Category Archives: paper

Origami and Charcoal #002

Folding paper with dirty hands is so much fun. I am sure this is going to be a thing with me. There are several ways that I am considering exploring this process. Notice that the background has smudges. I did … Continue reading

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Pleated Round Box

Pleated box from BYU-Idaho Art Dept on Vimeo. I have Complete Pleats written by Paul Jackson. On page 159 there is a beautiful round pleated box designed by Philip Campbel-Bell. I have tried to make it before and thought I … Continue reading

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Dirty Hands  

Dirty Hands from BYU-Idaho Art Dept on Vimeo. I read once on an origami page to always wash your hands. Then this morning as I was considering what to fold it occurred to me that dirty hands might just make … Continue reading

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Module 003

Module 003 | It takes 12 modules to make a sphere. The sphere is very light and is about the size of a softball. The module has 5 arms. I created one arm and then rotated it 72° around a center point … Continue reading

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Module | 002

Module 002 | This is a variation of module 001 with a leaf shape cut out of the center of the module. The image above shows the top view. Module 002 M002 | Vase Bottom Closed | I left the … Continue reading

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Paper Module | 001

Module 001 | I have made paper spheres using square modules, but I wondered what would happen if the modules were rectangular. I was able to make a sphere with a rectangular module as shown in the image above. It takes 30 … Continue reading

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