I had a car repair done by the wonderful Derbyshire Lane Service Station, complete in 20 minutes & dirt cheap, so I made them a Max Hulme bugatti by way of thanks 😉
This design was created for a competition at the BOS 50th Anniversary Convention. The original stopped at step 6, but I think the result is more aesthetically pleasing with a few extra folds. Thanks to Edwin Corrie for the very final fold! Deciding when any further steps will detract from the result is always the hardest call for me.
Elephant Hide is a range of paper much sought-after by artistic folders. Thankfully, it’s not made from elephants! Here is the crease pattern for a dish of mine (“Paulo’s dish”) made from the lovely orange variety sold by Color Tree and the resulting model. Can you work it out?
It’s amazing how a short moment of creativity can live on – I invented this back in the 80s and people are still folding it – quite amazing. Here are some folded by Fernando Gomez
Scanning some negatives from the last century 😉
I made the artwork for this model, designed to save lives..
Here’s a design I came up with inspired by a tessellation I learned in Weimar. Is it a bowl? A dish? A Box? I’m not sure. No proper sequence for it yet and it starts with division into fifths, so will be for the dedicated only. Below a crease pattern for the adventurous!
Latest design, a floating cube – origami defies the laws of nature, sort of…