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Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby LLCoolDave » Fri Jun 19, 2009 7:56 pm UTC

I may be a total failure at searching, but it seems like there is no Origami thread on the whole forum which definitely surprises me. Couldn't think of a better board to place this.

In any case, I'm personally a fan of modular origami because I like the inherent symmetry in the models as well as the visible connection between art and mathematics. I folded most of my models back in 2006 but have just recently picked up the hobby again because I was in desperate need for some presents. I had the goal of building models of all archimedean solids once but there are some I couldn't find suitable units for yet and others that looked a bit too big to tackle back then. This is a project I'd like to finish some day, though, but I'm not sure if I will.

My two favorite peices are a truncated truncated icosahedron made from jitterbug units
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and a Torus made from 105 PHiZZ units which I just today finished another copy of
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Check out http://thps3.net/Origami/ for most of my collection, my more recent work were mostly duplicates of models displayed there.

And with that, I don't really know what else to add for a first post. Any other folders out there?

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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby Zeroignite » Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:58 pm UTC

I made a torus from PHIZZ units once. A really, really big one!

It ended up being about 4 feet across, with some 500-odd units. I was mostly assembling, while my compatriots folded units. I'm just really disappointed that the guy with the camera never sent me the pictures :( .

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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby mrbaggins » Sat Jun 20, 2009 1:10 am UTC

I also like the modular stuff, and have a bunch of both electronic and paper copies of things.

I've also started trying to get into 'tesselation origami' which is really cool. Flickr has a lot of it.
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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby Vanguard » Sat Jun 20, 2009 1:20 am UTC

Holy shit that's insane. And here I was thinking all origami was just a bunch of swans, birds, and frogs.
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Postby Subliminity » Sat Jun 20, 2009 1:24 am UTC

Hellz yeah, origami! I rule at it...:D

Tessellation origami is really cool...it takes a lot of practice to master though. Modular origami is my favorite right now.

I've made one of these before, too, and it took forever: (Not mine)

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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby samk » Sat Jun 20, 2009 2:07 am UTC

Any working killer robots made of tinfoil? :D

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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby ParanoidAndroid » Sat Jun 20, 2009 2:40 am UTC

Like we'd tell you.

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Postby L.B. » Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:07 am UTC

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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby Wednesday » Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:09 am UTC

I made this one flower once, took forever. Its made up on hundreds of little flowers. Ill make some of the little ones and post them.
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Postby rath358 » Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:26 am UTC

I made a boulder once, but thats it...

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Postby Wednesday » Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:27 am UTC

Wadded up a piece of paper or two?
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Postby ParanoidAndroid » Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:27 am UTC

I was teased by a teacher in high school for my inability to properly fold paper. I wish I was kidding about that.

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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby rath358 » Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:28 am UTC

@horisustar: yup =]

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Postby Wednesday » Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:29 am UTC

ParanoidAndroid wrote:I was teased by a teacher in high school for my inability to properly fold paper. I wish I was kidding about that.

Aw :( Im sorry. Teachers are sometimes just as bad as students.

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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby parkaboy » Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:51 am UTC

I don't have the patience for modular origami, nor do I have the time to learn patience. Some day though... I will raze a forest to build something amazing. Maybe.

Also - horisustar - Rhode Island, really? Nice to know there are more of us here. I have never heard of your location, but I'm an import to this state, so there are many places I've never heard of.
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Postby Upsilon » Sat Jun 20, 2009 3:54 am UTC

All I know how to make are cranes.
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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby Wednesday » Sat Jun 20, 2009 4:05 am UTC

Parkaboy- Yay! Whereabouts are you? Ive lived here forever so I doubt I havent heard of your location. Im in Portsmouth, more specifically.
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Postby rath358 » Sat Jun 20, 2009 4:10 am UTC

as long as we are discussing locations, upsilon, fellow Wisconsinite, from which locality do you hail?

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Postby ParanoidAndroid » Sat Jun 20, 2009 4:26 am UTC

horisustar wrote:
ParanoidAndroid wrote:I was teased by a teacher in high school for my inability to properly fold paper. I wish I was kidding about that.

Aw :( Im sorry. Teachers are sometimes just as bad as students.

Haha, it was all in fun. I wish that I was kidding about my folding skills.

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Postby UnderRock » Sat Jun 20, 2009 4:45 am UTC

Yay for origami! I've been folding for as long as I can remember, though in the past few years I haven't been practicing too much. However, two models that I make a lot of (mostly because they're the coolest-looking models that I can do) are the dragon (the one by Charles Esseltine) and the teddy (by Marc Kirschenbaum) from origami.com. I've never been too big of a fan of making modular origami, just because of how increasingly frustrating it gets to interlock the pieces, with that final piece never wanting to interlock with the rest of the model. Still, the end result can be so amazing! (Such as the models you guys posted!)

I'm amazed at how someone can come up with their own model, though! I mean when was the last time you looked at a sheet of paper and thought, "Wow! This would make a great teddy bear!" I can't even begin to imagine the thought-process that goes into making original designs! (Though I'm sure origami schools would help.)

(Also, sorry for blatant typos/grammar errors--I'm pretty tired at the moment.)

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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby LLCoolDave » Sat Jun 20, 2009 7:26 am UTC

Zeroignite: The size of the models I make are pretty much limited by the sheet size I use. I'm currently using 9x9 cm sheets which would end up with enormouse builds when using 400 or 500 units. If I decided to cut down on paper sheet I have trouble interlocking the PHiZZ units, the paper I use is too thick then (or I'm just too clumsy, I don't know. I can't for the life of me build plane intersections properly, either). Besides the obvious downside of folding for several hours to get enough units. The largets single piece I build was the two torii from 105 Units. I might want to build a 270 Unit Buckyball once, but I am not sure that these unit sizes the paper is stable enough to support itsself. I'm afraid it might give in to gravity, an issue that was almost happening to my truncated trunacted icosahedron, which only has the weight of 60 sheets (but those aren't linked in a particularly strong manner).

Last night I stumbled upon the gyroscope, which is basically an octahedron build from units that consist of a square base put on top of a waterbomb base. A pretty simple thing but the result looks pretty nice, even though it's a real bitch to interlock in the end. In any case, I also built a cuboctahedron from it and I'm fairly certain it should be well suited for finally building a rhombicuboctahedron, crossing one more archimedean solid off my list. I tried making a pentagon from them but that totally failed, so the rhombicosidodecahedron is still out of question. I guess I could build one from curler units, but then you don't really see the shape of it all too properly. I'll try to get pictures up later.

Subliminity: I can't even begin to figure out what that structure actually is. It's an interlocked mess, but it is immensly impressive.

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Things built from the newly found gyroscope unit:
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And the making of the torus:
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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby Isaac Hill » Sun Jun 21, 2009 7:16 pm UTC

I recently found an origami flapping crane that I made in high school. I decorated a room in my house with an Asian theme, so I put it in there. I tried a couple of the origami.com instructions, but kept getting confused as to what they were trying to tell me to do. I may try again later. If I have an aptitude for this, I'll have to grab some of the big plotter paper from work. It comes in rolls about 4 feet wide, so a square of that would make something impressive.

parkaboy - Do you remember trying to teach me D&D last year with Zerosum and a few others? I'm 6'4", glasses, long hair. I'm from the same island as horisustar (hi), but one town over. The third town on this island is Newport, which is where Bob Dylan went electric and pissed of all those hippies, so some out-of-staters have heard of it. The only RI towns I'd heard of before moving here were Woonsocket, because I band I like was from there, and Providence.
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Postby Wednesday » Sun Jun 21, 2009 11:42 pm UTC

Isaac Hill wrote:I recently found an origami flapping crane that I made in high school. I decorated a room in my house with an Asian theme, so I put it in there. I tried a couple of the origami.com instructions, but kept getting confused as to what they were trying to tell me to do. I may try again later. If I have an aptitude for this, I'll have to grab some of the big plotter paper from work. It comes in rolls about 4 feet wide, so a square of that would make something impressive.

parkaboy - Do you remember trying to teach me D&D last year with Zerosum and a few others? I'm 6'4", glasses, long hair. I'm from the same island as horisustar (hi), but one town over. The third town on this island is Newport, which is where Bob Dylan went electric and pissed of all those hippies, so some out-of-staters have heard of it. The only RI towns I'd heard of before moving here were Woonsocket, because I band I like was from there, and Providence.


DUDE! Someone from the same island as me, on xkcd? Crazy.

On topic- So I've realized I'm much better at using Japanese instructions, so I really can't read anything they're trying to get me to do. The pictures are enough, but english words confuse me half the time. Where do you all find your paper? The stuff I generally get is cut poorly and messes me up.
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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby Isaac Hill » Mon Jun 22, 2009 9:57 pm UTC

The few instructions i've looked at have been mostly image or image only. It's just that I'll be going along OK and have no idea how they got from fig 6 to fig 7. Or, fig 3 will show folding the paper into fourths, and fig 4 will appear to show it folded in thirds. I did manage to successfully follow the instruction to unfold my copy of the new Spinal Tap CD into the display and "action figures" so maybe I'm not completely hopeless.

I've been cutting my own paper. A few months ago, I finally went through my college notebooks and handouts. I put anything that might be useful into binders and am using the rest for scrap. Once I've got a few designs I like down, I may buy some good paper and redo them.

I'm not sure where to buy it, but the Barnes & Noble plaza in Middletown on 114 might have some. I'm pretty sure I've seen origami kits at B&N, but they're mainly instruction books with a few sample pieces of paper. A few doors down is a craft store called Michael's, which may have some. If not, the brick building just north of the plaza has an educational toy store. I forget the name, but its door faces the B&N parking lot.
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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby FearoftheDomo-Kun » Tue Jun 23, 2009 11:16 am UTC

Whoa! This looks highly interesting, really makes my hands itch. Any good beginners guides? Guess i'll go check out that origami.com.
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Postby Subliminity » Tue Jun 23, 2009 11:22 am UTC

@ FearOfTheDomo-Kun:

I would recommend going to your nearest major bookstore and get a good, thick origami book to start out with.

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Postby Adacore » Tue Jun 23, 2009 11:32 am UTC

Subliminity wrote:I would recommend going to your nearest major bookstore and get a good, thick origami book to start out with.

Just be sure to fold it in a way that you can still read the instructions? :wink:

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Postby Wednesday » Tue Jun 23, 2009 2:24 pm UTC

Isaac Hill wrote:The few instructions i've looked at have been mostly image or image only. It's just that I'll be going along OK and have no idea how they got from fig 6 to fig 7. Or, fig 3 will show folding the paper into fourths, and fig 4 will appear to show it folded in thirds. I did manage to successfully follow the instruction to unfold my copy of the new Spinal Tap CD into the display and "action figures" so maybe I'm not completely hopeless.

I've been cutting my own paper. A few months ago, I finally went through my college notebooks and handouts. I put anything that might be useful into binders and am using the rest for scrap. Once I've got a few designs I like down, I may buy some good paper and redo them.

I'm not sure where to buy it, but the Barnes & Noble plaza in Middletown on 114 might have some. I'm pretty sure I've seen origami kits at B&N, but they're mainly instruction books with a few sample pieces of paper. A few doors down is a craft store called Michael's, which may have some. If not, the brick building just north of the plaza has an educational toy store. I forget the name, but its door faces the B&N parking lot.


I live less that 15 miles from you, tops. AndI've lived here for 15 years. I know the plaza quite well, and no, the stuff I generally get is from B&N and is still cut shittily.
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Postby fyrenwater » Wed Jun 24, 2009 4:01 am UTC

I thought origami was just making stuff from one sheet of paper with no cuts or glue/tape?

Meh, screw the rules. This stuff is awesome. Someone should make an origami mobius strip!
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Postby Sasha » Wed Jun 24, 2009 4:23 am UTC

I'm not too into the modular origami.
But currently, I am making a multi-part paper project, designing from scratch.
It's highly based on origami, but there is some gluing.
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Postby Amnesiasoft » Wed Jun 24, 2009 5:42 am UTC

fyrenwater wrote:I thought origami was just making stuff from one sheet of paper with no cuts or glue/tape?

There isn't any glue or tape involved in any of those.

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Postby Toeofdoom » Thu Jun 25, 2009 3:10 pm UTC

The entire idea of "modular origami" is that it's made out of multiple modules, in fact. Usually the modules are identically folded.

Personally I did a whole lot of modular origami back in primary school, but not really recently. I'll see if I can find any to post.
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Postby Toeofdoom » Fri Jun 26, 2009 4:17 pm UTC

Double post because I took some pictures. Keep in mind that these are the ones that have survived for many years >.<

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Postby gercunderscore4 » Sun Jul 05, 2009 10:58 am UTC

I started folding cranes because of an episode in an anime I watch (Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2nd Gig episode 15: Affection) where a character folded cranes with one hand on a table.
With all the spare time I have in math classes, I kept making cranes. I have a string of a thousand (no wish). I've folded many more than that.
I use letter size paper, I fold it into quaters, then fold it diagonally at a forty-five degree angle (line up the sides) and cut off the excess.
I've learned to fold with one hand, no solid surface to fold it on and without looking. It takes ten to twenty minutes.
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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby WaterToFire » Wed Jul 08, 2009 1:33 am UTC

I see that modular origami is very popular here. I've only done a little of it myself, but I wholly support it in concept.

What do you folks think of Robert Lang's work? I have a number of his books, including Origami Design Secrets. Has anyone tried designing models using the guidelines there? I haven't yet gotten around to doing that.

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Postby kaniman2 » Fri Jul 10, 2009 4:55 pm UTC

@LLCoolDave, zeroignite, Subliminity, toeofdoom: holy crap, I can't even make proper cranes. Apparantly if you make 1000 of them and string them together you get a wish.
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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby Wednesday » Fri Jul 10, 2009 5:59 pm UTC

I've never really understood why someone would go through the trouble of making A THOUSAND paper cranes, and then COUNTING them, which seems just as daunting a task.

Why not just go to a wishing well and throw a penny? Much less expensive.
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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby WaterToFire » Sun Jul 12, 2009 8:15 pm UTC

horisustar wrote:I've never really understood why someone would go through the trouble of making A THOUSAND paper cranes, and then COUNTING them, which seems just as daunting a task.

Why not just go to a wishing well and throw a penny? Much less expensive.

A group of girls I know actually made 1000 cranes. They went on to make 1000 ninja stars, and then about 100 flowers before giving up (around then was when I joined in). Next year we're going to try to make 1000 sea animals

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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby rnew » Thu Jul 16, 2009 12:33 am UTC

Just wanna say thanks to this thread i have wasted many hours of my life folding paper. I now just have different papers spheres and unassembled units all over my house.
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Re: Origami (Will fold for food)

Postby .cheeseofdoom. » Wed Jul 29, 2009 5:57 pm UTC

Although some of my modular origami isn't exactly as good as some of the stuff I've seen from you guys, I still have a few things I've done so far.

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I'm also working on a giant icosidodecahera of electra modules. :D


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