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Origami Fall Challenge 21 by DarkUmah Origami Fall Challenge 21 by DarkUmah
Origami Fall Challenge - 21

07.10.2012

"Hyperboloid Tessellation"
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PoeticLotusCreations Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Now, did you use a crease pattern for this or did you create this yourself? And is this modular or one sheet of paper? this is pretty spectacular!!
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DarkUmah Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2014  Student General Artist
Hello!
It's one sheet of paper with simple valley and mountain folds.
I watched a video on youtube on how to create parametric origami and adapted what I saw.
Simply fold creases 1 cm distance from each other by first dividing a big square into 4 smaller ones on the same paper. Then fold creases for each one the small squares like in the photo (one valley fold and one mountain fold.
Try it yourself and send me a pic if you manage to do it :D
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PoeticLotusCreations Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Will do! I'm working on some other modular origami projects, now. I will keep you in mind though! BTW what kind of paper is that? Is it tissue paper? IDK I feel like crease pattern work is even more intimidating than modular work. Maybe it's just me. .: confusion :. 
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DarkUmah Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Student General Artist
It's a regular piece of A4 printer paper :) you don't need a soft paper. A crispy paper is better for keeping the folds in place.
If you need help leave me a message and I will be glad to help you.
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PoeticLotusCreations Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Ahh, OK! Really? It looks so much thinner than I thought.

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DarkUmah Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Student General Artist
All my origami are made from regular paper (print colored or white paper). Some are made from foil and some from gift wrapping paper. I never used or use origami special paper.
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PoeticLotusCreations Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Ha! You sound like me! I've made more paper outta any and everything that can fold, it's not even funny! but I have used my share of origami papers! I got my first kit from Border's back in the day. It was one of those $10 gift sets the use to sell at the front of the store year round. That was probably back in late 90's early 2000's.

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DarkUmah Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Student General Artist
I hope you don't mind, but I have made a Spotlight for you on my blog. I simply like the kind of person you are and thought you deserved it.
If you don't like that please tell me and I will remove it.
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DarkUmah Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Student General Artist
I have learned to adapt :)
Take anything and fold everything!
Depending on the origami I sometimes need BIG paper (like 60x60 or 80x80 cm squares; mostly for dragons) and the good quality paper for all those folds I found to be wrapping paper :D. I also like to fold origami from old book pages (the resulting origami looks so cool)
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viclamproc Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2013  Hobbyist
wow how did you made this? :O
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