Articles for keyword: supercomplex

by Ushio Ikegami
This is the only diagrammed origami model that simulates a true mathematical fractal. It makes a pyramid shape with many branches. No one has yet successfully folded a version without cutting the paper; the version in the picture (folded by the author) was made by carefully cutting the crease pattern into several pieces, folding these using the recursive folding instructions, and then gluing them back together. The challenge of folding recursive diagrams as well as the dexterity involved to not destroy the paper easily put this model in the supercomplex category.
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by Nguyen Quang Do Lisa
A crease pattern study of a young Alsatian girl designed by Nguyen Quang Do Lisa.
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by Jérémy Duez
Diagrams for a dragon designed by Jérémy Duez.
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A crease pattern for a box-pleated dragonfly.
Reviewed by Ancella Simoes
It's every complex folder's dream: Over 30 path-breaking models by the talented Vietnam Origami Group published in a new collection by Nicolas Terry.
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This crease pattern introduces a new form of uniaxial base design, called <i>hex pleating</i> and describes how to use technique technique.
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Follow the design of this uniaxial box-pleated design from start to finished, fully assigned crease pattern. Then try your hand at folding it.
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Commentary on folding, supporting, and displaying this famous model designed by the late Issei Yoshino. Model constructed by the members of <a href="http://origamit.scripts.mit.edu/" target="blank">OrigaMIT</a>, MIT's origami club.