#09 Happyfolding Youtube
Thursday, 24 November 2011 00:54

oogie boogie

LEARN HERE HOW TO FOLD IT!

by  -sebl-

Additional Info

  • Creation date*: november 2011
  • Other details: fold with a hammer !
  • Complexity: Simple
  • In a book or magazine?: no

13 comments

  • Comment Link -sebl- Friday, 25 November 2011 22:11 posted by -sebl-

    the diagram is now available !!!!
    thanks gerardo !

  • Comment Link Gerardo Saturday, 26 November 2011 20:23 posted by Gerardo

    ¡Tienen que ver estos diagramas! Son una verdadera obra de arte.

    You gotta check out this diagrams! They're a real work of art.

  • Comment Link Vitzkap Sunday, 27 November 2011 04:59 posted by Vitzkap

    I love this model, so simple and so striking, I just folded but I look for a little bit of fabric to look like the photo

  • Comment Link Kathy Sunday, 27 November 2011 22:20 posted by Kathy

    Looks great on the screen. Printed in B&W, it works, too. Now to fold it. Thanks

  • Comment Link David Wires Monday, 28 November 2011 00:01 posted by David Wires

    Thanks, for the diagram,nice drawing...

  • Comment Link Sergio Spinolo Monday, 28 November 2011 18:14 posted by Sergio Spinolo

    gracias por el diagrama¡¡¡

  • Comment Link Gerardo Friday, 02 December 2011 15:36 posted by Gerardo

    What do you mean it was folded with a hammer?!

  • Comment Link -sebl- Saturday, 03 December 2011 10:34 posted by -sebl-

    in fact I use one squarre of hessian treated with stain and it was very hard to fold this (about 400g/m²)so to mark the folds I've used a hammer !

    thanks everybody !!!!!

  • Comment Link Confused Wednesday, 03 October 2012 19:57 posted by Confused

    I have no idea what I'm supposed to do after step 4.....

  • Comment Link Gerardo Thursday, 04 October 2012 01:21 posted by Gerardo

    5. Fold and unfold the corner square in half.

    6. Fold and unfold the corner square by its quarter.

    7. Sink the tip inside. Do you know what "sink" means in origami? : )

    Turn the model over before step eight...

    Hope it helps!

  • Comment Link Liz Wednesday, 20 August 2014 14:32 posted by Liz

    Could someone please explain step 4 to me - I can't figure one what the corners should look like. Should I turn the model over after step 3? I don't have any squares at the corners as they're tucked inside :(

  • Comment Link Gerardo Thursday, 21 August 2014 03:05 posted by Gerardo

    What you do in step three is very similar to what you do to obtain a windmill base. The difference is the size of the resulting corner squares. Do you see what I mean?

    In step four your doing something likeo what you do when you fold the traditional table. You make petal folds with the corner squares.

    I do hope this info helps you out a bit. If not, you can always ask for a little more help : )

  • Comment Link Darkearth Sunday, 31 January 2016 02:46 posted by Darkearth

    Esta realmente hermoso!

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