My Humpback Whale, op 25. Actually, a derivated form from my Blue Whale. There are more tubercles, longer fins and a more robust - and color changed - body. I did a blog post about it.

My **European Rhinoceros Bettle**, op. 26. My first well-succeed hexpleated design.

I have designed some diagrams if you wish to find the main references and try it from the CP. But keep in mind this is a complex model.

I've done a blog post about it, explaining all the maths behind this guy and some trivia. (in portuguese)

A Sea Polip (corals). Very easy, just a blintzed frog base with some shaping.

An Elasmosuarus. A jurassic sea creature.

A Blue Whale. From a blintzed fish base.

CP avaliable.

]]>A Long-eared jack rabbit (hare).

A Gorilla, op. 22.

CP available here. All references can be found on a 12x12 grid.

A Japanese Macaque (*Macaca fuscata*). Using a two-colored sandwich paper. This model uses some unsual 18° angles. I've done a blog post about all the mathematics behind it.

I've diagramed some instructions about how to find the main references (if you wish to fold it from the CP).

A Dachshund dog, op. 21. Very simple to reach the base. The most complicated (yet artistic) part is shaping.

CP here.

That's a Hawksbil Turtle (*Eretmochelys imbricata*), my first original design from years ago. CP available here.

It's a critically endangered species.^{}