it has all the key elements of a weekend long convention! And, you have time left for sightseeing, making it a well rounded experience.
Paolo Bascetta is well known world-wide for his Bascetta star. He now offers us diagrams for a new creation, PB Ghirlanda.
A book review for the book in the Passion Origami series, "Spirits of Origami".
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If you are looking to attend a fun, laid-back, relatively inexpensive convention, think CenterFold! Here is a personal account of CenterFold Ohio Origami Convention 2015.
by Joel Stern
This is the second in a series of articles highlighting Community Origami Groups (COGs). This spotlight focuses on POP, the Pacific Ocean Paperfolders.
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by Troels Højer Jensen and Hans Dybkjær
In origami we frequently need to find an \(n\)th of a paper, often in order to divide it into an \(n \times n\) grid. This article generalizes a common technique for finding references and provides some insight into the geometric properties of paper.