Complex Origami

November 7, 2007

 

“If one isn’t an origami folder, it’s difficult to explain the process of conception through to the finished model. The creation process is similar to a scientific method. When designing a person, one begins with the assumption that the four corners of the paper will represent each hand and foot. From that general assumption, a “crease pattern” is developed that blueprints all the folds required for the model. These crease patterns may be modified while the model takes shape…”
Can you believe it? One paper…!

Extract from Eric Joisel

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4 Responses to “Complex Origami”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    The most complex origami ever is the Ryujin 3.5 by Satoshi Kamiya.

  2. siddharth Says:

    hey…..whu made this origami model…..plzz i want to know his name….

  3. lahav Says:

    the model is amazing. i would love to know you to make it. where can i find instructions?


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